Whether the World Cup is in full swing or you’re just looking for Premier League action on the weekend, Madra Rua caters to throngs of supportive fans year-round with its laid back atmosphere, friendly staff, and serious food. Madra is a great spot to take in a game or catch up, just find a seat at the bar or pull a group into one of the cozy, high-backed booths. In addition to a wide selection of drafts, including local brews, Madra proudly supplies the largest list of layered drafts in the area, just check out their list of Guinness variations. Try the Guinness Snakebite, a sweet combination of Guinness and Magners Cider, or the Black Mountain, matching Guinness with Sierra Nevada. Pub favorites like fish and chips are standard Madra fare, and be sure to stop by one Sunday for brunch, with classics like shrimp and grits and riffs like the Irish eggs benedict. —Sam Spence (Dish, Summer 2018)

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Old-fashioned Irish food — fish and chips, shepherd's pie — in an authentic setting. Voted Best North Charleston Bar and Best Authentic Pub by CP readers.

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Hours: Lunch & Dinner (daily), & Sun. Brunch
Price: $$

Happy Hours

Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri 4pm-7pm: $3 Well drinks, .50 cents off other liquor and beer.


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