Weekday Dinner Specials
Bless Your Hard-Working Heart with Weekday Dinner Specials*!
Reward your hard work with our weekday Happy Hour drink and snack specials…then stay for our Dinner Specials as soon as Happy Hour ends (after 7 p.m. in all locations and 8 p.m. in Myrtle Beach)! We aim to lift your spirits and fill your belly with scratch-made Southern food and spirits so you go home happy. Check out our specials below or view our full menu here.
$6 Shoo Mercy Burgers
The basic burger starts with Creekstone Farm’s USDA Choice all-natural hormone-free beef, lettuce and house-made pickles on an Annie’s Bakery bun. Then add whatever your little heart desires from our $1 and $2 toppings list.
$3 Your Choice Tacos
Our à la carte tacos are Southern, scratch-made and fresh! Choose from our Blackened Market Fish or Fried Shrimp tacos.
$10 Bottomless Gourmet Mac-Smack-N-Cheese**
Choose as much as you want of any of the combos below and eat your way to mac-smack-n-cheese bliss!
The Classic: Our classic baked, gooey yet fluffy mac-n-cheese topped with a panko crust
Green Goodness: The classic with basil, spinach, spring peas and caramelized onions topped with avocado
Buffalo Chicken: The classic with tangy buffalo chicken strips, blue cheese crumbles and chopped bacon
Crack of Dawn: The classic with a fried egg, chopped bacon, tobacco onions and chopped jalapeño
Don’t forget to come in for Happy Hour during the work week as well! Every location has different hours so click here to find out when yours is. Sip on our signature handcrafted cocktails for $5 or choose a local $3 craft brew from one of our many taps! We’ve also got plenty of delicious Southern snacks for $4.50, for you to share with friends on our spacious patios.
- *Specials not available at the Downtown Asheville location.
- *All Weekday Specials are available for dine in only.
- **Franklin’s and Sandy Springs’ Mac-N-Cheese night is on Thursdays. Click here to view these Specials, including Fried Chicken Love Tower night.
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