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The new place in town

The latest spot on the local restaurant and bar scene


March 11, 2009

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    Looking for a bite to eat, dancing, live music, trivia and drink specials?
    The Grill, the latest addition to the Statesboro restaurant and bar scene, offers up all this and more in what owner Michael Cash calls a “combination of a few places that I liked going when I was in college — a sports club and a night club in one.”
    Located in the building that formerly housed Colorado’s, The Grill’s dark blue and black interior, uniformed waitstaff, two bars complete with bass-responsive light panels, video game units and dance floor present an atmosphere and environment that offers a little something for everyone.
    “We wanted to keep it simple — a good food, good fun sports bar,” Cash said.
    The Grill features two 42 inch flat screen T.V.s, a 60 inch T.V. and a projector screen T.V. to televise the March Madness games, football, and “whatever’s on T.V. for whatever season,” Cash said.
    The menu offers up a variety of things to nosh on, including The Grill’s “ultimate burger.” This monster sandwich uses two Texas-toast grilled cheese sandwiches as a bun to hold two one-pound burgers, topped off with hot sauce, for $9. For those less adventurous, or those with smaller appetites, have no fear: The menu has several other burgers to choose from, as well as a list of apps like fried pickles, chili cheese fries, beer battered fries and the like. One to try: The Grill’s “spuds” (battered, seasoned potato rounds).
    Happy Hour runs from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, offering half-priced beer and wells, and a special list of half-priced appetizers.
    Additionally, there are different events featured nightly, and patrons will rarely pay a cover charge to get into The Grill.
    “In order to get people out, there’s no cover unless there’s a big act,” Cash said.
    On Monday nights, check out sports trivia with Jae beginning at 6:30 p.m., 80s night on Tuesday, $1 well drinks and beer on Wednesday, dance night on Thursday, and wing night/country night on Friday.
    For those looking for something to do locally for St. Patrick’s Day, The Grill is celebrating the event tonight with green beer and “Girl’s Trivia.”
    “We wanted to have a trivia night for the girls — it’s always for the guys. Girl’s Trivia will have questions about Gray’s Anatomy, Desperate Housewives…stuff the girls like,” Cash said.
     The Grill is open Monday through Saturday from 5 p.m. until close.

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