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Hard Rock Cafe Myrtle Beach follows the blueprint of the popular franchise’s other restaurants, which are known for displaying varied collections of music memorabilia. Feel like a rock star as you dine on classic American fare, including a signature burger, steaks, salads, and more. The Hard Rock Cafe Myrtle Beach is perfect for families with small children (thanks, in part, to several menus that satisfy even the pickiest eaters). Plus, its prime location offers travelers a convenient spot to relax after a day on the beach.
If driving from the north or south, take Bypass 17 to 29th Avenue North. From the west, take Highway 501 or 544 East to Bypass 17 North, then take 29th Avenue North toward the Broadway at the Beach complex. Hard Rock Cafe is located inside the complex, down from Dave & Busters and across from Senor Frogs.
Open year-round, Hard Rock Myrtle Beach provides a fun spot to grab a bite to eat and hear live music, even in the off-season. The best time to visit Myrtle Beach is June through August, when the weather is warm but tolerable. Keep in mind, however, that this is also when you’ll encounter the largest crowds.
Considered one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Myrtle Beach area, Broadway at the Beach entertainment complex is home to amusement park rides, an IMAX theater, and dozens of restaurants and shops. The 350-acre (142-hectare) entertainment complex is conveniently located about 1.5 miles (2.6 kilometers) west of the Atlantic Ocean in the northern part of town.