TGI Fridays has been dominating the weekend since its doors opened in 1965. Today, there are over 900 restaurants in 60 countries offering delicious food and legendary drinks, all served in the spirit of Friday.
They are proud to bring people together for brunch, lunch, dinner, late night, and everything in between.
Aside from that, their commitment to responsibility also extends to ingredient integrity and clean label enhancements. They are reviewing all their ingredients and are removing/avoiding ingredients with added MSG or artificial trans fats. They continue to review each ingredient in their recipes with the goal of removing artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners and preservatives. This is in conjunction with their efforts to reduce sodium on their menu items. They are on a sustained but committed journey to provide the best products for their Guests by working closely with their suppliers to source safe, sustainable, high-quality ingredients from farms, fields and oceans.
From their signature appetizers and entrees to their seasonal local features and specialty drinks, there’s something for everyone everyday at FRiDAY’S.
Nacho Hippo offers fresh food, cold drinks, live music, and overwhelming beach vibes. The party is always on at these open-air cantinas. They are one of the favorites of both locals and vacationers of North Myrtle Beach.
They are loaded down with the most delicious Tex-Mex specialties in Myrtle Beach, the biggest and best drink selection, live entertainment, and that vacation atmosphere that anyone can love.
They are also considered as the Grand Strand’s watering hole because they have got the biggest and best in margaritas on the Grand Strand. Their amazing bartenders can make whatever you love, but for now they will just tempt you with their signature concoctions.
Nacho Hippo is the Home of the ‘Best of the Beach’ nachos, dozens of handmade tacos, quesadillas, and giant burritos. Grab a few tacos, share a huge nacho, get a little of everything else and settle in, let a button out, and enjoy the bliss. Nacho Hippo hits the spot every time.
Rockefellers Raw Bar
Rockefellers Raw Bar has been a staple in the North Myrtle Beach community for nearly 25 years. This roadside bar impresses eaters from all ages, especially those who are seafood lovers.
They are perfect for those who prefer their seafood in a more natural state. You can order from the raw bar or the steam kettles, featuring fresh shrimp, scallops or mussels in old bay and beer, garlic and wine or spicy marinara sauce. You can also tart with their signature Oysters Rockefeller or the peel-n-eat Priddy Spicy Shrimp, boiled in their signature seasoning.
What makes them unique is that they use boat captain’s chairs as their bar stools. Interesting, right? What’s more interesting is that they offer “Happy Hour” every day at 4pm until 6pm. You can avail food like shrimps, crabs, and oyster at a discounted price. Drinks like domestic bottle beer, house liquors, house wines, and Ruffino Pinot Grigio are also offered at a discounted price at these hours.
They are located at 3613 Highway 17 South, North Myrtle Beach SC 29582.
Olive Garden Italian Restaurant
Olive Garden Italian Restaurant serve their guests delicious food that feeds everyone’s appetite.
Inspired by Italian generosity and love of amazing food, their menu has something for everyone and features a variety of Italian specialties, including classic and filled pastas, chicken, seafood, and beef. From indulgent appetizers to entrees, desserts, wines and specialty drinks, there is always something everyone will enjoy.
Olive Garden Italian Restaurant has been dedicated to providing a warm, welcoming dining experience and Italian hospitality to everyone who walks in the door. That means you can indulge in classic Italian favorites like Chicken Parmigiana and Fettuccine Alfredo served with the salad and breadsticks you love. You can take your pick from their extremely tasty appetizers, entrées, desserts, wines and specialty drinks. Plus, explore special menus with children’s, gluten-sensitive and lighter fare options.
For Cherry Grove, the closet and most convenient grocery store is Boulineaus IGA on Sea Mountain Highway. Its more than a typical grocery store They have a cook to order breakfast and buffet as well as lunch and dinner specials. Plan to Dine in or carry out. Its very popular with locals.
MOTO’s Bar – Murphy’s Bar & Grill
There are several options to eat in Cherry Grove at the end of Sea Mountain Highway. When you get to the light, look to the right and you will Murphy’s. When it first opened, the locals and staff were calling it MOTO’s, which was short for Murphy’s on the Ocean. The former place of business for many years was called HOTO’s. HOTO’s is now located in Ocean Drive.
Murphy’s is now going by the name “Murphy’s Bar & Grill”. You may see it listed on social media as “Murphy’s on the Beach”.
They feature live music most days. Check them out for Happy Hour and Food Specials. If you ride by, they have a big blackboard on the side of the building with daily specials. The location is great with a great view of the ocean in Cherry Grove. During parts of the year, you may find it is a big draw to bikers. Murphy’s does have its fair share of parking compared to other places in the area. There are shared lots and paid lots close by.
It is one of the places that is open year round, so give it a try the next time you are in North Myrtle Beach.