Sleep Inn & Suites
108 Waccamaw Pines Dr.
Myrtle Beach, SC 29579
Phone: (843) 236-0102
Fax: (843) 236-7456
Cozy, casual and friendly, those seeking simple but good local fare at a good value will be satisfied here. Located near Broadway at the Beach, families, sports enthusiasts, visitors and beach goers can dine on items off the USD2 menu while watching games on televisions. Happy Hour from 4p to 7p also offers drink and daily food specials such as wings, pizza and burgers. Open late and parking on-site is available. -Natasha Lawrence
LongHorn Steakhouse has grown to be one of the best eateries with a reputation for serving only the freshest of food. The grilled salmon with a nice char and a pinch of marinade and ginger is so genuinely made that it bears the same taste always! Order for an asparagus along with it to enhance the taste. The unique flavor and the hospitality of the staff make up a lethal combination to make your meal at LongHorn's a memorable one.
This restaurant is located near Broadway at the Beach. It offers appetizers such as shrimp and vegetable tempura and beef or tuna teriyaki. Entrees include teriyaki chicken and beef, shrimp, rib eye, filet mignon and other delicious combinations. You also get soup, house salad, shrimp appetizer, vegetables, fried rice and sherbet for dessert. The dinner is cooked in front of you on the hibachi table around which you are seated. A large of assortment of sushi is also available.
The Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery is the newest brewery on the Grand Strand. Located at Broadway at the Beach, this brewery has at least 6 different, interesting, brewed beers on tap daily. The food is good, but the menu is limited to appetizers, steaks, seafood and pizzas. A few of the entrees are marinated in ale. There is a kids menu. Pints are $2 and appetizers are half price during happy hour. Open everyday from 11 am onwards.
The atmosphere is lively with colorful Mexican decor on the walls. Located on the lake at Broadway at the Beach, Carlos 'n Charlie's invites patrons to relax on the back deck and watch the zip liners "fly" across the water. With an expansive menu, the restaurant serves fairly large portions of tasty South-of-the-Border themed cuisine. This restaurant offers a nice break from lots of walking around this large attraction. There's full bar service, happy hour and television screens on the wall for sports fans. Discount coupons can be found in local visitor discount books or in the local newspapers. -Natasha Lawrence
Amici's is one of the only places in Myrtle Beach where you can get a slice of pizza from a wood-fired oven. This traditional Neapolitan way of making pizza flash heats them, making the pizza done in less than a minute. The results are delectable and aside from pizza, the menu offers classics like ravioli, tortellini, lasagna and manicotti. Locals also recommend trying the stromboli, the 'Sicilian' and 'Gladiator Philly Steak' are big enough for two or three people.
Although the focus of the main menu is on fresh seafood, this popular and comfortable restaurant also offers steaks, hamburgers and chicken options. Located at Broadway at the Beach, diners can eat outside on the waterside deck with views of Wonderworks and other attractions. Noted entrees include the Shrimp Trio, Chicken Romano and Shrimp Brochettes. Patrons can enjoy a Happy Hour from 4p to 7p daily with specialty drinks and a variety of appetizers. Family friendly, the restaurant offers a children's menu and Early Bird Specials for those who like to dine before 5p. A line of hungry diners is known to begin after 5p during the season so plan accordingly to avoid a wait time. Save room for the delicious Cinnamon Bread Pudding or Bananas Foster. Take a leisurely stroll around the lake after a good meal to finish the day. - Natasha Lawrence
Located at Broadway at the Beach, this hot night spot for socializing gets busy Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. If you like jukebox tunes, a full bar and a happy hour with drink specials and discounted snacks, this is the place to go. The ambiance is relaxed, so dress casual. The two other Sharkey's locations are at 600 North Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach and 1900 Highway 17 North in Surfside Beach. -Natasha Lawrence
Part of the Myrtle Beach social scene, this stop along the Broadway at the Beach trail offers full bar service with creative mixed drinks, jello shots and a wide selection of beers. There is no cover charge and there's a bouncer at the front door. It gets very busy on Friday and Saturday nights. You can sample almost any drink with a crazy name such as the Triple Bipass or Category 5 Hurricane. A popular place with the locals, Fat Tuesday has a jukebox for music and television screens on the walls. -Natasha Lawrence
The menu at Planet Hollywood is good, but you don't necessarily go here for the food; you want to see the memorabilia of the famous and infamous. From footwear to hats, Planet Hollywood has it all. Large screens show trivia, movie clips and previews. Near Broadway at the Beach, this is a great place for large groups and meetings. One private room holds up to 75 people and has two 66-inch screens and one 100-inch screen for presentations and videos.
If you like crab, this is the place to eat. Joe's Crab Shack, located at Broadway at the Beach, serves more than six varieties of crab in five different ways, all year round. Don't be fooled by the extremely casual atmosphere. The restaurant is one cavernous room with large wooden tables and memorabilia from the 50's and 60's on the walls. The food is excellent and reasonably priced. Besides crab, Joe's also has soups, sandwiches, grilled tuna, shrimp, salmon, and steaks. They also pack crab for traveling.
This Brazilian churrascaria (as they are affectionately known in Brazil) is a meat-lovers paradise. Here, diners will find almost every type of meat, poultry and sausage on the traditional espetada or skewer. The way it usually works is you load up on the salad bar of hot and cold dishes, then the parade of meat starts, continually emerging from the kitchen. When you want to be served, turn the card at your seat to the green side, then when you have filled yourself up, turn it over to the red side. Of course, there is always traditional feijão negro (black bean) and arroz (rice) served on the side, but most diners usually are mesmerized by the amounts of chicken, beef, lamb and pork that come out of the kitchen. Moreover, the restaurant adds Caipirinha cocktails and imported beers to the mix, making this spot a great place to start the night.