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Fall is quickly approaching and now is the time to start planning your off-season vacation to Myrtle Beach! While a beach vacation might not sounds appealing at first, we promise that Myrtle Beach still has plenty of perks outside of the prime summer season.


Wide Open Beaches

 Myrtle Beach Off-Season Visitors

The fall and spring seasons offer pristine beach weather and empty beaches compared to the busy summer season. The temperatures remain enjoyable from April – October, a little known fact for our visitors. Guests still have plenty of time to avoid the crowds and take advantage of the sun and sand.


And, even when the water does get too chilly to jump in, the beach is always a great place to watch the sun rise, take a scenic evening stroll, or enjoy a leisurely min-day picnic. The off-season also tends to be more lenient when it comes to having pets on the beach, so pet lovers often enjoy the shoulder season where they can bring their favorite furry friend along for the adventure.



Great Deals on Oceanfront Hotels & Resorts 


Planning a summer vacation in Myrtle Beach can quickly escalate into a costly affair. Taking an slightly earlier or later vacation, however, can save big bucks all around. Prices in the off-season can be quite reasonable and can even enable you to enjoy a much longer stay for the same budget you’d spend in the summer. Fall, in particular, is a popular time for guests as the weather stays beach-worth through the end of October and visitors can enjoy all of the other perks of their off-season trip. 

Myrtle Beach is also a great destination for a holiday getaway for Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, or even Easter. The area offers plenty of lively events and entertainment during the holiday season, so guests will still find plenty to do year round. 


Tip: Be sure to check our Early Book program to save even more on your beach getaway!



Off-Season Myrtle Beach Attractions


Many visitors come to Myrtle Beach to enjoy the beach, of course, but did you know that there are tons of other exciting local attractions and events that you can take advantage of during your visit? And yes – many of our local activities are open throughout the year, making it easy to find plenty to fill your itinerary no matter what time of the year you decide to come.

 Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

Attractions Open Year-Round Include:


Hollywood Wax Museum

Ripley’s Aquarium

Brookgreen Gardens

Legends in Concert

Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

Myrtle Beach House of Blues


Children’s Museum of South Carolina

… many more!


Be sure to check with the front desk for recommendations and check out our full list of Myrtle Beach attractions for details.



Off-Season Myrtle Beach Events


Though the summer offers plenty of exciting area events, Myrtle Beach offers a full slew of local events throughout the entire year. Spring and fall offer perfect weather for hitting the town and enjoying outdoor activities while the holidays offer tons of themed outings to enjoy with family and friends.


Top Fall Events include the Carolina Roots Reggae Festival, Oktoberfest, Taste of the Town, Coastal Uncorked, Murrells Inlet Oyster Roast, Irish Italian Festival, and Brew at the Zoo – to name a few. Food festivals are the highlight of the fall and every weekend from Labor Day to Halloween is packed with tasty things to do.


The holidays offer everything from spooky Halloween themed outings, lush Thanksgiving dinners, and colorful Christmas themed live entertainment. Legends in Concert, Palace Theatre, Carolina Opry, and Alabama Theater all offer spectacular Christmas shows and many local area restaurants offer decadent holiday feasts.


Spring brings lots of green with the St. Patrick’s Day festivals and parades in addition to the beginning of baseball season for the Myrtle Beach Pelicans and tasty Cinco De Mayo and Memorial Day weekend events across the area.



Have we convinced you yet? An off-season vacation is the perfect option for the budget-savvy traveler, for anyone looking for a fun holiday travel destination, or for anyone who loves the beach but hates the crowds. Start planning your off-season Myrtle Beach getaway today!


September is already here – can you believe it? Summer is slowly winding down and fall is just around the corner. The great thing about fall – aside from the agreeable weather – is the jam packed local event schedule that takes place as soon as the beach traffic slows down.

Take a look at our rundown of September events and be sure to pencil in a few during your fall visit. 


Labor Day Weekend Events

Labor Day weekend is often touted as the “unofficial end to summer” and many families flock to the beach for one last hoorah before school starts. If you are heading to Myrtle Beach this year, be sure to check out some of the local Labor Day weekend events happening throughout the Grand Strand. From succulent culinary events to fun, family friendly festivals, you surely won’t be short on things to do during your long weekend.

Full Labor Day Weekend Events Schedule


The Piano Men | Brookgreen Gardens | September 8th – September 11th

Brookgreen GardensKick back and relax to the iconic tunes of “The Piano Men”, Elton John and Billy Joel, at this popular Brookgreen Gardens event. The four-day spectacle will include all of your favorite songs like “Tiny Dancer”, “Just The Way You Are”, “Candle In The Wind”, and many more. Tickets are only $30 for members or $35 for the general public and the music will begin at 7:30 pm each night. Please call (843) 235-6016 for more information.


Dog Days Blues & Jazz Fest | La Belle Amie Vineyard | September 10th

Are you a lover of outdoor events, live music, and tasty beverages? If so, be sure to check out the Dog Days Blues & Jazz Festival at La Belle Amie Vineyard. This popular local winery will host live blues and jazz entertainment throughout the afternoon and will be offering complimentary vineyard tours. Additionally, guests can nosh on tasty treats via The Vineyard Grill and sample current wine offerings. Admission to the event is only $8; call (843) 399-9463 for more information.


Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival | Huntington Beach State Park | September 23rd – 25th

Arts & Crafts fans and fanatics are sure to love the variety at the 40th Annual Atalaya Arts & Crafts Festival. This event has gotten bigger and better every single year and this year is no exception! There will be over 100 local and regional artists present offerings up their finest crafts across multiple genres – paintings, sculptures, jewelry, glass and metal work, handmade clothing, and so much more. The festival will also feature live entertainment, children’s crafts, and tasty local food vendors throughout the weekend. The festival is scheduled to run from 12pm – 6pm on Friday, 10am – 6pm on Saturday, and 10am – 5pm on Sunday and admission in only $8 per day or $10 for a weekend pass. Call (843) 237-4440 for more information.


Brew at the Zoo | Brookgreen Gardens | September 24th

Get out and enjoy the fall weather at the annual Brookgreen Gardens Brew at the Zoo night. This fun festival will host 30 regional craft beer vendors and guests will have the opportunity to taste a few or try them all. Event guests can also enjoy live entertainment by Bullfrog and tasty snacks while they visit the various animal exhibits throughout the zoo. The event will also feature a silent auction that will benefit the gardens. Tickets are only $35 per person for members or $40 per person for the public and include a signature tasting glass. Call (843) 235-6000 for more information.


