01 Feb 2024
February 1, 2024

Super Bowl

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Great places to watch Super Bowl 2024 in Myrtle Beach

The Avenue at Broadway at the Beach is home to several bars and restaurants perfect for watching football. Enjoy a Wahlbrewski and burger at Wahlburgers, a casual dining spot owned by the Wahlberg brothers. Keep the whole family entertained at Dave and Buster’s, with an arcade, full food and drink menu, a large wall of TVs, and comfortable seating. American Tap House us a gastropub with lots of TVs and craft beers. At Broadway Louie’s you’ll find projection screens, arcade games, and beer pitchers.

Buffalo Wild Wings
Though this isn’t a local spot, Buffalo Wild Wings in Myrtle Beach has gotten entertaining Super Bowl fans down to a science. Watch the game in the bar area to enjoy crisp beers and wings from kick-off until the presentation of the Lombardi Trophy. Order a different sauce or seasoning every quarter of the game to accompany any of the 26 wing flavors on the menu.

Bully’s Pub located at Barefoot Landing offers great drinks and food specials with large screen TVs to enjoy the Big Game.

Cali Bakers
$100 Per Person
Ticket includes all food & drinks throughout the entirety of the party!

Carolina Ale House offers large tables to enjoy the game with more than 50 TVs, craft beer and great food. However, if you’re choosing to watch the Big Game at home, Carolina Ale House has you covered for your catering needs.

Dagwood’s Deli and Bumstead’s Pub
Watch Super Bowl LVIII from this Myrtle Beach sports bar to indulge in the jumbo deli sandwiches or any of the delicious finger foods on the menu at Dagwood’s Deli next door. Grab a seat at the bar to enjoy the game alongside fellow sports fans, or opt for a booth to catch every play (or the puppy bowl) on your personal TV. 

Dead Dog Saloon
Locals and visitors look forward to watching the Super Bowl at Dead Dog Saloon in Murrells Inlet every year. Whether the two dozen TVs or buckets of beer draw you in, this bar and grill is worth it.  Arrive early to get in on a friendly wager and eat your weight in chicken wings and chili. If football isn’t your jam, you can at least enjoy the waterway views.

Handley’s Pub & Grub
If nearly 30 large-screen TVs and 70 beers don’t convince you to go to Handley’s Pub and Grub in Myrtle Beach for the Super Bowl, perhaps the awesome wings, queso dip, and loaded mac and cheese will. If the game goes south, play pool or visit with locals to salvage the day.  

Hickory Tavern is offering a 2024 Super Bowl Watch Party! Each quarter of the game, they will be giving away prizes! Be sure to stay until the end of the Big Game to have your chance at winning FREE wings for a year! If you’re choosing to stay home, no worries! Hickory Tavern also offers Tailgate Platters, view the menu here.

King Street Grille
You can watch the Super Bowl at King Street Grille in Myrtle Beach on the TVs lining the walls indoors and out, from any table you choose. The scratch-made food is a plus, and this bar is known to offer great game-day specials on drinks and appetizers. The location in the popular Market Common district makes hailing a cab the three miles back to Paradise Resort a cinch.

The Landing at The Boathouse
Raise a glass of homebrew to toast the Super Bowl at The Landing at the Boathouse in Myrtle Beach.  Anyone with a taste for southern-style food and bar bites backed by a better-than-average beer will appreciate this spot. Locals recommend the Chicken Bog Balls and smoked wings, but the menu includes options for any tastes. The Landing at the Boathouse is known for its live music, so you can bet the sound system will be put to good use during the game of the year.

Oscar’s Food & Spirits may be the hub for Pittsburgh Steelers fans, but they welcome all football fans, providing great service and ways to watch the Big Game. They throw a large celebration with multiple specials you won’t want to miss out on!

Riptydz The Riptydz
“SUPER BOWL LVIII” Party – Sunday, February 11th @ 6:00!
🏈🏈🏈 Watch it on the LARGEST DIGITAL TV on the Beach!

Walk-Ons, located on Highway 501, is one of the area’s newest and best sports bars. The Cajun-centric menu is outstanding and there are TVs everywhere. You don’t have to worry about craning your neck to see a game, no matter where you sit. Large TVs are in front of you and the food is outstanding, especially the jalapeno jack burger.

Wild Wing Café
Wild Wing Café in North Myrtle Beach is way more than a chicken shack. This sports bar offers excellent entertainment year-round, including on Super Bowl Sunday. There’s no better pairing than wings and beer, except maybe wings, beer, and football. Thanks to plenty of TVs and an awesome game-day spread, you won’t sweat the 14-mile drive from Paradise Resort.