Logans logo 2011 eventShan Coughlin sits down with Richard Fulford, One of the managers for Logan’s Roadhouse, part of the Logan’s in the Carolinas family. Shan's ImageTwo of the eighteen locations are in the Myrtle Beach area. One is near Coastal Grande Mall in Myrtle Beach just north of the airport and the other is in North Myrtle Beach just across from Alligator Adventure and the House of Blues at Barefoot Landing.

One thing they all have in common is a relaxed, upbeat atmosphere where the peanut shells are thrown on the floor and your Roadhouse Tea is served is a large mason jar. Whether you are coming in between rounds for their express lunch, or celebrating your winnings after the round, the food and service are second to none. Golfers have come to love the warm soft rolls, crisp salads, juicy steaks and burgers and finger lickin’ good ribs. And this is only part of the menu!

One of the things that sets Logan’s apart, are the hand cut steaks and fresh ground burgers. Yes, they do that on site so you have the freshest food available. The ribs are falling off the bone, and cooked forever to make them so tender. If you like a lighter fare, Shan highly recommends the Southwest BBQ Chicken and don’t forget the soups are homemade daily. That loaded baked potato soup is so delicious, it will make your stomach cry happy tears.

So if you want to know where golfers are eating, look no further than Logan’s Roadhouse. Click below to hear the full interview or download it to your smartphone, tablet or computer to listen on demand. Thank you – eat well!