12th Annual Irish Italian International Festival | Main Street North Myrtle Beach | September 24th

italian cannoli pastryA seemingly unlikely combination, the Annual Irish Italian Festival has become a local favorite each year – and it’s not hard to figure out why! This tasty arts and food fest offers the finest Italian and Irish food around, in addition to tons of kid-friendly entertainment and adult-friendly beverages. Scheduled events include spaghetti eating content, street performers, live music stages, arts and crafts vendors, dance competitions, and much more. Where else can you eat homemade meatballs with a side of Guinness? This is a rain or shine event scheduled from 10am – 4pm along Main Street in North Myrtle Beach and admission is free to the public.


St. John’s Greek Festival | St. John’s Church | September 29th – October 2nd

Tasty homemade Greek treats, lively music, and handmade artisan crafts are just a few things that visitors and locals alike look forward to at the annual St. John’s Greek Festival. Guests can get their fill of just about any traditional Greek cuisine – moussaka, spanakopita, pastisio, dolmathakia, souvlaki, gyros, baklava, and so much more. The festival will also offer several local arts and crafts booths, live Greek entertainment and dancing, and a full kids area. Hours for the event are 11am – 9pm Thursday, 11am – 10pm Friday & Saturday, and 12pm – 7pm Sunday and admission is only $1 per person. Call (843) 448-3773 for more information.




What event are you most looking forward to in September?


Labor Day weekend is quickly approaching – have you made plans? Myrtle Beach is THE place to be for Labor Day weekend and our resorts are close to all of the action. From exciting “end of summer” celebrations to finger-licking good food events, you are sure to find plenty to do to keep you busy all weekend long!


Take a peek at these top Labor Day Weekend events!


Beach, Boogie, & BBQ Festival | September 2nd & 3rd | Market Common 

beach boogie and bbq festival myrtle beach


This finger-licking good annual event is a favorite among visitors and locals alike and always draws a crowd. Head to Market Common over Labor Day weekend to try samples of the best BBQ offerings in the entire southeast! Get your fill of succulent wings, smoky pulled pork, fall-off-the-bone tender ribs, and plenty of signature sauces This festival will also offer live entertainment, plenty of activities for children, games and contests, a spacious beer garden for the adults, and even a spectacular fireworks show on Saturday evening. Stop by between 6pm – 10pm on Friday or 12pm – 10pm on Saturday to see what all the buzz is about!


Coastal Uncorked Food & Wine Festival | September 2th – 4th | Broadway at the Beach


This lively culinary event is entering it's eighth year and promises to be bigger and better than ever. The festival will kick off with “Chocolate Under The  Moon”, a sweet dessert and moonshine cocktail event that will take place Friday evening. Saturday will host the “Brews ‘N The Beach” Craft Beer event with tons of beer and food vendors and live entertainment throughout the afternoon. Finally, Sunday afternoon will host the popular Grand Tasting Event with signature wine samples, decadent hors d’oeuvres, and live entertainment. All events will take place on the 21st avenue side of Broadway at the Beach. Tickets are available online or can be purchased the day of at the event; call (843) 626-9668 for more information.



Labor Day Music & Cookout | September 3rd | La Belle Amie Vineyard


If you like good eats and good beats you won’t want to miss the Labor Day Weekend cookout at La Belle Amie Vineyard! This family friendly event will offer live music throughout the afternoon as well as tasty grilled treats from The Vineyard Grill – burgers, hotdogs, chicken sandwiches, and more. Guests will also be treated to complimentary vineyard tours and will have the chance to sample current seasonal wine offerings. This event runs from noon – 5pm and the cost is only $3 to attend. Call (843) 399-9463 for more information.



Pops With The Pelicans | September 3rd | Myrtle Beach Pelicans

hotdog at baseball game

Looking for a great family event to enjoy on Saturday evening? If so, grab tickets to the first ever Pops With The Pelicans event, presented by Duplin Winery and The Long Bay Symphony. Guests will be enjoy an enchanting and lively 2-hour long on-field performance from the symphony featuring a wide array of genres, including Broadway and iconic pop hits and more traditional classical arrangements. Gates will open at 6:00 pm and the performance will begin promptly at 7:30 pm. The event will conclude with a magical fireworks display that is sure to delight. Tickets are $25 / person in advance or $30 the week of the event. Call (843) 918-6000 for tickets or for more information.



Brews, Blues, & BBQ | September 3rd | Myrtle Beach House of Blues


Do you love good food, good brews, and good tunes? You can enjoy just that at the 5th annual Brews, Blues, & BBQ Festival at the Myrtle Beach House of Blues. Enjoy craft beer samples from a wide array of local and regional vendors and signature BBQ items from The Smokehouse while listening to live music from Nova City out on the famous outdoor deck. Gates will open at 5pm and Nova City will rock out from 7pm – 11pm. The cost is only $5 / person, which includes a souvenir sampling cup, and then beer samples range from $2 – $4 / each. Call (843) 272-3000 for more information. 



Labor Day Last Day Blast | September 4th & 5th | Myrtle Waves Water Park 

myrtle beach waterpark waterslide


Come out and celebrate the unnofiicial last weekend of summer at Myrtle Waves Water Park! The state’s largest and most exciting water park is offering one-day passes for only $15.99 / person for all day long park access. Both fun-packed days will feature a live DJ, family games, and special character appearances. Myrtle Waves will also screen a family-friendly movie on their giant wave pool screen. Call (843) 913-9250 for more information.




Labor Day Eats


Looking to grab all-American fare this Labor Day weekend? Here are a few spots that our guest love and recommend to others:



Myrtle Beach BBQ


Damon’s Oceanfront Grill – This oceanfront eatery offers succulent house-smoked barbecue offerings, including the signature Damon’s ribs – offered in both a full and half rack. Located just a short drive south from Coral Beach, this BBQ hotspot is a visitor favorite. Call (843) 626-8000 for more information.


Little Pigs BBQ – Little Pigs BBQ offers a no-frills approach to their culinary concoctions. Dine on a variety of barbecue favorites like pulled pork, BBQ chicken, tender ribs, and plenty of succulent souther-style sides. Call (843) 692-9774 for more information.


Simply Southern Smokehouse – If you are looking for the best BBQ buffet in town, look no farther than Simply Southern. This local staple offers something for everyone with a variety of barbecue meats, sides, and house made sauces. Call (843) 839-1913.




