About Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach is considered the number one golf destination in the United States, but those who have visited the 'Grand Strand' know that is also a premier vacation destination. With its beautiful beaches and countless attractions, everyone can find something to keep them occupied.

Myrtle Beach's Grand Strand consists of a string of small communities that stretches from Little River on the North Carolina border to Georgetown. Its 60 miles of coastline have wide, sandy beaches for swimming, sunbathing and building sand castles; waters full of fish for pier or deep sea fishing and waves for surfing. For the fishing and boating enthusiast, the Intercoastal Waterway meanders through Myrtle Beach and offers even more opportunities for a day on the water. Little River

What better way to be introduced to Myrtle Beach than through Little River. As you enter South Carolina from North Carolina, this small village greets you with bright skies, beautiful flowers that bloom all year, sparkling ocean and majestic oak trees. Shops, restaurants, golf courses and retirement communities have sprung up in the last ten years, but Little River has managed to maintain a less hectic pace than the rest of Myrtle Beach.

Little River's biggest event is the annual Blue Crab Festival. Held in May on the weekend after Mother's Day, many visitors return for the fresh crab and other seafood, a juried art show, arts and crafts of all descriptions, face painting for the children, boat rides, and live entertainment. North Myrtle Beach

North Myrtle Beach consists of the four communities of Cherry Grove, Ocean Drive, Crescent Beach and Windy Hill where Barefoot Landing has become a popular shopping, eating, and entertainment spot.

Crossing the expansive bridge over the Intercoastal Waterway from Little River to North Myrtle Beach is an experience in itself. Steal a quick view of the houses, boats, marinas and bridges for miles in either direction — if you're not driving, that is.

In Cherry Grove, you'll find one of the most popular destinations of both residents and visitors alike, the Cherry Grove Fishing Pier. The pier extends 985 feet into the ocean and has a 2-tier viewing deck with a dynamic view of North Myrtle Beach. The pier attracts the casual and 'serious' angler, and residents and visitors alike.

The other three communities in North Myrtle Beach are not as large or as developed as Cherry Grove, but they also have beautiful beaches and plenty of accommodations. North Myrtle Beach's population has mushroomed since 1990; consequently, so have the development and the traffic. From late April through early September, allow plenty of time to get down Route 17, the main thoroughfare from Little River all the way to Charlestown.

Beach and Boogie Music is king at the Beach Clubs like Fat Harold's Beach Club in Ocean Drive. This thumping, rhythmic music will have you dancing in your seat, if you're not up doing the "Shag," the official dance of South Carolina. Notoriously described as "the jitterbug on Valium," the Shag is fun to watch and even more fun to try. Myrtle Beach, the City

Once you visit Myrtle Beach and see the overwhelming number of hotels, motels, condominiums, restaurants and attractions, you will find it hard to believe that most of the development took place since the late 1950s. Getting to Myrtle Beach is easy thanks to the modern and efficient Myrtle Beach Airport. Once you get there, though, finding your way around can be tricky until you get the hang of the system used to number the roads. The roads are very crowded, but the city managers are dealing with the congestion by adding new roads. Veteran's Highway (Route 22) helps you avoid a large part of Route 17. Route 501, the other main highway, swings off of Route 17 to the west and leads to many of the popular golf courses.

Myrtle Beach has its own baseball team, the Pelicans, a Class A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves. The games are held at BB&T Coastal Field, a relatively small stadium from which you can clearly see all the action on the field. Silly games and contests held in between innings and Splash, the mascot, make going to the games a fun time for all ages.

Myrtle Beach has just about any kind of entertainment you can think of, such as The Carolina Opry, Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede, Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, IMAX Discovery Theatre, Planet Hollywood, Hard Rock Café, Ripley's Aquarium, water parks, nightclubs and shopping galore. There are also many annual festivals that bring visitors back year after year. As they say, "If you're bored in Myrtle Beach, it's your own fault."

The Southern Grand Strand

This southern part of the Grand Strand moves at a more leisurely pace than its northern counterpart, but is equally diverse.

Surfside Beach is directly below Myrtle Beach; consequently, some of the congestion is spilling over to this community. It is being forced to build new municipal buildings as its population swells. Like its neighbor to the south, Garden City, it is fighting to maintain its pristine beaches by not allowing high rise condominiums and hotels. Garden City is still more residential than commercial. It is a popular spot for surf fishing and family outings to the beach.

The residents of the small fishing village of Murrells Inlet preserve its heritage by continuing to fish in its many creeks and waterways. If you want fresh seafood, be sure to visit this self-proclaimed Seafood Capital of South Carolina. It is also the home of the lovely, serene Brookgreen Gardens. With over 6000 acres of sculpture and botanical gardens, it is a must see.

To get to Georgetown, continue traveling down Route 17 through Litchfield Beach and Pawley's Island. It has a relatively small population and is a well-kept secret, so it's a pleasure to leisurely walk the historic streets past the antebellum buildings.

  • Adventure Falls Golf

    735 Highway 17 Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 238 0168
    Adventure Falls Golf on Highway 17 is a great place to spend a couple of hours either during the day or at night. There are two very colorful, 18-hole miniature courses, which offer some challenges, but nothing too frustrating for children. With cascading waterfalls, trees, a castle and caverns to play up, over and down, there is plenty of opportunity to get in trouble and to have some laughs at the same time.
  • Brookgreen Gardens

    1931 Brookgreen Drive Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 235 6000
    This botanical/sculpture garden which includes a zoo is located near Murrell's Inlet about 30 minutes south of Myrtle Beach. These gardens sit on what were once old rice plantations and they are part of a larger 6000-acre nature preserve run under the guidance of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. The gardens display more than 500 sculptured pieces of work interspersed throughout, whereas the zoo presents wildlife exhibits of South Carolinian animals as well as other creatures like birds of prey. However, the coolest thing about this place is their History Adventure Tour, where guests can take a 48-ft. pontoon boat up murky swamps to see alligators, or a trek by vehicle through the back-country that includes Antebellum plantations, Civil War sites and other interesting attractions.   
  • Jurassic Golf

    445 29th Ave South Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 448 2116
    Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, Jurassic Golf is a great place to spend a couple of hours either during the day or at night. You'll swear you've been transported to Jurassic Park itself. There are two colorful, interesting 18-hole courses with dinosaurs and other reptiles that squawk and hiss and plenty of jungle to play through and around. One course has more obstacles than the other and can be considerably more frustrating for younger children. Both are a very entertaining. Cost is $6 for adults; children under 4 free.
  • Legends in Concert

    2925 Hollywood Drive Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 800-960-7469
    This is a fun spot where live impersonators revive both living and dead artists. There is no auto-tune, no lip-synching, and no pantomime fakes, these performers hit every note of their respective superstar's hits and even impeccably emulate their moves and facial expressions. Some celebrities include Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, Diana Ross, Cher, Buddy Holly, Dolly Parton, Madonna, The Blues Brothers and many others. After you see this show, you'll leave incredulous (albeit temporarily) with the idea that you really saw Elvis perform in Myrtle Beach.
  • Mayday Golf

    715 Highway 17 N Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 280 3535
    The theme of this miniature golf course is that your chartered plane has made an emergency landing on a tropical island. There are two courses: Mayday Mountain and Rescue Falls. A big yellow plane that spews steam constantly rests precariously on Mayday Mountain. The course takes you up and over the mountain and through a cave. Rescue Falls has plenty of tropical plants, a flowing river, a waterfall and a rescue helicopter waiting for you at the end. The Rescue Falls course is handicap accessible. Open every day of the week from 9 am onwards.
  • Myrtle Beach State Park

    4401 South Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29575 United States - Phone: +1 843 238 5325
    The first state park in South Carolina (aptly named after the town), is a playground for all ages. The park however, is not to be confused with the more hectic beach located right nearby, but there is still plenty of oceanfront and it is one of the last maritime forests of this type in the U.S. The facilities here allow guests to stay as long as they wish, whether it's just a day or a longer stay at a campsite or two-bedroom cabin for the whole summer. The Nature Center has animal and fish exhibits, flora and fauna from the area and an easy nature trail which is only 3/4 mile one-way. This park also has a store, gift shop, playground, and allows guests to fish from the pier with the required permit. For more information on camping, rentals, etc., check website.
  • Ripley's Aquarium

    1110 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 800 734 8888
    Ripley's Aquarium is located at the popular vacation spot, Broadway at the Beach. One of the main attractions is the shark tunnel where visitors can walk through while fish and sharks swim above the glass. Guests can also see the shark's relatives like rays and skates, as well as marine education presentations, creatures from the Amazon rainforest and thousands of colorful fish. Throughout the year, the aquarium holds a large amount of events, so check the website.
  • Myrtle Beach Convention Center

    2101 North Oak Street Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 800 537 1690
    This beautiful facility has 100,800 square feet of exhibit hall space that can broken down into three separate halls. The total floor space can accommodate 10,000 people and 522 booths. The grand ballroom has 16,890 square feet and can accommodate up to 1672 people. There are also two smaller meeting rooms on two levels. On-site food and beverage services are available. One special feature of this center is Whaling Wall No49 by environmentalist artist Wyland. It depicts Right Whales, the most endangered of the species.
  • Carolina Safari Jeep Tours

    606 65th North Avenue Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 497 5330
    If you want to learn anything and everything about the Myrtle Beach area, this is the tour to take. The guides are extremely knowledgeable about US and local history as well as flora and fauna. For three hours, explore salt marshes, hear tales and legends, see a 15th Century style Moorish castle, visit a rice plantation, see incredible cypress trees and real slave cabins and chapels. Discover how Native American, Spanish, French, British, Jewish and African cultures are intertwined and how they lead to the Gullah culture. Carolina Safari Jeep Tours picks up at many Myrtle Beach area locations and resorts.
  • La Belle Amie Vineyard

    1120 St. Joseph Road Little River, SC 29566 United States - Phone: +1 843 399 9643
    La Belle Amie is a lovely place to visit. Located on what used to be a tobacco plantation, the land has been owned by the Bellamy family since the late 1800's. Taste the Belle Amie wines in the Wine Shop or sip a glass while swinging on the porch swing. You can buy Belle Amie wines and gourmet foods to accompany them in the gift store. There are special events and promotions at different times of the year. The vineyard is also a great place to hold a social or business event.
  • Sea Thunder

    2121 Little River Neck Road North Myrtle Beach, NC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 280 8400
    If you "feel the need for speed," this is the cruise for you! Enjoy a guided tour on the impressive Sea Thunder and meander through the Intercoastal Waterway. But once you you get to the Atlantic Ocean, feel power of the twin Caterpillar 3412 Turbo-Intercooled V12 engines. As you speed along keep your eyes out for dolphins!
  • Unusual Tours

    4845 Highway 17 Business Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 651 1212
    Unusual describes the Gator, the vehicle-vessel on which you will be touring. It's actually a bus that travels right into the water and becomes a boat. Frightening at first, but a great experience. Your tour guide will tell you all about the animals, fish, birds, flowers and plants of the area. He'll also relate the ghost and pirate legends and facts and the history of the area. The tours last about two hours and start at the Wild Water Waterpark in Surfside Beach. Cost is $30.
  • The Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum

    3100 South Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 238 2510
    The Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum is a visual art space dedicated to the work of local artists. The quaint little house dates from 1924, but it was moved from its original location in 1975, when it was slated for demolition. Happily the historic house survived, and today it houses a permanent art collection alongside other guest artist exhibits. An art library and working studio are available for those who want to learn more about art and learn to paint or draw. Admission is free.
  • Capt. Dick's Marina

    4123 Highway 17 Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 651 3676
    Capt. Dick's has fishing excursions of all kinds. The Sea Bass trip is four and 1/2 hours long and costs USD44 for an adult and USD26 for a child 12 and under. On the Continental fishing trip, you will fish approximately 25-35 miles offshore for crimson snapper, triggerfish and bigger sea bass. The cost is USD62 for adults and USD33 for children. Fish for sand, tiger and hammerhead sharks on the six-hour shark-fishing trip. This one costs USD139 per person.
  • Coastal Scuba

    1501 Highway 17 South Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 361 3323 / +1 800 249 9388 (Toll Free)
    See the Grand Strand from a different perspective underwater. Coastal scuba will take you on WWII and civil war wrecks, in reefs and the newest custom dive site in Myrtle Beach, Barracuda Alley. The site has 20 personnel carriers and a customized barge with swim-throughs. Training is offered for all levels, including wreck diver, deep diver, boat diver. Rentals for all equipment. Price vary greatly depending on the type of dive and equipment rented.
  • Lucky Strike Charters

    3312 Highway 50 Little River, SC 29566 United States - Phone: +1 843 249 2049
    Let Capt. Ed Elliott take you on an exciting fishing trip in the Lucky Strike. He will also take you on a scenic ride or customize trips for you. A Half Day fishing trip (5hours) for 6 people includes sea bass, cobia, bonito, and mackerel. An All Day trip (8hours) for 6 people features snapper and grouper. Off-shore fishing is a 10-hour trip. On a Off-Shore trip (10hours) you will fish for all of the above plus grouper and snapper for 6 passengers. The Gulf Stream trip (12-14 hours) for 6 people for snapper, grouper, wahoo, tuna, and big game fish. A 25% deposit is required (refundable for bad weather). Cash and Traveler's Checks only.
  • Black River Outdoors Center & Expeditions

    21 Garden Ave Georgetown, SC 29440 United States - Phone: +1 843 546 4840
    This is a nice quiet way to see the marshes and rivers of the area. Explore the Black River Cypress, Tupelo Swamp, Huntington Beach, salt marshes, creeks, Sunday Island, nature preserves and the Chicora Wood Plantation Creek. Single or tandem kayaks available. A safety talk and introductory lesson by a trained guide are included. All necessary equipment is provided.
  • Cherry Grove Fishing Pier

    3500 N Ocean Blvd Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 249 1625
    The Cherry Grove Fishing Pier extends 985 feet into the Atlantic Ocean so there is plenty of room for fishing for both serious and casual fishing enthusiasts. For those who don't care to fish, there is a 2-tier viewing deck which provides a magnificent view of the ocean and surrounding area. The biggest tiger shark ever caught was caught at this pier. Other fishing records include a second place king, a first-place sheeps head, and a record whiting.
  • Alligator Adventure

