Home to unique pieces of folk art by Jimmy Lee Sudduth and Ruth Mae McCrane, House of Blues Myrtle Beach was built to resemble a Southern farmhouse with adjoining tobacco warehouse. The menu here is divided up into signature appetizers, fire-roasted flatbreads, blues classics, fresh salads, savory sandwiches, juicy burgers, kids meals and desserts, accommodating a wide range of tastes and levels of hunger. For starters, nibble on some jalapeno and cheddar cornbread with Maple Butter, tear into Chicken Wings! Consider the Lobster Mac & Cheese, a dish made with poached lobster meat in a rich, creamy cheese sauce made from scratch and topped with crunchy panko bread crumbs. In addition to classics like Caesar and Cobb, there are unique new flavor combinations like the Herb Crusted Salmon Salad and the Buffalo Chicken Salad. Sandwich options range from a Philly Cheesesteak to a fresh fish sandwich. The Kids menu is pretty basic – chicken tenders, pizza, pasta, hot dog, etc. – but the Dessert section has several sweet tooth options. Bourbon Bread Pudding, Triple Chocolate Cheesecake, Key Lime Pie, and Coconut Cream Pie, all compete for your taste buds if you have any room at all.
The House of Blues Myrtle Beach tickets are mainly for general admission/standing room with 60 bar stools being first come first serve to general admission ticket holders. There is also a Blues Bar in the restaurant featuring live music nightly. The sugar Shack Deck features a raw bar and Top 40 dance music, plus a bar with live music in the courtyard. The House Of Blues Myrtle Beach retail store is located in the Courtyard and is open year-round.