Posted on 12/17/2021

New Year's Eve at the Beach!

The Best Way to Start New Years Eve at the Beach

New Year's Eve Oceanfront Restaurant in North Myrtle Beach

The Grand Strand certainly has its share of special times throughout the year with great festivals, holiday times like Memorial Day and the 4th of July, and of course, Christmas at the Beach. If you visit just about any time, youre sure to have a unique event that will enhance your vacation. One of the most fun times is New Years Eve, which has become a very desirable time to visit - especially when it falls on a weekend! This year, New Years Eve falls on a Friday, which is expected to be one of the biggest ever in North Myrtle Beach and Myrtle Beach! Heres how to best experience it:


We are only two weeks away at the time of this publishing from one of the biggest New Years ever on the Grand Strand, so you better call for your accommodations NOW! Prince currently has some beautiful 1 bedroom condos available, but they are going FAST! Prince is perfectly located so you can have easy access to all the New Years Eve and New Years Day festivities, but also a great place to relax and get away from the crowds and traffic. Sitting out on your private balcony, watching the gentle waves lap the shore is the #1 way to start your new year right! Again - CALL US TODAY!

Mahi Mahi with pineapple salsa
Gourmet Food and a million dollar view!
  • Book your New Years Eve Dinner, 5-9pm

As we do every year, we are hosting an expertly prepared New Years Eve Dinner in our famous 3500 Ocean Grill. The Floor to ceiling windows provide the ideal vista of the gorgeous ocean as you dine on an amazing four course meal. This year, we are featuring delectable entrées such as Pan Seared Mahi Mahi with Pineapple Salsa, Citrus marinade Grilled Chicken Breast, and Beef Filet Mignon with Pinot Noir Reduction. The appetizers and desserts are not to be missed! Did someone say Raspberry White Chocolate Brulee Cheescake Drizzled with Raspberry Sauce?

Fireworks at night New Year's eve myrtle beach
Broadway at the Beach is a great place to bring in the New Year!
  • Head out to nearby Main St. or visit one of the huge parties at Barefoot Landing or Broadway at the Beach!

You can be sure to have an amazing time right down the road at the many New Years Eve bashes on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach! Fat Harolds, Ducks, and The OD Pavilion will be lively, fun, and are great spots to countdown and toast at Midnight. International Café also has great food and drink specials. Barefoot Landing has great fireworks at 6pm, giving you enough time to come back to Prince for the best meal of the year! If you are looking to party the night away, Broadway at the Beach has several parties and almost all restaurants like Bar Louie, Senor Frogs, Margaritaville, and more will be bumpin! Its definitely one of the most exciting places to be on New Years Eve. Also, at 8pm, theyll feature their famous fireworks display over Lake Broadway with some great family fun.

Shopping at Barefoot is a great way to get unique gifts, great food, and entertainment - all in one place!
  • New Years Day

Saturday Morning, be sure to treat yourself to one of the many famous pancake houses that are scattered along business 17. Its the perfect start of a day filled with visiting unique stores and shopping centers who will be holding great New Years Sales. Tanger Outlets, Coastal Grande Mall, and Tomlinsons are great places to start. Youll be able to take the whole Saturday to relax, recharge, and create lasting memories.

What are you waiting for? Call us TODAY or Book Online at These Rooms are going fast and you dont want to miss this New Years Fun! Happy New Year!

man smiling on boat

Jason Coker is originally from the metropolis of Burlington, NC and is passionate about vacation experiences. An aficionado of music, sports, and all things geeky, Jason spends his free time performing music in several brass groups in the Myrtle Beach area, grilling out, and relaxing with his son, daughter, and lovely wife, Amy.

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