This internationally famous chain of tropical-themed cafes opened in Myrtle Beach in 2005, a full 35 years after the original debuted in Mazatlan, Mexico.
Decked out in island décor and attitude, Señor Frog’s has become a hot spot in the popular Broadway at the Beach complex, perhaps as desirable as a nightlife destination as it is as a restaurant.
Señor Frogs specializes in Caribbean and Mexican cuisine and plenty of cold beer and frozen drinks to wash down all those spices.
Kick things off with nachos piled high with a wide variety of toppings, then get down to business with Señor Frog’s special burritos, enchiladas and tacos, including the Fish Tacos and the Carne Asada Tacos.
The grill gives off the sweet aroma of ribs and fajitas, featuring your choice of steak, chicken, pork and shrimp, and there are lots of seafood options on the menu, like the Blackened Mahi Mahi and lobster tail.
Desserts include Key Lime Pie and the Molten Brownie, a volcano-shaped that requires several spoons and mouths to finish.
Picture a crazy spring break crowd all year-round and that’s basically what you’ll find every night at Senor Frogs in Myrtle Beach.
Sitting at the foot of the area’s infamous Celebrity Square nightlife hub, Senor Frog’s starts the party early and keeps it going into the wee hours with some of the area’s best DJs, plus live bands and more. During the week local party people gather to take advantage of glow paint parties, foam parties and other theme nights such as SIN (Service industry Nights) and plenty of special events.
This truly is one of the wildest and most exciting nightclubs in Myrtle Beach and any spring break, senior week or bachelor/bachelorette party trip should probably make a point of stopping through at some point during their night out at Broadway.
The party environment and beer by the yard draw a younger college-aged crowd at night, but families and folks just looking for a good time will fit in fine during lunch and dinner. The tropical décor screams island-style casual.