Many visitors come to this restaurant looking for a burger and a stiff drink, and leave with a newfound appreciation for American folk art. With virtually every inch of its interior plastered over with vernacular art by largely untrained Southern artists, this Grand Strand version of the House of Blues franchise is by far the most aesthetically interesting bar, restaurant, and musical venue in Myrtle Beach. Redolent of bourbon and live jazz, it's more urbanized and hip than the folk-art setting would imply. Culinary fare includes fish, burgers, salads, steaks, ribs, and all the Southern staples you can handle. There's a "Gospel Brunch" ("Have mercy and say yeah.") every Sunday from 9am to 2pm, with a buffet that's priced at $20 per person, $8.50 for children 6 to 12. No one will mind if you come here just to drink, mingle, gossip, and flirt. And, if you're interested in music, concerts are scheduled almost every night in the summer, with tickets priced from $15 to $85 each. Box office hours are from 11am to 6pm daily.
- © Frommer's 2013
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