10Best Myrtle Beach, SC Nightlife
If you don't want to be a part of the show at Crocodile Rocks Dueling Pianos, keep your mouth shut. The performers are pros at making loud people look like fools, but it's all in good fun
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The microbrewery scene is nothing new on a national level, but the Myrtle Beach area has been a little slow to the keg party, at least until recently. Over the past year, the Grand Strand has seen an increase in beer-related businesses, and the new Atlas Tap House is no exception. 10Best takes you on a tour of the new brew pub and updates you on the local suds scene. Read more »All New & Notable Myrtle Beach Nightlife »
South by Southeast is a Grand Strand-based group committed to bringing music back in the classroom and attracting top regional and national acts to Myrtle Beach. These bi-monthly fundraisers have become one of the hottest tickets in town, as guests enjoy great music, food and drinks in the unique setting of the historic Myrtle Beach Train Depot. Read more »All New & Notable Myrtle Beach Nightlife »
About Myrtle Beach, SC Nightlife
The downtown district has undergone a serious transformation in recent years, becoming a center for nightlife thanks to the construction of the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. The 1.2-mile oceanfront walkway weaves through arcades and open-air cafes and bars to create a festive atmosphere that had disappeared with the closing of the old Pavilion. The colorful 190-foot SkyWheel and numerous new clubs, like Jimmy Buffett's LandShark Bar and Grill, are hubs of activity, and Plyler Park plaza features an outdoor stage where free concerts and fireworks shows are held throughout the summer. Myrtle Beach's entertainment complexes continue to serve as centers for night activity. Broadway at the Beach boasts Celebrity Square, a district of a dozen or so bars that allow visitors to pub crawl their way around the square, Barefoot Resort has the House of Blues and Alabama Theater for great live music and Market Common has an urban neighborhood feel with great pubs and dance clubs. For those partial to the good old days, Ocean Drive in North Myrtle Beach has historic beachside dance clubs, like Fat Harold's and Duck's, where '60s music and the shag are still in style. When you return safely back to your hotel, don't be surprised if the outdoor pool bar is still open for a nightcap.
- Myrtle Beach Expert Terry Massey