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2020-04-13

Hard Rock Cafe Myrtle Beach

Hard Rock Cafe | Restaurant

Established July 10, 1995 - Closed October 7, 2016 - Reopened October 7, 2016

The new location-

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Established July 10, 1995 - Closed October 7, 2016 - Reopened October 7, 2016

The new location-

Join us for hours of great food and timeless music at the NEW Hard Rock Cafe Myrtle Beach. Our Cafe is easy to spot; just look for the 40-foot tall red guitar that sits proudly atop our main entrance. Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach at the award winning Broadway at the Beach entertainment complex, the Cafe is only a few minutes from beautiful resort beaches. When you step into our state-of-the-art Cafe, you'll notice all the rock and roll memorabilia that surround you, including boots worn by the Godfather himself, Mr. James Brown, and an outfit worn by Lady Gaga. And that's just the beginning. Our menu features made-to-order menu items such as savory burgers, mouth-watering steaks, the best barbecue east of Tennessee and fresh salads. Of course you'll want to pair your meal with one of our signature cocktails. So come on over, relax, enjoy the music…your rock star experience awaits!

The original location-

Hard Rock Cafe at Broadway at the Beach is probably the most recognized and picturesque; at any sunny moment, the sphinxes that guard the Hard Rock entrances are a favorite snapshot point. This international pharaoh of restaurants occupies a huge pyramid surrounded by palm trees along the US 1? Bypass. It's hard to miss; at night it is lit up with spotlights, and around the clock it blares good old rock ‘n’ roll. The Hard Rock Cafe in Myrtle Beach—with its pyramid shape—is the only Hard Rock Cafe in the world built in this distinctive shape. The spectacular lighted fountain that graces its entrance is also one of a kind. When you enter the structure, you're a floor above the dining room—from this vantage point you get a bird’s-eye view of everyone else’s meals and the cafe's collection of historic rock memorabilia.


The interior is covered with a stone finish, more hieroglyphics, and mementos of rock ‘n’ roll. The walls vibrate with echoes from the guitars of Hank Williams Jr., the Who, Joe Walsh, the Allman Brothers, the Black Crowes, Black Sabbath, Pearl Jam, Guns N‘ Roses, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, and Jerry Garcia. These instruments were once in the hands of legends, and now they're out in the open to enjoy as you dine. A myriad of displays fill every nook, even at the phone booth and in the restrooms.


Of course, the menu can't be outdone by the elaborate interior, and you have your choice of almost 50 items. The Hard Rock, with its “Love All, Serve All" philosophy, has cooked up a selection for every lifestyle, from the Hard Rock Veggie Burger to the Hickory Chicken & Ribs Combo. Excerpted from Insiders' Guide® to Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand By Janice McDonald
 

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