Hurricane Maggie's Bar & Grill

Location: 7710 N Kings Hwy
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

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Happy Hour: Mon-Sat 4pm-7pm


Food Specials

Item Happy Hour $ Regular $ Savings
Buzzard Dip 4.95 5.95 17%
Nacho Basket 7.95 8.95 11%
Cheese Sticks 4.75 5.75 17%
Chicken Tenders & Fries Basket 5.95 6.95 14%
Buffalo Tenders & Fries 6.50 7.50 13%
Grilled Wings (6) 6.00 7.00 14%
Grilled Wings (12) 10.95 11.95 8%
Onion Ring Basket 3.95 4.95 20%
French Fry Basket 2.25 3.25 31%
Homemade Chips 2.25 3.25 31%
Wed- 50 Cent Tacos
$1 Off Whole Menu

Drink Specials

Item Happy Hour $ Regular $ Savings
16oz Premium Drafts 0.75-1.00 off 4.50-8.00  
Domestic Bottles 2.00 3.00-3.25  
Import Bottles 3.50-3.75 4.00-4.25 12-13%
House Liquor 2.50 3.50 29%
House Wine 4.00 5.00 20%
$1 Off All Alcohol
Wed-  $3 Margaritas

Beers on Tap: 12 Rotating Taps: Sweetwater Hash Brown, Southern Tier Pumpking, Calm Before the Storm, Crown Valley Blueberry Cider, Stone Woot Stout, CV Imperial Pumpkin Smash, 3HB Too Kind, Oskar Blue's Ten Fidy, Founders Double Trouble, 21st Amendment Down to Earth, Westbrook IPA, Left Coast Hop Juice



Atmosphere 8
Food 8
Drink 9
Price 7
Happy Hour Specials 8
Total 8.0


For What It's Worth was one of my favorite bars in Myrtle Beach, but it really lacked consistency to make it be one of my top spots along the Grand Strand. With FWIW selling to new owners and renaming it Hurricane Maggie's Bar & Grill, they look to bring some of that consistency that the former place was lacking. Hurricane Maggie's wins me right off the bat by the sheer selection that is provided during Happy Hour. Almost all liquors and bottles are $1 off while the same can be said for the whole revamped menu. The good food already comes at a good price, so the discount is even better. If you have yet to go to the building Hurricane Maggie's is in, it is a two level bar with the downstairs providing more of city type feel with its long and narrow design. The upstairs is laid back with pool tables and also has a bar that will serve when the peak season arrives. There are plenty of craft beers to choose from that are usually rotating on tap and in bottles. While the name Hurricane Maggie's may make it seem like it is tropical or island themed it is far from it and is worth stopping by the next time you are in the north section of Myrtle Beach.