Myrtle Beach Burgers


best burger in myrtle beach

River City Café – Looking for a more creative twist on the traditional burger? If so, look no farther than River City Café. This local chain offers over 30 signature spins on the traditional burger, including the mac-n-cheese burger and the peanut butter burger. Call (843) 448-1990 for the 21st Avenue North location.


Peaches Corner – Peaches Corner is an area staple and has been going strong for over 75 years. The iconic location in downtown Myrtle Beach is hard to miss! Peaches is the perfect spot for a classic burger to-go. Call (843) 448-7424 for more information.


Burky’s Grill – Enjoy a blast from the past and a classic diner experience at Burky’s Grill. This retro restaurant serves up fresh flat-top grilled burgers cooked to-order with just about any topping you can imagine, including the famous Burky’s chili. Call (843) 626-2888 for more information.


ART Burger Sushi Bar – Burger perfectionists and aficionados will appreciate the gourmet offerings at ART Burger Sushi Bar. This downtown burger destination uses fresh, local ingredients for their decadent selection of craft burgers. Call (843) 839-4774 for more information.


Fuddrucker’s – Cheese sauce… need we say more? This well-known burger chain serves up thick, juicy burgers and endless burger toppings via their spacious toppings bar. Call (843) 946-9887 for more information.



Myrtle Beach Ice Cream


Painter’s Ice Cream – Painter’s Ice Cream is a tradition for many – and it’s not hard to see why. This local shop hand-churns all of their signature flavors in-house and they offer several varieties that can’t be found anywhere else. Call (843) 272-6934 for more information.


Ben & Jerry’s – Rich, creamy concoctions that are full of your favorite flavors is exactly what you can find at one of the area’s many Ben & Jerry’s locations. Ben & Jerry’s is the perfect place to go if everyone already has their favorite flavor in mind. You can find locations at Broadway at the Beach or in downtown Myrtle Beach.  Call (843) 213-1754 for the 21st Avenue / Ocean Boulevard location.


Mad Myrtle Ice Creamery – Pick up a cone or a milkshake to-go at Mad Myrtle Ice Creamery, conveniently located in downtown Myrtle Beach. This diner-style ice cream shop serves up all of your favorite traditional ice cream concoctions with a smile. Call (843) 626-0022 for more information.



What Myrtle Beach event are you most looking forward to this Labor Day?


Summer is in full swing and the beach is bustling with activity. From bumming it on the beach all day to checking out all of the area’s hottest attractions, our hotel guests sure know how to work up an appetite. One of the most common questions we get involve food. And, in the summer, burgers are a popular choice.


Curious about where you can find the best burger bites in Myrtle Beach? We’ve got the scoop!



River City Café | Multiple Locations


Found only in the immediate Myrtle Beach area, River City Café has become an area staple. Visitors and locals alike flock to this popular burger place for towering patties smothered and covered into creative concoctions. Get a taste of the low country with the Palmetto Burger, topped with house made pimento cheese or spice things up with the Three Alarm Burger, covered in Cajun spice, hot sauce, and jalapenos. Other popular options include the Black-n-Bleu Burger, the Swiss Mushroom Burger, and the Texas BBQ Burger. And, with several locations in the area, you won’t have to go far to find these tasty treats.


Art Burger Sushi Bar | North Ocean Boulevard | (843) 839-4774


ART Burger plateA newcomer to the Myrtle Beach burger lineup, ART Burger Sushi Bar offers a unique atmosphere to say the least. The modern, oceanfront location utilizes only the highest quality ingredients in their made-from-scratch concoctions. Each burger is named after a famous artist and favorites include the Remington, the El Greco, and the Rembrandt – to name a few. They also serve up the only nitrogen cocktails on the beach and offer oceanfront seating located right off the Myrtle Beach boardwalk.


Fuddrucker's | North Kings Highway | (843) 497-3891


Cheese sauce, need we say more? Fuddrucker’s is a national chain and is a great option for groups or families who are craving something familiar. Their burger options come in three sizes and are completely customizable with their famous toppings bar, which includes the coveted melted cheese sauce that is good on just about anything.


Burky’s Grill | North Kings Highway | (843) 626-2888


Burky’s has been a local favorite for over 20 years and is a true Myrtle Beach staple. This 1950’s style diner is known for quick, friendly service, low prices, and delicious homemade burgers. A great place for families, Burky’s offers grilled burgers and cheeseburgers with a variety of toppings, including their famous Cincinnati Style Chili. Be sure to save room afterwards for a scoop (or two) of their Ashby’s Sterling Ice Cream.  


Peaches Corner | North Ocean Boulevard | (843) 448-7424


This classic quick-serve burger joint has been serving beach-goers for over 75 years and they show no sign of slowing down any time soon! The menu here is simple and the food is made with love, you can be sure of that. Dig into a classic like the bacon cheeseburger or try something a little more daring like the frank-n-burger, which is topped with chili, cheese, and a split hotdog on top, or a quesadilla burger which is made to order and served on a flour tortilla. Guests can opt to take a seat in the diner-style interior or grab their meal to-go and enjoy a scenic stroll down the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. Call (843) 448-7424 for more information.



Where is your favorite place in Myrte Beach to grab a burger and fries? Let us know!


It wouldn’t be a trip to the beach without fabulous fresh seafood! Whether you enjoy the raw version and are craving copious amount of fresh sushi or you prefer your nautical kicks cooked and would prefer a nice fried or broiled entree, you can find several varieties of this highly coveted cuisine in the Myrtle Beach area. 


Check out our roundup of the Best Places in Myrtle Beach to Find Fresh Seafood and let us know what you think!


Fresh Seafood Restaurants In Myrtle Beach


Sea Captain’s House | Myrtle Beach | (843) 448-8082


This oceanfront eatery is a Myrtle Beach staple, with almost 100 years of history along the Grand Strand. Fresh, classic seafood items are what guests have come to love and Sea Captain’s House never disappoints. Items include lighter options like salads, soups, and sandwiches while heartier entrees include an array of fresh catch selections, jumbo lump crab cakes, local oysters, surf and turf selections, and much more. Sea Captain’s House is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, making it easy to enjoy amazing seafood any time of the day! Call (843) 448-8082 for reservations more information.


Berry’s Seafood | North Myrtle Beach | (843) 249-2534 


Fresh Fish Entree

Looking for a place to enjoy a great seafood experience without the black tie (or black tie prices)? If so, dig into the succulent offerings at Berry’s Seafood. Located just a short drive up the road in North Myrtle Beach, Berry’s Seafood is actually a restaurant and market combined, meaning you can grab fresh ingredients “to go” if you don’t want the full restaurant experience. If you are looking to kick back and dig in, you can look forward to an array of homey favorites like low country boil variations, fried seafood sandwiches, and generous dinner platters. Fast, fun, affordable eats are what Berry’s Seafood specializes in. Call (843) 249-2534 for more information.


