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Estimated cost: $10-15 per person
burgers, sushi, waterfront-view
- Sunday-Saturday: 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm
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Unless you’re a certain type of college student, burgers and sushi probably sounds like an odd combination. But don’t take the name so literally – one or the other is perfectly acceptable. In fact, for couples or groups with divergent tastes, it’s nice to have the option between the two. That said, the two cuisines couldn’t be much more different from each other. Burgers, popularized in the United States and known around the world as a hearty, filling, and sometimes greasy sandwich, are the opposite of what comes to mind when you think of sushi, which is traditionally a lean, clean, healthy affair. But that’s where the differences end. In recent years, restaurants and chefs around the world have taken great liberties with both, creating new genres to keep up with the ever-evolving tastes of the masses. This is the intersection where ART Burger Sushi Bar exists – creative burgers and sushi, both available in classical or contemporary forms.
ART Burger Sushi Bar Food
Let’s start with the Something to Share section, a collection of updates and fusions. Art House Fries and Sweet Potato Fries represent standard burger bar fare, while the Ahi Tuna Lollipops (wakame salad, soy ginger reduction) and Firecracker Shrimp (sake, garlic chili paste, avocado lime dipping sauce) take up the flag for contemporary sushi bar items. Somewhere in the middle, instead of standard cheese sticks, ART offers house-made Fried Mozzarella Wontons with fresh tomato jam, and the Chicken and Dumplings are Japanese in spirit, as opposed to Southern. Because all of the bu
ART Burger Sushi Bar Atmosphere
This space is a new revelation for Myrtle Beach – a narrow, Cosmopolitan strip of restaurant with local paintings (for sale) greeting guests on their way to the dining area. The décor is contemporary beach-themed, with nods to the minimalist economy of traditional sushi spaces – sleek surfaces, industrial hues. Asymmetrical wooden planks also line most of the walls – think washed-up driftwood shaped into eye-pleasing formations. Flanking the back end of the bar space is a nitrogen machine, where a bartender is usually busy crafting extra-cold concoctions, with a cool, weightless fog emitting from the process. The menu, the atmosphere, the design – each of them ART, indeed.
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