Opened in 2012, this is one of the few gastropubs in Myrtle Beach, and it's a nice addition to the existing mix. It attracts a fun, chatty crowd, with folks wearing everything from sandals and a beach towel to more buttoned-up pastels and boat shoes. The beer list is quite deep, with over 50 options, ranging from Sea Dog Brewing in Maine to Seattle's Red Hook. Looking around at the décor, you'll notice a casual Southwest theme (for reasons that eluded this writer). The bar snacks are solid, and the charcuterie plate has a black-truffle salumi and a wild boar prosciutto that are topnotch. As for entrées, the buffalo meatloaf is a welcome surprise, finished with a tangy sauce that really rounds out the flavor.