Pier House Restaurant | Myrtle Beach | (843) 445-7437


Fresh Myrtle Beach seafood and unbeatable beach views are just two things that guests look forward to at Pier House Restaurant. Located at the popular Second Avenue Pier, Pier House Restaurant is located on the second story and features dining rooms that take full advantage of the coveted location. Get started with an order of bacon wrapped local shrimp or with the decadent seaside spinach dip. For the main event, dig into fresh catch options like grouper, broiled scallops, or crab cakes; or, stick with a lighter item like a fresh salad or sandwich. Second Avenue Pier also offers an open-air rooftop bar that is great for refueling after a busy day at the beach or for grabbing a quick snack before a night out on the town. Call (843) 445-7437.


Flying Fish Restaurant & Public Market | Barefoot Landing | (843) 663-3474


Not too formal, not too casual… Flying Fish is juuuust right! This Barefoot Landing favorite combines a casual atmosphere with a highly customizable menu, making it a crowd pleaser. Menu items include tempting starters like seafood nachos, crispy calamari, and coconut shrimp while main dish options include southern fried seafood plates, “build your own” boil plates, sandwiches, grilled items, and customizable fresh catch dishes which allow you to pick your seasoning, method of cooking, sauces, and sides. Flying fish is perfect for couples, families, or groups who just can’t decide. Call (843) 663-3474 for more information or reservations.


Murrells Inlet MarshWalk | Murrells Inlet | Various Restaurants


Variety is the spice of life, especially when it comes to fresh seafood at the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk. As the seafood capital of the state, it’s not hard to see why Murrells Inlet offers such a diverse array of succulent restaurants.  The MarshWalk itself is an inlet-front boardwalk that connects nine unique local restaurants, all of which offer something different.

MarshWalk Restaurants Include:

• Bovine’s Woodfired Specialties

• Wahoo’s Restaurant & Raw Bar

• Drunken Jack’s Seafood

• Dave’s Dockside Restaurant

• Creek Ratz

• Dead Dog Saloon

• Wicked Tuna


Fresh Seafood Markets in Myrtle Beach Fresh Seafood Market Myrtle Beach


Sometime, after a busy day at the beach, you might just want to grab a few fresh filets “to go” and prepare a fresh seafood feast for the family at the hotel. If that’s the case, fret not, as Myrtle Beach offers plenty of great spots to grab fresh, local seafood.


Mr. Fish Seafood Market | Myrtle Beach | (843) 839-3747


Flying Fish Public Market | Barefoot Landing | (843) 663-3474


Fish Monger Seafood Market | Surfside Beach | (843) 903-2722


Seven Seas Seafood Market | Murrells Inlet | (843) 651-1666


Berry’s Seafood | North Myrtle Beach | (843) 249-2534

As you can see, fresh seafood markets in Myrtle Beach are abundant. You can expect to find a vast array of fresh catch selections that will vary daily based on what is in season. Popular cuts include grouper, mahi mahi, wahoo, flounder, crab, tuna, halibut, swordfish, and much more. Seafood markets also carry all of the items you could need to accompany your meal like sauces, fresh vegetables, herbs and spices, and the all-important lemon.



Best Sushi in Myrtle Beach


Filets on the Water| North Myrtle Beach | (843) 280-5200


Don’t let the name of this local gem fool you- Filets on the Water serves up way more than just great chops. And, the scenic location at Harbourgate Marina offers spectacular views of the Intracoastal. Sushi here offers nothing but the finest selection of local seafood and includes a variety of nigiri and sashimi and classic, specialty rolls, and chef selected rolls. Filets on the Water is the perfect spot for a light happy hour meal or for a decadent night out on the town. Call (843) 280-5200 for more information. 


King Kong Sushi | Broadway at the Beach | (843) 626-2444


This Broadway at the beach hot spot offers decadent Asian inspired cuisine, including a generous sushi menu. Options include a variety of maki, nigiri, sashimi, and over 30 specialty maki rolls. Favorites include the Sunset Roll, the South Carolina Roll, and the Volcano Roll. King Kong is the perfect place to go if you are looking for variety and a more traditional sushi experience. Call (843) 626-2444 for information or reservations.



Co Sushi | Market Common | (843) 839-1733 


Sushi in Myrtle Beach

Co Sushi is a recent addition to the Market Common culinary lineup and is quickly becoming a favorite among visitors and locals alike! Simple, creative concoctions made with high quality, fresh ingredients are the key to this restaurant’s success and their menu reflects this philosophy. Sushi options include an array of nigiri, sashimi, maki, temaki, or makimono specialty roll selections. Co was also the first sushi spot along the beach to introduce “pressed sushi” – a truly one of a kind experience. Perfect for date night or a girls’ night out on the town, Co offers a coveted location and creative concoctions that can’t be found anywhere else. Call (843) 839-1733 for more information.



Art Burger Sushi Bar | Myrtle Beach Boardwalk | (843) 839-4774


The name of this brand new restaurant gives away their specialties… burgers and sushi – both of which are equally delicious. This place should definitely be on your radar if you want a unique experience. The venue itself celebrates art with interested design and architecture and showcases local artists’ work. The sushi could also be considered a work of art and the presentation is often too pretty to eat! The options are a bit more limited but the chef is always offering unique specials that vary nightly. Art also offers “Americanized” sushi rolls like the “fried chicken roll” and the “Carolina roll” that might pique your interest. Call (843) 839-4774 for more information.



Wahoo’s Fish House | MarshWalk  | (843) 651-5800


If you are looking for a “no frills” sushi experience, look no farther than Wahoo’s Fish House in Murrells Inlet. The sushi menu at Wahoo’s is ideal for all types of sushi lovers as they offer an array of simple and fresh rolls. The sushi here is both fresh and affordable, with prices ranging from only $4-$10 per roll. The rolls do tend to be on the smaller size but this is perfect if you want to try a few different things and take a mix and match approach. The scenic location along the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk is just the icing on the cake! Call (843) 651-5800 for more information.



Where is your favorite place to grab fresh seafood in Myrtle Beach? Let us know!


Happy New Year! 2015 was a busy year for Myrtle Beach and introduced several new and exciting attractions, restaurants, and events. 

