With football season now in full swing, fans of the game will be flocking to sports bars and restaurants each coming Sunday through early 2024 to catch their favorite NFL teams play — whether they’re in their hometown or on vacation. And of course, when watching your favorite NFL team play, it’s nice to be in the company of like-minded fans who are wearing your team’s colors and rooting for your team to win.
Fortunately for Myrtle Beach vacationers, no matter how far away from the Carolina coast their team may play their home games, their favorite team’s fans likely have a home on the Grand Strand. That’s because a number of area restaurant and bar owners are devoted supporters of their (often faraway) NFL teams, and other area restaurants and bars regularly host NFL team fan clubs for their teams’ games.
Looking to catch your NFL team’s game with fellow fanatics while vacationing on the Grand Strand? Look for your team and its Myrtle Beach area restaurant/bar home in the listings below:
The owner of Oscar’s Food & Spirits in North Myrtle Beach is a Pittsburgh transplant, and he’s made the restaurant/bar a “home away from home” for Steeler Nation. Fans of all teams are welcome on game day, though, and the establishment strives to show all sports games on its many in-house TVs.
Another area restaurant/bar with an affinity for the black and gold on game day, King Street Grille in Myrtle Beach’s The Market Common touts itself as “your sports headquarters” — and it has the plentiful TVs and on-screen games to support the claim. It’s also co-owned by famed Steelers quarterback Ben Rothlisberger, so fans of the Men of Steel are certainly welcome on football Sundays.
Known as the “biggest little bar in town,” North Myrtle Beach’s OD Arcade and Lounge is a fun place to spend a football Sunday. And for fans of the Buffalo Bills who want to watch the game with like-minded fans, it’s also a regular game-day destination for the Myrtle Beach Buffalo Bills Backers.
With Surfside and Myrtle Beach locations — and wall-to-wall TVs in each — Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux is designed to be a great place to catch a game. And boasting New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees as a part owner since 2015, the restaurant/bar is also a place where you shouldn’t be surprised to hear a “Who dat?” or two on football Sundays.
Myrtle Beach’s Bumstead’s Pub proudly shows its affinity for the Washington Commanders, and it’s always a great destination on football Sundays — especially for fans sporting the gold and burgundy.
At North Myrtle Beach’s Wild Wing Cafe, live sports and big-screen TVs are always on the menu. For supporters of the Cleveland Browns looking to catch a game with fellow fans, it’s also where the North Myrtle Beach Browns Backers get together to watch their games.
– Main Street Taphouse, North Myrtle Beach: NMB Ravens Flock
– Doesn’t Matter Bar & Grill, Carolina Forest: Myrtle Beach Area Packers Fan Club
– Foster’s Cafe & Bar, Myrtle Beach: Owned by Philadelphia Eagles fans
– The Grumpy Monk, Carolina Forest: Grand Strand Riot – Carolina Panthers Fans in Myrtle Beach
Ready to start planning your next football-fueled getaway to the Grand Strand? With the wide range of comfortable accommodations and long list of on-site amenities available at Grande Cayman Resort on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, it’s easy to find some fun — and root on your favorite team — during your beach escape with us. Book your vacation at Grande Cayman Resort today!