5 Great Spots to Grab Dinner and a Show — All in One Place — in Myrtle Beach

When it comes to a fun night out, enjoying dinner and a show is a go-to combo for couples and families all over the world. And in a world-class tourist destination like Myrtle Beach, not only are there countless ways to make this winning-night-out combination come together, there’s also a long list of places where you can fill up and be entertained, all in the same place.


Looking to eat well and see a captivating live show during your next night out on the Grand Strand? Head for one of these five Myrtle Beach area attractions where dinner and a show are both on the menu:

1. Polynesian Fire Luau

Presented in an air-conditioned venue by a family steeped in Samoan traditions, the Polynesian Fire Luau offers an escape to the South Pacific islands without ever leaving Myrtle Beach. Its live show is filled with Polynesian music, ethnic dances from Hawaii, Tahiti, Tonga, New Zealand and Samoa, and Samoan fire knife performances. And the accompanying dinner lets attendees feast on Huli Huli Chicken, Kalua Pulled Pork, the Fish of the Day, and sides like Island Potatoes, Sticky Rice and more.

2. Medieval Times

During a visit to Myrtle Beach’s Medieval Times, your party can enjoy a meal fit for kings and queens while watching 11th century knights joust on horseback and engage in hand-to-hand combat to defend the throne. Staged in a castle and complete with majestic creatures and a royal court, this dinner show includes a four-course feast featuring dishes like roasted chicken, tomato bisque soup, sweet buttered corn and herb-basted potatoes.

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament

3. Pirates Voyage

At Pirates Voyage in Myrtle Beach, a swashbuckling adventure on the high seas is accompanied by a delicious four-course feast. For the show, famous pirate Blackbeard and his quartermaster Calico Jack lead their crews of buccaneers into battle on deck, on land and in the waters of an in-house lagoon outfitted with full-sized pirate ships. Mermaids, tropical birds and amazing acrobatics round out the entertaining spectacle on the seas. The accompanying meal includes a Half O’ Roasted Cackler (chicken), Swashbucklin’ Sugar-Cured Ham, Cob O’ Buttery Corn, Herb-Basted Potato Wedge and more.

4. Murder Mystery at House of Blues

North Myrtle Beach’s House of Blues may be best known for its live musical performances, but on select weeknights, the venue becomes an enthralling homicide scene where the guests actually want to be in attendance. During the interactive comedy/”whodunit” Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre, HOB patrons get to try their hand at crime-solving — and can even reap rewards if they crack the case. For the included dinner, guests are treated to a three-course meal that includes salad, rosemary-marinated chicken breast, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, glazed carrots and more.

5. Murder Mystery at Riga Tony’s

Offering another opportunity to sharpen your detective-work skills, the Murder Mystery Dinner Show at Myrtle Beach’s Riga Tony’s features Italian food, a 1930s mobster vibe and a fully immersive gumshoe experience. Visit this speakeasy, and you’ll have a chance to score some laughs and solve a murder while dining on salad, tomato bisque, manicotti and a chef’s-choice side, followed by a tasty, hand-piped cannoli for dessert.

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