The Break: Where Charleston Adults come to eat and play

July 20, 2015

Between the Peninsula and Folly Beach are a rich traditional of restaurants, bars, an adventure course, great fresh seafood, county parks, a gym, thrift shops and more.  Just to the left as you head to the beach, there is a restaurant that provides all the necessary elements of a man cave than would even make a woman smile.

The Break on Folly Road is the perfect escape to play, drink and eat.

A few reasons you need to spend some quality time here:

  • Monday Night is Live Trivia – Starts promptly at 7:00 PM
  • A series of large screen televisions including a ridiculously large one as you enter
  • Outdoor patio seating when it isn’t 110 degrees outside
  • Plenty of parking lot space to park or play cornhole
  • At the corner of the strip mall is Badd Kitty (Adult shop for couples and more)
  • Pool Tables
  • Dart Boards
  • Regulation Air Hockey
  • Beer Pong Video Game
  • Basketball Video Shoot
  • Competition Racing Game
  • NBA Jam ’94 (Yes Old School)
  • Pinball
  • Tater Tot Nachos (Oh Baby good)
  • A fun and friendly staff
  • Craft Beer, a few wines and full service bar

If sixteen reasons aren’t enough, I give up.

For $25.00 and a dream, you can play games, drink some good craft beer and catch a game on the big screen.

The bar is spacious offering table, bar and booth seating with separation points for the video games and pool area.

Sometimes you don’t always see what is right in front of you.  The Break is no exception.  From the street, it looks like a nice stop in bar, but once you walk in you will see it is so much more.

This is a treat for Charleston/James Island and one that will not bore you.

The Break is located at 778 Folly Road, James, Island, SC

Hours:

Sunday – Thursday – 4:00 PM – Till

Friday – 4:00 PM – 1:30 AM

Saturday – Sunday – 1:00 PM – 1:30 AM


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Katrina July 21, 2015 at 1:53 pm

“…there is a restaurant that provides all the necessary elements of a man cave than would even make a woman smile.”

…Really? As a woman who tends to love “man caves” and dive bars, I find this to come off as a complete stereotype and generalization.

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