There's a tradition of naming things after great men, from awards (the Vince Lombardi trophy), to universities (Brigham Young), to other men, like George Washington Carver, who outdid his namesake by inventing...Boston Market's Chicken Carver Sandwich! For a pub named for the owner's grandpops, who was great at loving whiskey and beer, hit Mac McGee's.
With a fire engine-red front entrance and gold lettering spelling out its name, Mac's a cozy, condensed Irish pub with a healthy selection of beers and 100+ whiskeys, with a wall shrine to its namesake, natural wood floors, brick walls, stained glass, and miscellaneous alcohol signage like a long, wall-mounted D.W.D. Whisky mirror reading "Pure Pot Still", which is exactly what you said about yours after it went through the wash in your jeans. Bite into apps like pork belly on bubble & squeak (pot roast veggies), and a smoked fish plate w/ gooseberry jam & blancmange, then step up to chips-sided Irish calzone-y "pasties" like beef brisket or seafood (clam, shrimp, fennel), lamb leg sandwiches, or the Dublin burger w/ Cashel Blue Irish cheese & house-made "rashers": strips of bacon, and less deliciously, the nickname for women at Myrtle Beach's Señor Frogs. Entrees include pies like steak & mushroom and smoked oyster, plus the always-available Full Irish Breakfast (eggs, bangers, bacon, black & white pudding, baked beans & roasted tomato); finish off your fatness with desserts like toffee pudding w/ whisky cream & brown sugar tuile, or the chocolate pot de creme, which comes with a "current scone", which will quickly turn into a former scone.
Meanwhile, the whisk(e)y stock focuses on varieties Irish (Jameson Rarest Vintage) and Scotch (Macallan 15 Fine Oak, Glenmorangie 18yr, Lagavulin 16yr), plus there're 16 bottled brews (Trappistes Rochefort, Highland Gaelic, Victory HopDevil), and 23 drafts like Trois Pistoles and Boddingtons -- named for owner Henry, whose grandson Ewart sold the company off in 1989, because he was too chicken to continue.