Visit these cocktail bars in Myrtle Beach to upgrade your pumpkin-spiced latte for a festive fall drink that’s a little stronger and a lot more fun. Though the beach and sand might awaken a hankering for a margarita or piña colada, the chillier temps inspire many mixologists to create cozy cocktails and seasonal libations worth trying. Whether you’re venturing out for a festival in Myrtle Beach or an indulgent brunch, lunch, or dinner, these restaurants are offering indulgent hand-crafted martinis and top-notch dessert drinks just right for fall.
Head to this restaurant just 10 minutes from Paradise Resort and enjoy an evening in an elegant supper club with chef-created dishes and classic cocktails. New York Prime in Myrtle Beach offers a barrel-aged old fashioned to chase away any chill, and the espresso martini makes a smooth segue from PSLs to evenings out. Follow an impressive meal of shrimp cocktail, stone crabs, and a prime steak with any of New York Prime’s cordials or aged spirits on the rocks.
Whether you’re looking for drinks and desserts or a full meal followed by a festive sipper, head to Sea Captain’s House in Myrtle Beach, just 10 minutes from Paradise Resort. It’s hard to imagine a better atmosphere than Sea Captain’s House in any season, and fall and winter are no exception. With a crackling fireplace nearby and a delicious holiday cocktail in hand, you’ll feel cozy in no time. Swirl a fall-inspired apple pie martini and enjoy the sweet and savory flavors, or try the caramel white Russian while you watch the waves meet the shore. Fans of classic holiday treats appreciate the chocolate-covered cherry martini, and this spiked rendition of the famed candies is worth a try.
Known for its brunch-inspired mimosas, Bellinis, and Bloody Marys, Croissants Bistro & Bakery is a fine spot for festive drinks. With seasonal libations like a Sweater-Weather Latte or an Apple Chai Cider, you’ll quickly know you chose the right restaurant for brunch or lunch. Croissants Bistro & Bakery has a full bar, so you can enjoy a spiked coffee (it’s roasted in-house) or a brunch-style old fashioned with your eggs cooked to order and a fresh-baked croissant or gooey cinnamon roll. The coffee here is just the wake-up call you need, especially when it’s finished with a flavorful liqueur. This out-of-the-way eatery has a menu well worth the 20-minute drive from Paradise Resort.
With sweet, savory, and sumptuous breakfast and brunch fare, Crepe Creation Café in Myrtle Beach offers dishes—and drinks—for any palate. Located on Deville Street in The Market Common neighborhood, this venue is less than 3 miles from Paradise Resort, making any meal there a breeze. Sticking with the 1920s vibe, the bar at Crepe Creations specializes in hand-crafted martinis. These festive scratch-made drinks pair well with the French cuisine, whether you arrive for brunch or a late-night meal.
This speakeasy-themed bar offers signature cocktails and specialty spirits just 15 minutes from Paradise Resort. Those who appreciate an upscale meal accompanied by a seasonal wine or a cocktail garnished with a festive tuile should reserve a table at The Library restaurant in Myrtle Beach. Every dish on the menu is prepared perfectly, including the tableside flambéed desserts. For after-dinner entertainment, pop over to the attached piano bar, 88 Keys, to request your favorite tune and order a Gatsby-inspired cocktail.
Your itinerary nearly plans itself when you book your stay at Paradise Resort. The property’s proximity to the area’s best dining and entertainment makes any outing a breeze. That is, if you can peel yourself away from the luxurious oceanfront amenities and the resort’s indoor pool, hot tub, and lazy river. With accommodations on the beachfront, you’ll never have to take your eyes off the magnificent shoreline, and every condo is appointed with all the comforts of home, only better.