Recently established attractions, restaurants and bars, add fun flair to upcoming season
Everyone knows there is a lot going on in Myrtle Beach off the golf course. So, when you’re ready to take a break from the fairways and explore, here are some fun new places to eat, drink, and have a blast with your friends and family.
One very exciting development for the beach in 2019 is the construction of a 55,000 square-foot Topgolf facility. The project, which is coming together nicely in anticipation of its early spring opening, is conveniently located across the street from Broadway at the Beach and will provide a full food and beverage menu as well as Topgolf’s signature high-tech golf range. The game involves players scoring points by hitting golf balls into targets on an interactive driving range. Private event spaces will be available for groups.
Open daily from 11 a.m. until late night, Tin Roof is another new place music enthusiasts in your group will love. The restaurant and bar, known for its live music scene, overlooks both the world-famous Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and the Atlantic Ocean. With delicious food, beautiful views, and great live music, Tin Roof’s fun, inclusive atmosphere makes for a great time whether you’re just stopping in for lunch/dinner or coming to check out a show. See a full list of Tin Roof’s events and entertainment here.
Lucy Buffett’s LuLu’s in North Myrtle Beach opened this past June at Barefoot Landing and has quickly gained an outstanding reputation for mouth-watering food and a family-friendly atmosphere. At LuLu’s, taking a break from the golf course means taking in great food, live music, and phenomenal views of the Intracoastal Waterway, all while celebrating life with good friends and loved ones. Grab a drink and get some sand between your toes. Everyone is sure to love LuLu’s.
There are a lot of new sights, sounds, and tastes to check out this year on the Grand Strand. Check out our News & Travel page to see everything that’s happening!