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OK all you Mexican food lovers, your time has come! Banditos Restaurant and Cantina has opened its doors. With a nice selection of Mexican food fare, a touch of Latin influenced and Caribbean food, Banditos Restaurant is opened for business. Banditos Restaurant owner, Chip Smith, has agreed to build a 425 feet extension to the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. This extension will give Myrtle Beach boardwalkers direct access to the restaurant from the boardwalk. With it's menu created by former Nacho Hippo chef Sean Christenson, Banditos Restaurant and Cantina is certain to turn out some dynamite Mexican food! Here are just of few of the items found on the menu: ...
Myrtle Beach Boardwalk Restaurants Oceanfront Bar & Grill on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk With wide open views of the boardwalk and the Atlantic Ocean, good food, cold drinks and pleasant staff, it's the ultimate stop after a long day at the beach. Ocean Front Bar & Grill was originally known as Ocean Front Tavern. In 1935, there was a beer garden built over the beach on a wooden patio which was removed in 1940 to make way for a new 12-foot wide concrete walkway. The business was bought by a new owner and renamed Ocean Front Restaurant. In 1948, Johnny Burroughs bought the eatery, and Ocean Front Grill was born. In 1954, Hurricane Hazel took out the boardwalk. ...
Through wars, numerous hurricanes, and even the closing of it's close friend, The Myrtle Beach Pavilion, The Bowery, has been a Myrtle Beach music institution since 1944. Located just off the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, The Bowery has entertained millions and it's bartenders have probably tapped more mugs of beer than just about anywhere else. From the months of March to October, The Bowery is open 7 days a week, 11am to 4am. The music starts rocking at 8:30 and the joint really jumps to life. It's fun, lively, entertaining and most of all, relaxing. The Bowery house band from 1973-1980 was this country rock group named Alabama, who went on to sale millions of albu...
Whether you are kicking off a night on the town, or winding down after a day playing in the water, try the Second Avenue Pier Restaurant Open Air Bar. With a wraparound deck that features comfy couches & chairs that are great for relaxing. To help you enjoy your visit even more, purchase a Open Air Bar at Second Avenue Pier Restaurant $25 Gift Certificate for only $10. Located at the most southern end of the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, it's location is convenient and you'll find plenty of off street parking. View the Atlantic, and take advantage of the famous ocean breeze. Grab a cocktail table with friends for a round of appetizers & beers and sit back, relax...