If you need to see your team play in the big game on one of the biggest screens around the Grand Strand, this just might be the place. A sports bar’s sports bar, Overtime has over 150 tv’s of all shapes and sizes, including a 12-foot tall video wall and four 10-foot-wide projection screens. There’s also a huge game room and a menu full of wings, platters, and other tasty bar foods.
Overtime Sports Café Food
The menu is pretty straight-forward and divided into several sections – Starting Lineup, Wings Wings Wings, Sandwiches Soups and Salads, Platters & Other Good Eats, Entrée Salads, and Burgers.
The Starting Lineup is stacked with pub standards like Buffalo Shrimp, Jumbo Stadium Pretzels, Beer-Battered Mushrooms, and Hand-Tossed Chicken Tenders. But the highlight of the appetizers is the Mile High Nachos, a plate full of chips, cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, and garden fresh salsa that can be bolstered by Jamaican jerk chicken, chili, or bbq pulled pork.
Ask a waitress and they’ll tell you the most popular thing on the menu has to be the wings. 14 Flavors are available, including Mild, Hot, Really Freakin’ Hot, Hot Garlic, SPG, Gold Medal, Lemon Pepper, Jamaican Jerk, Tiger, Gamecock, Asian Teriyaki, Honey BBQ, Ragin’ Cajun, and Garlic Romano. Some of these are sauces, others are rubs, so feel free to combine one of each. And if you’re just after the chicken, try the boneless version of your favorite flavor.
Of the fifteen Sandwiches, six involve chicken, the highlights being the Kick’n Chik’n (marinated breast with bacon, pepper jack, and jalapenos) and the Palmetto Chicken (BBQ-basted and topped with house-made apple-honey cole slaw and an onion ring). Other sandwich standouts include Mama’s Meatloaf (house-made thick slices served on Texas Toast with smashed potatoes and beef gravy) and the Broad Street Bully (sliced steak with peppers and onions, topped with cheddar-jack).
The Platters section is full of what you might call comfort bar food. Choose from filling dishes like Slow Roasted Baby Back Ribs, a Rib-Eye Steak, or the Blue Ribbon Fish & Chips, which is a pound of Pabst Blue Ribbon whitefish served with fresh-cut fries, slaw, and dill tartar sauce.
Overtime is known to make a pretty nice burger, too. Some favorites include the Cowboy Burger, a big patty topped with bacon, bbq sauce, an onion ring, and sharp cheddar; the Sudden Death Burger, which is basted in their Really Freakin’ Hot wing sauce and topped with jalapenos and pepper jack; and the Island Burger, with Swiss cheese, pineapple, bacon, and teriyaki.
Overtimes Sports Café Atmosphere
This place is big (like 16,000 square-feet big), and there really aren’t any bad seats in the house for watching all the action. During a commercial break, take a stroll around the perimeter and check out memorabilia signed by sports legends like Muhammad Ali, Magic Johnson, Dale Earnhardt, Walter Payton, and more. Trivia games are ongoing on several screens around the bar, so jump in whenever you want to test your knowledge against others from around the country. Depending on the event, the place might be a little noisy, but that’s a good thing when it comes to watching primetime sports, especially if the game goes into overtime.
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