- 2001 Nightlife: This Restaurant Row establishment has been around so long that the name “2001” originally sounded futuristic. Now it’s retro-cool, featuring disco music from the ‘70s and pop music from the ‘80s and ‘90s. Three clubs in one allows patrons to dance to their own favorite beat.
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- Cowboys: Located at Broadway at the Beach’s Celebrity Square complex, this country-western bar is the real deal. Live country music, two-stepping and line-dancing, and even a mechanical bull are enough to get your boots scooting at this saloon.
- Fat Harold’s Beach Club: North Myrtle Beach is known for the shag, and the 1950s dance craze is still alive and well at this hot spot. Live beach music and deejays provide a nice mix of music. Free shag lessons are available for newcomers.
- Malibu’s: This Broadway at the Beach dance club features a giant shark as the centerpiece of the dance floor and a wide variety of retro-hits from the ‘80s, ‘90s and 2000s. One cover charge will also get you into neighboring clubs Froggy Bottomz and Club Boca.
- Ocean Annie’s: Experience the fun of dancing on the oceanfront pool deck at this hot spot behind Sands Beach Club. Live music plays on the outdoor stage while patrons dance both in and around the pool.