It may have all started in the early 1970s with a small, humble rock ‘n’ roll themed café in London, England, called Hard Rock Café. Visited by Eric Clapton and other 70s rock gods and goddesses, a half-century later the popular concept of dining in a themed restaurant has really caught on world wide. The building design, the décor, and the music all work together to create or re-create a theme that sets the mood. Whether you like rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia (Hard Rock Café), a singer/songwriter’s tropical paradise (Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville), snarky service and miserable staff (Dick’s Last Resort), or the old fashioned corner diner of the 1950s (Johnny Rocket’s), there’s a theme for just about everyone. Myrtle Beach is no stranger to these fabulously fun-filled dining establishments, where great food and entertainment go hand in hand. It’s like dinner and show!
Dave and Buster's
The 40,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Dave & Buster’s offers the very best in food, drink and entertainment in an upscale, modern interior. The restaurant’s mouth-watering, chef-crafted menu combines fun and flavor in American fare with items including the Pepperoni Pretzel Pull-Apart, Avocado Toast with Mexican Street Corn, and Slow-Cooked Smokehouse BBQ Ribs. Dave & Buster’s Myrtle Beach will also feature newly released dishes like the Tuscan Chicken Alfredo (you can now sub any pasta with zucchini noodles!) and The Super Stack burger piled high with two flame-grilled, 100% Angus Butcher’s Blend patties.More Info Visit Website
Step back into a time of knights and princesses at Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, a thrilling, family-friendly dinner attraction inspired by the feasts and jousting tournaments of 11th century Spain.
Guests are served a banquet of four courses as they cheer for one of six knights competing in the joust. One of many locations across the United States, Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament brings a unique, vacation experience to Myrtle Beach visitors that they are sure to never forget!More Info Visit Website
Fun Warehouse is the perfect place to let loose and has a fun time, and the best part is that this attraction is great for the whole family!
The Fun Warehouse offers a family-friendly environment that is home to an elevated go-kart track, modern arcade, laser tag, inflatables, soft play, roller skating, rollerball mini-bowling, and more! Plus, take advantage of six birthday party rooms, the Finish Line Cafe, Pit Stop Ice Cream Shop, free Wi-Fi, and many other great features.More Info Visit Website
Pirate's Table Seafood Buffet
Located in Surfside Beach, Pirate’s Table Seafood Buffet been serving up delicious Calabash-style seafood to the Grand Strand since 2011. Boasting one of the largest buffets in the area, Pirate’s Table is a family-friendly restaurant that serves anything from delicious steaks to Alaskan crab legs, and everything in-between. But the buffet isn’t the only attraction at the Pirate’s Table; this fun restaurant is home to a 10,000 gallon pool where live mermaids swim and pirates hang out. While eating, don’t be surprised if you hear cannons and pirates shouting in the background!More Info Visit Website
DinoLand Cafe, a full-service dinosaur-themed restaurant with life-sized animatronic dinosaurs, a lava mountain, and a flying dragon bar is now here in Myrtle Beach.
Located in central Myrtle Beach, DinoLand Cafe is the perfect place for the whole family! DinoLand has an entire menu devoted to every appetite, including those that are mammoth-sized. They offer a wide selection of lava mountain ribs, Dino-steaks, burgers, and more.More Info Visit Website
Polynesian Fire Live Music & Buffet Dinner Show is held at the historic St. Johns Inn in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. St. Johns Inn is an indoor venue, so the show is an indoor performance with air conditioning. The last 15 minutes of the show will be held outside (weather permitting) for the Fire Knife portion of the show featuring Malakai & Tulei Lavatai. Seating is predetermined before your arrival.More Info Visit Website
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