    4604 Highway 17 South Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 361 0789
    Alligator Adventure is one of the world's largest alligator exhibits, where visitors can see more than 800 alligators feast, frolic and fetch as they walk on boardwalks. The alligators (including two rare albinos) range in size from eight-inch newborns to 13-foot adults. During the tour, visitors can listen to a lecture and watch the staff feed these animals as they jump out of the water. In addition to these cold-blooded amniotes, visitors can also see tortoises, exotic birds and Komodo dragons, as well as plenty of amphibians in the large herpetology house.
  • Ripley's Motion Master Moving Theatre

    917 N Ocean Blvd Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 626 0069
    Now you can not only watch a movie, but you can be part of it at the same time. The 3-D moving theatre lets you feel every bump, twist, turn and dive. Movies such as Glacier Run will make you glad your seat is bolted to the floor. This experience is not recommended for people who experience motion sickness, have heart problems or don't like fast rides.
  • Heidenseek Charters

    432 Marina D Georgetown, SC 29440 United States - Phone: +1 843 685 4640
    The Heidenseek is captained by Eric Heiden (no, not the Olympic skater), who is Coast Guard certified and on the pro staff of Eagle Claw Fishing Products. In-shore fishing trips costs include bottom fishing and trolling. Starting at 42 miles off the South Carolina coast, you can catch billfish, tuna, wahoo and dolphin. Near-shore fishing trips are within 3 miles of the shore. Rod and reels, bait, tackle, ice and license are furnished. Four guests maximum. Opens daily at 6 am.
  • Mutiny Bay Miniature Golf

    301 Highway 17 S Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 626 7894
    This miniature golf complex has two courses: the Jungle course is filled with exotic trees and African animals, and the signature hole, The Big Hill, is a real challenge; holes-in-one are rare. The Lagoon course reminds you of Hawaii with it banana trees, mountains, caverns, and two beautiful waterfalls that have become popular wedding sites. The view from the top of this course is spectacular, especially at night. Remember your visit with a Jungle Lagoon t-shirt available in the gift shop. Admission prices vary.
  • The Palace Theatre

    1420 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 448 9224
    The Palace Theatre is a grand auditorium which seats 2638 guests who watch performances under the dynamic lighting, large stage area and state-of-the-art sound system. The shows that take place here are usually touring troupes or shows like Le Grand Cirque, The Magical Spirit of Ireland or Jersey Boys. There are two levels, the mezzanine and the orchestra section, and every seat provides an intimate view. Additionally, as with most shows in Myrtle Beach, they are suitable for all age-groups.
  • Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant

    3060 Howard Avenue Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 839 0249
    Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant is located at Market Common Myrtle Beach, where "Urban meets Ocean." Come and enjoy a uniquely fresh experience. The Gordon Biersch heritage of superior quality harkens back nearly 500 years to the introduction of Reinheitsgebot, otherwise known as the "German Purity Law." Although originally intended to maintain quality brewing practices, this tradition of using only the freshest, purest ingredients, governs every aspect of the Gordon Biersch experience. They proudly adhere to this code of quality not only in our award-winning handcrafted beers, but in every plate of food on our tables. Experience the flavor- taste the heritage!
  • Georgetown

    710 Front Street Georgetown, SC 29440 United States - Phone: +1 800 777 7705
    Once the third oldest city in the American colonies, this seafaring town is comprised of 16 blocks on the Sampit River on Winyah Bay and the Intracoastal Waterway. Dotted with shrimp and tour boats docked along the scenic Harborwalk boardwalk, visitors can enjoy landmarks and museums such as the 1842 Old Market Building Rice Museum with exhibits and artifacts on the production of "Carolina Gold" rice that made South Carolina wealthy. Front Street has a variety of quaint gift shops, restaurants, art galleries and museums. The Visitor Center provides maps, brochures and information on tours of the city that include some of the historic homes. - Natasha Lawrence
  • Pelicans Ballpark

    1251 21st Avenue North Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 918 6000
    This ballpark is the home of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, the single-A club under the Texas Rangers' farm system. The park seats 6500 and throughout the season, the Pelicans usually have amazing specials. For instance, the 1USD beer nights on select games is perfect with a couple of hot-dogs and the great American pastime. The stadium is also known as TicketReturn.com Field, however most locals still call it Pelican Ballpark.
  • The Carolina Opry Theater

    8901 Highway 17 North Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 913 4000
    The Carolina Theater's Home Production, the Carolina Opry is consistently rated as one of the premier shows to catch while in town. This high-octane dance, comedy and singing jamboree has been running for more than 30 years, so the production must be doing something right. The other highlight is the theater's Christmas Special presented during the holidays of course, and their rotating cast of musicals. Everything from big Broadway names as well as those off-off-off Broadway to local shows like Good Vibrations (which plays music from the 60s, 70s and 80s), there is usually something for all.
  • Little River

    Mineola Ave and Highway 17 Myrtle Beach, SC 29566 United States
    This Hamlet just north of Myrtle Beach proper is a bit truer to the flavor of the town as it was before it became a tourist mecca. Centered on Mineola Ave as it makes a beeline for the waterfront, this little town consists of little more than a few streets and the waterfront along the eponymous inlet. This section of the city features a few nice restaurants and shops, and its cuisine is centered on its reputation as a hub of the crab harvesting season which takes place in late spring and for which the town hosts it world famous Blue Crab Festival each May.
  • Valor Park

    Farrow Parkway & City Park Street Myrtle Beach, SC United States
    This park is located within Myrtle Beach's Market Common shopping and dining area. Valor Park is regularly used to host local concerts, festivals and public events.
  • Prince George Winyah Episcopal Church

    300 Broad Street Georgetown, SC 29440 United States - Phone: +1 843 546 4358

    Tucked along the far end of Broad Street is the oldest standing religious structures in Georgetown, the Prince George Winyah Episcopal Church (named after King George II). With its history dating back to the early 1720s, the church building boasts of a unique architecture, and facades that define the various architectural styles during the earlier days. For years now, the church has withstood wars and natural calamities, and today stands a registered landmark in the US National Register of Historic Places. To know about the ministry and the services held, do check the website.

  • Coastal Carolina University

    642 Century Circle Conway, SC 29526 United States - Phone: +1 843 349 2026
    Also known as CCU or Coastal, the Coastal Carolina University was established in 1954, and has had an eventful history over the decades. The courses offered here are varied and allow one to self-actualize and imbibe a wholesome educational experience. Check website for information on campus tours.
  • Hobcaw Barony

    22 Hobcaw Road Georgetown, SC 29440 United States - Phone: +1 843 546 4623
    Purchased in 1905 by Bernard M. Baruch, the 15,560-acre(6297-hectare) property was a winter hunting retreat and rice plantation. Upon his death, the property passed to his daughter, Belle W. Baruch. In 1964 when she died, it became a nature and research center in association with Clemson University. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, visitors can tour almost 40 buildings that show rice cultivation in the 18th and 19th Centuries, the history of the area and the 1930s mansion of the Baruch family. A visitor center at the entrance provides maps and information. Birding trips, three-hour tours by van, trail rides, field studies, fly fishing and a Plantation Christmas are some of the programs offered. During the year, many hands-on nature crafts and educational programs are available for kids. Check the website for tour and program fees; otherwise, admission is free. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Hopsewee Plantation

    494 Hopsewee Road Georgetown, SC 29440 United States - Phone: +1 843 546 7891
    Built of black cypress before the Revolutionary War, Hopsewee Plantation has been the continuous residence of only five families since 1735. A prosperous rice plantation during Georgetown's Golden Age before the Civil War, it is located on the north bank of the North Santee River 12 miles (19 kilometers) south of Georgetown. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, it is furnished with 18th and 19th-century furniture. For an entry fee, visitors can take "attic to cellar" tours of the manor that are offered every hour. Thomas Lynch, Jr., a South Carolina signer of the Declaration of Independence, was born here. After touring the house, take a stroll around the grounds. Those who only want to stroll the grounds pay a fee of USD7.50. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Pirates Voyage

    8901-B North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 497 9700
    Enjoy a four-course meal while watching a spectacular show with colorful fighting pirates searching for treasure. A full-scale ship on a real lagoon is the stage for all the action, which includes acrobatics, lighting effects, sounds and pyrotechnics. A Dolly Parton company, it's located in the former Dixie Stampede arena next to the Carolina Opry Theater. Diners are not to be left out either, as they become participants cheering their crew on. The purchase of a Pirates Voyage ticket can be combined with either Wonderworks or Ripley's Aquarium for special rates. Show times and dates vary; check the online schedule or call for more information.
  • Miss Nell's Tours

    723 Front Street Georgetown, SC 29442 United States - Phone: +1 843 446 4777
    Enjoy ghost stories and visit churches, homes and other notable landmarks that reflect Georgetown's 300-year history with Miss Nell's Tours. The tours start and end at downtown Harborwalk Books. Given by a native Georgetonian and former director of the county museum, personal walking and motor tours are offered at 10a, 1p or 3p. Visitors can choose half-hour, one hour or one and one-half hour tours. Group rates are available, and payment is by check or cash. Fees vary depending on the number of blocks included in the tour: USD7 for eight blocks, USD9 for 12 blocks and USD12 for 24 blocks. Call for more information. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Pirate Adventures

    4123 Highway 17 Business Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 651 3676
    Kids and adults will enjoy this very interactive pirate adventure on the Sea Gypsy, located at the Crazy Sister Marina in Murrells Inlet. Arrive at least 30 to 45 minutes before the ship departs so kids can get into character with costumes, eye patches, swords, face painting and tattoos. A cruise lasting over an hour includes finding a treasure map, hunting for and pulling treasure from the sea, spraying "Stinky Pete" with water cannons and drinking "pirate grog." The ship sails in the Inlet only and does not venture into the ocean. Although reservations are not required, it is advisable to do so. Make sure you use the bathroom at the main check-in before boarding as there are none on board. Hours vary seasonally; call for times or check the website. The venue is closed December, January and February and reopens in March. Group rates and private parties are available. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Swamp Fox Tours

    624 Front Street Georgetown, SC 29440 United States - Phone: +1 843 527 1112
    Take the blue and white tram for a one-hour guided tour of Georgetown's downtown historic district and surrounding area with an experienced guide, Geraldine Jayroe. Stops include plantation houses, landmark buildings, the waterfront, churches, government buildings, cemeteries and museums. As South Carolina's third oldest city and second largest seaport, visitors will learn about the history of the city, European explorers, wealthy rice planters, indigo and ship building. Street parking is available, and no reservations are required. -Natasha Lawrence
  • MagiQuest

    1185 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 492 0968
    A magical adventure for kids eight and above, MagiQuest is a live action role playing game in which players embark on quests to solve mysteries. Armed with a special wand that activates creatures and opens treasure chests, players are rewarded with runes for completing quests, which then allows them to access more challenging quests. To begin, guests purchase the wands at the MagiQuest store then register themselves as a specific player. The game requires going up and down different floors (by elevator or stairs); weekends and holidays will find plenty of kids running around. A package example is 90 minutes of adventure time, which includes classic wand and topper. Returning visitors can bring their previously purchased wands for discounted rates.
  • The Pier at Garden City

    110 South Waccamaw Drive Garden City, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 651 9700
    A licensed public fishing pier, this 668-foot (200-meter) long attraction offers some of the best fishing in the area. No saltwater fishing licenses are required, and season passes are available. There are fees for fishing but none to walk the pier. In addition to renting rods and tackle, the tackle shop offers drinks, sandwiches and snacks as well. Fishermen have caught sheepshead, flounder, bluefish, spot and pompano. At the end of the pier is the Deck Cafe, open during the summer. There is also a large arcade on the pier where winning tickets can be traded in for prizes. The Pier Cafe (open March through December) serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. It also features patio dining, an indoor bar, karaoke and live entertainment on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Hours vary seasonally. Check the website for more information.
  • Tupelo Bay Miniature Golf

    1800 Highway 17 South Business Garden City, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 215 7888
    As part of the Tupelo Bay golf complex, the mini-golf course is also known as Runaway Bay Mini Golf, which has two 36-hole miniature courses. One is Cockpit Country and the other is Dunns River Falls. Both are set in a tropical-themed park with numerous waterfalls, a lagoon with seaplane in the middle, tunnels, rivers and bridges. The courses take players around the lagoon and through caves. On a warm day, there are shaded areas to rest. In addition to the mini golf, the complex offers an arcade for kids, a snack shack and ice cream at Painters Homemade Ice Cream. The Cockpit Country course with 18 holes was designed for disabled access. There is free parking on site. Discount coupons can be found in the Myrtle Beach Coupon Book at visitor centers or online. Hours of operation are seasonal; call or check the website.
  • Christmas Mouse

    10880 Ocean Highway Pawleys Island, SC 29585 United States - Phone: +1 843 235 0055

    As one of the charming collection of eclectic stores that make up the historic Hammock Shops at Pawleys Island, this 2,700 square-foot former tobacco barn built in 1900 is everything Christmas.With thousands of ornaments, collectibles, and accessories, patrons can move from room to room exploring decorated trees, walls and doorways. This Christmas Mouse building is registered with the State Historic Preservation Office. Two other delightful Christmas Mouse shops in Myrtle Beach are located at 2306 South Kings Highway and 4852 Highway 17 South. - Natasha Lawrence

  • Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk

    Highway 17 Business Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 357 2007

    A community revitalization project of Murrells Inlet, this mile-long boardwalk features marshes along one side and a variety of restaurants and watering holes (from fine dining to laid-back bars) and shops along the other. Running along the southern end of the Grand Strand, this pristine salt marsh is for nature and wildlife lovers, history buffs, shoppers and folks who just want to enjoy Southern hospitality. Visitors can also look at boats in the marina, stroll the boardwalk, go fishing or crabbing on the Veterans Pier, rent a kayak or Jetski, have lunch or dinner at one of the many restaurants with live entertainment or dance the night away. Visit their website for a list of restaurants that have their own schedule of events and live music. Free parking is also available. - Natasha Lawrence

  • Litchfield Beach

    Litchfield Drive Pawleys Island, SC United States - Phone: +1 843 237 4473
    Cross the causeway from Highway 17 to the north part of Pawleys Island to enjoy a pristine public beach where there are no high rises or commercial properties. Its name comes from a former 18th century rice plantation. Located between Georgetown and Myrtle Beach, the area is simply known as Litchfield. The southern part of Litchfield is open to public use, accessible between various homes. Parking is limited and there are no lifeguards or public facilities. However, bring a picnic lunch and beach gear and enjoy the peace and quiet. Bring your dog, but keep it on a leash between 9a-7p. Call ahead for precise timings.
  • Family Kingdom

    300 South Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 626 3447
    At this oceanfront family amusement park there are a multitude of thrill rides such as bumper cars, go-carts, the Swamp Fox Roller Coaster and a Sling Shot with a 110-ft. free-fall. There are also kiddie rides as well as a water park with lazy river, slides, waterfalls and flumes. Admission to Family Kingdom is free, but passes are required for the water park or the amusement park rides. Hours of operation vary (check website) and inclement weather rules apply.
  • Wonderworks

    1313 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 626 9962

    Visitors of all ages won't be able to resist this curiously odd, three-story structure that appears upside-down from the outside. Entertaining, scientific and educational, the ceiling of the lobby is decorated just like the floor and it certainly belies the fun ahead for the inquisitive. Children and adults will find exhibits and displays, simulators, physical tests of endurance and games of fun. Experience the force of 84-mph winds in the Hurricane Shack, generate electricity by bike pedaling, lay on a bed of nails, feel the 28°F water that passengers of the Titanic felt, ride a simulated roller coaster, make giant bubbles in the Bubble Lab or try your hand at landing the space shuttle. 

