Broadway at the Beach
Classic Cars to Visit “Broadway at the Beach”
“Broadway at the Beach,” an entertainment venue in North Myrtle Beach will be the official lunch stop for the 2014 Hemmings Motor News Great Race, presented by Hagerty, on Friday, June 27. The Great Race contestants will arrive at about 11:50 a.m., and continue arriving in one-minute increments until all 100 have arrived. Continue reading
Grab your honey and head for Myrtle Beach for some great off-season fun!
Some people think of Myrtle Beach primarily as a summer beach or golf destination, but there’s plenty to do off-season along the Grand Strand.
Accommodations: Get some great winter rates at Marriott’s Resort & Spa at Grand Dunes. Enjoy an oceanfront/view room or a 2-bedroom villa. Walk on an uncrowded beach, have a drink in the bar with an ocean view, or indulge at their Hibiscus Spa with a winter special of two mini spa services (facial, manicure, pedicure or massage) for just $85.
Brentwood Restaurant & Wine Bistro
(1)The Brentwood Restaurant & Wine Bistro (Little River, SC) Featuring “Low Country French Cuisine,” this unique restaurant is located in a quaint Victorian home built in 1910. With several fireplaces and private dining rooms this is the place for a great romantic dinner! The staff will gladly share stories about how the house is haunted!
Select from the Chef’s 7-course Tasting Menu, a 4-course “Prix Fixe,” or the La Carte dinner menu. I selected the Cote De Beuf (Cadillac of Steaks) while my husband had a daily special of Beef Wellington. The Brentwood also boasts a huge wine selection. In fact, several rooms are totally wallpapered with wine corks! Chef Eric Masson, who holds three culinary degrees, won first place in the 201 1 Coastal Uncorked Iron Chef competition.
(2) Croissants Bistro & Bakery
Scallops and ahí tuna with wasabi mashed potatoes
One of Myrtle Beach’s favorite spots for breakfast, lunch, brunch or dinner Croissants Restaurant & Bistro on Grissom Parkway won’t disappoint. My husband and I had dinner there recently, experiencing Chef Bradley Daniels’ special creations. Continue reading
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The 3rd Annual Fall Crawl takes place at Broadway at the Beach on Saturday, Oct. 5. The event will feature a variety of activities including two car shows, sidewalk sales, a kid’s activity area, mascot appearances, free face painting and a fireworks extravaganza. Continue reading
Shaggin’ Down South
Since we’ve had some interesting discussions on this blog regarding where the Shag originated, I thought I’d pass on some info on a new book titled, Save the Last Dance for Me by Phil Sawyer and Tom Poland (University of South Carolina Press, $21.95). Continue reading
Myrtle Beach has always been a great destination for golf, but many people don’t know that the Grand Strand has many family-friendly golf courses.
Check out my story that appeared in Allegiant Air’s in-flight magazine, Sunseeker—Myrtle Beach Golf_16MAY11
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament promises more action-packed fun for guests with a new show that debuted June 7th in Myrtle Beach, SC. Having attended this debut, I can recommend it as great family fun–especially for all the “little knights, ladies, and dragon-fighters” in your family. Continue reading
Reviewed by Sarah E. Chambers
Southern-Traveller’s Food & Wine contributor
It’s that time of year again. You’re gazing out of the office window just counting down the hours until you can sit outside and hold a cold brew in your hand. Coastal Uncorked: Food, Wine, and Spirits Festival in Myrtle Beach has officially started a spring fever frenzy. With events running from April 22nd thru the 29th, I couldn’t resist but start my weekend early. Continue reading