What happens on the golf course, as important as it is, is only half the fun on a trip. What you do after the final putt drops matters, and there is as much fun to be had in Myrtle Beach as any destination in America.
Amidst a sea of choices, what should top your list of nocturnal destinations?
-- Broadway at the Beach, a 23-acre shopping, dining and entertainment complex, is at the heart of Myrtle Beach’s nightlife scene. With more than 20 bars and restaurants ranging from a Japanese steakhouse to Dave & Buster’s, if your group can’t entertain itself at Broadway, it might be time to think about finding new friends. The complex remodeled a couple years ago and is better than ever. If you are going to be out late, don’t miss Crocodile Rocks, a piano bar that always delivers a great time.
-- If your group is staying along the South Strand, a trip to Murrells Inlet’s MarshWalk is a must. The ¼ mile wooden boardwalk takes you on stroll along a beautiful saltwater estuary (and Goat Island) and eight waterfront restaurants. Fresh, locally caught seafood and live music are staples of nearly every menu as Murrells Inlet is known as the Seafood Capital of South Carolina. With a menu that features everything from sushi to the catch of the day, Wicked Tuna is one of the area’s best restaurants and diners get to eat on a second-story deck, providing a panoramic view of the inlet.
-- Topgolf is still weeks from opening, but with anticipation reaching a fever pitch, it had to make our list. Located across the road from Broadway at the Beach, what better thing to do after a round of golf in Myrtle Beach than head to Topgolf to play some more? With 72 climate controlled hitting bays, hundreds of TVs, and a full service restaurant and bar, you won’t go wrong at Topgolf Myrtle Beach.