P.F. Chang's

Location: 1190 Farrow Pky
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

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Happy Hour: Every day 4pm-6pm


Food Specials

Item Happy Hour $ Regular $ Savings
Edamame Dumplings 3.25    
Shrimp & Pork Dumplings 4.00    
Lemongrass Chicken Dumplings 3.25    
Pork & Leek Dumplings 3.25    
Pork & Rice Siu Mai Dumplings 3.25    
Bacon & Egg Siu Mai Dumplings 3.25    
Vegetable Dumplings 3.25 6.25 48%
Pork Dumplings 3.25 6.25 48%
Shrimp Dumplings 4.00 7.25 45%
Flaming Red Wontons 5.00    
Edamame 4.00    
Chicken Lettuce Wraps 6.00 7.75 23%
Vegetable Lettuce Wraps 6.00 7.75 23%
Crispy Green Beans 4.00 6.45 38%
Asian Tacos (Beef, Shrimp, Pork, or Mahi) 4.95    
Shanghai Street Dumplings 4.75    
Egg Rolls 4.00 4.95 19%
Spring Rolls 3.00 3.95 24%
Tuna Tataki Crisp 4.95    

Drink Specials

Item Happy Hour $ Regular $ Savings
16oz Mich Ultra Drafts   3.25  
16oz Premium Drafts   4.25  
Domestic Bottles   3.25  
Import Bottles 2.75 3.25 15%
Blue Moon & Tsingtao Bottles 3.25 4.25 24%
House Liquor 4.00 6.00 33%
House Wine 5.00-6.00 6.00-7.00  
Select Specialty Drinks 6.00 8.00-9.00 25-33%
Large Sake 4.00 6.50 38%

Beers on Tap: Mich Ultra, Blue Moon, Fat Tire



Atmosphere 7.5
Food 7
Drink 6.5
Price 5.5
Happy Hour Specials 8
Total 6.9


I have actually known that P.F. Chang's has had a Happy Hour for quite some time now, but I had been putting off getting a review because I am very torn on it. It is hard for me to give an honestly biased opinion because there are people out there that swear by P.F. Chang's as the holy grail of dining whereas I have always thought it was vastly overrated. The food suffers from one issue, it's just way too salty. It would be so much better if the sodium level wasn't skyrocketed on some of these dishes. That's why a lot of people always feel so full from eating there and in turn think what they had must be amazing since they're so full. Ok rant over with, onto Happy Hour which I am a fan of. If you can get to the bar early enough to get a seat you can get the P.F. Chang's experience, but cut in half. They have redone the Happy Hour by calling it Dim Sum and adding items that are only exclusive to the Happy Hour menu and for me the Tuna Tataki Crisp is the star of the show. The lettuce wraps are a favorite of a lot of people and it is large enough to share. The bartenders were all very good and service was fast. Many of you already have an opinion of P.F. Chang's so mine really won't affect yours, if you're already a fan then you already have the reason to go, if you're not well at least they have a solid Happy Hour to go to.