Top 5 Sports Bars: North Strand
Overtime Sports Cafe is Myrtle Beach's best sports bar.The North Strand has grown into a golf and entertainment powerhouse in recent years, earning its spot as a good time destination. For the sake of comparison, think of the North Strand might be analogous to the Big East, a conference that didn’t exist three decades but is now, unquestionably, one of college basketball’s best. Which destination’s are the Syracuse and Villanova of North Strand sports bars? Wonder no more:
1. Overtime Sports Café – The area’s best sports bar is also the best place to watch the tournament. The North Myrtle Beach establishment has 150 televisions, including a 12-foot video wall, and three 10-foot projection screens. You can’t go wrong watching the game at Overtime.
3. Wild Wing Café – Wild Wing enjoys a prime location and some of the area’s best wings. You won’t go wrong at the Wild Wing and enjoys the added benefit of being at Barefoot Landing where several other bars and restaurants await.
4. Bully’s – Also located at Barefoot Landing, Bully’s provides a more intimate but no less appealing environment than Wild Wing. Bully’s has $2 draft beers all day, every day and outstanding wings – a winning combination during March Madness.
5. Pat & Mike’s – An Irish pub located in Little River, Pat & Mike’s will provide local flavor to your viewing experience.