It’s a trend that has been going on for a while. Rather than cook and host and clean up after the big game at home, why not watch it from a fabulous restaurant? There are quite a few in Myrtle Beach fit for a championship day.
Here are five favorites on the Grand Strand to spend Super Sunday.
There’s plenty of great food, a lively ambiance, and drinks to get you through. Hopefully, it’ll be a good game, too. And if your team loses, many have a decadent dessert menu to console you.
Top Spots to Spend Super Sunday
Dave & Buster’s
Bring the kids to this sports bar, which features arcade games for halftime. (Or to occupy those in your party not too interested in the game.) Especially if you don’t have a Dave & Buster’s in your town, you’ll want to make this spot a stop on your Myrtle Beach vacations. Try the new Dangerous Water Tower drink, Black & Bleu Flatbread, Original Wings, and more.
Choose from an array of beers and sandwiches in this English-style pub. The locals come here to relax with friends, so it’s a homey, friendly atmosphere. With beer from around the world, enjoy Soft Pretzels, the Dagwood Dipper Sandwich, and more.
King Street Grille
A huge selection of pub-grub classics is a must for Super Sunday, and this place gets it. With awesome steak sandwiches and burgers, what more could you need? Other all-stars on the menu: Black N Bleu Tenderloin, Pesto Chicken Pita, and Patty Melt.
The Landing at The Boathouse
This place will rock and roll for the big game. You’ll love all the great American fare and draft beer. You’re in for a great experience on the water, with an awesome view (for during commercials, of course.) Among our favorites: Fire Cracker Shrimp, Chicken Fingers, and Southern Fried Chicken handheld.
You’ll find good food, served fast and friendly, with TVs all around. Donnie’s favorite burger is the way to go, regardless of who you are rooting for. Try the Crispy Fried Pickles, Housemade Chili, Anniversary Burger, and more.