A Myrtle Beach golf trip offers countless drinking and dining options, but none feature a better combination of the two than Broadway at the Beach, a 23-acre mega entertainment complex.

 

Broadway is home to 23 bars and restaurants, ranging from Japanese steakhouses to Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen and everything in between. With dinner and nightlife in one location, a trip to Broadway comes with many perks, but where do you want to go when you get there?

 

We are here to breakdown your choices.

 

Happy Hour

— Liberty Steakhouse is one of Broadway’s originals, but it still stands atop my list. Local craft brews are on tap and the $6 apps are a winner. The Tommy Texas Cheese Fries might take years off your life, but you will enjoy every bite.

 

— I’m a sucker for oysters, so Shucker’s Raw Bar is a no-brainer. With 30 TVs and oysters, what could go wrong?

 

— Rooster’s Restaurant & Bar flies under the radar, but it’s a winner. They specialize in (you guessed it) chicken, so the wings are always top-notch, as are the chicken lettuce wraps.

 

Dinner

— Yamato’s Japanese Steakhouse has long been one of Broadway’s most popular restaurants, but consider yourself warned: go here on a night you don’t plan on hitting the town. The food is good but there is a lot of it. This is an eat-dinner-and-head-back-to-the-room kind of place.

 

— With more than 50 craft beers, American Tap House offers plenty of malted beverages, but don’t sleep on the food. From small plates to the filet, the menu is diverse and surprisingly good.

 

— Admittedly, this makes the list heavy on Japanese cuisine, but King Kong Sushi might be the area’s best. The Hurricane Roll, which features crab and cream cheese topped with grilled crab, scallop, teriyaki sauce and sesame seeds, is to die for.

 

Nightcap

— Dave & Buster’s could’ve easily made either of the previous lists (the food is surprisingly good), but it’s a great way to blow off a little steam after dinner and have a good time. Those video games aren’t just for kids!

 

— The best time at Broadway is Crocodile Rocks, a dueling pianos bar. It’s an interactive experience that will have your group singing and laughing!

 

— I’m not much on dancing, but if it’s what your group likes, head to Malibu’s Surf Bar and you will have ample opportunities!

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