Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Beef ‘O’ Brady’s

On Nov. 14, 2011, Beef ‘O’ Brady’s made its return debut to the Auburn area. Now located in the Moore’s Mill area at 1849 Ogletree Road, Beef ‘O’ Brady’s offers a welcoming atmosphere to families as well as sports fanatics. Walk in to any Beef ‘O’ Brady’s and you will see sports memorabilia lining the walls. The new Beef ‘O’ Brady’s is no exception. Auburn University and Atlanta Braves sports commemorative fill the walls. As well as 17 TV’s that are continuously playing sports games.

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Starting as a ‘mom and pop’ type restaurant in 1985, the first Beef ‘O’ Brady’s opened in Brandon, Fla. The founders dreamed of a neighborhood pub where friends and families could gather to enjoy good food and sports in a fun, comfortable atmosphere. The regulars quickly nicknamed it “Beef ’s.”


Our new Beef’s is very much a ‘mom and pop’ type restaurant. Husband and wife team Jeff and Sonya Bradford opened Beef’s with son Jordan Bradford. The Alabama natives wanted to move back to the area and own their own business.


“We looked into a lot of different franchises,” says Jeff Bradford, franchise owner. “We really loved the idea and concept behind Beef’s. We finally settled on Beef’s after about a year of looking.”


They serve signature burgers and wings, sandwiches, chips and dips, full meals including ribs and shrimp, a wide range of appetizers and desserts that will please any sweet tooth. Along with the variety meals, there is a wide selection of beers. Of the 228 restaurants across the country, the new Beef’s in Auburn offers the most taps of beer; 30 draft beers as well as bottled beers.


Food specials are always offered during Kids’ Night and discounts on drinks. Follow Beef ‘O’ Brady’s- Auburn on Facebook to stay connected with all the upcoming specials.


Beef ‘O’ Brady’s has an Irish pub type feel. A celebration that will include specials will take place for St. Patrick’s Day. The day will begin with $5 per person unlimited pancakes, sausage and bacon from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Then the menu for the rest of the day will consist of traditional Irish meals as well as the usual menu. Fish and chips, the Dubliner and corn beef and cabbage are some of the types of meals offered for St. Patrick’s Day. And to top it all off the beer will be green in celebration of this Irish holiday.


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