Are you ready for some football? If you’re visiting Myrtle Beach this fall, there are plenty of places to catch the big game and get your grub on. Whether it’s college football on Saturdays or the NFL on Sundays, there’s a bar stool with your name on it. Here are the top 5 places to watch football in Myrtle Beach:
Carolina Ale House
2915 Hollywood Dr., Myrtle Beach, SC
Fans of all teams come to Carolina Ale House to enjoy college and NFL football – just across the street from Broadway at the Beach. They have tons of TVs all around their massive bar and in each dining area. There’s even a spot outside complete with an additional bar and more TVs. The family-friendly sports bar offers plenty of great beers on tap as well as a large menu with shareable appetizers, burgers, salads, wings and zingers, sandwiches, and a great kids’ menu.
Oscar’s Food & Spirits
4101 Hwy. 17 S., North Myrtle Beach, SC
Oscar’s Food & Spirits will make any Steelers fan feel like they are back in Pittsburgh. The establishment in North Myrtle Beach is owned by Pittsburgh transplants, which is evident when you see the Steelers memorabilia hanging on the walls. Oscar’s welcomes all football fans with their amazing food menu and ice-cold beer. There are many Pittsburgh favorites on the menu, including Iron City beer.
Handley’s Pub & Grub
3873 Renee Dr., Myrtle Beach, SC
Handley’s Pub is one of the most popular bars and unofficial home for students of Coastal Carolina University, located a few short miles down Highway 501. The pub always features the Chanticleers games even when they aren’t on local television. On Sundays, you can catch multiple NFL teams playing on the big screens. The English-style pub is laid-back and a great place to watch football.
Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux
Myrtle Beach & Surfside Beach, SC
Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux opened a brand new location in Surfside Beach to add to the already busy central Myrtle Beach location. They’ve got enormous big screen TVs on nearly every inch of the wall and of course, around the bar. The menu has a wide variety of Cajun-inspired dishes, burgers, sandwiches, shareables, and Po Boys. The bar serves everyday brews as well as a rotation of craft beers depending on the season, and a long list of cocktails.
Dagwood’s Deli & Sports Bar
Myrtle Beach; Surfside Beach; & North Myrtle Beach
With three Grand Strand locations, Dagwood’s Deli and Sports Bar is a great place to catch a game. They serve delicious specialty sandwiches, wings, pretzels, and so much more – and they’ve got some of the best beer selections in Myrtle Beach. Each location has TVs in every booth and pretty much everywhere your eyes can see. The Myrtle Beach location is connected to a popular spot for locals and visitors alike – Bumstead’s Pub.