A great place to take a group of friends, Shuckers ranks highly with locals and frequent visitors to the Strand - a nod, no doubt, to its awesome raw bar specialties and friendly, laid-back vibe. Happy hour, especially, is the time to be here, because prices on brews, wings and oysters are simply unbelievable. If your party's looking for more substantial eats, Shuckers' kitchen also serves up a delicious ensemble of steaks, pasta dishes and fresh seafood. Be adventurous and try the house special oyster shooter - tequila, hot sauce, Bloody Mary mix and, of course, a juicy oyster served in a shot glass.
Recommended for Best of Myrtle Beach's Broadway because: Don't let the great food fool you; Shuckers is also a great place to hang out and have a liquid lunch or dinner.
Terry's expert tip: There are a couple of other locations on the Grand Strand, but this is the original ... and the best.
Put on your dancing shoes and crank up the volume. Froggy Bottomz has live music every night of the week, featuring everything from blues and rock to dance and top 40. The house band at Froggy Bottomz, Illuzion, is sure to bring down the house with an awesome repertoire of pop music covers. From your favorite classic rock tunes to current hip-hop chart toppers, Illuzion puts on a dynamic show that never fails to get the standing room-only crowds moving. Full bar service is available, and there's even a VIP room with reserved tables if you want to roll like a rock star.
Recommended for Best of Myrtle Beach's Broadway because: Froggy Bottomz is consistently the best place for live music in all of Broadway at the Beach.
Terry's expert tip: One cover charge includes admission to two adjoining clubs - Malibu's and Club Boca - good places to dance to DJs while the band is on break.
Captivating crowds with its Latin beats and techno sounds, Club Oz is the trendy spot in Broadway at the Beach's nightlife lineup. Billed as the Strand's one and only "big city-style" dance clubs, Club Oz is one place that certainly warrants your hippest threads and coolest footwork. State-of-the-art light and sound shows create quite the late-night spectacle, and the young and sexy crowd isn't shy about letting world-class DJs work them into a beat-driven frenzy. If the action inside gets too intense, you don't have to leave - just grab a seat and catch your breath at Mango's lounge inside.
Recommended for Best of Myrtle Beach's Broadway because: Club Oz is the closest thing the Grand Strand has to a modern metropolitan dance club.
Terry's expert tip: The upstairs bar and balcony is a great place to take a break from the long lines and crowded dance floor.
If daiquiris and frozen drinks are your thing, then an evening at Fat Tuesday is a must. Indeed, this bar's a haven for those thirsting for good times and even better elixirs. Be sure to try the famous 190 Octane, a scrumptious orange juice concoction, or go for the Banana Banshee, Blue Bayou or Rum Runner. Mouthwatering snacks such as wings, seasoned to your liking, fried portobello mushrooms, and nachos topped with cheese, sour cream and salsa keep the crowds happy. If you don't do daiquiris, Fat Tuesday also serves beer, wine and mixed drinks. A limited food menu is also available.
Recommended for Best of Myrtle Beach's Broadway because: The tastiest drinks and prettiest people can be found hanging out at Fat Tuesday.
Terry's expert tip: Located on a busy corner, the patio deck is the perfect place to people-watch (and people-meet) at Broadway at the Beach.
Featuring the top dance hits of the 70s, 80s, 90s and today, guests can get their feet moving to multiple beats at this popular club. Located at the Celebrity Square section of Broadway at the Beach, this club is known as a place to get your groove on. Spacious and always crowded, Revolutions attracts a diverse range of clientele, all of them out to have a great time, showcase their sharpest threads, and shake their moneymakers long into the night under the spinning disco ball.. Further testament to the space's fun-loving attitude: Revolutions plays host to countless bachelor and bachelorette parties each year.
Recommended for Best of Myrtle Beach's Broadway because: Revolutions is ideal for folks of all ages who like a mix of music and people.
Terry's expert tip: Paying the cover here also gets you into neighboring Crocodile Rocks.
The USA's one and only Senor Frog's needs no introduction. Just like its resorty Caribbean cousins, the place is always hopping with music and laughter. It's a popular stop-over for folks shopping during the day, but once the sun goes down, the party really gets started! Enjoy a frosty drink, order up a bucket of Coronas or, if you dare, tackle the mighty yard glass. It won't be long before you feel the need to join in on the conga line or break into song with (or even without) your amigos. The Frog also serves tasty Mexican eats, especially the fish tacos.
Recommended for Best of Myrtle Beach's Broadway because: The Frog is a well-known spring-break hangout in the Bahamas and Mexico ... and now in Myrtle Beach.
Terry's expert tip: The Frog becomes spring break headquarters for those who couldn't travel all the way to the original bar in Cancun.
Slip on your cowboy boots and get ready to two-step across the dance floor at Rodeo Bar & Grill, the only country-western bar at Broadway at the Beach. This large club takes country to the next level, with a mechanical bull set up for guests to try their luck and a huge dance floor fit for line dancing. Free country dance lessons are provided on a regular basis and the club attracts a nice mix of cowboys, cowgirls and those who just want to be country for one night. Rodeo also offers a full dinner menu specializing in steaks and other grilled meats. Wash it all down with a cold beer, and work it all off on the dance floor. The house band kicks up a nice beat all night long.
Recommended for Best of Myrtle Beach's Broadway because: Rodeo is the best place for the country crowd to boot-scoot the night away.
Terry's expert tip: Don't be afraid if you don't know how to country dance; free lessons are provided and the DJ also spins some non-country tunes.
This isn't your father's idea of a piano bar, and you probably wouldn't want to bring along your mom or children. But for a great night out of music and laughs, Crocodile Rocks offers a unique and fun entertainment experience for those who like their live music mixed with a light-blue shade of humor. Featuring your requested songs performed by some of the coolest and funniest piano players anywhere, Crocodile Rocks gets the crowd into the act with creative choreography and spoof lyrics. Enjoy your favorite libation, sing-along with the songs and join in the fun for a night you won't soon forget.
Recommended for Best of Myrtle Beach's Broadway because: The sounds of music and laughter greet you at the door, and you won't stop singing and dancing until you walk back through it.
Terry's expert tip: If you're looking for a fun night out with a large party, Crocodile Rocks is the ideal venue.
One of the top places on the Strand to let your hair down and strut your stuff, Malibu's is a beach-themed dance club that features two top-notch DJs and today's hottest music. The crowd of mostly 20-somethings is a well-attired bunch that parties late into the night. Keep your eyes peeled for weekly drink and admission specials, which include Thursday and Saturday Ladies' Nights and "Beat the Clock" Fridays. A large shark's head stretches onto the dance floor, allowing guests to boogie like it's their last leg to stand on. The upstairs provides a nice escape from the hustle and bustle on the dance floor.
Recommended for Best of Myrtle Beach's Broadway because: Malibu's is one of the top dance clubs on the Grand Strand, not just at Broadway at the Beach.
Terry's expert tip: Paying the cover at Malibu's also gets you into Celebrations' three other hot spots - Club Boca, Mango and Froggy Bottomz.