If you drive a little ways down Folly Road, you'll come across a place called Bohemian Bull. It's a tavern that exists right before you get to Folly beach, and if it weren't for all of the wonderful reviews, I probably wouldn't have ever tried it out. It came to mind right after we were confronted with a long wait time at a restaurant near the beach, and it was a nice surprise. The colorful benches outside give you an easy-living feel, and although its a few miles away from the beach, it makes you feel like you're a few feet away. The string of lights brighten up at night time as well, giving it a back porch like make over. Also-- during the day you should ask the bartender for beanbags because they have a designated space for two different games of corn hole.
While the atmosphere was exactly what we were looking for, the food didn't disappoint either. We ordered a variety of different menu items, and we couldn't stop ourselves from sharing each others meals. The vegetarian options were great as well, especially my favorite side item- fried okra.
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