Happy Hour Heaven | Greg’s knows your name, your drink and has good food to boot

Greg’s Cabana Bar & Grill in Garden City. By Derrick Bracey, For The Surge.
Greg’s Cabana Bar & Grill in Garden City. By Derrick Bracey, For The Surge.


▪ Greg’s Cabana Bar & Grill


▪ 2800 U.S. 17, Garden City. Call 843-651-1836 or visit


Greg’s Cabana Bar & Grill has been a staple of Garden City for more than a decade. Wal-Mart parking lots have been built around this place. The traffic on U.S. 17 has picked up out front, but none of that matters to what’s happening inside of Greg’s.

This is your little neighborhood bar. This is the place you stop by after work to unwind. This is the place you go to throw some darts – hell, you can join a dart league. This is the place where they know your name and what you drink.

It’s not a big place, but there’s plenty to be found. TVs line the walls. There’s a jukebox pumping tunes. There are plenty of tables inside and booth-style seating lines one wall. There’s a room dedicated to four dart boards and a deck out back. A few tables are out front so you can watch the cars fly by as you sit and relax.

Just like the setting, the happy hour keeps it simple. From 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. all can beers are $1.75, and all house liquors are $3.50. And after happy hour, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, you can throw down on some trivia games or bar/DJ bingo.

This is also one of those bars with surprisingly good food. All-day specials are there to accommodate you. Monday has cheeseburgers or chicken sandwiches for $5.50. Tuesdays and Thursdays are rib days with $8 for a half-rack and $12 for a full-rack. Wednesdays and Fridays are fish and chips for $7. And Saturdays and Sundays offer prime rib sandwiches for $10.


Greg’s is open from 11 a.m. until 2 a.m., but the kitchen closes at 10 p.m. so definitely stop by during happy hour to maximize your drink and food budget. Then, stay for one of the games. Or if you dig darts, Tuesdays and Fridays are league nights.

By Derrick Bracey, For The Surge

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