It’s the biggest game of the year. Where will you watch it? At home? No offense, but you’re in Myrtle Beach, you can do WAY better. The Grand Strand has plenty of places to watch the Super Bowl that are sure to be a blast!
We’ve taken a look at some of the hotspots around town for you to see the new (or repeating champion) crowned in February.
Big screens, delicious food, excellent service. You can find it all over the place in Myrtle Beach. Whether you need buffalo wings to root on your Bills or steak and shrimp to support the Saints, there’s a spot for you to watch the game around here.
Great Places to Watch Super Bowl 55 in Myrtle Beach
Buffalo Wild Wings
The home of the king of buffalo wings. Lots of TVs, fast, friendly service, and hot and delicious food. You’ll feel right at home, no matter which team you’re rooting for. Try out the new orange sauce for your wings – it’s awesome!
B-Dubs has a fun atmosphere no matter where you visit them, so you can imagine what a blast you’ll have on game day.
Start off with southwest chicken egg rolls, homemade chili, or cheese garlic bread – Bumstead’s has a stellar lineup of appetizers. Then choose from cheesesteaks, fish-n-chips, or the famous Dagwood Burger – a 12-ounce, double-decker with sauteed mushrooms, bacon, and more.
Bumstead’s has been a local favorite for 30 years. You’ll want to return for more every time you visit Myrtle Beach.
Handley's Pub & Grub
Specialties such as the bacon-burger mac-and-cheese will possibly steal your attention from the game! They take their wings seriously at Handley’s – in orders of as much as 20, in flavors such as mango habanero, old bay, and tangy garlic.
It’s a cozy neighborhood bar with a comfy patio, perfect for Super Bowl Sunday. Handley’s serves a selection of more than 50 beers, domestic to handcrafted, import, and high-octane.
King Street Grill
Attentive service and killer quesadillas (steak or chicken). Now that’s the way to celebrate Super Bowl Sunday. Even if the game is a blowout, you’ll enjoy your meal at King Street Grille. Pick the chicken Chesapeake sandwich or pesto chicken pita for a taste of their specialties.
King Street Grille is likely to become part of your Myrtle Beach routine if it isn’t already. The diverse menu and friendly staff make for an incredible dining experience.
The Landing at The Boathouse
It’s a great place for food – with a view of the Intracoastal Waterway (for when there are commercials on.) Start out with firecracker shrimp or homemade cheese string sticks, leading up to fish and chips or fried oysters. Oh, and be sure to try the jalapeno pimento cheeseburger while you’re here.
Come back on a Friday to enjoy live music, especially when you can sit outside.
Dave & Buster's
A great place for games (and to watch games) is awesome for Super Bowl Sunday. It’s a fun place to spend any day, and the food is pretty good, too. Grab a chimichurri bowl while you watch the Super Bowl.
The staff takes social distancing precautions seriously to provide a safe environment. The drinks are superb, so get your game on while you watch the big game.
Oscar's Food & Spirits
The food here is extraordinary. Professional service, too. From the macho nachos to cajun wings to Oscar’s club, you’re in for a treat. Build your own burger, or pick a taco salad with beef or chicken.
You’ll find good prices and excellent atmosphere for Super Bowl Sunday. Also, cold beer and reasonable prices.
Stay at Compass Cove for the Big Game!
A nice place to stay, at a great value. That’s Compass Cove Resort. Get a spacious, clean, comfortable room with an ocean view – and a Starbucks on-site. Plus, heated pools for your post-Super Bowl swim. You’ll love it here! Check out the spectacular accommodations available at Compass Cove and book your stay today.