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One of the great features of a golf trip in Myrtle Beach is that you can mix multiple sports into an outing. After a round of 18, you can catch the game at one of these awesome local sports bars that have a ton of character, great food and drinks, and plenty of TVs:
Dead Dog Saloon
When you’re craving seafood and want to eat it from a spot where you can actually see where it was caught, head to Dead Dog. Situated on the tidal marshes and creeks of Murrells Inlet, just 20 minutes south of Myrtle Beach, this place serves up awesome meals with a view. Despite the slightly morbid name, this MarshWalk spot comes alive at kickoff and tip-off.
Overtime Sports Cafe
Swap your polo for your jersey and head to Overtime Sports Cafe in North Myrtle Beach. The national sports bar/wing joint chains ain’t got nothing on Overtime. With more than 150 TVs, plus a 12-foot video wall and four 10-foot-wide projection screens, you’ll always have a clear view of every touchdown or turnover.
After finding solace on the fairways, come back to the center of the action at Broadway Louie’s, located at the popular shopping/dining/entertainment complex Broadway at the Beach. You can split a New York-style pizza and a 44 oz. pitcher of their famous Pigskin Punch.
Dave & Buster's
Victory over bitter rivals tastes better at Dave & Buster’s. On Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays, Dave & Buster’s has an awesome lineup of game-day deals like $5 appetizers. You can wash it all down with more than two dozen beers to choose from.
Dagwood’s Deli and Sports Bar
Sometimes, all you need is a giant sub sandwich, loaded with huge amounts of turkey, ham or roast beef and all your favorite toppings. Dagwood’s Deli serves up amazing subs – the kind that take two hands to grip. They also have a wide selection of domestic and craft beers to sip on while you watch the game.
King Street Grille
If loser is buying, open a tab at King String Grille. Their made-from-scratch menu features memorable dishes like Sweet Tea Fried Chicken and 5 Herb Salmon. But before you get to the entrees, you’ve got to go through their impressive appetizers, like pimento cheese balls and certified Angus beef sliders. Get comfortable and enjoy all four quarters at their Myrtle Beach or Murrells Inlet location.
Come to the Grand Strand hungry for great golf and equally great food, at a quality eatery where you can watch all the weekend games live. Just be sure to book through MyrtleBeachGolf.com sooner rather than later to get the lowest rates.