Top 5 Myrtle Beach Sports Bars and Restaurants
Are you an avid sports fan looking for a great place to watch the next big game in Myrtle Beach? Whether your Myrtle Beach resort doesn’t offer the channels you need in your room or you just want to get out and watch the game, there are plenty of Myrtle Beach sports bars and restaurants to choose from.
Loco Gecko: Loco Gecko, located on the 800 block of Ocean Boulevard has both the NFL Sunday Ticket and College GameDay plans on all 9 of their flat screen TV’s. How do they decide which games to play? It’s up to the customers, so you will want to arrive early to pick your TV and choose your game. During the game you can purchase a bucket of beers, order a pizza or try out any of their other myriad of menu items.
Bully’s Pub: Located at Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach, Bully’s Pub has 32 ice cold beers on tap for you to enjoy during the big game. They can serve up anything from a bottle of Bud or Plus, they stay open until 2 a.m. every night so if you aren’t ready to go home right away after the game you don’t have to! You will want to make sure you try some of this Myrtle Beach sports bar’s micro brews they have on tap like New Belgium Ranger IPA and Magic Hat Circus Boy. Some of the best eats to enjoy during the game include Little Buddies (four delicious mini burgers), Bully’s Own Spicy Cheese Dip (pretty amazing) and Chicken Wings (you can choose from a variety of flavors like honey, spicy ranch or sweet chili Thai).
Liberty Tap Room: Located at 76th Ave. North and Kings Hwy. in Myrtle Beach, Liberty Tap Room is the perfect meeting place for the big game. This Myrtle Beach sports bar opens at 11 a.m. and serve up some tasty game-watching dishes like Jumbo Chicken Wings, Tap Room Spinach Dip and Roasted Chicken Nachos. Or, if you prefer, you can get a BBQ Chicken Pizza and wash it down with one of their specialty microbrews.
Longbeard’s Bar & Grill: You’ll probably only want to go to Longbeard’s Bar & Grill on game day if you are a Steelers fan or if you are willing to go undercover. A self-proclaimed Steelers Bar, this Carolina Forest bar attracts fans from both Myrtle Beach and those who are just visiting the area and want to feel at home. Their unique menu brings out the outdoors in everyone. If you are bringing the kids with you, they won’t feel left out, because Longbeard’s also features games for kids like basketball and cornhole. On Sundays, their website says that they have a TV for each game that is on, so you won’t miss your favorite team, even if it isn’t the Steelers. On Monday nights they have all you can eat wings for $8.99 during the game. On Thursdays and Saturdays they play the college games and have $5 burgers on Thursdays and Prime Rib dinners on Saturdays. Their menu includes interesting items such as Alligator Bites and Wild Side Sliders (elk, buffalo and turkey) as well as the more traditional fare like fries and wings. This smoke-free restaurant is great for those who don’t want to have to worry about leaving smelling like smoke.
Liquid’s Lounge: The Caravelle’s Liquids Lounge plays the college games and NFL Sunday Ticket on their big screens while serving up cold bottled and draft beer as well as food selections like burgers and wings. Enjoy the laid-back atmosphere while watching the big game! Whether you are staying at The Caravelle or another Vacation Myrtle Beach resort, Liquid’s Lounge is the perfect place to enjoy a good meal and watch your favorite team.