  • Dragon's Lair Fantasy Golf

    1197 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 913 9301

    Located at Broadway at the Beach entertainment and dining complex, Dragon's Lair offers a few hours of challenging miniature golfing experience on two courses with varying difficulty. With an imaginative theme of magic and fire-breathing dragons, the whole family will enjoy walking winding pathways, exploring story-book structures and gardens, terrain, tunnels and bridges. There's even scary sounds and animated creatures. A volcano "erupts" every half hour. Everyone can feed the ducks and fish around the lake. Food is available at coin-operated feed stations. Hours may change or remain open later according to weather and season. Admission: USD9 before 6pm, USD10 after 6pm and USD15 for all day play. Visit the website for more information. There is a link to printable discount coupons. - Natasha Lawrence

  • Comedy Cabana

    9588 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 449 4242
    Locals and visitors seeking a non-smoking venue for humor and a fun night out should visit this comedy club. The two hour shows feature three comedians, and sometimes you can even purchase live set DVDs by the performers as souvenirs. Patrons are required to purchase two food or drink items during the show, but prices are reasonable. Light fare such as pizza and sandwiches is also available. Discount coupons can be found in visitor pamphlets from the visitor center or local newspaper.
  • T.I.G.E.R.S. Preservation Station

    4898 U.S. Highway 17 North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 361 4552
    T.I.G.E.R.S. stands for The Institute of Greatly Endangered and Rare Species. The focus of this 50-acre institution is preservation, education and training. The facility invites the public to get close to exotic and wild animals, and sometimes even gives people the chance to hold or interact with tiger cubs. A personal 3-hour tour can be expensive, but a USD20 coupon can be found in local discount books and newspapers. A USD40 photo discount is also available at the park. The minimum age for a tour guest is six. Videos and photo sessions can be created with family groups taking the tour. Visitors will leave knowing more about the importance of preservation and the thrill of experiencing a "safari" style trip into the wild right at home. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Myrtle Beach Zipline Adventures

    321 9th Avenue North Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 839 9477
    Zip on over to Adrenaline Adventures newest attraction in Myrtle Beach. Take in the unparalleled view of the beach and surrounding Five Points area from over forty five feet in the air. Guests climb the stairs to the launch tower and strap into their gear before hurling over six hundred feet to the next tower at close to forty miles per hour. Six side-by-side ziplines ensure that friends and family can all join in on the fun.
  • Surfside Beach

    Surfside Beach Surfside Beach, SC 29575 United States - Phone: +1 843 913 6111
    Located in Horry County, Surfside Beach was founded in 1964. This seaside paradise is a popular vacation destination, credited to its breathtaking 2-mile (3-kilometer) shoreline. Commonly called "Family Beach," this town lives up to its nickname with several family-friendly, recreational activities on offer, like miniature golf, fishing, dining and shopping.
  • Old Horry County Courthouse

    Main Street Conway, SC 29526 United States - Phone: +1 843 248 1769
    The Old Courthouse today serves as a Conway City Hall. The courthouse comprises of two stories in the Classical Revival style of architecture. The first story consists of an extension below which there are three arches. The ground level is used to accommodate offices. This hall was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.
  • Cherry Grove Beach

    North Ocean Boulevard North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States
    Cherry Grove Beach is a part of the North Myrtle Beach community. Located along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, the beach is generally quiet and peaceful, good for a long evening walk on the cool sand. The coastline and the creeks emanating from it are lined with beautiful beach houses and condos. The Cherry Grove Pier was built in the 1950s and is known for its numerous fishing activities and the fishing tradition it has come to be associated with. Today, the pier is a prominent landmark of the city and even has its own gift shop.
  • Georgetown Lighthouse

    North Island Georgetown, SC 29440 United States - Phone: +1 803 734 3893
    Built in 1801, the Georgetown Lighthouse was originally made of cypress wood which was later replaced by a brick tower in 1812. It was again rebuilt in 1867 after it was severely damaged during the Civil War and is now the oldest of its kind in South Carolina. This white, cylindrical, brick lighthouse is manned by the U.S. Coast Guard and is a part of the U.S. Coast Guard. It was added on National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
  • W. H. Winborne House

    1300 6th Avenue Conway, SC 29526 United States - Phone: +1 843 248 1740(Tourist Information)
    W. H. Winborne House is located at Horry County, South Carolina. This brick home was built in the year 1925 C.E and is a one and a half story structure. It has an American Craftsman style of architecture with cross-gable-roofed and a broad peaked gable. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on August 5, 1986.
  • Waccamaw River Memorial Bridge

    1 Main Street Conway, SC 29526 United States - Phone: +1 843 248 1740(Tourist Information)
    The Waccamaw River Memorial Bridge stretches across the Waccamaw River. It is dedicated to the locals of Horry County who fought in the American Wars. It was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1994.
  • Waccamaw River Warehouse Historic District

    Main Street Conway, SC 29526 United States - Phone: +1 843 248 1740(Tourist Information)
    The Waccamaw River Warehouse Historic District comprises three contributing properties that includes a terminal, a regular warehouse and a tobacco warehouse. It was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
  • Pleasant Inn

    200 Broadway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States
    The Pleasant Hill is a celebrated boarding site, precisely situated at the Myrtle Beach in the Horry County of South Carolina. Its construction was completed in 1927. The in is established on a land area of less than one acre. Predominantly a wood frame construct, the lodge is a two-story structure. The two story full facade porches add up to the aesthetics. The Inn stays registered on the National Register of Historic Places. 
  • Waccatee Zoo

    8500 Enterprise Road Myrtle Beach, SC 29588 United States - Phone: +1 843 650-8500
    The Waccatee Zoo is not your typical zoo, it is more of an animal preserve without all the fancy installations and equipment found at other places. The acreage is privately-owned and due to its bucolic surroundings near the Waccamaw River, the animals are placed in an environment somewhat similar to their own. Some of the animals include alligators, storks, lemurs, lions, tigers and the exotic Patagonian Mara as well as a petting zoo that has goats, donkeys, sheep, and more. The zoo also allows guests to feed certain animals like camels and even boars!
  • 2nd Ave Pier

    110 North Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 445 7437
    This old-school pier is one of Myrtle Beach's most iconic attractions and for over 75 years it has been a mainstay on the Grand Strand. Almost everyone who comes to Myrtle Beach inevitably encounters the pier and if you're smart, you'll visit Pier View Bar or the Pier House Restaurant. Both are great places to enjoy world-class seafood and marvel at the equally impeccable views of the mighty Atlantic. On the pier itself, visitors can try their hand at fishing and even obtain a daily permit as well as rentals if you don't have your own. For more information, check the pier's website.
  • Myrtle Beach Boardwalk & Promenade

    Myrtle Beach Boardwalk & Promenade Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States
    No trip to Myrtle Beach would be complete without a trip down the 1.5-mile boardwalk and promenade. It was completely refurbished and renovated in 2010 and now it is the city's centerpiece on the beach. The boardwalk stretches from the 14th Avenue pier to the 2nd Avenue one and along the way, the walk provides a mix of nature and nightlife. There are more tranquil spots near the beginning of the promenade and towards the middle is where most people find the restaurants, bars and shops. It's nearly impossible to miss it, especially if you're staying nearby.
  • Myrtle Beach SkyWheel

    1110 North Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 839-9200
    Almost every beach that comes with a boardwalk has a carousel or Ferris-wheel and this case is no different in regards to the latter. However, this is not your Ferris-wheel of yesteryear, it is a modern contraption that carries passengers in style and comfort above the promenade. The ride lasts about ten minutes, which entails three revolutions, and is a great option to take some pics or a date. For group rates or VIP tickets, check website for packages and deals.
  • Bodo's German Restaurant & Pub

    407 8th Avenue North Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 448-1310
    Bodo's is a mütter und vater restaurant that caters to those who may have a hankering for German essen, or food. To begin, Bodo presents Goulaschsuppe, Erbensuppe (split-pea soup) with seasonal sausage or the Weinbergschnecken (snails in scampi mushroom sauce) for the more intrepid. As entrees, diners will find every type of Schnitzel available, from pork to tenderloin and wiener, it's here. The house Sauerbraten is one of the best recommendations on the menu and of course guests will find plenty of beer also. Check out the website for the full menu.  
  • Brentwood Restaurant & Wine Bistro

    4269 Luck Avenue Little River, SC 29566 United States - Phone: +1 843 249 2601
    This award wining restaurant is Chef owned and operated. Chef Eric Masson welcomes you to enjoy his unique low country French cuisine. Located in a 1910 historic Victorian house, the Brentwood features five elegant private dining rooms with two bars, five fireplaces, a piano bar upstairs and an impressive wine collection. This beautiful property is an ideal setting for all your small and large catering needs and can host casual or upscale wedding ceremony and reception. Open for dinner year round Monday to Saturday at 4:30 pm. Log on to their website to learn about cooking class, Chef tasting dinner and special menus for all major holidays. 
  • Carolina Roadhouse

    4617 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 497 9911
    Carolina Roadhouse is a no-nonsense Southern eatery, with decor that highlights Palmettos (this is the state's moniker after all) and lots of woodwork. On the menu, award-winning steaks and ribs are served in very generous proportions. For those who abstain from red-meat, there are plenty of fish and salad options, and each meal is accompanied by a warm, sticky croissant. Be sure to try the outstanding warm bacon and honey mustard house dressing or the shrimp gumbo as a starter. This popular restaurant gets very busy on weekends and every night during the summer, so get here early for a table!
  • Capt. Bennetts Calabash Seafood

    2900 N Kings Hwy Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 448 2977
    Capt. Bennett's is famous for its 80-item buffet. For $20, your choices include crab, seafood, steaks, chicken, vegetables, salad and dessert. Kids under three years old eat free, three to five year olds eat for USD 2.95, and six to eleven year olds eat for half price (buffet only). You can also order from the menu. Crab legs by the pound are available for take out. This restaurant does a great job of accommodating large groups and tour buses.
  • Chianti South

    2109 Hwy 17 N Little River, SC 29566 United States - Phone: +1 843 249 7888
    Started in Newburgh, NY, this restaurant is named for the Chianti region in Italy in which the owner was born. When he "retired", he moved south and opened his restaurant in a restored colonial in Little River; hence, Chianti South. The menu consists of traditional Italian dishes as well as some very creative dishes. It includes hot and cold appetizers, veal, quail, chicken, calamari, steak, pasta and more. Chianti South received the Wine Spectators Award of Excellence for three years in a row.
  • Greg Norman's Australian Grille

    4930 Highway 17 S Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 361 0000
    This is golfer Greg Norman's only signature restaurant and it is located in Barefoot Landing right on the Intercoastal Waterway. The dark decor is casual but classy and the views are beautiful. Dress is "casual chic." The menu consists of wood-gilled American, continental and regional dishes with lots of seafood and steak choices. Everything is a la carte, and entrees are expensive. The pub has an extensive wine, beer and liquor selection and it opens at 4pm. There is also a retail store on site with the Greg Norman clothing line. Open daily 4pm onwards.
  • Hard Rock Café

    1322 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 946 0007
    This Hard Rock Cafe is the only one in the world shaped like a pyramid. Outside, a huge lighted fountain gives an eerie effect to the building. As you enter, you look down on a huge, cavernous, colorful room complete with columns, hieroglyphics and drawings of Egyptians. The walls are covered with rock 'n' roll memorabilia, and the music is very loud. The general menu includes appetizers, soups, salads, burgers, specials and desserts.
  • Overtime Sports Café

    1401 Highway 17 S Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 361 1514
    This spot definitely caters to the sports fan; there are TVs everywhere so you can root for your favorite teams. The menu is standard American fare, but the food is very good and inexpensive. Different specials are offered on different nights of the week. For example, Wednesday night is 2 for 1 drinks for ladies and half price appetizers in the bar. If you're not interested in sports, you can log on the Internet and check your email in the Internet Lounge. Enjoy a cappuccino while you surf.
  • The Parsons Table

    4305 McCorsley Avenue Little River, SC 29566 United States - Phone: +1 843 249 3702
    This elegant restaurant is housed in a church that was built in 1885 and the stained glass windows are truly magnificent. Listed as the number one historic restaurant in South Carolina, The Parson's Table is also ranked one of the Top 50 Best Overall Restaurants in the US by the Academy of Awards of the Restaurant Industry. Portions are generous, and the extremely varied menu includes steak, seafood, lamb, quail with oysters, vegetarian dishes and others. Dining here is truly an experience.
  • Planet Hollywood

    2915 Hollywood Drive Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 448 7827
    The menu at Planet Hollywood is good, but you don't necessarily go here for the food; you want to see the memorabilia of the famous and infamous. From footwear to hats, Planet Hollywood has it all. Large screens show trivia, movie clips and previews. Near Broadway at the Beach, this is a great place for large groups and meetings. One private room holds up to 75 people and has two 66-inch screens and one 100-inch screen for presentations and videos.
  • Rossi's Italian Restaurant

    9600 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 449 0481
    For more than 25 years, Rossi's has been making diners rave over their succulent veal, chicken and eggplant dishes made 'a la Rossi' homemade style. The restaurant is located in the Galleria Center, a nondescript strip mall near Restaurant Row. The extensive menu has a nice mix of standard Italian dishes, as well as some unique creations like their own Saltimbocca. Don't forget to ask about daily specials and after dinner, guests can venture over to the Eighty-Eights piano bar.
  • Sea Captain's House Restaurant

