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Last week we learned that Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen is planning to come to Broadway at the Beach. Today, we have learned about more changes come to the entertainment complex.

Burroughs & Chapin Co., Inc. officially announced the first step of a multiyear transformation of Broadway at the Beach that will include a Dave & Buster’s, an American Tap House, an ever-changing OZ nightclub and a new location for the Hard Rock Cafe.

“Over the last 20 years, Broadway at the Beach has set the standard for shopping, dining and entertainment on the Grand Strand,” said Chad E. Carlson, executive vice president for Burroughs & Chapin Company, Inc. “Today is an important milestone in the property’s history as we unveil the first part of a redevelopment plan designed to build on the magic and vibrancy that has made Broadway at the Beach so special.”

Burroughs & Chapin Company confirmed that Dave & Buster’s recently signed a lease for a spot at Broadway at the Beach. The popular full-service restaurant and arcade, known as “the only place to eat, drink, play and watch sports,” has more than 80 locations across the United States.

Other plans include the relocation of one of Broadway’s original tenants, Hard Rock Cafe Myrtle Beach, which opened in July 1995. Hard Rock will move to an interior, corner location that will serve as the entryway to the newly redesigned entertainment and nightlife area.

Permits filed with the city show Hard Rock Café will be moving into the former Broadway Louie’s location in Celebrity Square.

Burroughs & Chapin also announced the addition of American Tap House.

“From the operators of Wicked Tuna in Murrells Inlet, S.C., and Enso Asian Bar & Sushi in Charlotte, N.C., comes a new culinary and craft beer experience — American Tap House. The American Tap House will be a chef-driven American gastropub dedicated to the art of fine food and beer with over 40 regional and local American craft beers on tap,” according to the release. “It will serve unique craft food inspired by American comfort food with a southern twist, prepared daily with the freshest quality ingredients. The American Tap House is designed to be a place where friends and neighbors gather to celebrate great food, great beers and great times.”

Celebrations Nitelife will also debut a new nightclub. OZ is billed as “a new nightlife experience unlike any other in the area” will feature a different look and theme every night.

Broadway Louie’s, also part of Celebrations Nitelife, recently moved to a new corner location near the comedy club, and features a new full-food menu, outside patio bar and its nightly, award-winning Broadway Jake’s All Star Karaoke.

Malibu’s Surf Bar, Crocodile Rocks, Original Shucker’s Raw Bar and Carolina Comedy Club will all remain in their existing locations, according to the release.

Read more on this story at our sister publication, Myrtle Beach Online.