If not at the beach, why not stop by the Rock ‘n’ Roll Roadhouse Cafe in Folly Beach, South Carolina (123 West Ashley Ave)?
Jack Hunter with the Post and Courier (Thursday, June 7, 2007) recently wrote an excellent article an overview of the Cafe/Bar:
“For many a Charlestonian, when Folly Beach comes to mind, so do places like the legendary Sand Dollar or even the long-gone Folly Pier. Warm summer days are conducive to drinking cold beer, and the so-called ‘Edge of America’ has never been short on places to do it.
The Rock in Roll Roadhouse CafÃ©, known to most as simply ‘The Roadhouse,’ is fast becoming one of the most popular bars on Folly. Two blocks down from the Sand Dollar, the building that formerly housed ‘The Pelican’bar
The crowd is an eclectic mix, no doubt, but the customers at TR veer a bit more toward early to mid-20’s. Yet patrons of all ages would feel comfortable at TR and do, as evidenced by people wearing everything from shorts and flip flops to pretty girls in cocktail dresses out for a night on the town.
TR has two pool tables, numerous TVs, a nice second-story deck on which to enjoy food and drinks and a long bar, providing plenty of room to belly up. TR offers a sizeable menu of the traditional burgers, wings and chicken fingers, but the tacos in particular come highly recommended. Also worth noting is the jukebox, which has everything from Johnny Cash to The Ramones.
The coolest thing about TR is the one thing no one can ever plan â€” on the right night, it’s really fun.
Offering live music on Friday and Saturday nights, regulars at TR have frequently enjoyed raucous, rock ‘n’ roll throw downs, where the bands are on fire and the crowd is on their feet. Reggae artists Ras Bonghi plays regularly at TR, as does cover band Dante’s Camaro. Dante’s Camaro is slated to play the bar on the Fourth of July.
Dancing and air guitar are common as is the occasional ‘woo!’ from both men and women. There’s nothing to be shy about at TR.
It takes time to win people over, particularly in the food and beverage industry, where sometimes things just never click.
After two years in business, The Roadhouse is clicking away just fine.”
Casual, beach attire & attitude.
All major credit cards will be accepted.
Every Friday and Saturday night guests can enjoy live music. On Thursday there are pool tournaments and it is ladies night.
Open from 11:00 am to 2:00 am Monday through Saturday. On Sunday from 12:00 pm to 2:00 am
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