    3002 N Ocean Blvd Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 448 8082
    The Sea Captain's House Restaurant has won more awards than any other restaurant in Myrtle Beach. Living Magazine named it Best Seafood Restaurant four years in a row. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, it offers a wonderful variety of unique fish dishes as well as poultry, steak, pork and daily lunch specials. You may have a lengthy wait, as the Sea Captain's House does not take reservations. Once you get seated, though, you will enjoy a delicious meal and a beautiful ocean vista.
  • Seafare Restaurant

    9925 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 232 1366
    The Seafare Restaurant was voted a Best of the Beach finalist in the Best Sunday Brunch, Best Seafood Restaurant, and Best All You Can Eat Restaurant by the Myrtle Beach Sun News newspaper. Its seafood buffet includes crab legs, stuffed lobster tails, salmon, clams, oysters and more. For non-fish eaters, there is also beef and poultry, and you can order from the menu. Kids under age 5 eat from the buffet for free.
  • Thoroughbreds

    9706 North Kings Hwy Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 497 2636
    You know you have entered a place of class and elegance when you see Thoroughbred's mahogany walls, leather accents, fireplaces, oil paintings and French doors. Each dining room is cozy and romantic. The food and service are superb. Fresh seafood, veal, lamb, duck, chicken and beef dishes are prepared by some of the finest chefs on the East Coast. Since opening in 1988, Thoroughbred's has won a number of local and state awards. This is a first class restaurant and a dining experience not to be missed.
  • Yamato Seafood and Steakhouse of Japan

    1213 Celebrity Circle R 5 Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 448 1959
    This restaurant is located near Broadway at the Beach. It offers appetizers such as shrimp and vegetable tempura and beef or tuna teriyaki. Entrees include teriyaki chicken and beef, shrimp, rib eye, filet mignon and other delicious combinations. You also get soup, house salad, shrimp appetizer, vegetables, fried rice and sherbet for dessert. The dinner is cooked in front of you on the hibachi table around which you are seated. A large of assortment of sushi is also available.
  • Bummz Beach Cafe

    2002 North Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 916 9111
    Bummz Beach Cafe sits right on the edge of the Atlantic and it serves as the perfect spot for a bite to eat or get some rays. Their fish & chips plate is certainly worth trying, but the real appeal has to be the crab cake dinner which is perfect for two. Bummz has a fairly large patio right on Ocean Boulevard that extends to the beach, where it becomes a great spot to relax in one of their Adirondack chairs. On hot summer days, these chairs fill up quickly with sunbathers so get here early!
  • Froggy Bottomz

    1320 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 444 3500
    Can't afford a trip to New Orleans to hear great jazz? You don't need to. At Froggy Bottomz in Celebrity Square at Broadway at the Beach, you can hear just about any variation of blues or jazz you want, including zydeco. The group, Illuzion, provides the live entertainment. On Fridays and Saturdays, the best in top 40 sounds are featured. The clubs has its doors open Wednesdays to Saturdays from 8 pm onwards.
  • Broadway Louie's Grill

    1318 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 444 6885
    Broadway Louie's at Celebrity Square is both arcade and sports pub, with video, arcade and virtual reality games on one side of the bar and on the other, more than 50 screens to watch your favorite teams. Broadway Louie's has karaoke every night and the kitchen serves items like New York-style pizza, subs and various appetizers. Overall, a relaxed place to eat and drink without denting your wallet too much.
  • Original Shuckers Raw Bar

    1320 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 626 9535
    Voted the Best Raw Bar on the beach by locals, Original Shuckers is a very casual place to kick back and relax. Besides the extensive raw bar, Shucker's serves appetizers, soups, salads, seafood, steaks and pasta. A late night menu is available. Between "feedings," you can play and video games or hang out on the patio.
  • Joe's Crab Shack

    1219 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 626 4490
    If you like crab, this is the place to eat. Joe's Crab Shack, located at Broadway at the Beach, serves more than six varieties of crab in five different ways, all year round. Don't be fooled by the extremely casual atmosphere. The restaurant is one cavernous room with large wooden tables and memorabilia from the 50's and 60's on the walls. The food is excellent and reasonably priced. Besides crab, Joe's also has soups, sandwiches, grilled tuna, shrimp, salmon, and steaks. They also pack crab for traveling.
  • Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery

    1312 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 626 4677
    The Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery is the newest brewery on the Grand Strand. Located at Broadway at the Beach, this brewery has at least 6 different, interesting, brewed beers on tap daily. The food is good, but the menu is limited to appetizers, steaks, seafood and pizzas. A few of the entrees are marinated in ale. There is a kids menu. Pints are $2 and appetizers are half price during happy hour. Open everyday from 11 am onwards.
  • Drunken Jack's Restaurant & Lounge

    4031 Hwy 17 Business Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 651 2044
    The legend goes that a crew member named Jack was mistakenly left behind on an island near Murrell's Inlet with dozens of casks of rum buried by Blackbeard and his men. Soon he became "Drunken Jack." Right on the water, this casual restaurant offers very fresh grilled, blackened or sauteed seafood. Its more interesting dishes include calamari, frogs legs, grouper, oyster stew, she crab soup and conch fritters. For the landlubber, they offer steaks, prime rib and chicken. There is a fairly extensive wine list. Leave room for the Black Joke pie, a truly serious dessert.
  • Horst Gasthaus

    802 37th Ave South Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 272 3351
    It's Oktoberfest all year long at Horst Gasthaus! The menu offers authentic German dishes such as sauerbraten, wiener schnitzel and potato pancakes, as well as American food. For a reasonable price, you can indulge in the all-you-can-eat pork chop special. Enjoy real German beer in beautiful steins. While you dine, German John will entertain you with his one-man band. A children's menu is available, and children under four years old eat free.
  • Hot Stacks

    87 Highway 17 N Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 249 7710
    If you want a good breakfast, a great deal and fast service, Hot Stacks is the place to go. You'll have no trouble making your tee time. The portions are large, the prices are good, and the restaurant is large and clean. The breakfast menu includes all the typical breakfast foods, plus grits and biscuits. The lunch menu includes steaks, hamburgers, sandwiches and specials. Breakfast is served all day. Hot Stacks has a second location at 1501 North King's Highway in Myrtle Beach.
  • The Melting Pot

    5001 N Kings Hwy Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 692 9003
    Have you had fondue lately? The Melting Pot's entire menu is a fabulous collection of fondues from the traditional cheese to vegetable, beef, chicken and seafood varieties. The dessert fondue is chocolate, of course, into which you dip an assortment of fruits and cakes. The Melting Pot also has a full bar and an extensive wine list. Although somewhat on the expensive side, the romantic atmosphere of the restaurant makes it the ideal place for that special date or occasion. Brush up on your dipping technique, and enjoy a tasty dining experience here.
  • El Cerro Grande

    108 S Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 946 9562
    El Cerro Grande is the best Mexican restaurant in the Myrtle Beach area, winner of the "Mexican Restaurant of the Year" award from the Myrtle Beach Herald. The menu offers standard Mexican fare, such as burritos, fajitas, frijoles, quesadillas and chimichangas. Served hot, the food is always fresh and the cheese is used sparingly and doesn't smother the dish. The salsa is a specialty, it's both chunky and flavorful. El Cerro Grande is a fairly large restaurant so the wait is never excessive. It's colorful and clean atmosphere is only made better by excellent service. There are three locations on the Grand Strand.
  • Nick's on 61st

    503 61st Ave Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 449 1716
    Nick's chefs always win top spots in local cooking contests. The restaurant is known for its steaks, veal, seafood and pasta dishes, as well as it's daily lunch and dinner specials. Every dish is beautifully presented and is fresh and delicious. Leave room for dessert; they are outstanding. The atmosphere of the restaurant is conducive to a romantic dinner even though dress is casual. Nick's offers the only wine and Tapas bar on the Grand Strand. Dinner reservations are strongly recommended.
  • Bovine's Wood Fired Specialities

    3979 Highway 17 Business Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 651 2888
    The first thing you'll love about Bovine's is its beautiful location on the water at Wahoo's Marina. As the setting draws you in, be prepared to be swept away by the wonderful aroma from the wood fired ovens. This award-winning restaurant has been recognized by Southern Living and USA Today. The menu includes fresh local seafood dishes, wood oven pizzas, steak, jambalay, Caribbean crab cakes and Cajun shrimp. One of its unusual dishes is Pizza with Andouille Sausage and Roasted Red Peppers. The atmosphere is casual and makes it ideal for family dining.
  • Wahoo's Raw Bar & Marina

    3993 Hwy 17 Business Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 651 5800
    Choose from many appetizers at this top restaurant, including tuna seared with a seven-pepper blend and served with Pacific Rim cream sauce. Entrees include large salads such as Malaysian Steak Salad, and fresh local fish such as trout, shrimp and sea bass. For the landlubber, there is filet mignon and lamb chops, among other choices. Dress is casual. There are daily specials, an outdoor bar overlooking picturesque Wahoo Marina and a sushi bar. Reservations are suggested for this award-winning restaurant. Opens daily 5pm onwards.
  • Bumstead's Pub

    400 11th Avenue Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 445 6592
    Located next to the popular Dagwood's Deli in the heart of Myrtle Beach, this Euro-American Pub offers appetizers like chicken wings and nachos alongside great tasting salads, sandwiches & burgers. The specialty plates like the Fish & Chips or Italian meatballs are big enough for two. On tap, most of the beers are domestic craft beers, but guests will still find plenty of European bottles. Overall, it's a nice place to relax after work and there is a late night happy hour.
  • Red Lobster

    2540 David H Mcleod Blvd Florence, SC 29501 United States - Phone: +1 843 661 7130
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    10000 Highway 17 N. Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 497 7761
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Olive Garden

    1405 N. Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 626 8856
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    4701 Highway 17 N. Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 272 7530
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Señor Frog's

    1304 Celebrity Circle, Broadway at the Beach Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 444 5506
    Walking past this chirpy restaurant, with its country décor and child-like charm, is a Herculean task. Once you've given in to curiosity or temptation, you can feast on your fill of honest-to-goodness Mexican food. But wait - it's not just about nachos, tacos and chorizos – the extensive menu will have you slavering at the exotic names while you try to get a taste of everything. Need help? Start off with a swig of Queso Flameado Tequila, followed by Lobster Soup and Chicken or Beef Enchiladas. The Dessert Nachos are simply divine! The ambiance is a refreshing change from the staid and formal atmosphere you'll find in most uppity eateries. This place is all about fun and family. Hop into the ol' frog's pad for a cheerful eating experience!
  • Outback Steakhouse

    110 Dunbarton Dr. Florence, SC 29501 United States - Phone: +1 843 679 0055
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    3270 Hwy. 17 S. Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 651 0080
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    7025 N. Kings Hwy. Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 449 5888
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Cheeseburger in Paradise

    7211 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 692 3891
    Besides the yummy cheeseburgers, a tropical setup and a colorful and extensive drinks menu is also what you get when you visit this friendly and popular joint. The food is good and there is also a live band to add to the fun environment. Kids seem to love the place. No wonder people keep coming back for more!
  • Longhorn Steakhouse

    1180 Oak Forrest Lane Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 839 3310
    LongHorn Steakhouse has grown to be one of the best eateries with a reputation for serving only the freshest of food. The grilled salmon with a nice char and a pinch of marinade and ginger is so genuinely made that it bears the same taste always! Order for an asparagus along with it to enhance the taste. The unique flavor and the hospitality of the staff make up a lethal combination to make your meal at LongHorn's a memorable one.
  • Carrabba's Italian Grill

    6803 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 467 2600
    Italy—a country known for delectable cuisine and Carrabba's Italian Grill, is more or less the best place for some authentic Italian grub in this part of the States. A through and through family run diner, this place presents a menu that is gourmet all the way. Linguine Pescatore and chicken & Spinach Cannelloni are classic examples of upscale menu served here. No Italian meal can be complete without Piccatas, Lasagnas or the ever popular pizzas, get the best of these in a place famous for dishing out picture perfect meals. Carrabba's Italian Grill—indeed Italian all the way.
  • Chestnut Hill Restaurant

    9922 Highway, 17 North Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 449 3984
    Walking into Chestnut Hill Restaurant is as good as visiting a traditional Italian home—as far as food is concerned. Seafood, Lamb or Veal—you can take your pick, each dish is nothing short of marvelous. Whether its a four course meal or an unlimited buffet menu on Sundays, you are bound to visit this place quite a few times. Grilled meat, Fettuccines and Casseroles make for a terrific dining option. Come down for an early meal and try out some of their amazing recipes that include the likes of absolutely delicious crab cakes and Caesar salad tossed to perfection. An apt place for family dinners, a romantic date or simply a place to satiate your Italian food craving.
  • Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant

    3060 Howard Avenue Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 839 0249
    Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant is located at Market Common Myrtle Beach, where "Urban meets Ocean." Come and enjoy a uniquely fresh experience. The Gordon Biersch heritage of superior quality harkens back nearly 500 years to the introduction of Reinheitsgebot, otherwise known as the "German Purity Law." Although originally intended to maintain quality brewing practices, this tradition of using only the freshest, purest ingredients, governs every aspect of the Gordon Biersch experience. They proudly adhere to this code of quality not only in our award-winning handcrafted beers, but in every plate of food on our tables. Experience the flavor- taste the heritage!
  • House of Blues Myrtle Beach

    4640 Highway 17 South Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 272 3000
    Since its first incarnation in 1992, the House of Blues has become a household name. With different locations in cities like Hollywood, Orlando, L.A. and Chicago (there are 13 in all), founder Isaac Tigrett and celebrity Dan Aykroyd bring live entertainment and better-than-average pub grub to the delight of citizens around the country. Despite its name, the music is not entirely of the blues, 12/8 time-signature variety, just check the event calendar to find your favorite style of music or entertainment. With shows that run the gamut from Murder Mystery Dinner Theater to the World Famous Gospel Brunch, there is something for everyone. Music and art influence every aspect of House of Blues' decor and every region has an ambiance that reflects its city. In fact, with over 600 pieces of "outsider" art, House of Blues is one of the largest folk art galleries in Myrtle Beach. In regards to food, HOB serves a variety of Southern-delta inspired dishes including Jambalaya and BBQ Baby Back Ribs. For the complete kitchen menu, check the Myrtle Beach HOB website.
  • Rice Paddy Restaurant

