131 E. Main Street, Lexington | 803.785.4025
O’Hara’s is a traditional Irish pub where locals gather for hearty food, sports, music and good cheer in a warm, genial atmosphere! While O’Hara’s’ menu includes a large selection of everything from awesome wings to custom beef blended burgers, the arrival of cooler temperatures makes it a great time to enjoy O’Hara’s hearty Comfort Food Classics and Traditional Irish Favorites! Their Shepherd’s Pie features ground beef simmered in red wine gravy, with peas, carrots, onions and a crisped mashed potato crust (Mini Shepherd’s Pies are also available as an appetizer). The Pot Roast includes red wine-braised chuck roast served over mashed potatoes, carrots, and ladled with brown gravy. O’Hara’s authentic Guinness Stew is a traditional Irish beef stew, made with carrots, celery, onions and potatoes, in a hearty beef stock. Visit O’Hara’s for lunch or dinner – Your Clan Awaits! More here.
2154 South Beltline Blvd. | 803.908.4905
Quaker Steak, or “The Lube”, is a motor-themed restaurant located at the Petro Columbia location, alongside TravelCenters of America and Petro’s Beltline Lanes and Gaming outpost. The Lube considers itself a “FEST-AURANT” – both a great restaurant and an entertainment venue! They’ve recently launched a new menu, with exciting new items that are bound to become your new favorites!
The Lube’s new Hangover Burger is made from the finest USDA choice Ground Steakburger, grilled and lightly seasoned on a garlic toasted brioche bun with cheddar, smoky bacon and a freshly fried egg, served atop shredded lettuce, tomato, red onion and dill pickle chips!
The new Sirloin Steak Salad includes spring mix and chopped romaine lettuce, tossed in sweet onion dressing, topped with 6 oz. of sliced, tender sirloin steak, tomatoes, cheddar-jack cheese, chopped bacon and red onion!
View the new menu in its entirety here. Quaker Steak & Lube’s November Sauce of the Month is Smoked Jalapeno Honey Mustard; the classic honey mustard flavor you love, with just a hint of jalapeno. Great on ribs and wings, this craveable flavor is perfect for fall! More here.