There's a new nightlife hot spot in Myrtle Beach, and this one is rated "Arrr!" And while a pirate-themed eatery and bar may not sound like anything new on the Grand Strand, Barnacle Bill's Rum and Raw Bar is already packing them in after just a few short months in business.
"Oh!" is for oysters — Photo courtesy of Barnacle Bill's Rum & Raw Bar
Barnacle Bill's Rum & Raw Bar recently opened in the Five Points section of Myrtle Beach, and it's already become one of the top party places in the downtown district. After remodeling an old building that used to be home to the popular bar Neal's, Barnacle Bill's has inherited a large customer base as well as a large number of tourists, and for good reason.
Featuring fresh seafood and frozen drinks, Barnacle Bill's brings a can't-miss lineup to the Myrtle Beach nightlife scene. Enjoy steamed oysters, shrimp and a blend of Cajun, Caribbean and Creole cooking, and wash it all down with a Bayou Bomb or other drink specials.
Draft beers and special concoctions are served at the bar, as are oysters and shrimp by the dozen. Serious eaters can order a seafood platter or feast on an authentic Cajun po' boy.
Live music is held on the weekends and periodically during the week, and Barnacle Bill's is gaining notice for having one of the best happy hours in town. Sit on the outside deck and enjoy a cold drink with the cool ocean breeze.
It's all chilled at Barnacle Bill's.