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 albums and win dozens of Country Music Awards such as ‘Entertainer of the Year’ and ‘Vocal Group of the Year’ just to name a few. The group considers The Bowery their home. Alabama was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2005. Did I mention they had 32 Number 1 hits!
The current house band, The Bounty Hunters have picked up right where Alabama left off. The groups fiddle player Philip Swaby, is a classically trained violinist who can just rock out a fiddle with the best of them. He truly is amazing, especially his rendition of the Charlie Daniels Band hit, “The Devil Went Down to Georgia”.
Travis Lee and The Bounty Hunters “The Devil Went Down To Georgia”
The Bowery and the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk
Make sure you stop and visit The Bowery next time you visit the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. The place is full of history and just a cool place to hang-out and have a beer.
Duffy’s Bar & Grill
Located right next door to The Bowery is Duffy’s Bar & Grill, a quaint little place with dynamite appetizers and cold drinks. It’s a bit more laid back than its neighbor.
KENNY’S KILLER NACHOS $3.50
We heat um, you eat um! Nacho chips covered in creamy nacho cheese and topped with jalapenos…
BEAR’S NACHO ORDINARY NACHO SUPREME $6.50
A heapin’ basket of tortilla chips racked with spicy chili, nacho cheese, jalapenos, diced maters, and onions.
Yawl need a fork and a bib for these!
CINDY’S CHEESE STIX $5.00
Delicious cheese stix fried to a gooey perfection and racked with marinara sauce!
STU’S SUPER SHROOMS $5.00
Beer battered mushrooms fried golden brown and served with creamy ranch dressing…
DOUBLE D’S DILL CHIPS $4.50
Dill pickle chips breaded and fried southern style!
PISTOL PETE’S PICKLED PEPPER RINGS $4.50
Mild banana peppers, lightly breaded and fried, served with creamy ranch dressing…
RAY’S POPPERS $5.50
Breaded jalapenos stuffed with cheese, fried and served with creamy ranch dressing. Ain’t nuthin better!
VIC’S FAB FRIES $3.00
An American version of a French tradition hand cut and fried to perfection!
SMOOTHIE’S CHEESE FRIES $3.50
Fresh cut fries, smothered in creamy nacho cheese, topped with jalapenos *Add hearty chili for an extra buck!
RONNIE’S GOOD OL’ ONION RINGS $3.50
A thick cut of onion slices coated in a crisp, golden beer batter & fried just right!
ROCK & ROLL PIZZA ROLLS $5.00
Lil’ ol pizzas fried and served up hot!
FIDDLIN’ PHIL’S FRIED CORN ON THA COB $5.00
Three, ½ ears of corn fried up southern style and served in a delicious garlic butter sauce!
Prices subject to change.