Myrtle Beach Bike Week returns for spring 2021 from May 7th through May 16th, bringing with it hundreds of thousands of outlaws who live for the freedom of the road above all else. Don your lids and leathers and ride out with the pack to one of the biggest biker rallies on the East Coast. From the beach bars in Murrells Inlet to the sports bars in North Myrtle Beach, expect these hotspots to be rocking and rolling all week long with biker friends, both new and old.
Myrtle Beach Bars
This rally is your chance to ride loudly and proudly through the streets of Myrtle Beach alongside thousands of compatriots just as passionate and ready to have a good time as you are. Tune up your hog to go cruising through these popular sports bars and restaurants.
From Motley Crue to Guns N’ Roses, from Rush to Iron Maiden, artists of the hard rock era were the ones to write some of the greatest anthems for the road. A chic restaurant displaying the original instruments and costumes of legendary rock stars, the Hard Rock Cafe of Myrtle Beach has been a tribute to music history since 1995. When you stop by for lunch or dinner, sink your teeth into any one of their six juicy steak burgers, or live it up with a specialty entrée like Twisted Mac, Chicken & Cheese or the full rack of slow-cooked barbecue baby back ribs. Plus, Harley Davidson Owners Club members can receive 15% off their food and non-alcoholic beverages!
One of the hippest sports bars in North Myrtle Beach, Wild Wing Cafe keeps the good times rolling late into the evening. Get the party started with domestic and craft beers and the best hot wings in town. Order a few different hot wing flavors and bar snacks to share with the whole table, and then grab another round of your favorite beachy drink before the concert starts. Wild Wing Cafe invites different local bands to play live every week for Friday Night Lights. What more do you need than hot wings, cold beer and catchy jams?
None of the other beach bars can compare to this country-themed restaurant’s high energy and rebellious attitude. The Bowery is open every day until 4 a.m., serving radical American fare and hosting live music. Unconventional appetizers like Pistol Pete’s Pickled Pepper Rings and Zack’s Pepper Jack Mac ‘N’ Cheese bites will light up your taste buds with addictive flavor as you wash it down with a Happy Hour draft or domestic beer. Pick your poison among nine mouth-watering burgers, including “The Eighth Wonder” of the world, an absolute monster made with a whole pound of Angus beef! Stick around until 8:30 when The Bowery’s house band, The Bounty Hunters, or their special guests get on stage and don’t hop off until late.
Thorny’s is your go-to sports bar in downtown Myrtle Beach. Their 50+ satellite televisions are always tuned in to the most popular sports games of the season. Whether you’re stopping by just for appetizers and drinks during the game or for a full lunch or dinner, Thorny’s diverse menu is sure to set you up right. Start strong with some spicy fried jalapeños and buffalo shrimp over a refreshing craft beer on tap. Then, go all out on a decadent prime rib steak and platter of baby back ribs, or combine it with a chicken or seafood entrée. Afterward, check out the Kid’s Zone, whether you have kids or not, and dominate the high scores of every game in the mini-arcade!
You haven’t made the full tour of Myrtle Beach bars until you’ve spent hours gaming over drinks and American fare at Dave & Busters. Their menu features a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, such as beachy margaritas and island cocktails, domestic and craft beer favorites, wine, snow cones and fountain drinks. Savor some hot wings, burgers, steaks and seafood entrées while you watch your favorite sports team hustle on the big screen. Then spend the rest of your night getting wild on the state-of-the-art gaming floor where you can try to win prizes with your crew at arcade classics, modern games, billiards and bowling.
Myrtle Beach Hotels
There’s no more exhilarating feeling than the engine’s hum and the wind in your hair while gunning freely across the country. Yet, your roaming heart won’t mind a bit to stay for a while when it means checking into one of the best hotels in Myrtle Beach.
If you’d rather spare the two-wheelers the mileage of road tripping to Myrtle Beach, consider driving in with your RV and use the bikes just for riding around town. A fantastic option for RV campers, Carolina Pines RV Resort provides oversized pads, full hook-ups and dozens of luxurious amenities. Return to the comfort of your own home, enhanced with access to an awesome all-ages water park, outdoor pool, jacuzzis, spas, dog park, sports courts and more. Carolina Pines RV Resort is not just for RV lovers either. The Carolina Cottages are a sweet home away from home and come fully furnished with modern appliances, cushy furniture, and spacious design.
You’re likely to find a fair few Myrtle Beach hotels within walking distance of the beach and the boardwalk but none so lavish as Westgate Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Resort. When you book a room with a balcony overlooking glittering waves and stunning shoreline, convenient access to nearby bars and attractions isn’t the only perk you’ll have to look forward to. The newly renovated resort features contemporary design and plush bedding, state-of-the-art kitchen and technological amenities, an on-site sports bar and restaurant, and a gorgeous lazy river and pool. Amid the hustle and bustle of the bike rally, find your relaxing paradise at Westgate Myrtle Beach Oceanfront Resort.
The baddest beach bars and hottest hotels of Myrtle Beach are sure to show you a good time. It doesn’t matter who you are or where you come from. Whether you’re a motorcycle club member, a lone wolf on the roads, or a motorcycle enthusiast watching from the sidelines, Myrtle Beach Bike Week is for those who can’t get enough of the freedom of the road!
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