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Latitudes Grill

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5 Ratings
Ratings: 5
Reviews: 5
rAvg: 2.52
pDev: 69.84%
Taps: 3
Bottles: 175
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Bar, Eatery ]

1501 S Ocean Blvd
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 29577-4545
United States
phone: (843) 448-9441

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Notes:
Located at Landmark Resort.

(Place added by: jsdannemiller on 02-22-2011)
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Photo of jrsetzer1
1.25/5  rDev -50.4%

Thanks to their management, you can enjoy a wide range of BMC once again at the Landmark. Some people just aren't satisfied with Bud, Bud light, Miller light, and Coors. Sometimes you need more "select" beers: as in Bud Selet!

What one person spent months transforming into one of the best places to have unique craft beer, another destroyed in moments. I hope the tourist appreciate your decision... and the frozen food you once again serve to help pad your profit margin.

Stay away! Far away!

jrsetzer1, Apr 15, 2011
Photo of johntangus
1/5  rDev -60.3%

>>>PLEASE NOTE: As of April 7, 2011 the Landmark NO LONGER CARRIES CRAFT BEER. <<

The management of the Landmark has crushed the craft beer program and ALL BAs SHOULD STAY AWAY FROM THE LANDMARK.

Brothers, please delete the Beerfly entry for the Landmark.

We weep for our loss. Please weep for us.

The Landmark had a wonderful beer program back at the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011. A chef and fellow BA had taken the reigns of Food & Beverage Director and had a vision of transforming the Landmark into a culinary/BA destination.

With full support of management, his dream was coming to fruition. As his beer menu grew, his vision expanded to offering beer tourism at the Landmark. Beer dinners, homebrewing demos, tastings, etc. There were two beer dinners here, both with over 100 people attending. They were rousing successes.

Then one day, management decided to do a complete 180. While the F&B Director was out sick, they dismantled the program and fired him.

johntangus, Apr 13, 2011
Photo of JamesAimeeSCBG
4.55/5  rDev +80.6%

We just made it back from the third annual Myrtle Beach Beer Fest and we have to tell you about one of the up and coming beer bars located inside the Landmark Resort (www.landmarkresort.com). More specifically, about the determination of Shae Dannemiller (the Food and Beverage Manager) to transform the Landmark's bar, The Pub, into a world class beer bar. We met Shae during the second day of the Fest. He and his wife, Jill, stopped by our Beer Connoisseur Magazine table and introduced themselves. Later, he stopped by with some of the best pretzels we've ever had with an amazing honey butter made from scratch. One of the first steps in his plan was to transform the Pub kitchen from standard hotel fare to a scratch kitchen and we can attest to the results. We stopped by after the Fest and were greeted by Shae himself, a consummate host eager to please and share his knowledge of craft beer and food pairings (he's a certified Cicerone) and make sure that we had a wonderful dinner. Normally, when we think of hotel food, we're thinking over-priced under-sized portions with the usual beer suspects. Forget all of that. After dropping off 4 of the afore mentioned pretzels as table bread, out came our two sandwiches, the Club for Aimee and Chicken Parmesan for me. The prices and portion sizes were amazing. More importantly, the beer menu has over 250 craft beers to choose from. Shae went all out for us and picked a bottle from his cellar to share. A 2007 vintage Rogue XS Old Crustacean! Needless to say, we waddled out of there with very happy faces and still had some to take with us.

Gearing up for a full scale renovation that will see 3 taps grow to 30, a new bar and a new moniker by Easter, we wanted to assure you that you don't need to wait, as the beer list and food now are already way ahead of the curve. Fortunately for the budding craft beer scene in Myrtle Beach, Shae is just warming up. He held an Allagash pairing this past Friday night and has plans to continue with a veritable who's who in brewery names coming soon. Next up will be Highland Brewing and we'll be sure to post all of the upcoming events as soon as we hear of them. He's also teamed up with Myrtle Beach's own New South Brewing for a unique twist on the standard brewery tour...folks had the opportunity to learn and brew a batch at the Pub before heading to New South to tour the brewery then returned to the Pub for complimentary appetizers and to meet other local home brewers. Shae is committed to bringing craft beer to Myrtle Beach in grand style. Do yourself a favor and stop by the soon to be re-named Pub and any other event that has Shae's name attached. With Myrtle Beach's craft beer man of vision at the helm, you can rest assured it will exceed all of your expectations.

JamesAimeeSCBG, Mar 28, 2011
Photo of wesleymcdonald
4.8/5  rDev +90.5%

Upon returning to live in the Myrtle Beach area after a 15+ year absence, I was worried about what the beer scene would be like, as my wife and I have grown quite accustomed to quality craft beer being the norm in the places we would frequent, and not the exception. To our dismay, Myrtle Beach is still very much lacking in availability of quality craft beers. However, I recently ran across one place that is an oasis in this sea of Bud/Coors/Miller Light. That place is the Landmark Resort.

Simply stated, for the vacationer or new resident of the Myrtle Beach area who prefers to enjoy a higher degree of brew, The Landmark Resort has the best beer selection anywhere in the Myrtle Beach area that I have found.... and by a long shot. I would have to add that the pub food is exceptional, too. So happy to have them here, and their dedication to the beer enthusiast, is clearly evident.

wesleymcdonald, Mar 15, 2011
Photo of PawleysPlayr
1/5  rDev -60.3%

***
No more good beers... in a single brilliant move
typical of the uninitiated...it is now converted back to a nondescript NASCAR beer hell.
***

I stayed there before the change….rooms older and in need of updating…prices were cheap, that was the only reason to ever go.

However a few months ago, I attended a dance event there...everything was changing! The food was perfect….the beer selection OMG! I didn’t leave the resort the entire stay!
The menu was no longer based tasteless frozen chicken tenders and french fries….they were serving awesome dishes prepared from scratch like tuna tataki and a truly tasty blackbean soup.
I was really impressed…I was thinking…these guys are really working to make this place stand out amongst the otherwise faceless tourist traps here!
I made sure EVERYONE I talked to knew what a turnaround this place had. I live about 30-35 minutes away….it became a destination for me!

BUT..I guess the management felt that their guests don't deserve awesome beer menu and the excellent food that was being served.

In a single move they dumped the beer and food and went back to being another nameless, faceless, aging example of the blur of dumps on the beach.

PawleysPlayr, Mar 03, 2011
Latitudes Grill in Myrtle Beach, SC
- out of 100 based on 5 ratings.