Top 10 new things in Myrtle Beach to see & do in 2018

 

DAVE & BUSTER’S

The combination bar, restaurant and arcade is the chain’s third in South Carolina and anchors a key spot at the end of Broadway’s entertainment district. The building is more than 40,000-square-feet and features hundreds of games and TV screens.

SHARK WAKE PARK/AQUA PARK

The park was founded by Greg Norman Jr., which allows multiple riders on the water at the same time via a five-tower circuit that allows seven people to ride at once. Shark Wake Park features nine ramps to ride off of on the main circuit, with the highest jump aptly named the “big kicker”.

ROCKIN’ JUMP

The 23,000 square foot space includes an open jumping arena, two trampoline dodge ball courts, a slam dunk zone, a stunt bag area, rock climbing walls and a play area for kids under 5 years old.

THE TRACK

The Track features two electric go-kart racing areas on multilevel tracks, a rookie track and a track for small children, and a 15,000-square-foot, two-story building that houses an arcade.

CAROLINA ALE HOUSE

The popular eatery includes a game area with pool tables, video games, and foosball tables. Dinner fare includes wings, burgers, steaks and pizza.

THE AVENUE AT BROADWAY AT THE BEACH

Formerly known as ‘Celebrity Square’, The Avenue features a vibrant new identity highlighted by a new Hard Rock Cafe location, the arrival of Wahlburgers, American Tap House; and the aforementioned 40,000 square foot Dave & Buster’s.

RIPLEY’S HAUNTED LASER STRIKE

Ripley’s Haunted Laser Strike puts guests right in the middle of their very own fully immersive real life video game, where they start as recruits, where they are issued a laser gun and briefed on their mission. They then enter the haunt where they will encounter animatronics and live actors as zombies, chasing them through the dark hallways.

PAULA DEEN’S FAMILY KITCHEN

The popular southern eatery opened in early June, featuring a 300 seat upstairs dining area with a picturesque view of the Broadway landscape overlooking the water. Paula Deen’s offers classic Deen family recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner family-style just like they do in their very own homes.

RIPTYDZ OCEANFRONT GRILLE & ROOFTOP BAR

RipTydz is a 17,000-square-foot, 500 seat oceanfront restaurant about a block north of the Sky Wheel with a lovely view of the water. The menu includes seafood, steak, fried food and an expansive raw bar.

BAREFOOT LANDING’S DOCKSIDE VILLAGE

Barefoot’s new restaurant district, anchored by Lulu’s by Lucy Buffett, will be known as the Dockside Village. The addition will feature waterfront dining on the Intracoastal Waterway with other new outdoor attractions and live music. In addition to the 400-seat restaurant and outdoor dining areas at LuLu’s, the restaurant will feature live music nightly, a large sandy beach, a ropes climbing course, an arcade and other activities throughout the approximately 20,000 square foot destination.

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