This is the third in a series of posts about Myrtle Beach Bike Week and my experience as a first timer.
No doubt, the people and the bikes are a big draw to Bike Week, but it is also the bars, restaurants and music that make for happening times. Our first stop was SuckBangBlow, the bar whose website boasts the fact that “you can ride through the front doors, right up to the bar, and order a cold one!”.
The food at The Dead Dog Saloon was so yummy!
And there is an entire wall devoted to photos of beloved dogs that have passed on.
At The Beaver Bar, Brooks Paul, The Prince of Rock, the 12 year old lead singer of a rock band (the rest of the members are adults) played Journey, Foreigner, Queen, The Who and Led Zeppelin.
Almost as soon as I got to Myrtle Beach, my friend Billy told me that he had a few things he needed to teach me about Bike Week. One of those lessons? The folks who keep the Porta Johns clean expect to be tipped.
Need to pee? Bring a dollar! I’d never heard of such a thing!
On the other hand, I’ve used a lot of Porta Johns at football games and outdoor concerts and it can be a scary experience. These potties? Sparkling clean! And you get to choose from a variety of hand cleanser, lotion and sunscreen once done! Great Deal!
At the Causeway Grill and Bar, we heard the Josh Brannon Band.
And finally, on a beautiful Monday evening, we heard Sunny Ledfurd at The Boathouse.
This little one enjoyed the music as much as we did!
Warm summer days and nights. Inexpensive beer. Music, outdoors, with no cover charge.
Coming up: The Fourth and Final post – The Beach of Myrtle Beach