Curious about what has changed since your last beach trip? Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. Enjoy our updated list of “What’s New in Myrtle Beach” for 2016!


Changes at Broadway at The Beach


By far one of the biggest stories along the Grand Strand for 2015 / 2016 has been the change coming to Broadway at the Beach. Several businesses have left the popular Myrtle Beach hotspot and several new places are rumored to be moving in soon.


Broadway at the Beach closings include:

·      MagiQuest

·      Planet Hollywood

·      Revolutions

·      Carlos & Charlie’s

·      Amici’s



Confirmed Broadway additions include:

  • Dave & Buster’s
  • Paula Deen Restaurant
  • American Tap House – Craft Beer Bar
  • Oz Nightclub
  • Extreme Pizza
  • Backstage Escape Games
  • Kilwins
  • The Beef Jerkey Store
  • Master’s Fine Art Gallery



Other Broadway Changes:

·      New location for Broadway Louie’s

·      New location for Hard Rock Café



Some of these changes have already taken place. All of the locations listed above have already closed. Additionally, the Planet Hollywood building has been torn down and is the alleged new location for a Carolina Ale House. Broadway Louie’s is already operating in a new location directly across from their previous location, still in Celebrity Square. The iconic pyramid Hard Rock Café building is rumored to be torn down soon and will be the new location for a Dave & Buster’s; Hard Rock will move to the old Broadway Louie’s. Other alleged additions include a new club, Club Oz, in the old Revolutions spot, and a new craft beer bar at a vacant spot in Celebrity Square.


We will keep you updated as confirmations roll in from the leasing company!



Carolina County Music Fest


2015 was the inaugural year for the Carolina Country Music Festival and the event was such a hit that it was decided to make the four-day concert an annual tradition. 2016 plans to be even bigger than last year with a full slew of top performers already committed. Headliners include Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, Florida Georgia Line, Jake Owens, and many more. The fun kicks off Thursday, June 9th and runs through Sunday, June 12th. More than 30 artists will perform over the course of the weekend at the old Pavilion site in downtown Myrtle Beach. You can find tickets info here


Construction On The South End


Last year we discussed the completion of the “back gate” project that included a complete overhaul of the Farrow Parkway / Highway 17 intersection. Now, that same project is underway a little farther south in Surfside Beach at the intersection of Glens Bay Road and Highway 17. Expect delays if you take the highway south for sightseeing.



New Date For Myrtle Beach Marathon

 running on the beach

Fast and flat – the famous tagline that makes the Myrtle Beach Marathon such a draw for runners across the nation. February has hosted this popular race for quite some time but recent years have presented some challenging weather conditions that have led organizers to move this race back a few weeks to the first weekend in March. Runners have mixed feelings on the change, but the overall reception has been positive.



Carolina Roots: The California Sessions


Reggae lovers were excited when this popular concert series made the announcement last fall that they were changing their venue from Wilmington, NC to Myrtle Beach, SC. Inclement weather, however, caused the one-day festival to be pushed from last fall to this spring. The new date for the festival is Saturday, April 9th from 11am – 11pm at the old Pavilion Site in Downtown Myrtle Beach. The impressive artist line up includes national acts like 311, Soja, and The Movement in addition to several regional and local performers. You can get your tickets here.



SoHo new location & renovations


SoHo has maintained a reputation for being a posh, upscale nightspot and for having some of the best sushi along the Strand. This happening eatery moved to a brand new location right across from their old location on 21st Avenue North. The new venue includes a full dining area and wrap around bar and a posh rooftop bar that exudes Charleston elegance with a spacious outdoor seating area, fire pits, full bar area, and some of the best views around town. Be sure to check out the new and improved SoHo during your stay this year! You can get more information by calling (843) 433-9441.



Café Old Vienna Moves

Bavarian food plate

Lovers of international fare have surely enjoyed a German meal at Café Old Vienna. This Austrian eatery recently moved into a new, larger location between 17th Avenue and 16th Avenue North that sports an authentic Bavarian feel. What hasn’t changed, however, is the genuine Austrian menu that sports dishes like schnitzel, spätzle, sauerkraut, and more. Call (843) 964-6252 for more information.



Gander Mountain Opens


Outdoor enthusiasts now have a new retail store to stock up on all of their hunting, fishing, and camping essentials. Located directly off Highway 501 in the Carolina Forest area, Gander Mountain offers everything from outdoor apparel and footwear to everything you could need for fishing, camping, and more. This is the perfect spot to grab a few gifts while you are in town or grab a few essentials for your beach adventures. Call (843) 236-6250 for more information.



Myrtle Beach Highland Games & Heritage Festival


Celtic enthusiasts rejoice! The inaugural Highland Games & Heritage Festival will be held at Market Common this spring. Featuring authentic competitions like a hammer throw, caber toss, and weight throw, the festival will also feature live entertainment, tons of food vendors, whiskey tasting, a Celtic marketplace and village, and more. Ripley’s is also sponsoring children’s athletic activities. You can visit the Heritage Festival website for more information.




Food Trucks


Food trucks have been a hot topic in Myrtle Beach for the past several years. Understandably, many restaurants have been opposed to the threat of increased competition. Locals and visitors, however, have been big supporters of the convenience, affordability, and creativity that these mobile food units offer. Well, the time for food trucks has finally come as the city of Myrtle Beach recently gave the go ahead. The area’s very first food truck, Stuff Your Face Street Eats, offers a wide array of fast and tasty breakfast and lunch eats and is open daily from 7:30am – 2:00pm. Additionally, another food truck company from Charleston called Charleston Flats is scheduled to open along the Grand Strand later this year.



Myrtle Beach Pelicans Cubs Affiliation


Though this technically happened last summer, we felt it important enough to mention in our 2016 roundup. Our favorite local baseball team, the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, ended their affiliation with the Atlanta Braves and picked up a new partnership with the Chicago Cubs.



New Myrtle Beach Attractions


High Flyer Indoor Trampoline Park – Trampoline parks are all the rage this year and Myrtle Beach is getting its very own! The High Flyer Indoor Park will offer more than 30,000 square feet of space and is scheduled to open this February in the Myrtle Beach Sports Mall, just a short drive for our beach guests.

 Duplin Winery Myrtle Beach

Duplin Winery – Wine lovers now have a new location to sample local favorites at Duplin Winery. Located at Barefoot Landing, the winery features indoor and outdoor seating, a full tasting room, and plenty of retail space to stock up on gifts and souvenirs. Call (800) 774-9634 for more information.


