Everyone is ready for a break halfway through the year and we’ve got the perfect place for you to escape –Myrtle Beach! The mid-70s weather is perfect, the water is just starting to warm, and there is fun for everyone, young and old. We’ve put together the Spring Break Myrtle Beach: A Complete Guide to make your spring break planning a cinch!
Of course, we want you to stay at Monterey Bay –it’s the perfect place to book your spring break vacation, especially with our fantastic amenities and oceanfront location!
Sunbathe poolside and enjoy the incredible oceanfront view, or hang out at the rooftop pool unlike any other in Myrtle Beach!
Did someone say Free Hot Deluxe Breakfast? Yep! There’s nothing like recharging your spring break batteries with scrambled eggs, grits, hashbrowns, biscuits & gravy, and more! All served cafeteria-style year-round, from 7-10 am.
Our prime beach location is perfect for playing on the beach all day and exploring the Grand Strand in the evening. When you book 3+ nights you’ll save up to 30%, there’s nothing better than saving money on vacation! You must be at least 21 years of age to book at Monterey Bay.
There are so many great things to do during the day besides the obvious (and very satisfying) beach or pool lounging. For instance, why not try renting a jet ski for the afternoon or taking a boat tour on the gorgeous Atlantic?
Myrtle Beach Watersports offers jet-ski rentals, banana boat rides, and dolphin-watch cruises. You could also plan a fishing charter with your buddies, Voyager Deep Sea Fishing offers ½ day fishing trips and Gulf Stream fishing trips.
Feeling lucky? Board the Big M Casino boat for an afternoon of slots, table games, and cocktails! New players can grab $10 FREE to use during their ride.
What’s spring break without a lively nightlife scene? Myrtle Beach delivers multiple ways to spend the evening whether you’re looking to kick back or dance the night away!
With its down south vibes, you can rock the night away with live music and drinks at House of Blues. Catch your favorite band while you’re in town, sip cocktails on their outdoor patio, or grab some happy hour specials in their restaurant.
Amazing ocean views, great pub grub, and cool live music can all be found at Tin Roof. There is always something fun happening every night at Tin Roof including karaoke, popular DJs, themed parties, and more!
Grab your girlfriends and dance like the spring break won’t come again at Oz. Located in Broadway at the Beach, there is always something happening at Oz, be it ladies night, college karaoke, or an amazing DJ.
A bit of a drive, but well worth it for a fun spring break night out, the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk is a row of restaurants with a pretty happening night scene. Dead Dog Saloon, Buba’s Love Shak, Creek Ratz, and the Tuna Shack are a few of the restaurants with outdoor seating, patios, and bars on the Marshwalk. You can grab cocktails and sit back as you listen to live music all night long!
Myrtle Beach has a ton of cool and laid back bars to hit while you’re on Spring Break. Most of the bars even feature Spring Break and happy hour specials!
A Myrtle Beach historical landmark, The Bowery has been on the boardwalk from the beginning. Grab beers, pub grub like the Ultimate Big Daddy Cheeseburger, and jam out to the house band, The Bounty Hunters. The Bounty bring the country heat and take the stage every night at 8:30 pm.
One of the only restaurants and bars with their very own Sunday concert series, the Landing at the Boathouse is a prime spot for spring breakers. The Landing offers drink specials, happy hour, and a series of cover top 40 and country bands throughout the spring and summer!
Another Myrtle Beach Boardwalk favorite, Hurricanes has the best daiquiris and will bring all the tropical vibes to your spring break. Order one of their frozen daiquiris on tap or mix them two flavors together for a combo. They also have hand-shaken classics like the Bahama Mama, White Russian, and Blue Hawaiian.
Wet Willies is located at the popular Broadway at the Beach and beckons spring breakers with their row and variety of frozen alcoholic drinks! Favorites among tourists and locals include Call A Cab, Shock Treatment, and Monkey Shine.
Whether you’re suffering from a hang-over or worked up an appetite soaking up the sun, Myrtle Beach has some of the best restaurants on the east coast.
Located in the Market Common, Co Sushi is an Asian-fusion restaurant with some of the best sushi in town. Their happy hour is from 4-7 PM and includes $3-5 eats and $4 draft Moscow mules!
Miyabi is a traditional Japanese Hibachi grill and sushi bar. Your meal is cooked right before your eyes on a large flat-top grill, along with a few tricks added in by the chef. Miyabi is typically busy during spring and peak times of the year, be sure to make a reservation.
Banditos Cantina is just off the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and is a fairly new restaurant to the beach. Order tacos, burritos, and hand-crafted margaritas as you marvel over the gorgeous oceanfront view.
If you’re looking for pub grub or a good ole fashioned submarine, Dagwood’s is where you want to head. They have some of the best deli sandwiches and fried baskets on the Grand Strand. Dagwood’s Deli is very laid back and casual so feel free to throw on your cover-up or t-shirt and stop on in for lunch or order to go.
There’s nothing better on spring break then some down-home southern bar-b-que! Bar-B-Que House has plates with BBQ, 2 sides (fried okra, slaw, home-made mac and cheese), and hush puppies –and let’s just say they aren’t stingy with their portions!
Also one of the restaurants located at Broadway at the Beach and a place that never disappoints is the Grumpy Monk. Their eclectic menu features a wide variety including hand-rolled sushi, burgers, wings, and more. But, it gets even better, sit down to a cold beer, delicious grub, and live music weekly!
Looking for more restaurants at Broadway at the Beach? Check out our list of favorites!
Sol y Luna brings Latin flavors to one cozy little restaurant in Myrtle Beach. Enjoy authentic Cuban, Mexican, and Latin-inspired dishes –washing them all down with a savory hand-crafted margarita.
When it comes to southern comfort food, Tupelo Honey is where it’s at, especially when you want to brunch. The bottomless mimosas, Queen Mary bloody Mary, and biscuits with local honey are totally worth getting out of bed for!