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Magruder’s Sports Pub and Club

Magruder’s Sports Pub and Club

Magruder’s Pub, located at 3305 Daniel Circle, is open Monday through Saturday and closed Sunday. From football to golf, we are watching all your favorite sports on one of our more than 16 TVs. The perfect neighborhood sports bar features weekly happy hour specials so you can come in after a long day, do some after-work networking, play some pool or maybe throw a couple of darts and relax. The club features more than 17 draft beers, domestic, craft, imports and all your favorite bottles. Magruder’s kitchen is open late, to 10 p.m. on weekdays and to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

With a wide range of menu choices, from salads and wings to steaks, Magruder’s is bound to be able to please your appetite. Download the menu at www.fortjacksonmwr.com under “Dining/Clubs.”

Magruder’s Club room is open every Wednesday with the karaoke style of thunderbolt karaoke with DJ Tom. Come and dance the night away and sing your heart out. There is no cover charge. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. during the week and 5 p.m. on the weekend. Military members must be 18 and civilians must be 21 and up. Call 803-790-0381 for details.

 

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