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Charlotte, North Carolina
July 13, 2012
From journal Suzie and Nick’s rock n roll beach weekend.
July 1, 2011
Hollis, New Hampshire
August 18, 2007
From journal Myrtle Beach at Quiet Time
Lexington, North Carolina
October 18, 2006
From journal Get the Crowd Together, Again...
Greensboro, North Carolina
August 26, 2006
From journal Weekend Getaway
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
November 10, 2005
From journal Spring Break 2005
Holly Grove, Arkansas
September 20, 2005
The building was really neat and nice. It is shaped like a pyramid and looks really nice. The interior was clean and nice. The service and menu was not so good. We were asked for our order as soon as we were seated, and we asked for a minute to look at the menu. Well, about 20 minutes later, we finally flagged someone down and told them we were ready to place our order. The menu mostly had high-priced sandwiches. I have eaten at a Hard Rock Café in Maui, which had many different seafood plates on their menu, so I was really disappointed. The sandwich was fine, but definitely nothing special and not worth the wait or price. After placing our order, it took forever to receive our food and then another long wait for our check.
I would not recommend this restaurant. There are many better choices around the area.
From journal Sumer and Winter Vacations in Myrtle Beach
June 21, 2005
From journal Hard Rock at the Beach
March 20, 2005
From journal First Time to Myrtle Beach
February 11, 2005
Inside the Hard Rock is what everybody comes for. If you haven’t been inside a Hard Rock, you will be amazed at the large collection of memorabilia from rock-and-roll's best. Everything from Elvis to the Beatles to Hendrix to more modern legends such as Metallica can be found here. While waiting for your order, it is fun just to look at the walls adorned with records, instruments, clothing, and more. You will find a hip and trendy waitstaff to service you. Once you have chowed down, make sure to save room for the delectable hot fudge brownie sundae. There are plenty of places to walk off all those calories afterwards.
After satisfying your appetite, stop by the gift shop. Wearing one of the Hard Rock T-shirts is a way to stay hip and just let the whole world know what a world traveler you are. You can also pick up shot glasses, leather jackets, beer cozies, and more. Members of the Hard Rock pin collectors' club (and yep, there is such a thing) can pick up a variety of pins. If you are here during a very busy time, you may want to make advanced reservations. Reservations can be made at www.hardrock.com up to a month in advance.
From journal Myrtle Beach... Southern Paradise Found.