    732 Front Stret Georgetown, SC 29440 United States - Phone: +1 843 546 2021
    Located on the corner of Front and Broad Streets, this building was once the People's Bank as well as a barber shop. Now, you'll find fresh, Lowcountry cuisine using local produce and seafood in this historic location. Examples of dinner entrees include Rice Paddy's Lump Crab Cakes with Creamy Grits and Panko Crusted Chicken Breast with Shrimp, Crab and Mustard Cream. The lunch menu offers daily chief specialties, salads and sandwiches. On a pleasant day, diners can sit on the sidewalk patio under umbrellas. The wine collection is stored in the old bank vault. Reservations are recommended and can be made online. The restaurant is open for lunch only on Monday from 11:30p to 2:30p. There is metered street parking. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Hog Heaven

    7147 Ocean Highway Pawleys Island, SC 29585 United States - Phone: +1 843 237 7444
    A two-time National BBQ Champion landmark, this family-friendly restaurant south of Pawleys Island has served locals and visitors for over 50 years. Some of the freshest seafood offered is caught nearby. The interior décor is backwoods casual with real oyster tables with holes for shells and live oak trees growing through the middle of the building. Dining options including eating in with table service or a sumptuous buffet. Take out or catering for up to 2000 people is also available. There is outdoor dining on the back deck with a bar where entertainment sometimes includes live music or karaoke. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Blue Crab Restaurant

    9448 Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC 29585 United States - Phone: +1 843 979 2722
    Focusing on popular local seafood from appetizers to entrees, this casual restaurant near the Atlantic Ocean also offers Pawley's Island Cheeseburgers or grilled sirloin steaks for traditional American diners. Noted for an extensive fresh raw bar, Blue Crab Restaurant features oysters, seasoned and steamed blue crabs, crab legs, boiled shrimp, clams and mussels. The restaurant even has its own homemade Blue Crab Dip with lump and claw crab. One of its specialties is the Crab Flatbread Pizza. Family oriented with a kids' menu that includes chicken tenders, hamburgers and corn dogs, there is a playground just outside the restaurant. There are a number of Blue Crab Restaurants only in South Carolina along the coast from Pawley's Island to North Myrtle Beach. On-site parking and delivery service are available. -Natasha Lawrence
  • River Room

    801 Front Street Georgetown, SC 29440 United States - Phone: +1 843 527 4110
    Located in the 1888 J.B. Steele Building where a grocer, dry goods store and custom hats business once existed, the River Room Restaurant has preserved the original brick walls and hardwood floors. The lunch menu includes Cajun-Fried Catfish Sandwich, Shrimp and Grits, Pecan Chicken Salad and Shepherd's Pie. Dinner specials feature Grouper Stuffed with Crab, Roasted Pork Belly, Atlantic Salmon and Chargrilled Duck Breast. Save room for the restaurant's signature desserts such as Peanut Butter Pie, German Chocolate Cheesecake or New Orleans Bread Pudding with Bourbon Cream Sauce. With nautical decor, panoramic windows overlooking the Sampit River and a large aquarium, diners are sure to enjoy the semi-casual ambiance where no reservations are required. It's first come, first served. Street parking is available. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk

    Highway 17 Business Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 357 2007

    A community revitalization project of Murrells Inlet, this mile-long boardwalk features marshes along one side and a variety of restaurants and watering holes (from fine dining to laid-back bars) and shops along the other. Running along the southern end of the Grand Strand, this pristine salt marsh is for nature and wildlife lovers, history buffs, shoppers and folks who just want to enjoy Southern hospitality. Visitors can also look at boats in the marina, stroll the boardwalk, go fishing or crabbing on the Veterans Pier, rent a kayak or Jetski, have lunch or dinner at one of the many restaurants with live entertainment or dance the night away. Visit their website for a list of restaurants that have their own schedule of events and live music. Free parking is also available. - Natasha Lawrence

  • Old Fish House Restaurant

    807 Front Street Georgetown, SC 29440 United States - Phone: +1 843 546 1045

    Also known as the Big Tuna, this casual waterfront eatery on the Sampit River in historic Georgetown is a popular destination. Patrons can relax inside or on the covered back deck, watch the water activity in harbor and enjoy a good meal with a glass of wine or beer (or spirits from the bar). Entrance is from Front Street or from the boardwalk. Menu items include buckets of oysters, tuna steaks, freshly caught shrimp and grouper. A generous seafood platter is USD18, plenty for two. Staff is friendly and the atmosphere is low key. Entrees are served with Southern black beans, rice and cole slaw. They also offer burgers and chicken dishes. The bar may get smoky; non-smokers can opt for the outside deck. Street parking. -  Natasha Lawrence

  • Limpin' Janes

    713 Front Street Georgetown, SC 29440 United States - Phone: +1 843 485 4953

    Named after a play on a traditional Southern staple, Hoppin' John (a combination of black-eyed peas, onion, ham hock and long-grain rice), this elegant restaurant in the historic district offers a menu that changes often and by the season. Using only freshly caught seafood and locally grown produce, patrons can enjoy creative dishes while watching water activity on the Sampit River. Dining is inside or out on the back deck. Referring to itself as the "Old South Eatery", examples include Deep Fried Blue Crab, House Made Pate', Catfish Sandwich and Southern Caviar. Save room for the Chocolate Bread Pudding. Entrance is from the boardwalk or Front Street. Open for lunch and dinner, daily specials are posted on the chalkboard. Full bar service. Parking is on the street (meter) or on nearby Screven Street. - Natasha Lawrence

  • Nosh

    10880 Ocean Highway Pawleys Island, SC 29585 United States - Phone: +1 843 314 9014

    Located in the historic Hammock Shops, this upscale restaurant has three dining rooms downstairs, a covered deck outside (the Pavilion) and a large upstairs area for parties.Executive Chef Jermaine Taliserro's cuisine is a mix of Northern Italian and Southern dishes. The menu has five sections: Shareable Medleys, Familiar Collections, Savory Selections, Tasteful Creations and Artistic Choices. An example from the Tasteful selection is Chicken and Lobster in tomato cream sauce with sweet onions and oyster mushrooms over mashed potatoes. It also comes with a side of sauteed pepper strips, carrot planks and broccoli florets. Diners can also opt for three small samplings of freshly made soups. Happy Hour at the Pavilion is from 4p-6p. On weekends, there's live entertainment. Parking on-site.

  • Creek Ratz

    4065 Highway 17 Business Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 357 2891
    Located along the beautiful Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk, this casual restaurant and sports bar offers fresh seafood dishes, a full rawbar, a variety of sandwiches, salads and pizza. This establishment is family friendly, since children can play in the Kids Corner with chalkboard, bean bags and a television. Live entertainment during the week includes a variety of bands and performers. On Sunday afternoon, there's Shagging on the Creek. Check their website for scheduled events, and diners who arrive by boat can tie them up at the restaurant's dock on the marsh. There is even a second Creek Ratz located in Florence. - Natasha Lawrence
  • Ron Jon's Beer & Burgers

    3218 Waccamaw Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC 29579 United States - Phone: +1 843 236 8001
    Cozy, casual and friendly, those seeking simple but good local fare at a good value will be satisfied here. Located near Broadway at the Beach, families, sports enthusiasts, visitors and beach goers can dine on items off the USD2 menu while watching games on televisions. Happy Hour from 4p to 7p also offers drink and daily food specials such as wings, pizza and burgers. Open late and parking on-site is available. -Natasha Lawrence
  • OD Arcade & Lounge

    100 South Ocean Boulevard North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 249 6460

    This casual neighborhood corner pub draws locals and visitors alike. Daily lunch specials 11a to 2:30p for USD6.75, as well as evening specials. On Friday and Saturday, diners can enjoy a complete Ribeye Steak Dinner for USD13. Happy Hour Monday through Friday 4p to 7p with USD1 hot dogs or 35-cent shrimp, wings or tacos. The dinner menu includes Hamburger Steak, hand-breaded shrimp, fish or oyster basket. Full bar service. Live entertainment on Friday and Saturday, Karaoke on Thursday and Sunday. Social events also include dance contests and porch parties on the back deck. On-site parking is available. -Natasha Lawrence

     

  • Original Benjamin's Calabash

    9593 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 449 0821

    Located on the Grand Strand and "World Famous" for its 170-item buffet, it features a pasta station, a carving table, crab bar homemade soups and freshly baked in-house breads and desserts. Partly a museum, the entrance displays nautical relics, ship models, antiques and sea creature artifacts such as shark jaws. The 1,000-seat restaurant has 11 dining rooms as well as an open-air deck where diners can enjoy the ocean view. The restaurant is family friendly. Also, Early Bird dining saves USD5. Printable discount coupons are available off the website. Try to go early as seating times can be half an hour or more and lines at the popular crab leg bar can be long.

  • Pier House Restaurant

    110 North Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States

    Located on the entrance to the long 2nd Avenue Pier, it features large picture windows, cozy seating and an upstairs outdoor deck overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, patrons can enjoy spectacular sunrises and sunsets. Family friendly, there is a kid's menu. Full service bar. Closed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Beach attire is accepted, but shirts and shoes are required. -Natasha Lawrence

  • Soho Cafe & Bar

    406 21st Avenue North Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 443 9441

    Although this restaurant is not large, it is cozy and comfortable with an exceptional rating for cuisine and good service. With a full bar service and beautiful counter where many patrons like to drink and nibble on sushi and appetizers, the adjacent dining section is intimate and romantic. Sample dinner entrees include the Grilled Ahi Tuna and Fillet Mignon Hibachi. Popular with loyal patrons and visitors alike, is also offers patio dining. Smoking is permitted. -Natasha Lawrence

     

     


     

  • Aspen Grille

    5101 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 449 9191

    Located in Old Myrtle Beach, this is an elegant, romantic restaurant with a Southern menu that emphasizes U.S.D.A prime steaks and fresh seafood. Aspen is open for dinner only, but there is live entertainment and a full service bar during happy hour. Entrees include Atlantic flounder, shrimp, veal medallions and sea scallops in a shallot cream sauce. The traditional shrimp & grits with Bulls Bay shrimp, Andouille sausage and pan gravy is definitely recommended. Charbroiled cuts such as New York strip, prime rib and filet mignon are also available.

  • Landry's Seafood

    1312 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 444 1010

    Although the focus of the main menu is on fresh seafood, this popular and comfortable restaurant also offers steaks, hamburgers and chicken options. Located at Broadway at the Beach, diners can eat outside on the waterside deck with views of Wonderworks and other attractions. Noted entrees include the Shrimp Trio, Chicken Romano and Shrimp Brochettes. Patrons can enjoy a Happy Hour from 4p to 7p daily with specialty drinks and a variety of appetizers. Family friendly, the restaurant offers a children's menu and Early Bird Specials for those who like to dine before 5p. A line of hungry diners is known to begin after 5p during the season so plan accordingly to avoid a wait time. Save room for the delicious Cinnamon Bread Pudding or Bananas Foster. Take a leisurely stroll around the lake after a good meal to finish the day. - Natasha Lawrence

  • Island Bar & Grill

    10744 Ocean Highway Pawleys Island, SC 29585 United States - Phone: +1 843 235 3399

    Located just south of the famed Hammock Shops, this casual sports themed restaurant features a varied menu from seafood and hamburgers to chicken wings. They also offer soups, salads and sandwiches. The first floor has a dining room with numerous television screens and full bar. Patrons can opt to dine on the outdoor deck where there is space to dance when visiting bands play. Open till early morning hours, a second floor area offers a pool table, dart board, jukebox and other games and activities. From 11a to 3p, the restaurant offers delivery service. A second location is at 2272 Glenns Bay Road, Surfside Beach. Check their website for a live entertainment calendar. - Natasha Lawrence

  • Bubba's Love Shak

    4037 Highway 17 Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 651 5850

    Casual destination with rolls of paper towels on the tables for napkins and old, outboard motors on the walls. Within walking distance of nearby hotels, it attracts a varied crowd from families to late nighters who enjoy relaxing on an outdoor deck with views of the marsh. It offers a light fare menu with salads, sandwiches, daily lunch specials and kids' menu. Try the All-You-Can-Eat Catfish or popular Shrimp Po'boy sandwich. Other options includes fried fish baskets and barbeque platters. Daily Happy Hour from 4p to 7p includes discounted beers and half-off glass prices for wine drinkers. Check the website for the monthly schedule of live entertainment. - Natasha Lawrence

     

     

  • Crab Catchers

    4474 Water Front Avenue Little River, SC 29566 United States - Phone: +1 843 280 2025
    This is a popular Lowcountry casual restaurant along the Grand Strand at Murrells Inlet. The rustic look adds to the scene and many locals and visitors rave about the fresh seafood menu, ambiance on the marsh and friendly, attentive service. Patrons can relax and enjoy the beautiful water views from the back deck with drinks and appetizers such as shrimp and crab dips with fresh-made tortilla chips or the fried calamari. Come for "Crabby Hour" from 4p to 7p. As an entree sample, the amount of food on the Seafood Platter is plenty for two. They also have daily meal specials. Save room for one of their homemade desserts like the Coconut Cream Pie. Seniors and birthday people receive a food discount. - Natasha Lawrence
  • Wahoos Bar & Marina

    3993 U.S. Highway 17 Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 357 2084

    Located along Murrell Inlet's scenic Marshwalk, it's situated among other restaurants, shops and a marina. Rustic and casual, an outside deck offers patrons a place to relax, watch people walk by on the boardwalk and enjoy the beautiful views over the marsh when the sun goes down. With an expansive menu from fresh seafood to steaks, some of the popular entrees include the Soy Peanut Crusted Mahi Mahi, Lobster & Shrimp Pasta and the Inlet Carpet Bagger, beef tenderloin topped with fried oysters. Diners can also add specialty toppings or seafood to any entree. Along with a wide selection of appetizers, Wahoo's also offers wine, beer, "cool cocktails" and frozen drinks. On weekends there's live entertainment. - Natasha Lawrence

     

  • Spud's Waterfront Dining

    4123 Highway 17 Business Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 651 9987

    Located by the Crazy Sister's Marina where shrimp and fishing boats dock with the day's catch, the two-story restaurant offers patrons great views of the marsh.  Although the menu is mainly seafood, other options include chicken wings, hamburgers and steaks. Local bands play every Friday and Saturday night on the Tiki Bar under a covered deck. With a full bar service, there is a Happy Hour from 4p to 7p with drink specials and a variety of tapas. As part of the popular Marshwalk, diners can stroll the boardwalk of Murrells Inlet. Visit the website for more information and posted recipes. Discount coupons such as Two-For-One can be found in the local paper or visitor booklets available at retail shops in the area. - Natasha Lawrence