Go Ape Treetop Adventure – Adventure enthusiasts will love this new North Myrtle Beach attraction that features a full treetop obstacle course, zip lines, and much more. Go Ape is located at the North Myrtle Beach Sports Complex and is a great way for guests of all ages to enjoy the great outdoors. Call (800) 971-8271 for more information.



New Myrtle Beach Restaurants


The Brass Tap – Beer enthusiasts take note – a new craft beer restaurant is opening in Market Common this January! The Brass Tap will offer more than 80 craft beers from across the globe, including regional and local brews, in addition to a full crafty food menu to match. Call (843) 945-1747 for more information. 


The Chemist Myrtle Beach

The Chemist – This new hotspot boasts an eclectic tapas style menu that incorporates creative flavors and molecular gastronomy and a fun chemistry theme that is executed flawlessly throughout the entire dining experience. Call (843) 445-7077 for more information.


The Claw House – A new addition to the bustling Murrells Inlet MarshWalk, The Claw house is scheduled to open late spring 2016 and will offer authentic jumbo crab claws and other New England cuisine. 


Panera Bread – Sandwich and deli enthusiasts are celebrating the addition of a brand new Panera Bread to the Carolina Forest area off Highway 501. The new location should be open by the end of this summer.


Mission Barbecue – If you are on the north end of the strand, check out the new Mission BBQ location at Coastal North Town Center. The menu features a tasty array of mouthwatering BBQ favorites. Mission BBQ is scheduled to open this March.


Tilted Kilt – This bustling sports bar enjoyed a short stint at Broadway at the Beach before closing in 2013. They didn’t stay gone for very long, though, as a new location is in the works behind Mellow Mushroom.


Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach – A brand new, state of the art culinary facility is currently under construction at Market Common and will feature a café for students to showcase their skills. The new restaurant is scheduled to open summer 2016.


Clean Eatz – Trying to keep your beach bod in check? If so, be sure to check out the new Clean Eatz location off Highway 17 in the plaza behind Liberty Taproom. The new restaurant will offer clean-eating alternatives to popular American classics like burgers, salads, quesadillas, and more.


World Of Beer – Myrtle Beach is slowly but surely transforming into a beer mecca and the addition of a new World of Beer is testament to that statement. Boasting over 550 beers from around the world and a scrumptious pub menu, this new restaurant is sure to be a hit. World of Beer is scheduled to open this March.


Gordo’s Tacos and Tequilas – The owners of ART Burger Sushi Bar and The Chemist, two wildly successful downtown area eateries, are at it again. Plans are currently in the works for a gourmet street taco restaurant that will serve authentic Mexican style street food. This new experience is scheduled to open some time this fall or possibly next spring, pending approval and construction. 


Myrtle Beach fans rejoice – the Sun Fun Festival is finally returning to Myrtle Beach after a five-year hiatus.


For anyone unfamiliar, the Sun Fun festival was an annual event that enjoyed an impressive 60-year run in the downtown Myrtle Beach area. The event was a favorite among visitors and locals alike and, for many, marked the true beginning of summer. Many visitors also felt a certain sense of nostalgia about the event and enjoyed sharing memories that they experienced as a child with their own children and grandchildren.


Changes to the downtown area and scheduling conflicts eventually led to the decision to end the festival in 2011, to the disappointment of many. One of the most popular questions that our resorts get is “When is the Sun Fun Festival going to come back?” – and we finally have our answer!


The festival is officially scheduled for June 3rd – 5th in the same historic downtown Myrtle Beach spot. The event will run in conjunction with the annual Salt Games already scheduled for that week.


The full event and entertainment lineup has not been announced yet, but we do know that the festival will include:

·      Sun Fun Parade

·      Free shag lessons and shag competitions

·      Kids’ activities

·      Live entertainment via The Castaways, Too Much Sylvia, & more!



Stay tuned for more details about the Sun Fun Festival!



Want to join in on the fun? Check out our awesome hotel deals & book your stay today at one of our three spectacular oceanfront properties, just minutes from downtown Myrtle Beach:

·      *Holiday Inn -“At the Pavilion” – Myrtle Beach Boardwalk location

·      Sea Crest Resort – Indoor / Outdoor Pools, Spacious Family Suites

·      Coral Beach Resort – On-site waterpark & bowling / arcade center, Spacious Family Suites

*Not affiliated with the national chain.


Vacations can quickly turn into an expensive outing, but coming to Myrtle Beach doesn’t have to break the bank. No – really!

Did you know that Myrtle Beach actually offers plenty of free things to do? Believe it or not, there is plenty of fun to be had that won’t cost you a dime.

Check out our roundup of FREE Things to do in Myrtle Beach:


Parks in Myrtle Beach


Myrtle Beach has plenty of parks that are open to the public and completely free of charge! Most have play areas for children, green space for games, and picnic shelters for public use. Parks in Myrtle Beach Parks in Myrtle Beachinclude:
• Plyler Park (Myrtle Beach Boardwalk)
• Grand Park (Market Common)
• McLean Park (North Myrtle Beach)
• North Myrtle Beach Sports Complex


TIGERS Preservation Station


Located at the popular Barefoot Landing complex in North Myrtle Beach, the TIGER Preservation Station allows guests to get up close and personal with cuddly tiger cubs! Guests can see Bengal tigers, Siberian tigers, royal white Bengal tigers, and even the most rare tiger of them all – the golden tabby tiger. This attraction also showcases an array of other animals like apes and reptiles, all of which can be seen free of charge. Guests will only pay if they want to take a photo with the animals as a souvenir. Call (843) 361-4552 for more information.


Myrtle Beach Festivals and Events


Myrtle Beach has plenty of free local events and festivals that are happening throughout the year. Many are right along Ocean Boulevard. In the summer, Market Common hosts “Movies Under the Stars” and the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk hosts “Hot Summer Nights”. Be sure to ask your Myrtle Beach Resorts staff what’s going on during your vacation!


Myrtle Beach Museums


There are several intriguing museums in the area that are free to the public and are a great way to escape the heat or a rare rainy beach day. The Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum showcases visual art from all mediums and genres and also features several special exhibits throughout the year. The museum is open Tuesday – Sunday. The Horry County Museum is also free to the public and gives visitors a true taste of the low country culture. This museum is open Tuesday – Saturday.


Myrtle Beach Boardwalk


Myrtle Beach BoardwalkLocated in the popular downtown section of Myrtle Beach, the recently expanded boardwalk section provides almost a mile of scenic open space and one of the area’s longest piers. The boardwalk hosts a wide array of free events throughout the year that offer live music and family friendly entertainment. Popular events include the Hot Summer Nights promotion during the summer and their St. Patrick’s Day festival. The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk is also a great spot to window shop, people watch, or even take a leisurely stroll along the beach.


