Quality Inn & Suites
1601 Hwy 17 North
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
Phone: (843) 272-6153
Fax: (843) 272-4963
Bars & Cafes
This casual neighborhood corner pub draws locals and visitors alike. Daily lunch specials 11a to 2:30p for USD6.75, as well as evening specials. On Friday and Saturday, diners can enjoy a complete Ribeye Steak Dinner for USD13. Happy Hour Monday through Friday 4p to 7p with USD1 hot dogs or 35-cent shrimp, wings or tacos. The dinner menu includes Hamburger Steak, hand-breaded shrimp, fish or oyster basket. Full bar service. Live entertainment on Friday and Saturday, Karaoke on Thursday and Sunday. Social events also include dance contests and porch parties on the back deck. On-site parking is available. -Natasha Lawrence
This spot definitely caters to the sports fan; there are TVs everywhere so you can root for your favorite teams. The menu is standard American fare, but the food is very good and inexpensive. Different specials are offered on different nights of the week. For example, Wednesday night is 2 for 1 drinks for ladies and half price appetizers in the bar. If you're not interested in sports, you can log on the Internet and check your email in the Internet Lounge. Enjoy a cappuccino while you surf.
This award wining restaurant is Chef owned and operated. Chef Eric Masson welcomes you to enjoy his unique low country French cuisine. Located in a 1910 historic Victorian house, the Brentwood features five elegant private dining rooms with two bars, five fireplaces, a piano bar upstairs and an impressive wine collection. This beautiful property is an ideal setting for all your small and large catering needs and can host casual or upscale wedding ceremony and reception. Open for dinner year round Monday to Saturday at 4:30 pm. Log on to their website to learn about cooking class, Chef tasting dinner and special menus for all major holidays.
For more than 25 years, Rossi's has been making diners rave over their succulent veal, chicken and eggplant dishes made 'a la Rossi' homemade style. The restaurant is located in the Galleria Center, a nondescript strip mall near Restaurant Row. The extensive menu has a nice mix of standard Italian dishes, as well as some unique creations like their own Saltimbocca. Don't forget to ask about daily specials and after dinner, guests can venture over to the Eighty-Eights piano bar.
Here's a local hot spot that offers up three clubs to its patrons. With whatever you choose, there will be live entertainment every night. At Next Level, when they're not playing beach tunes and oldies, they'll have special guest bands appearing on Wednesday nights. Club Touch features current dance, hip-hop and techno music along with a state-of-the-art video system. The Starlight Room is a blast from the past with its variety shows and classic tunes. You must be 21 or over to enter. 2001 offers a deli menu, valet parking and banquet facilities.
Restaurant Row's Galleria Shopping Plaza is where you will find Barons Steaks & Spirits, a restaurant that offers you succulent steaks and a wonderful wine list. This steakhouse advertizes itself as the "Best Steaks on the Beach", and patrons largely tend to agree. Signature steaks like Buster's beef tips and Fulton mountain steak are delicious, as are traditional hand-cut varieties like the Black Angus filet mignon and Myrtle Beach Surf and Turf. There is also some scrumptious seafood to be had. Apart from the red and white wines, the drinks menu includes draft and bottled beers.
The Backyard is located on popular "Restaurant Row" and it serves as a good spot to catch any type of sports on TV. From all the major American leagues to Bundesliga games, chances are you'll find it here. The bar has specials all night, and those from the kitchen change nightly as well. The menu is extensive and filled with typical bar grub like wings, burgers, sandwiches, etc. Every day the 3-7p happy hour is always a hit with cheap domestic beers and well-drinks. With a daily specials like this, it's not surprising to find out that the Backyard is not only known as a great spot to watch sports.
Irish heritage and beer ooze from the walls of this hallowed establishment in Myrtle Beach. It's a popular after-golf spot, where diners can order traditional Irish stew, fish & chips, sandwiches and other finger foods. Of course, you'll find Guinness on tap as well as friendly barkeeps and servers who serve it. If you need a pick-me up, try one of their "Coffees of the World", the French is made with Grand Marnier, the Italian with Amaretto and Swedish has vanilla vodka.
For over 30 years, Ocean Annie's has provided fun under the sun for tourists, locals, passers-by and others who find themselves ambling along Shore Drive. The bar always provides live music and its beachfront patio is a perfect spot to watch the waves. Behind the bar there is a full panoply of domestic and imported beers and on the menu you'll find typical pub grub like burgers, sandwiches, salads, etc. Additionally, if you're staying at the Sands Beach Club Resort, don't forget to ask the front desk about specials and other events.
Collector's Cafe And Gallery gives you a unique dining experience with its art gallery, eclectic dining rooms, coffee house and lounge. The Mediterranean inspired cuisine is just sublime. It is not only a culinary feast but also a visual feast with creative art display all around. Where would you find a magnificent huge sculpture suspended from the ceiling, but here! Check out the various dining rooms and marvel at the unique decor of each one of them. It is quite tricky to find it as it is tucked away in Myrtle Beach, so keep your eyes wide open to get there.
Part of the Myrtle Beach social scene, this stop along the Broadway at the Beach trail offers full bar service with creative mixed drinks, jello shots and a wide selection of beers. There is no cover charge and there's a bouncer at the front door. It gets very busy on Friday and Saturday nights. You can sample almost any drink with a crazy name such as the Triple Bipass or Category 5 Hurricane. A popular place with the locals, Fat Tuesday has a jukebox for music and television screens on the walls. -Natasha Lawrence
Located at Broadway at the Beach, this hot night spot for socializing gets busy Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. If you like jukebox tunes, a full bar and a happy hour with drink specials and discounted snacks, this is the place to go. The ambiance is relaxed, so dress casual. The two other Sharkey's locations are at 600 North Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach and 1900 Highway 17 North in Surfside Beach. -Natasha Lawrence