  • Carlos 'n Charlie's

    1202 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 712 1952

    The atmosphere is lively with colorful Mexican decor on the walls. Located on the lake at Broadway at the Beach, Carlos 'n Charlie's invites patrons to relax on the back deck and watch the zip liners "fly" across the water. With an expansive menu, the restaurant serves fairly large portions of tasty South-of-the-Border themed cuisine. This restaurant offers a nice break from lots of walking around this large attraction. There's full bar service, happy hour and television screens on the wall for sports fans. Discount coupons can be found in local visitor discount books or in the local newspapers. -Natasha Lawrence

     

  • Fat Tuesday

    1318 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 444 3255
    Part of the Myrtle Beach social scene, this stop along the Broadway at the Beach trail offers full bar service with creative mixed drinks, jello shots and a wide selection of beers. There is no cover charge and there's a bouncer at the front door. It gets very busy on Friday and Saturday nights. You can sample almost any drink with a crazy name such as the Triple Bipass or Category 5 Hurricane. A popular place with the locals, Fat Tuesday has a jukebox for music and television screens on the walls. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Inlet Crab House & Raw Bar

    3572 Highway 17 Business Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 651 8452
    Formerly a summer home built in the 1920s and now a charming diner in Caribbean colors, Inlet Crab House & Raw Bar serves locals and visitors freshly prepared seafood that includes its signature she-crab soup and grilled shrimp. A cozy outdoor dining area and long wood bar add to the ambiance. The menu also offers steaks, chicken, pasta and burgers. Daily lunch specials feature shrimp and grits, fish tacos, mushroom Swiss burgers and French dip, all for under USD10. Family friendly, the restaurant has a children's menu for "Little Crabbers" aged 12 and under. Beer and wine is available, and there is also a small gift shop that sells hand-dyed T-shirts and visors. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Nance's Creekfront Restaurant

    4883 Highway 17 Business South Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 651 2696
    Find a table by the picture windows overlooking the creek and marsh and enjoy some great seafood. Menu options include hush puppies, steamed clams, oysters and flounder. Those who are not so keen on seafood can dine on burgers, chicken, steaks, ribs and pasta. A bar area with full service is separate from the rest of the diners, and is the only place indoor smoking is allowed. Patrons can also sit outdoors on the deck. One of the dinner specials is a Steam Pot for Two with an assortment of seafood, potatoes, corn and Alaskan crab legs. For kids 12 and younger, there is a children's menu as well. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Dagwood's Deli & Sports Bar

    400 Mister Joe White Avenue Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 448 0100
    Overstuffed sandwiches on fresh hoagies are the specialties here. Some are jumbo with extra goodies, and many have sports-inspired names such as the Lynn Swann Dipper, the Hail Mary Dipper, the Gamecock and the Tiger. Patrons can also enjoy Philly sandwiches, salads, burgers, pastrami and corned beef. The expansive menu will appeal to almost any taste. Visitors are welcome to relax with snacks or a meal and enjoy the sports games that play on the multiple TVs. A second location is on Highway 17 in Surfside Beach. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Vienna's Pizzeria

    4410 US Highway 17 Bypass Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 357 9972
    In addition to a variety of delicious pizzas, the menu offers antipasto, stromboli, lasagna, garlic knots, a variety of freshly made sandwiches and fried chicken. Their happy hour from 4p to 6p offers half off appetizers and snacks such as chicken wings, fried or coconut shrimp, calamari and mozzarella sticks to go with the domestic and imported beers and wine. There are lunch specials for USD5 Monday through Friday. For sports fans, there are almost 20 television screens on the walls to watch. Family friendly, the main dining area is located away from the bar. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Carolina Tavern

    852 Mall Drive Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States - Phone: +1 843 947 0708
    Calling itself a "wing and rib place," Carolina Tavern offers good local cuisine from appetizers and sandwiches to entrees. The decor is lots of wood, high ceilings and lots of televisions on the walls for sports and news fans. A fast lunch can be had by working folk, as the USD8 specials Monday through Friday from 11a to 3p can draw a crowd. The restaurant also has a salad bar and daily specials after 4p. There is full bar service and an extensive beer list. Parking is on site. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Captain George's Seafood Restaurant

    1401 29th Avenue North Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 916 2278
    This large, comfortable, upscale restaurant offers a lot for the price of the buffet, which features all-you-can-eat dishes including oysters on the half shell and steamed crab legs, both of which are very popular. Other options are fried fish and scallops along with steamed clams. Beer and wine are available, and the dessert bar is impressive, too. Look for USD5 discount coupons in local newspapers or at visitor centers. Kids under four eat free, which makes this restaurant great for the whole family. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Sharkey's

    1316 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 626 4411
    Located at Broadway at the Beach, this hot night spot for socializing gets busy Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. If you like jukebox tunes, a full bar and a happy hour with drink specials and discounted snacks, this is the place to go. The ambiance is relaxed, so dress casual. The two other Sharkey's locations are at 600 North Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach and 1900 Highway 17 North in Surfside Beach. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Pier 14

    1306 Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 448 4314
    Having survived Hurricane Hugo and other forces of nature over the years, this popular landmark on the beach offers locals and visitors spectacular sunsets, ocean waves and great food. From seafood to chicken and steaks, the varied menu caters to diners of all ages, including children. Happy hour offers discounted beer, wine, mixed drinks and appetizers. Portions are generous and the desserts are also homemade. Open late into the night, the only strict dress code is for men - they must wear shirts after 4:30p. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Villa Romana

    707 South Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 448 4990
    This restaurant, as its name implies, focuses on fresh, homemade dishes from the 'Eternal City'. The decor inside is also reminiscent of Rome and over the years this award-winning restaurant has garnered a loyal following - many claim it's the best on the Grand Strand. Since all the dishes are made from scratch, the kitchen forces you to relax and wait if you want perfection. On the menu, diners will find many of the familiar classics like chicken Parmesan and spaghetti with meatballs, but of course there are specialties from Lazio as well. Some of them include the Saltimbocca alla Romana and the Lasagna di Ricotta alla Romana.
  • Rioz Brazilian Steakhouse

    2920 Hollywood Drive Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 839 0777
    This Brazilian churrascaria (as they are affectionately known in Brazil) is a meat-lovers paradise. Here, diners will find almost every type of meat, poultry and sausage on the traditional espetada or skewer. The way it usually works is you load up on the salad bar of hot and cold dishes, then the parade of meat starts, continually emerging from the kitchen. When you want to be served, turn the card at your seat to the green side, then when you have filled yourself up, turn it over to the red side. Of course, there is always traditional feijão negro (black bean) and arroz (rice) served on the side, but most diners usually are mesmerized by the amounts of chicken, beef, lamb and pork that come out of the kitchen. Moreover, the restaurant adds Caipirinha cocktails and imported beers to the mix, making this spot a great place to start the night.
  • Fire Island Grille

    4924 Highway 17 South Myrtle Beach, SC 29588 United States - Phone: +1 843 272 3473
    With a tropical South Sea Island theme, cozy booths, casual ambiance and good local fare, this popular restaurant offers a variety of seafood, steak and chicken dishes. The happy hour features cocktail specials from 4p to 7p. There's a Little Monkey menu for kids. Family friendly, this is a nice place to come for late-night dining, coffee and delicious homemade desserts. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Hanser House Restaurant

    14360 Ocean Highway Pawleys Island, SC 29585 United States - Phone: +1 843 235 3021
    Hanser House is open every night serving freshly prepared seafood, chicken and beef dishes. This long-established restaurant also features a happy hour with a full service bar from 4p to 7p as well as early bird dining from 4p to 6p. Though it's noted for its raw, boiled and steamed oysters, the restaurant also has a wide variety of options that will satisfy any diner from She Crab Soup to Po' Boy sandwiches. Save room for one of the famous restaurant's homemade desserts. Reservations are highly recommended. Parking is on-site. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Barons Steaks & Spirits

    9650 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 497 5200
    Restaurant Row's Galleria Shopping Plaza is where you will find Barons Steaks & Spirits, a restaurant that offers you succulent steaks and a wonderful wine list. This steakhouse advertizes itself as the "Best Steaks on the Beach", and patrons largely tend to agree. Signature steaks like Buster's beef tips and Fulton mountain steak are delicious, as are traditional hand-cut varieties like the Black Angus filet mignon and Myrtle Beach Surf and Turf. There is also some scrumptious seafood to be had. Apart from the red and white wines, the drinks menu includes draft and bottled beers.
  • Martin's Restaurant at Longbay Resort

    7200 North Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 449 1368

    Located at Longbay Resort, Martin's is a fine dining restaurant that serves Continental cuisine. If you drop by for a breakfast, there is a wonderful buffet for you to enjoy, a spread that costs USD8.95. For dinner, you can start with appetizers like steamed mussels in white wine, escargot crostini and scallop cake, before moving on to the delicious entrées. Whether you're in the mood for seafood, veal, beef or something vegetarian, this restaurant will have a scrumptious offering for you. Desserts like white chocolate raspberry cheesecake end the meal on a high note.

  • Ruth's Chris Steak House

    8761 Marina Parkway Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 839 9500
    Ruth's Chris Steak House is the perfect restaurant for those who love not only steaks, but seafood as well. Signature steaks like the tender filet and the flavorful T-bone are scrumptious, and go wonderfully with sides like tempura onion rings, sweet potato casserole and creamed spinach. The specialty entrée list includes delicacies like Caribbean lobster tail, barbecued shrimp and lamb chops. From the list of wines and cocktails, you can find something to complement your meal.
  • Croissants Bistro & Bakery

    3751 Grissom Parkway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 448 2253
    Whether you're looking to have a delicious Southern meal or just want a bite of something sweet, Croissants Bistro & Bakery will have something to satisfy you. Using fresh, local ingredients, this restaurant offers you delicacies like fresh fruit pancakes and country grits and egg souffle with which to start your day. Flat iron steak, cider-glazed salmon and pan-seared scallops are some of the dishes you can gorge on should you drop by for dinner. And of course, no visit is complete without trying at least one, if not more, of the many confections like the marzipan, lemon and red velvet cakes.
  • New York Prime

    405 28th Avenue North Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 448 8081
    The venue of choice for many a business dinner, New York Prime is a  restaurant from which patrons have come to expect nothing less than a fantastic meal. Right from appetizers like oysters Rockefeller and baked shrimp to the main course, everything is lip-smackingly delicious. The USDA Prime steaks you can feast on include Delmonico, center-cut filet and New York strip, which are perfectly complemented by sides like creamed spinach and cheese mashed potatoes. There is also a long wine list for you to choose from.
  • The Library Restaurant

    1212 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 448 4527
    A Grand Strand eatery renowned for its tableside service, The Library Restaurant serves old school, classic cuisine. Meals at this restaurant are leisurely affairs; there is no sense of urgency, and you can take your time between courses. Appetizers like mushrooms baked with Gruyere cheese and Steak Tartare are a couple of decadent options on the ever-changing menu. The restaurant is seasonal like many things in Myrtle Beach, so check website for updated menu. Your dessert options are just as varied, with classics like Cherries Jubilee and Bananas Foster on the menu, it's sometimes difficult to make a choice.
  • Lombardo's Bistro

    411 79th Avenue North Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 497 6699
    Lombardo's Bistro is an Italian restaurant that makes a wonderful setting for a quiet, romantic meal. Although the cozy ambiance is what immediately grabs attention, the food is in no mood to be left behind. From appetizers to entrées, everything tastes marvelous. Delight your taste buds with delicacies like chicken cacciatore, grouper Florentine and lobster ravioli, complemented by something from the long wine list. The restaurant can also be the setting for your next function.
  • Dick's Last Resort

    4700 Highway 17 South North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 272 7794
    Not a place for those lacking a sense of humor, Dick's Last Resort is perfect for a loud, fun night out. Located at the waterfront hub of Barefoot Landing, this restaurant is the perfect place to bring your ego down a notch, all in good fun, of course. The staff are experts at humiliation, and will keep you in splits with their witty, sarcastic banter. Many of the items on the menu arrive in buckets, so be prepared for large portions of half baked chicken and fried shrimp. Sirloin steak and firecracker salmon are 'Dick's Picks', dishes you should definitely try. As for drinks, you have a long list of beers and cocktails to choose from. For a whacky experience you will not forget in a hurry, make your way over to this eatery.
  • Blue Elephant Thai Cuisine

    4493-C Highway 17 Business Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 United States
    A restaurant that endeavors to bring you the many flavors of Thailand, Blue Elephant has many a traditional delicacy for you to enjoy. Every meal has a wonderful balance of flavors, so there is something to satisfy every palate. Starters like golden shrimp and vegetable spring rolls begin your Thai meal which comprises some house specialties like steamed salmon in spicy panang curry. Confections like homemade coconut ice cream and fried banana with honey are a wonderful way to end the meal.
  • 21 Main at North Beach

    719 North Beach Boulevard North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 315 3000
    Located just a short walk away from Barefoot Landing, 21 Main at North Beach has dry-aged steaks and delicious sushi to offer you. On the menu, you will find scrumptious steaks and chops like veal saltimbocca, country strip, Delmonico and Australian rack of lamb. Specialty rolls like the Buddha, Mexican and Rainbow are also a treat to the taste buds. There is also a separate menu that the little ones can enjoy.
  • Benny Rappa's Trattoria

    1453 Highway 17 South North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 361 1056
    Benny Rappa's Trattoria is a casual Italian restaurant armed with a chalkboard full of delicious daily specials. A small eatery that seats 60, it is characterized by its friendly vibe which makes you believe you are dining at a friend's home. Grilled pork chop with hot cherry peppers, scallop puttanesca and filet marsala are just a few of the delicacies you could gorge on. The next time you wish to eat out with the family, give Benny Rappa's a try.
  • Collector's Cafe And Gallery

    7740 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 449 9370
    Collector's Cafe And Gallery gives you a unique dining experience with its art gallery, eclectic dining rooms, coffee house and lounge. The Mediterranean inspired cuisine is just sublime. It is not only a culinary feast but also a visual feast with creative art display all around. Where would you find a magnificent huge sculpture suspended from the ceiling, but here! Check out the various dining rooms and marvel at the unique decor of each one of them. It is quite tricky to find it as it is tucked away in Myrtle Beach, so keep your eyes wide open to get there.
  • Scott's Bar-B-Que

    2734 Hemingway Highway Hemingway, SC 29554 United States - Phone: +1 843 558 0134

    Scott's Bar-B-Que follows the southern tradition of slow cooking pork overnight to give it that characteristic smokey flavor, and most patrons visit the joint to have their famous pulled pork. All their dishes are offered with an ample serving of their most sought after secret barbecue sauce. The staff is kind and helpful and pays attention to detail. Although this place is well out of the way from nearby towns, it is definitely worth the ride. One can also shop at their in-house store for fruits, sodas and local delicacies.

