House of Blues/Crossroads/The Deck

Location: 4640 S Hwy 17
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

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Happy Hour: Every day 4pm-7pm


Food Specials

Item Happy Hour $ Regular $ Savings
Riblets 7.00    
Waffle Fried Chicken Skewers 6.00    
Southwest Quesadilla 5.00    
Carnitas Sliders 7.00    
Cajun Popcorn Shrimp 7.00    
Blue Cheese Chips 5.00    
Flatbread of the Day 7.00    
Pretzel 6.00    

Drink Specials

Item Happy Hour $ Regular $ Savings
Premium Drafts   5.00-6.00  
Domestic Bottles 3.00 4.50 33%
Import Bottles   5.00  
House Liquor 5.00 6.50 25%
House Wine 4.00 8.00 50%
Sangria (Glass) 6.00 9.00 33%
Sangria (Pitcher) 17.00 34.00 50%

Beers on Tap: 4 Rotating Craft Beers


Weekly Specials

Sunday $6 Mimosas; $8 Bloody Marys
Monday Half Off Specialty Margaritas
Tuesday $5 Craft Beer; $5.5 Chicken Wings; $8.50 Half Rack Ribs; $12 Full Rack
Wednesday $5 Elijah Craig Bourbon; $7.50 Voodoo Shrimp; $8.50 Cajin Chicken Pasta
Thursday $5 Stoli Vodkas; $6.50 Margherita Flatbread; Hall Off Grilled Market Fish
Friday Half Off All Sparkling Wines
Saturday $6 Mimosas; $8 Bloody Marys


Atmosphere 8.5
Food 7.5
Drink 6.5
Price 5
Happy Hour Specials 8
Total 7.1


Just to clarify right off the bat, this review is for the restaurant that is right next to the House of Blues, not the concert hall itself. Inside the restaurant is the bar that is called Crossroads and the outside bar that is open in the spring and summer is just called The Deck. As of late The Deck has been a very popular spot among tourists and locals alike. It has been offering live music during Happy Hour and well into the night and it also offers various theme nights like bike nights, dance parties and beer tastings. You might want to beware though that if you're going to be going to The Deck in the middle of summer, it is going to be very muggy and hot without much of a breeze or fans to help matters either. The restaurant runs a different Happy Hour that will often see some really good food specials and great half off daily specials on the weekdays. House of Blues can be a bit pricey, but the Happy Hour provides a great reason to go to an understated restaurant.