The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk is quickly becoming a staple along the Grand Strand. Already dubbed a success, this wonderful 1.2 mile walkway grants visitors with fantastic ocean views all while immersed within the Myrtle Beach strip. From beachwear stores, to plenty of restaurant choices, you’ll find a little bit of everything along the Boardwalk. We have compiled a list of businesses that you will find as you walk the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk.
Pier 14 Restaurant & Lounge – Located at the northernmost point of the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, Pier 14 offers delectable seafood with a spectacular view. Dine on fresh tuna and shrimp or try some of their amazing steaks cooked to order. Pier 14 also offers a full pier complete with fishing areas, a gift shop and majestic, romantic views. Pro tip: Gentleman, sleeved shirts are required after 4:30 PM for dinner service.
Myrtle Beach Skywheel – One of the area’s biggest attractions, the Myrtle Beach Skywheel has quickly become one of the staple landmarks on the boardwalk. Standing 187 feet tall, this Ferris wheel can be seen from several miles away. The Skywheel is the second tallest extant Ferris wheel in North America.
LandShark Bar & Grill – Adjacent to the Skywheel, this contemporary restaurant and bar offers your favorite dishes with a twist. With plenty of LandShark on tap, try some chicken wings with a variety of sauces. Or try one of their award winning burgers. All of this with the amazing SkyWheel and ocean as your backdrop.
Mo Moon’s Beachside Burgers & Beer – One of the premier oceanfront hangouts on the entire Grand Strand, Mo Moon’s is a Myrtle Beach quintessential must visit. With appetizers such as jalapeno Pimento cheese dip and mouth-watering burgers, Mo Moon’s continues to be a local and tourist favorite.+
Gay Dolphin Gift Cove – Of all the classic beachwear stores you will inevitably witness while in Myrtle Beach, the Gay Dolphin Gift Cove remains the staple. Family owned and operated since 1946, this 26,000 square foot landmark is the largest gift shop on the east coast. Souvenirs galore, explore this metropolis of treasures while at the beach.
Abraham’s Gyros – Authentic Greek spot for all things gyro, Abraham’s Gyros will not let you down. Not to mention great pizza and delicious falafels, this boardwalk treat is a delightful surprise when thinking about lunch.
Iggy’s Italian Ices – Nothing says summer like Iggy’s Italian Ice! One of a kind charismatic staff members serving homemade banana splits, root beer floats, ice cream and of course, Italian Ices will satisfy any sweet tooth craving.
Fun Plaza – Relive the skee ball days of yonder as you teach your kids what games without a screen were once like. This family centered arcade has all of your favorite games with plenty of prizes to win bragging rights over. If you’re looking for a fun time that the whole family will enjoy, stop on in to Fun Plaza.
Dirty Don’s Oyster Bar & Grill – An all around entertaining time, Dirty Don’s is not your grandmother’s oyster bar. With colorful characters and amazing seafood pots, come experience some good southern hospitality and good eats!
Oceanfront Bar & Grill – The largest outdoor seating along the boardwalk, Oceanfront Bar and Grill exudes the tradition of boardwalk bars. A friendly and relaxed atmosphere all around as well as live music, daily, pull up a seat and enjoy people watching and a delicious meal.
Plyler Park – An amazing open air park rests alongside the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. A one block distance of unobstructed ocean view makes this a truly unique aspect of any boardwalk in the country. With manicured grass, stop and marvel in the beautiful landscape you are enjoying here at the beach! Plyler Park in the summer has nightly activities including free concerts in the park as well as kids’ carnivals and special performances.
8th Ave Tiki Bar & Grill – Coconut shrimp, Hawaiian burgers, great happy hour with over 100 beers to choose from, the 8th Ave Tiki Bar does it right. Stop in for a quick libation or chill and hang out with the friendly staff and locals.
Sweet Frog – A frozen treat hits the spot on a hot day at the beach. Fortunately, Sweet Frog is on the boardwalk to save the day. Combining traditional and zanny yogurt flavors, Sweet Frog then offers dessert lovers with a litany of buffet choices. Load up with your favorite candy bar crumbles or fresh fruit and whip cream, the possibilities are insane.
2nd Ave Pier Restaurant & Bar – The southern point of the Boardwalk marks the beginning of a great time at the 2nd Ave Pier. Count your blessings as you admire the vast landscape of the Atlantic from a three story vantage point. Grab a drink on the rooftop bar or enjoy on the second floor, this unique bar and restaurant is the perfect end to walk on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk.
There are plans underway to expand the Boardwalk due to its tremendous success. Keep checking back for updates.