  • Backyard Sports Bar & Grill

    9703 North Kings HHighway Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 449-4500
    The Backyard is located on popular "Restaurant Row" and it serves as a good spot to catch any type of sports on TV. From all the major American leagues to Bundesliga games, chances are you'll find it here. The bar has specials all night, and those from the kitchen change nightly as well. The menu is extensive and filled with typical bar grub like wings, burgers, sandwiches, etc. Every day the 3-7p happy hour is always a hit with cheap domestic beers and well-drinks. With a daily specials like this, it's not surprising to find out that the Backyard is not only known as a great spot to watch sports.
  • Beach House Bar & Grill

    1205 North Ocean Boulevard 29577 Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 839-4705
    The Beach House serves American bar food like burgers, sandwiches, etc., however with a few more seafood options since you are in Myrtle Beach. The bar has massive 'fishbowls' to drink Long Island Ice Teas, Spiked Lemonades and more. The restaurant, as its name implies, is right next to the beach and it offers perfect views while you drink out of your fishbowl. 
  • Finn McCools Irish Pub & Eatery

    501 Lake Arrowhead Road Myrtle Beach, SC United States - Phone: +1 843 449-7616
    Irish heritage and beer ooze from the walls of this hallowed establishment in Myrtle Beach. It's a popular after-golf spot, where diners can order traditional Irish stew, fish & chips, sandwiches and other finger foods. Of course, you'll find Guinness on tap as well as friendly barkeeps and servers who serve it. If you need a pick-me up, try one of their "Coffees of the World", the French is made with Grand Marnier, the Italian with Amaretto and Swedish has vanilla vodka.
  • Landshark Bar & Grill

    1110 North Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 788-0001
    Landshark Bar & Grill is part of Jimmy Buffet's chain of restaurants and as such, it features everything from the Parrothead in-charge. The menu is filled with beach food/pub grub like sandwiches, hot dogs, wings, burgers and there is a menu for the "little sharks" as well. Of course you'll find plenty of Landshark Lager and music that features Jimmy's own tunes mixed in with happy-go-lucky beach songs.
  • Longbeards Bar & Grill

    5040 Carolina Forest Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC 29579 United States - Phone: +1 843 903-2905
    Longbeards is a favorite of local bikers for its simple, unpretentious beers and food. Despite the somewhat surly patrons, Longbeards is also a family-friendly place, where you will see all types of different people enjoying BBQ, burgers, wings and other American favorites. The building in which it is housed looks like a ultra-modern log cabin and inside the decor features a hunter's theme throughout, with deer antlers on the wall as well as on the server's T-shirts. For more information, check out their Facebook page.
  • Moe Moon's

    918 North Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC United States - Phone: +1 843 448-4926
    Moe's brings a little style and sun from Southern California to South Carolina. With beach burgers on the menu and truculent monster drinks in fishbowls, summer fun doesn't get any better. The burgers, sandwiches, ribs and seafood are all reasonably priced and the portions gargantuan. Moe's location is also stellar, right on the beach and in the middle of everything Myrtle Beach has to offer.
  • Ocean Annie's Beach Bar

    9550 Shore Drive Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 449-6461
    For over 30 years, Ocean Annie's has provided fun under the sun for tourists, locals, passers-by and others who find themselves ambling along Shore Drive. The bar always provides live music and its beachfront patio is a perfect spot to watch the waves. Behind the bar there is a full panoply of domestic and imported beers and on the menu you'll find typical pub grub like burgers, sandwiches, salads, etc. Additionally, if you're staying at the Sands Beach Club Resort, don't forget to ask the front desk about specials and other events.
  • Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery

    1317 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 712-2670
    This version of the popular Tilted Kilt bar/restaurant provides a fun carbon-copy of what you would find in any other across the country. Its location in the bustling Broadway at the Beach entertainment complex offers visitors a good place to watch sports, have a beer and munch some appetizers. The menu has some tasty ones like garlic fries and calamari as well as bigger entrees such as Fish & Chips and Shepard's Pie. Every day of the week, the Kilt has specials on Jack Daniels, TK Lager and Coronitas buckets; check website for other events and deals.
  • Broadway at the Beach

    1325 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 444 3200
    Located on Highway 17, Broadway at the Beach is a must-see for Grand Strand visitors. There are over 100 specialty shops that sell everything from T-shirts and sunglasses to fine jewelry and high-end shoes. Additionally, there are more than 20 restaurants that feature all kinds of food, from hamburgers to great local specialties. Broadway at the Beach also contains a 23-acre lake surrounded by boardwalk, making it a great place to stroll on a sunny day or balmy night. During the summer, the boardwalk has live music and other events; check website for details.
  • Barefoot Landing

    4898 S Hwy 17 Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 272 8349 / +1 800 272 2320 (Toll Free)
    Visitors will find a waterfront world of shopping, dining and entertainment on busy Highway 17 in North Myrtle Beach. Shoppers will enjoy browsing in thirteen factory-direct stores and over 100 specialty shops situated along beautiful boardwalks around a 23-acre lake. There are thirteen restaurants catering to a wide variety of tastes, and seven entertainment venues, including House of Blues and Alabama Theater. This unique attraction has something for everyone. Barefoot Landing is fully accessible to the handicapped.
  • Golf Dimensions Superstore

    3432 Highway 501 Myrtle Beach, SC 29579 United States - Phone: +1 843 236 5500
    If you're looking for anything to do with golf, this is one of the places to go in Myrtle Beach. World famous, this store has gear, clothes, accessories and equipment with some of the best names in the sport. It also has golf books, tapes, instructional videos and jewelry. Golf Dimensions was voted one of Americas Best 100 Golf Shops. It is a sponsor of The Energizer Senior Tour Championship, and the LPGA City of Myrtle Beach Classic.
  • Martins Golf & Tennis Superstore

    2310 Highway 17 S Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 272 6030
    This world famous store is the first stop on many golfers' trip to Myrtle Beach. That's because it has virtually anything and everything you could want or need for the game. With 86,000 square feet of merchandise in four stores up and down the Grand Strand, you're sure to find those clothes or accessories or that equipment you've been searching for. Tennis buffs will also find a huge array of rackets, accessories, and shoes (15,000 pairs in stock). Martin's cleans and repairs clubs, and strings and repairs rackets.
  • Waccamaw Bowling Center

    101 Gray Drive Myrtle Beach, SC 29579 United States - Phone: +1 843 236 1020
    Waccamaw Bowling Center goes out of its way to make bowling fun and inexpensive. They have special events just about every day of the week. Try the Glow-N-Bowl Friday and Saturday nights, where the house lights are darkened except for blacklights. Get a strike and get a free game. Every Sunday is Family Night with unlimited bowling. The facility has a snack bar, a lounge and a daycare center.
  • North Myrtle Beach Flea Market

    100 Highway 17 Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 249 4701
    North Myrtle Beach Flea Market is located on Highway 17 between North Myrtle Beach and Little River. There are 250 spaces protected by sheds and 75 indoor shops. It is advertised as "Yard Sale Junk Galore," but you can get some good deals. There is even a mobile home outlet. Open year round on weekends, rain or shine. Restrooms and parking are available. Be careful entering and exiting the flea market, as the traffic is very congested and fast.
  • The Wine Shoppe

    3809 Highway 17 South Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 272 6941
    The Wine Shoppe has been supplying North Myrtle Beach with wine for over 8 years. The Shoppe is elegantly decorated with hardwood flooring and wooden wine racks. It carries a variety of imported, for instance France, Germany, and Chile, as well as domestic wines. Pick up gourmet crackers and cheeses, as well as wine accessories. They, also, carry Micro-brewed beers. Stop by Friday or Saturday evenings between 5p to 8p for wine tasting at their tasting bar, located in the back of the Shoppe.
  • La Plage Swimwear

    2302 N Kings Hwy Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 626 2719
    If you want to look your absolute best on the beach, this is the place to go for swimwear. The lovely people at La Plage will discreetly help you choose the swimwear that is the most flattering for you. They carry all the latest styles from the best manufacturers for women and children. Located across from the Myrtle Square Mall, it is a bit pricey, but they have incredible sales at the end of the summer.
  • Tanger Outlet Center

    10835 Kings Road Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 449 0491
    Located in North Myrtle Beach, this popular outlet center offers upscale shopping with an impressive collection of 100 designer and name brand stores. Enjoy savings of 25 to 65 percent every day from stores like Coach, ecco, Nautica, Old Navy, Kate Spade, Movado, Aeropostale, Puma, Polo Ralph Lauren, Vans, Sketchers and many more. Visit their website for coupons and the complete list of stores, sales & events, hours and more.
  • Tanger Outlet Center

    4635 Factory Stores Blvd Myrtle Beach, SC 29579 United States - Phone: +1 843 236 5100
    Located 6 miles north of Myrtle Beach, the Myrtle Beach Tanger Outlet Center off Highway 501 offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 100 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day. Stores include Coach, Polo Ralph Lauren, J.Crew, Nike, Levi's, Timberland, Sag Harbor, Harry & David, Nautica, Pepperidge Farm and many more. Visit their website for coupons and the complete list of stores, sales & events, hours and more. Shop 'til you drop!
  • Market Common

    4017 Deville Street Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 839 3500
    The Market Common is located on a former Air Force base and it features more than 40 different stores, both brands you know as well as those only found in Myrtle Beach. Some of the shops and restaurants include the popular PF Chang's China Bistro, Piggly Wiggly, Orvis Company, Ann Taylor, Pottery Barn and more. There is plenty of parking and the children's playground alongside the tree-lined greenbelts give this stylish shopping center a cozy neighborhood feel. For complete list of stores and events in the Market, check the website.
  • Georgetown

    710 Front Street Georgetown, SC 29440 United States - Phone: +1 800 777 7705
    Once the third oldest city in the American colonies, this seafaring town is comprised of 16 blocks on the Sampit River on Winyah Bay and the Intracoastal Waterway. Dotted with shrimp and tour boats docked along the scenic Harborwalk boardwalk, visitors can enjoy landmarks and museums such as the 1842 Old Market Building Rice Museum with exhibits and artifacts on the production of "Carolina Gold" rice that made South Carolina wealthy. Front Street has a variety of quaint gift shops, restaurants, art galleries and museums. The Visitor Center provides maps, brochures and information on tours of the city that include some of the historic homes. - Natasha Lawrence
  • Christmas Mouse

    10880 Ocean Highway Pawleys Island, SC 29585 United States - Phone: +1 843 235 0055

    As one of the charming collection of eclectic stores that make up the historic Hammock Shops at Pawleys Island, this 2,700 square-foot former tobacco barn built in 1900 is everything Christmas.With thousands of ornaments, collectibles, and accessories, patrons can move from room to room exploring decorated trees, walls and doorways. This Christmas Mouse building is registered with the State Historic Preservation Office. Two other delightful Christmas Mouse shops in Myrtle Beach are located at 2306 South Kings Highway and 4852 Highway 17 South. - Natasha Lawrence

  • Scott's Bar-B-Que

    2734 Hemingway Highway Hemingway, SC 29554 United States - Phone: +1 843 558 0134

    Scott's Bar-B-Que follows the southern tradition of slow cooking pork overnight to give it that characteristic smokey flavor, and most patrons visit the joint to have their famous pulled pork. All their dishes are offered with an ample serving of their most sought after secret barbecue sauce. The staff is kind and helpful and pays attention to detail. Although this place is well out of the way from nearby towns, it is definitely worth the ride. One can also shop at their in-house store for fruits, sodas and local delicacies.

  • Klig's Kites

    1215 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 448-7261
    You could easily say that Klig's Kites has this particular hobby in Myrtle Beach covered. With two locations in town, Klig sells all types of kites, windsocks and flags. Some appear as toys and others more professional depending on your level of skill. In addition to kites, they sell lanterns, poles and other accessories. For more information, check out their online shop.
  • Bijuju

    1307 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 946-6666
    This accessory boutique has taken over the Carolinas. Both states have several locations and this one in the Broadway at the Beach entertainment district offers fashion jewelry, watches, bags and sunglasses. It is consistently rated as one of the best accessory stores in the South as well as around the U.S. with its online shop. Every style of bag is available; from totes to clutches, Bijuju has you covered. Additionally, the prices are fantastic and with a few locations in Myrtle Beach, it's also easy to find.
  • Bookends

    753 Main Street Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 280-2444
    Bookstores in the U.S. may be a rare sight in the near future, however this one in North Myrtle Beach has been going strong for decades. Upon entering the shop, you are immediately carried off to a nostalgic place with the scent of old paper and musty walls. Bookends is a clean, yet perfectly cluttered store, where readers can find a nook within the wooden aisles and peruse books on astronomy, language arts, literature, history and much, much more. For events and details, check their Facebook page.
  • Broadway Magic

    1215 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 626-8191
    Broadway Magic is a fun shop that intrigues everyone who walks through its doors. To begin, Broadway is a magic shop that sells all kinds of gag gifts and novelties. They have magic kits, puppets, cards, dice, jokes and so much more. The best thing about this place however, is the real live in-store magicians. They show you magic tricks, and if you come in on a slow day, sometimes they will walk you through one of the more simple tricks. For more information and to buy an item, check out their online store.
  • Coastal Grand Mall

    2000 Coastal Grand Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 839-9100
    Coastal Grand Mall is Myrtle Beach's most popular mall. Its location right near the airport is a jaunt away from the busy beaches, but nonetheless, it's the place to come if you're looking for big box stores. Some include Old Navy, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Sunglass Hut and many others. Most of the dining establishments are also well-known ones like Chick-Fil-A, Texas Roadhouse, Auntie Anne's Pretzels and the typical other chains in the food market. For complete store listing, check website.
  • Gay Dolphin Gift Cove

    910 North Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 448-6550
    Since 1946, this mom-and-pop store has sold knick-knacks, tchotchkes, trinkets and any other kitschy item under the Carolinian sun. With over 26,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space on seven levels, Gay Dolphin considers itself as the 'World's Largest Gift Store'. A small sampling of their shelves details things like shark's teeth, post-cards, T-shirts, sea sponges and other interesting products. Its location on Ocean Boulevard makes it almost an impossible shop to miss since it's in the middle of everything.
  • I Love Sugar

