Broadway at the Beach Delivers a Good Time

September 18, 2008

celebrity square.jpg

Myrtle Beach is the Grand Strand's most vibrant community, and no attraction, other than the Atlantic Ocean, of course, generates more buzz than Broadway at the Beach.

The 350-acre complex, located in the heart of Myrtle Beach between 21st and 29th avenues, is the largest social gathering spot for locals and golfers alike. While Broadway's surplus of shopping likely doesn't appeal to the average golfer, its bevy of dining and entertainment options do. Broadway is home to 19 restaurants, ranging from Miyabi Japanese Steakhouse and Landry's Seafood to Johnny Rocket's and Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville.

Myrtle Beach's best happy hour is at Liberty Steakhouse, where local microbrews are on tap and the half-price appetizer menu (you won't regret ordering the pretzels) will send you to dinner with a smile on your face.



Golfers looking to enjoy Myrtle Beach's famed nightlife need look no further than “Celebrity Square,” home to 10 bars and nightclubs. If you are in search of the dance floor, clubs like Revolutions and Malibu's are the place to be. Crocodile Rocks features dueling piano players and is hard to top if you want an act that's three parts music, one-part vaudeville show. 


Blarney Stones Pub & Cigar Bar and Shuckers Raw Bar offer a post-round drink in a more relaxed environment.

Broadway at the Beach is hardly the only place in Myrtle Beach to get a good meal and have a drink, but the diversity of its offerings make it hard to top.

What is your favorite Myrtle Beach night spot?

Golf Holiday is the ultimate source for information on Myrtle Beach golf.