Live Music


There are plenty of places for live music in Myrtle Beach. In the summer months, the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk hosts live bands playing all kinds of genres on weekends. Garden City Pier also hosts live music throughout the busy season.

If you’re willing to venture south, there are plenty of restaurants along the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk that host live music throughout the week. This inlet-front boardwalk stretch offers a lively marina and 9 unique restaurants that provide a wide array of local music selections.




Of course while you are in Myrtle Beach, you are probably planning on going to the beach. With over 60 miles of beautiful beaches and 3 great oceanfront resorts, you won’t have to travel far to get on the beach. Enjoy relaxing in the sand, gathering seashells, and playing in the waves all for free—of course! Other great beach activities include:

• Beach games (bocce ball, cornhole, Frisbee, football, etc.)
• Bring your favorite book
• Sandcastle contest
• Picnic
• Fly kites
• Scavenger hunt

All of our Myrtle Beach Resort properties are located oceanfront, making it easy to get your toes in the sand and take advantage of all that the sandy shore has to offer.



What activity are you most looking forward to this year during your Myrtle Beach vacation? Let us know!


Brunch and vacation seem to go hand in hand. What could be better than sleeping in, waking up to the sights and sounds of the ocean, and then filling up on decadent breakfast and lunch items before hitting the beach? If you are looking for the best brunch in Myrtle Beach – we’ve got you covered.


Check out a roundup of our guests’ favorite brunch spots:


North Myrtle Beach Brunch


Crossroads at House of Blues | Sundays 9am – 2pm | (843) 272-3000

chicken and waffles for breakfastThe Gospel Brunch at the Myrtle Beach House of Blues has become a tradition for many locals and visitors alike – and it’s not hard to figure out why! This truly one of a kind experience combines upscale southern brunch favorites with uplifting and award winning live entertainment choreographed by Kirk Franklin. The brunch buffet varies but always includes several carving stations, an omelet action station, sweet favorites like pancakes and pastries, breakfast meats, and their famous chicken and waffles. The cost is only $29 / adults, $14.50 children ages 7-12, and FREE for children 6 and under.


Chestnut Hill | Sunday 10am – 1:30pm | (843) 449-3984

Chestnut Hill has been voted “Best Brunch at the Beach” for over 25 years running and they show no sign of slowing down! Their generous selections and high quality offerings provide a winning combination for guests of any age and groups of any size. This upscale buffet includes: baked ham, southern fried chicken, roasted prime rib with au jus, French toast, homemade quiche, eggs benedict, assorted chilled salads, fresh seafood selections, plenty of succulent southern sides, and a wide array of desserts like cobblers, cakes, and more. The cost is only $22.95 / adults, $19.95 / teens (11-16), $10.95 / seniors (61+) and children (4-10), and FREE for children3 and under.


Myrtle Beach Brunch 


Brunch in Myrtle Beach

Crepe Creation Café | Saturdays & Sundays 8am – 2pm | (843) 839-4019

In the mood for something different? If so, head to Market Common and check out Crepe Creation Café. As the name suggests, this quaint café serves up creative crepes of both the sweet and savory variety. Breakfast selections include options like steak and eggs and “Western Morning” which includes scrambled eggs, ham, bacon, and cheddar. Or, if you want something a little more savory, try their lunch selections like cordon bleu, Parisian (with brie, apples, almonds, and black cherry balsamic), or the veggie. Other options include hand-pressed waffles, soups, salads, and paninis. Prices vary by menu selection.


Croissants Bistro & Bakery | Saturdays 8am – 4pm & Sundays 10am – 2pm| (843) 448-2253

Known for offering an eclectic collection of traditional southern cuisine with a distinctive French flare, Croissants is a fantastic upscale brunch spot and is definitely a local favorite. Aside from the full breakfast and lunch menus, the brunch menu is offered exclusively on weekends. Options include a crab cake sandwich, croque monsieur, turkey pretzel club, farm fresh omelettes, breakfast plates, several “benedict” varieties, quiche, and hearty entrees like shrimp and grits or meatloaf – to name a few. Prices vary based on menu selection.


Tupelo Honey Café | Saturdays & Sundays 9am – 2pm | (843) 315-3780

Brand new for 2015, Tupelo Honey Café was a welcomed addition to the Market Common area and has created quite the buzz. Their scrimptions brunch menu includes a wide array of creative southern favorites. Options include fried chicken and biscuits, southern breakfast bowl, sweet potato pancakes, smoked jalapeno fried egg BLT, Chef Brian’s specialty omelettes, “small plates”, and upscale meat and three selections. Tupelo Honey also offers an eclectic array of signature bloody marys to choose from.


South Grand Strand Brunch


Gulfstream Café | Sundays 10am – 2pm | (843) 651-8808

breakfast plateIf dining with a view is what you seek, look no farther than Gulfstream Café, located a short drive south in Garden City. The unique peninsula location of this eatery provides breathtaking views of both the Murrells Inlet marsh on one side and endless Atlantic vistas on the other side. The upscale brunch buffet here varies each week but often includes favorites like homemade biscuits, an omelet station, breakfast meats, southern style grits, baked chicken, fresh veggies, French toast, and a killer “make your own” Bloody Mary bar that you won’t want to miss. The cost is only $12.95 / adults and $5.95 / children.


Salt Water Creek Café | Saturdays & Sundays 10am – 2pm | (843) 357-2433

Another “south end” favorite, Salt Water Creek Café is located in Murrells Inlet, the seafood capital of the state. Their yummy brunch menu includes an eclectic variety of breakfast favorites and creative seafood dishes that you can’t find anywhere else along the strand. Selections from the brunch menu include a variety of original “benedicts”, savory omelets, generous breakfast platters, stuffed French toast, and steak and eggs – to name a few. Prices vary based on menu selection.


BisQit | Saturdays & Sundays 8am – 2pm | (843) 979-2747

A more recent addition to the already impressive Pawleys Island culinary scene, BisQit offers fresh, homemade food at a price you can afford. Their unique position is centered around – you guessed it – fluffy, handmade biscuits. Enjoy breakfast favorites like biscuits and gravy with fried chicken and breakfast biscuit sandwiches or one of their famous burgers served on your choice of biscuit or a fresh baked bun. Be sure to save room for a handspun milkshake which you can enjoy as is or “spiked”. Prices vary by menu selection. 


