Best Bars & Nightlife for Myrtle Beach Bike Week
The beach is once again revving up for Myrtle Beach Bike Week. This year’s Myrtle Beach Bike Week Fall Rally takes place from October 1-7, 2018.
Though they can say they come for the weather or the rides, we know why bikers love to hit the beach each year — The parties. Because we know you’re here to let loose and have fun, not to read, we’ll cut straight to the chase with this list of 10 great biker-friendly Myrtle Beach bars and nightlife spots.
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Suck, Bang, Blow
3393 US-17 BUS, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
This is a must-stop bar for Myrtle Beach Bike Week. The Original Suck Bang Blow has been rocking the Inlet since 1996, featuring live music, entertainment and some of the best people-watching you’ve ever seen.
The Beaver Bar
The Beaver Bar, located in Murrells Inlet, is one of the most popular hangouts for bikers during the spring and fall Bike Week rallies.The Beaver Bar offers a variety of food and drinks, as well as well as a live music venue to keep bikers entertained during their stay.
Spokes and Bones Saloon
2340 Highway 17 S., Murrells Inlet
Formerly the Broken Spoke Saloon, Spokes and Bones features a huge parking lot and outdoor band shell where bikers can park and party in the same spot. Be sure to check out the new French Quarter, a Mardi Gras-themed area, a Speakeasy bar and the VIP lounge.
3833 Socastee Blvd., Myrtle Beach
This is the place to be during bike week, when the bar turns out to a 15-acre field for all kinds of activities. From bike and scooter races, hot-dog eating events to mud wrestling and wet T-shirt contests, patrons battle it out in all sorts of games to claim the coveted titles of Bike Week’s Top Cowboy and Miss Rathole.
Beer 30 Bar and Grill
810 Highway 17 South, Surfside Beach
It’s always Beer 30 o’clock at this popular biker hangout. Located in a strip mall, this place might not look like much from the outside, but it’s hopping during bike week. Beer 30 books bands and schedules other activities during the week and bikers and their bikes sit out front in a huge parking lot party.
Wild Horse Saloon
10785 Highway 707, Murrells Inlet
Formerly Beach Monkeys, the Wild Horse Saloon is a rocking hangout for bikers year-round. The bar features live music nightly as well as a full menu and drink specials.
Causeway Grill & Raw Bar
211 Atlantic Ave., Garden City Beach
Located in the heart of Garden City Beach, just down the street from the pier, Causeway Grill & Raw Bar is a fan favorite among the biker and non-biker crowds alike. Offering live music, karaoke and a relaxed atmosphere, Causeway is a great stop during Bike Week.
Dead Dog Saloon
With a huge back patio featuring live music and cold drinks, Dead Dog is a great place to relax and grab a bite. The parking lot is full of bikers during Bike Week, and Dead Dog welcomes the visitors with open arms.
The House of Blues
In addition to its usual awesomeness that includes great food, an awesome outdoor bar and live music, the House of Blues turns into a full-on biker bar during bike week. The party features daily live music on The Deck, and a biker-friendly week full of concerts in the music hall.
Although many bikers have decided to steer clear of the Myrtle Beach city limits, this honky-tonk in the heart of downtown is still a must-stop. Little has changed to the bar since country super-group Alabama cut their teeth here as the house band, but the new Boardwalk has sprang up around it and brought many cool new venues to the neighborhood.