There is no shortage of things to do on a Myrtle Beach golf trip, and the list just got a little longer with the opening of a new Dave & Buster’s at Broadway at the Beach.
One of America’s most popular sports bar chains, Dave & Buster’s is a 40,000-square-foot playground, complete with hundreds of video games and televisions.
The D&B menu features an array of burgers, pasta, steak, appetizers and a creative drink menu that makes it an ideal landing spot for golfers after the final putt of the day finds its home.
While the menu offers traditional sports bar specialties, don’t sell the cooks in the kitchen short. The food is good and there is even a healthy-ish side of the menu – I’m looking at you grilled, smoked chicken wings.
That being said, it’s generally best to ignore the calorie count (at least while you are on vacation) and enjoy a vibrant atmosphere that can deliver hours of post-golf entertainment.
The eat-and-play special will provide dinner and $10 worth of video game credits for less than $20, which is a great way to start an evening. But consider yourself warned: you will almost certainly go back for more video game credits.
If you think you are getting to old to spend that much time playing games, think again. You will be shocked at how quickly you get sucked in, whether it’s skiing, Pacman or pop-a-shot.
Located where Hard Rock Cafe used to be (the old pyramid was torn down and a new building erected in its place), Dave & Buster’s enjoys a prime location and it’s hardly the only new addition to the Celebrity Square lineup at Broadway at the Beach.
Among the other new establishments are Carolina Ale House, American Tap House and Wahlburgers, and the always popular Broadway Louie’s has moved locations and been completely remodeled. For those of you that enjoy Crocodile Rocks, the dueling piano bar, rest easy; it’s still there and offering a rollicking good time.
The changes have breathed new life into Broadway at the Beach and ensured that it will remain Myrtle Beach’s most popular landing spot for groups in search of food and nightlife.