Top Dining to Broadway at the Beach
Broadway at the Beach is known for being Myrtle Beach’s premier spot for family fun and entertainment. But, did you know that Broadway also boasts an impressive lineup of fantastic kid-friendly dining options? From south of the border favorites to an eclectic brew house, you can find just about everything at this bustling outdoor venue. Check out some of the visitor favorites at Broadway at the Beach:
This Broadway favorite is the perfect spot to catch your favorite game or connect with your inner child! Broadway’s only sports bar, Broadway Louie’s stays busy throughout the year and serves up the area’s best bar grub while maintaining a family friendly atmosphere until the late evening hours. The front portion of the restaurant offers plenty of seating and wall to wall TVs and projections screens while the back portion is filled with a plethora of both classic and modern arcade games. Call (843) 445-6885 for more information.
Liberty Steakhosue & Brewery
Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery offers an eclectic atmosphere and creative cuisine that keeps both visitors and locals coming back time and time again. Nosh on happy hour snacks like pretzel bites, succulent wings, or even a pint of bacon and then dig in to one of their hearty entrees like homestyle meatloaf, fish n’ chips, or southern fried chicken. Grab a seat on the spacious outdoor patio and take in the bustling Broadway views. Call (843) 626-4677 for more information.
This American classic boasts being the home of “the original hamburger” and the food definitely doesn’t disappoint. The 50’s style diner vibes and fast, friendly service are just a few of the perks guests can look forward to. Menu items consist of American classic like hand pressed burgers, philly cheese steaks, hotdogs, salads, baskets, and handspun milkshakes and floats. Kids in particular love the unique atmosphere and delectable menu selections. Call (843) 448-8575 for more information.
Landry’s Seafood has been a Myrtle Beach tradition for over 20 years and shows no sign of slowing down any time soon. A great place for a more adult evening or girls’ night on the town, Landry’s offers a chic, fun New Orleans flare and the beach’s freshest seafood. Get started with an order of the flash fried calamari, the shrimp enbrochette, or oysters on the half shell or with a generous bowl of the famous Landry’s gumbo. For dinner, guests can choose from a wide selection of favorites like stuffed flounder, crawfish etouffee, BBQ shrimp, and cranberry pecan crusted mahi – to name just a few. The mouthwatering cuisine and fun atmosphere make this seafood spot a Broadway favorite! Call (843) 444-1010 for more information.
King Kong Sushi
Sushi experts and beginners alike will love the tantalizing bites offered at King Kong Sushi. Whether you prefer cooked rolls with items like eel, crab, shrimp or fresh favorites like tuna, salmon, and snapper, you are sure to find plenty of creative concoctions to suit your tastes. If, however, you are with guests who are not a fan of sushi or aren’t a fan yourself – fret not! King Kong also offers several grilled chops and plenty of Asian favorites like hibachi and ceviche. King Kong also offers a generous lineup of lunch specials throughout the year. Call (843) 626-2444 for more information.
The Mythical World of MagiQuest
Step through a portal in time at MagiQuest, an enchanted world where mythical creatures come to life and only you have the power to save the day with the wave of your magic wand. Conveniently located in the heart of it all at Broadway at the Beach, MagiQuest is an interactive game from Medievel times that allows players to search for gold and other artifacts in a quest to slay the Red Dragon and restore order. This exciting attraction is fun for children of all ages and the perfect place to beat the heat or escape a rare rainy day at the beach.
Players start the game by purchasing a wand and loading it with magic powers you will need along your journey. Novices begin by practicing their touch with the wand and collecting clues that will help you achieve your goal. If you really want to jazz things up, you can also purchase unique toppers for you want to add a bit of flare and personality.
Once you've proven your worth with the wand, embark on an exciting mission around the over 20,000-square foot indoor kingdom by rescuing a unicorn, battling the goblin king, and retrieving and returning the jewels to the princess - to name a few. You will also meet all kinds of friendly creatures and characters along the way like pixies, fairies, wizards, and even dragons!
Utilizing the latest in technology and 3-D digital hologram graphics, MagiQuest presents a believable walk through a world of make-believe for children and adults with vivid imaginations. Players can add to their points and playing time by following the trail of clues to hidden gold and jewels. Dig through volumes of books and artifacts that help piece together the puzzle that leads to the ultimate showdown. It's like reality Dungeons and Dragons! The best part is, the wand remembers your progress, so guests can come back the next year or visit another MagiQuest location and pick up right where they left off.
A final faceoff with the Red Dragon requires players to display the knowledge and skill they have gained with the magic wand. Slay the dragon, save the princess, and receive new missions to reach the next level of knighthood.
MagiQuest is located at 1185 Celebrity Circle in Myrtle Beach at Broadway at the Beach. It is open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on the weekends. For more information, call 843-916-1800.
Myrtle Beach Events: October Rundown
October is right around the corner, a popular fall month to take time off and enjoy the slower pace that Myrtle Beach is known for. Fall offers mild temps, diminished crowns, and am impressive lineup of bustling festivals. Curious about the happenings near Coral Beach Resort? Check out our top picks:
Festa Italiana – October 10th – 12th
Come out to Broadway at the Beach during Columbus Day weekend and re-connect with your inner Italian! This lively event will feature plenty live entertainment and street performers, several local arts and crafts vendors, a wide array of kid’s activities like games, face painting, and contests, and – of course – plenty of authentic Italian eats. Guests can look forward to getting their fill of zesty meatballs in marinara, hand tossed pizzas, homemade pastas like ravioli and lasagna, tiramisu, cannolis, gelato, and much more. This three day festival runs from 5pm – 9pm on Friday, 12pm – 8pm on Saturday, and 12pm – 6pm on Sunday.
Downtown Myrtle Beach Oktoberfest – October 11th
The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk is home to the area’s biggest and best annual Oktoberfest celebration – and you won’t want to miss out on the fun! This year’s live entertainment lineup boasts a wide array of regional favorites like Joal Rush & The Wares, A Nickel Bag of Funk, and Dino Capone’s School of Rock – to name a few – that will perform on the boardwalk’s oceanfront stage. Guests can also take advantage of tasty Oktoberfest food vendors and the area’s most expansive and diverse beer garden. There will also be a designated kids area with games, rides, and contests for the little ones. The fun kicks off at noon and runs until 11pm, just head to the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk to see what all the buzz is about!
Myrtle Beach Wine Fest – October 18th
Wine aficionados and neophytes alike are sure to enjoy the tasty offerings at the Myrtle Beach Wine Festival, held on October 18th at Market Common. This event offers more than 40 wines from around the world available for sampling and is run on a popular “pay as you taste” system. Admission is free and guests just pay $5 for a tasting class and then purchase tickets that can then be traded in for samples, making it easy to try everything you want and stick to a budget. The Wine Festival will also feature live entertainment, more than 20 specialty food vendors preparing tasty treats to pair with your samples, and even beer and sodas for the non-wine lovers. This event runs from 11am – 7pm at Valor Park in Market Common.