    919 North Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 712-1740
    I Love Sugar takes your regular tiny candy store and enlarges it ten times. This massive 6000 sq. ft. shop has almost every type of sweet imaginable, from row canisters on the wall filled with candy to classics like Mike & Ike and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. It is almost impossible to leave without indulging a least a little bit and the kids will probably want to stay all day. The decor inside is bright and filled with fluorescent colors from floor-to-ceiling and the staff is extremely friendly.
  • Myrtle Beach Flea Market

    3820 South Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 477-1550
    Secondhand store lovers will go bonkers for this indoor flea market. The warehouse in which it's located is massive and there are aisles upon aisles of different products. Glass, furniture, paintings, books, gifts, electronics, the list goes on-and-on. The prices are a little more than other flea markets, but nonetheless the items are much cheaper than those on the beach. For a complete list of vendors, check the website.
  • Pepper Palace

    1314 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 28577 United States - Phone: +1 843 712-2657
    From Glendale, AZ to Myrtle Beach, SC, people who love hot sauce as a condiment can look no further than the chile nirvana at Pepper Palace. With more than 20 different locations throughout the country, guests can find mild to deadly sauces inside each store. The shop has different types of sauce from manufacturers around the U.S. as well as their own brand. Try the deadly 'Flashbang', made with the Jolokia, Carolina Reaper, Moruga Scorpion and Habanero peppers! If you can't handle the heat, Pepper Palace allows visitors to taste test almost every bottle on the shelves in order to find the right one to take home.
  • Rainbow Harbor Shopping Complex

    5001 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 449-7476
    Here at the Rainbow Harbor Shopping Complex, guests can find plenty of known brands as well as some local ones native to the Carolinas. The complex has a mix of stores, from fashion boutiques that sell men's and women's clothing to footwear and furniture. There are also several dining options available, the most recommended here would probably the Melting Pot. For a complete list of stores, call for details.
  • Ridemakerz

    1210 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 444-2646
    Ridemakerz is a DIY store for the little ones, where they can make their own car, truck or any other contraption on four wheels. To begin, kids start by choosing a chassis of the model they like, then you add different parts to the car. Some of the chassis choices can be transformed into 'Monster Truck' status and girls shouldn't worry either, because they have all kinds of designs. The cars are 1:18 scale models and you can take them home when you're finished building them. 
  • Spoiled Pet

    3820 South Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 450-6990
    This stall/shop is located in the Myrtle Beach Flea Market and is sometimes hard to find amongst the myriad shops and vendors. When you do find it, you'll know it by all the pet accessories and items strewn about the shop. They sell all types of animals, from rabbits to snakes and most of the prices on pet food and gear are quite inexpensive. If you can't find something specific for your pet, ask the friendly sales associates for help, they might have it hidden somewhere.
  • Surf City Surf Shop

    6303 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 449-4433
    Surfing is a way of life here in this part of South Carolina. To find everything you need to get off the shoreline, Surf City has it all. Inside the shop visitors will find surfboards, wetsuits and other swimwear accessories in addition to rentals and lessons. For information on rental prices and lesson times, check out the website.
  • Tiki Jim's Broadway at the Beach

    1203 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 444-4774
    Upon entering Tiki Jim's, it appears that all he sells is garishly fluorescent and bright t-shirts, but with further inspection, you'll see t-shirts of all types. Aside from the souvenir Myrtle Beach sweaters and tees, a lot of the collection is dedicated to humorous and locally designed shirts. A couple of the local brands include Simply Southern and Salt Life. For more information, check out the website or Facebook page.
  • Tinder Box

    1301 Celebrity Circle 29577 Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 444-5690
    This Myrtle Beach tobacconist has been a purveyor of fine cigars and smokes since 1973. Their main branch is in Charlotte, NC, but thankfully they branched out here to the beach. At the Tinder Box MB, you can find almost every type of cigar (except real Cohibas of course), and the knowledgeable staff keeps you informed about traditional cigars and brands as well as more contemporary ones. Along with your cigar, the Tinder Box always has an event happening, from tastings and samples to live music. For a complete calendar and cigar brands they have in stock, check website.
  • 2001 Entertainment Complex

    920 Lake Arrowhead Road Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 449 9435
    Here's a local hot spot that offers up three clubs to its patrons. With whatever you choose, there will be live entertainment every night. At Next Level, when they're not playing beach tunes and oldies, they'll have special guest bands appearing on Wednesday nights. Club Touch features current dance, hip-hop and techno music along with a state-of-the-art video system. The Starlight Room is a blast from the past with its variety shows and classic tunes. You must be 21 or over to enter. 2001 offers a deli menu, valet parking and banquet facilities.
  • Club Boca

    1320 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 444 3500
    Located in Celebrity Square at Broadway at the Beach, Club Boca is for the fan of Latin music. DJ Joey spins Latin house, progressive house, and Miami hip hop music. The club welcomes anyone 18 years old and older, but under 21 cannot buy liquor. Club Boca tends to attract a younger crowd.
  • Froggy Bottomz

    1320 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 444 3500
    Can't afford a trip to New Orleans to hear great jazz? You don't need to. At Froggy Bottomz in Celebrity Square at Broadway at the Beach, you can hear just about any variation of blues or jazz you want, including zydeco. The group, Illuzion, provides the live entertainment. On Fridays and Saturdays, the best in top 40 sounds are featured. The clubs has its doors open Wednesdays to Saturdays from 8 pm onwards.
  • Malibu's Surf Bar

    1320 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 444 3500
    Dance in a tropical atmosphere with grass huts and a large dance floor. DJ's play today's music as well as some of the more energetic music from past decades. Check out the web site for weekly specials such as WKZQ College Night where there is no cover charge for ages 21 and up with a college ID. Doors open at 9pm.
  • Crocodile Rocks

    1320 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 444 2096
    This club may or not be named after Elton John's famous song Crocodile Rock, but nonetheless, it's appropriate that the piano is featured. Dueling pianos to be exact, where every night jazz aficionados come and listen to a goodhearted musical battle. The talented and outlandish dueling pianists take your requests and then add their own zaniness to them by challenging each other to some advanced fingering techniques. Overall, a nice place to relax which also entails a nice change of pace from the sometimes loud and frenetic dance clubs.
  • House of Blues Myrtle Beach

    4640 Highway 17 South Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 272 3000
    Since its first incarnation in 1992, the House of Blues has become a household name. With different locations in cities like Hollywood, Orlando, L.A. and Chicago (there are 13 in all), founder Isaac Tigrett and celebrity Dan Aykroyd bring live entertainment and better-than-average pub grub to the delight of citizens around the country. Despite its name, the music is not entirely of the blues, 12/8 time-signature variety, just check the event calendar to find your favorite style of music or entertainment. With shows that run the gamut from Murder Mystery Dinner Theater to the World Famous Gospel Brunch, there is something for everyone. Music and art influence every aspect of House of Blues' decor and every region has an ambiance that reflects its city. In fact, with over 600 pieces of "outsider" art, House of Blues is one of the largest folk art galleries in Myrtle Beach. In regards to food, HOB serves a variety of Southern-delta inspired dishes including Jambalaya and BBQ Baby Back Ribs. For the complete kitchen menu, check the Myrtle Beach HOB website.
  • The Bowery

    110 9th Avenue North Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 626 3445
    Located by Ripley Entertainment and the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade by the ocean, this popular pub with a relaxed atmosphere offers live entertainment with an emphasis on country music. Open since 1994, it is noted as the original home of "Country Supergroup" ALABAMA. It continues its reputation as an excellent local destination for lively nightlife with guest bands. The place gets packed on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Open seasonally from March through October. -Natasha Lawrence
  • Spanish Galleon

    100 Main Street Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 249 1047
    This club is located in the Ocean Drive Beach & Golf Club and it presents all types of music to the Myrtle Beach locals. From hip-hop and dub-step to live rock and country, Spanish Galleon tries to please every sonic palate. Due to the eclectic styles, the crowd can vary accordingly, so check the calendar to see where you fit in. There is usually a cover charge, however the cheap drinks inside will easily provide a return on investment.
  • 2001 Nightclub

    920 Lake Arrowhead Road Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 449-9434
    This club is actually two under one roof, the Next Level and Club Touch. On the Next Level floor, visitors can listen to the sounds of live music, where the bands range from country to rock and everything in-between. At Club Touch, DJs usually spin retro and modern dance tunes. Its almost always frequented by people partying on the Grand Strand or just after dinner at Restaurant Row. Open from Thursday to Saturday, every night 2001 has some type of special, whether its ladies' night or Fireball shots. Check calendar for more information on bands, DJs, etc.  
  • Revolutions Nightclub

    1320 Celebrity Circle Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 444-8032
    Located in the popular entertainment district Broadway at the Beach, Revolutions Dance Club plays music like Top 40, country, funk and 80s from Tuesday to Thursday and it presents DJs on the weekend. Most of the music is likely stuff you've heard before and there is a dress code, so no baggy jeans or hoodies. The crowd is mixed, mostly over 35 and the club's decor is familiar, with track lighting, dance floor and an obligatory disco ball.
  • Life Quest Swim and Fitness

    103 Highway 17 South Little River, SC 29566 United States - Phone: +1 843 399 2582
    This facility looks small from the outside, but it has everything you could want or need for fitness and the staff is very nice and helpful. Amenities include indoor and outdoor pools, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, aerobics for all levels, personal training, treadmills, steppers, Lifecycles, recumbent bikes, Nautilus, message therapy, beauty salon, martial arts, swimming lessons, pro shop/juice bar and nutritional supplements. Daily, weekly, and monthly rates are available for visitors and families.
  • Grand Strand Regional Medical Center

    809 82nd Parkway Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 692 1000
    The hospital has 24-hour emergency, pharmacy, cardiac, and surgical care. The hospital is the only one to offer cardiac surgery program in the vicinity, and is also a trauma center. Birthing rooms are available. Emergency Services phone number is +1 843 692 1754. Pharmacy phone number is +1 843 692 4380. Parking can be difficult during visitor's hours.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    10838 Kings Road Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Ocean Boulevard Taxi

    3786 Hitchcock Way Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 444 1144
    Ocean Boulevard Taxi is a well-known service in Myrtle Beach. The vehicles are all new, comfortable and air-conditioned, and are handled by experienced drivers. You can call just 15 minutes in advance to reserve one. Ocean Boulevard Taxi also offers pick ups and drop offs to the airport as well as short and long distance tours. You can log on to their website for more information on rates and reservation.
  • Carolina Forest Taxi

    1298 Port Drive Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 903 1300
    For all your transportation needs, Carolina Forest Taxi is just a call away. Be it a pickup or drop at the airport, shopping, beach trips or long distance tours, this taxi service is reliable. The drivers are courteous and will definitely be able to guide you around the place.
  • Myrtle Beach Train Depot

    851 Broadway Street Myrtle Beach, SC 29578 United States - Phone: +1 843 918 1000
    The Myrtle Beach Train Depot, after re-development, has made a place for itself on the National Register of Historic Places. It is generally rented out for holding parties, weddings, receptions, birthday parties, workshops, prayer meetings, get-togethers, events, meetings, reunions and gatherings. The Beachcombers of the Omar Shrine Center hold their annual meetings and discuss their work at The The Myrtle Beach Train Depot. This historical shrine has also been a destination for David Olney's concert.
  • Myrtle Beach

    Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 United States - Phone: +1 843 626 7444
    Myrtle Beach, is one major tourist hub in the state of South Carolina. Great time assured at the beautiful sandy beaches here. The best option in the US, if you're looking out for a fun and pleasant family vacation.
  • The Myrtle Beach Market Common

    4017 Deville Street Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 839 3500
  • Pepper Geddings Recreation Center

    3205 North Oak Street Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 918 2280
  • Grand Strand Conference Center

    950 Crabtree Lane Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States - Phone: +1 843 477 2042
    One of the facilities on offer at the Horry Georgetown Technical College, the Grand Strand Conference Center makes a good venue for meetings. The convention center features spaces of varying configurations that can be hired, and these spaces come with many useful amenities. Situated close to Myrtle Beach International Airport, this center is home to training classrooms, a 3650 square foot (339.096 square meter ballroom), computer labs and the Thomas C. Maeser Auditorium.
  • Surfside Beach

    Surfside Beach Surfside Beach, SC 29575 United States - Phone: +1 843 913 6111
    Located in Horry County, Surfside Beach was founded in 1964. This seaside paradise is a popular vacation destination, credited to its breathtaking 2-mile (3-kilometer) shoreline. Commonly called "Family Beach," this town lives up to its nickname with several family-friendly, recreational activities on offer, like miniature golf, fishing, dining and shopping.
  • Kingston Presbyterian Church

    800 Third Avenue Conway, SC 29526 United States - Phone: +1 843 248 4200
    This site is a sanctuary of unconditional love and faith. The historic Kingston Presbyterian Church located at Conway, South Carolina was built in 1858 in keeping with Greek Revival standards. One of the oldest churches in town and home to 300 members, it is rich in tradition and design with its splendid architecture. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009, it works on the core belief that salvation comes when there is a compassionate worship and discipleship of Jesus Christ.
  • Mt. Olive Baptist Church

    301 Church Street Mullins, SC 29574 United States - Phone: +1 843 464 7832
    Established in 1922, Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church has been a pivotal spiritual hub for the African-American community in Mullins. The church features a beautiful brick facade, with black tiled roof. In 1956, an Educational Building was added to the church, thus widening its role in community development. Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church was added to the National Register of Historical Places in 2000. Visit this church for Sunday Eucharist or participate in their many activities.
  • North Myrtle Beach

    North Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States - Phone: +1 843 280 5684
    North Myrtle Beach is a resort town and popular tourist attraction. Incorporated in 1968, it is on the National Register of Historic Places. This coastal destination is lined with several stores, restaurants and entertainment venues, as well as a theater and golf course.
  • Cherry Grove Beach

    North Ocean Boulevard North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 United States
    Cherry Grove Beach is a part of the North Myrtle Beach community. Located along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, the beach is generally quiet and peaceful, good for a long evening walk on the cool sand. The coastline and the creeks emanating from it are lined with beautiful beach houses and condos. The Cherry Grove Pier was built in the 1950s and is known for its numerous fishing activities and the fishing tradition it has come to be associated with. Today, the pier is a prominent landmark of the city and even has its own gift shop.
  • Hebron Church

    2273 Hebron Road Bucksville, SC 29527 United States
    The Hebron Church or the Hebron Methodist Church is a beautiful church that was constructed by the workers of nearby mills as well as ship building industries. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it also comprises two burial sites.