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102 THINGS TO DO IN MYRTLE BEACH
60. Sports Bars

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Sports Bars

If you’re a sports fan, chances are you’ll want to check out one of Myrtle Beach’s game-watching venues while you’re on vacation. As technology improves, so do sports bars —screens are getting bigger and bigger and picture quality is becoming increasingly realistic, which translates to heightened enjoyment for the avid sports fans among us. As with any genre of alcohol-serving establishment, some are family-friendly and others are best left to grown-ups. Not to worry though, the Grand Strand is home to all sorts of everything, including sports bars that you can take the whole family to, and places you can go to be an adult among other adults while you watch the game. As with any genre of alcohol-serving establishment, some are family-friendly and others are best left to grown-ups. Not to worry though, the Grand Strand is home to all sorts of everything, including sports bars that you can take the whole family to, and places you can go to be an adult among other adults while you watch the game. Not to worry though, the Grand Strand is home to all sorts of everything, including sports bars that you can take the whole family to, and places you can go to be an adult among other adults while you watch the game.

Dave & Buster’s

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Dave & Buster’s is the ultimate entertainment destination at Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach! Dave & Buster’s, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, operates over 120 large-venue, high-volume restaurant/entertainment complexes throughout North America. The exciting environment of Dave & Buster’s also provides the perfect setting for corporate events and group parties. Dave & Buster’s offers an impressive selection of high-quality food and beverage items, combined with the latest games and attractions.

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King Street Grille

Equipped with all of the major sports packages and numerous HD tv’s that are visible from virtually anywhere in the bar, this bar and grille is a great family-friendly option for the die-hard sports fan. The food is at least a notch or two above typical bar fare, and if the game (or games) that you’re invested in go into overtime, you can always let the others take a stroll through the scenic streets of The Market Common while you wait to see who wins.

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Wild Wing Cafe

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Pretty much every drinkery that can be classified as a sports bar serves wings, but not all of them specialize in them. This Barefoot Landing restaurant and bar offers up 33 homemade flavors to satisfy your deep-fried chicken urges, not to mention lots of big screens for your sporting event-viewing pleasure.

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Buffalo Wild Wings

With two locations on the Grand Strand, this national chain offers locals and visitors exactly what it looks like in the commercials — big wings, big televisions, and big sound. B-Dub (as it’s referred to by fans) is a great place to watch the important games since the atmosphere somewhat resembles the feel of packed stadium.

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Fat Jack’s Wings & Things

Fat Jack’s Wings & Things has been around for more than 40 years at various locations and recently saw new ownership in 2013. But the same tasty chicken wings and other things keep locals and visitors coming back for more. Junior Kemp and Debby Kolar haven’t changed much; if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

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Oscar’s Food & Spirits

Visitors and transplants from the Steel City swear there’s a time portal at Oscar’s front door that magically transports them back to Pittsburgh. Oscar’s, which is owned and operated by native Pittsburghers, is a sports bar, restaurant and locals hangout all rolled into one, but on fall Sundays it becomes the home of wayward Steelers fans.

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Bumstead’s Pub

Bumstead’s is considered more of a bar than a restaurant, as the name indicates, but the locally owned English pub/sports bar also manages to serve a good meal to go with the good times. Adjoining the popular Dagwood’s Deli, Bumstead’s has its own identity as a bar but shared the same commitment to quality grub.

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