Five Spots We Love To Get a Cocktail in Myrtle Beach

It’s 5 o’clock and you’re ready to take your crew to a fun location. Here are a few spots we love to get a cocktail in Myrtle Beach:If you want to rub elbows with locals, try Collectors Cafe. You?ll be surrounded by works of art on the walls and on your plate. We suggest the Basil Lemon Drop Martini or the Farmer?s Daughter for a cool start to your evening. The black bean cakes and sauteed calamari, scallops and shrimp are perfect noshes for a happy hour.For the beer lover, Gorden Biersch at Market Common is a must. You can build your own flight of 6 or a get a ?full pour? which is enough for two people. They have great hand-tossed pizzas and nachos for sharing, too.For those who love to sit out on the water with the breeze in their hair, Wicked Tuna in Murrells Inlet is for you. Its sprawling deck can accompany big parties and their menu offers lots of options from fried seafood to Asian-inspired fare like Ahi tuna sashimi. If you love red wine, we suggest trying the Wild Horse Unbridled Pinot Noir ($55/bottle) and if you like white, we love the fruity and light taste of the Acrobat Pinot Gris ($34/bottle).Art Burger Sushi Bar might seem like a strange name and combination, but you won?t be sorry you visited. We love the liquid nitrogen drinks (they?re all the rage) and they even have edible cocktails! Did we mention they also have ocean views? Hey, they haven?t gotten 4.5 stars on Yelp for no reason!If casual is more your style, don?t miss the Atlas Tap House. They offer craft brews and bourbon drinks. Plus, if you get hungry, you can grab some barbeque. We suggest having the Two Hearted Ale, which is brewed in Michigan. And if you want to go local, try the White Ale from New South Brewing in Myrtle Beach!Have a great place you love to get a cocktail or adult beverage in Myrtle Beach? Share it with us on our Facebook page!

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