▪ Sharkey’s Beach Bar
▪ 600 North Ocean Boulevard, Myrtle Beach; 843-626-4411; www.sharkeysclub.com
Sharkey’s is the perfect blend of a place to unwind on the ocean while finding the right time to be there for entertainment. Locals have loved it for its Firecracker Shrimp, its Club Sandwich and its burger, but the grill has stepped its game up offering talapia, blackened snapper, grouper, seafood steampot and more. Be sure to try their fish tacos, which is a favorite among tourists and locals alike. Beer during the 4-7 p.m. happy hour, which includes Miller Lite, Coors Light and Bud Light, is just $3. Fireball shots and house vodka during happy hour is also $3. Soak up the sun on its deck or stay cool in the shade by the bar, but be sure to ask for its HulaHooch Bucket — a 32-ounce drink with five Cruzan rums and juices. The bucket is sure to make the scenery of palm trees, sand and the ocean top your stay at Sharkey’s.
Get some relaxatrion food during Happy Hour with affordable nachos and chili fries ($7 each) or cheese sticks and fried pickles ($5 each). New this year is an explosive plan for live entertainment and dinner on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. For the price of $39.99 ($19.99 for kids 5-12), guests can head to Sharkey’s at 6 p.m., have a buffet-style dinner of grilled chicken, Kalua pork or many other options at 6:30 p.m. and a Polynesian Fire Luau, complete with highlights of songs and dance from different Polynesian cultures.
By The Surge Staff