Also, don’t forget that all of our MyrtleBeach-Resorts.com properties offer an on-site breakfast and brunch option which is fast, easy, and convenient for our guests: hotel breakfast buffet

  • Coral Beach ResortSea Level Restaurant at Coral Beach Resort offers a decadent breakfast served daily that includes a wide array of traditional breakfast favorites like egg preparations, breakfast meats, pastries, and plenty of fresh, hot coffee. 
  • Sea Crest Resort – Grab a quick meal to-go at the Beach Java Café located at Sea Crest Resort. Beach Java Café is one of the few places at the beach to serve Starbucks Coffee and offers a variety of quick-serve options like sandwiches, pastries, muffins, and more. 
  • *Holiday Inn – “At the Pavilion” – Enjoy a quick grab and go option from our Oceans Coffee Café located on the 2nd floor across from the lobby.

*Not affiliated with the national chain.


Where is your favorite place in Myrtle Beach to grab brunch? Let us know!


The area is “going green” this spring for St. Patrick’s Day and you won’t want to miss out on the action. Whether you are seeking a family friendly affair or want to enjoy live music and drinks with friends you are sure to find the perfect way to spend this festive day.


Check out what Myrtle Beach has in store for St. Patrick’s Day!



St. Patrick’s Day Bonfire at La Belle Amie Vineyard | Saturday, March 12th | 12pm – 5pm


Kick back and relax this St. Patrick’s Day with a lively bonfire event at La Belle Amie Vineyard. This popular wine tourism venue often hosts events throughout the year and this one should surely be on your radar, particularly if you want to do something a little different this year. The festival will include live entertainment form the Stringwood Trio, grilled goodies from The Vineyard Grill, complimentary vineyard tours (weather permitting), and $5 wine tasting which include 6 samples and a logo wine glass gift. Come enjoy a toasty bonfire, good eats, and great wine!



St. Patrick’s Day at Castano’s Steakhouse | Thursday, March 17th | 4pm – Until

 shepherd's pie

Whether you just want a place to grab some great Irish grub or you want to keep the Irish celebrations rolling throughout the evening, be sure to stop by Castano’s Steakhouse to top off your “green pride”. This popular waterfront Barefoot Landing restaurant is going green in a big way with plenty of decadent Irish food specials including corned beef and cabbage, Guinness stew, and shepherd’s pie. There will also be live entertainment, party favors, and generous drink specials including green beer and the “shamrock shaker”. Stop by and get in the holiday spirit with authentic Irish eats! Call (843) 361-2000 for more information.




These Events All Take Place on Saturday, March 19th



Myrtle Beach Boardwalk St. Patrick’s Day Festival | 12pm – 10pm

 St. Patrick's Day Festival

The Boardwalk St. Patrick’s Day Festival is inarguably the biggest celebration along the Grand Strand. This daylong event takes place along the bustling downtown boardwalk area and is a hub for live entertainment and activities all weekend long. The festival will span three city blocks and feature several live music stages with entertainment all weekend, several food and retail vendors, the area’s largest Irish beer garden, and a dedicated family area with carnival rides, games, a petting zoo, camel rides, and more! There is truly something for everyone at the Boardwalk St. Patrick’s Day Festival so make plans to stop by anytime between 12pm – 10pm on Saturday!



7th Annual Irish Festival at Market Common | 11am – 7pm


Looking for a more low key St. Patrick’s Day celebration? If so, look no farther than the scenic Market Common area for your celebrations. The 7th Annual Irish Festival kicks off at 11am and runs until 7pm at Valor Park. The festival will feature Irish style live entertainment, tasty food vendors, a generous Irish beer garden, and plenty of family fun for all ages. Games, face painting, and arts and crafts are just a few things that guests can look forward to. The Market Common Irish festival is a popular destination for groups and families who want to avoid the hustle and bustle of downtown but still want to enjoy a great Irish affair.



27th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival in North Myrtle Beach | 11am – 4pm 


Kick off your Irish spirit bright and early with North Myrtle Beach’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival. This area event attracts thousands of visitors each year and is a rain or shine event. The parade begins promptly at 11am on Main Street and is followed by a lively post-parade festival. There will be two live music stages, a large dedicated children’s area with lively games and carnival rides, a shepherd’s pie eating contest, and more than 150 food, retail, and craft vendors to explore. This is a great option for families or visitors who want to enjoy a mid-day celebration.



Taste Of The Irish


Looking to enjoy a little authentic Irish cuisine or a nice Irish pub during your visit? Check out our top recommendations for area Irish hotspots:


O’Keefe’s Irish Pub – Murrells Inlet

A short drive to the south end will land you at O’Keefe’s Irish Pub. Visitors can enjoy food and drink specials all day long and free shuttles to and from the Downtown Myrtle Beach Festival. Call (843) 651-7211 for more information.


Finn McCool’s Irish Restaurant & Pub – Myrtle Beach (Lake Arrowhead Road)

Guests who enjoy the historic Lake Arrowhead Drive area of the beach will definitely want to check out this Irish hangout.  Finn’s will have live music from Victor Cunneen and plenty of food and drink specials in store for St. Pat’s! Call (843) 449-7616 for more information.


Bumstead’s Pub – Myrtle Beach (Downtown)

Bumstead’s is the go-to spot for post-festival food and drinks! Crowds flock here for the tasty grub and live entertainment – you won’t want to miss out!  Call (843) 445-6592 for more information.


Flynn’s Irish Tavern – North Myrtle Beach

A North Myrtle Beach tradition, Flynn’s is home base for the North Myrtle St. Pat’s parade and festival and will have plenty of food and drink specials as well as live entertainment waiting! Call (843) 249-6533 for more information.


Molly Darcy’s Irish Pub & Restaurant – North Myrtle Beach

Enjoy oceanfront fun in North Myrtle Beach at Molly Darcy’s Irish Pub! This lively local hotspot also offers a full menu and an extensive game room. Call (843) 272-5555 for more information.


Looking For A Hotel Near The Boardwalk?


Myrtle Beach Boardwalk Hotels

If so, we can help! Our *Holiday Inn – “At the Pavilion” Property is conveniently located right along the bustling Myrtle Beach Boardwalk – just a short walk to all of the festival action! 

Coral Beach Resort and Sea Crest Resort are also both situated just a short drive from the downtown area. 

*Not affiliated with the national chain.


 Be sure to check out our three Myrtle Beach Resort properties & hotel deals to book your stay in downtown Myrtle Beach today!