The queen of southern cooking comes to Myrtle beach
The Paula Dean Store is now open at Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach (Photo courtesy of Paula Deen)
Fans of Paula Deen will be pleased to know they don’t have to drive any further south than Myrtle Beach to shop for Paula Deen merchandise. The Paula Deen Store opened July 13 at Broadway at the Beach, one of South Carolina’s largest entertainment venues, which features great family attractions, unique specialty shops, fabulous nightlife and a wide variety of dining options. Continue reading
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
BBQ, Bourbon & Bluegrass Hoedown
Want to experience a different side of Charleston, SC? Then don’t miss the BBQ, Bourbon & Bluegrass Hoedown on Saturday, November 9, from 7-11 p.m. at the Charleston Visitor Center Bus Shed. The 2nd annual Lowcountry Hoedown is a celebration of Southern fare & libations set to a fiddle!
Sip & swig on bourbon, moonshine, and whiskey cocktails from over a dozen distilleries including Charleston’s own Striped Pig Distillery, scheduled to open later this year. Enjoy craft brews from three great Southern states, including local favorite Holy City Brewing. Nibble and nosh on BBQ, brisket & tasty Southern treats from Lowcountry restaurants and artisan food vendors. Continue reading
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The locals all know about it–but the casual visitor may not discover this one-of-kind dining establishment located on Pawley’s Island.
If you go to Pawley’s Island, don’t miss this wonderful and unique dining experience. Frank’s opened in the 1930’s as Marlow’s Supermarket and was a favorite local spot for making phone calls (it was the only phone in Pawley’s at the time), buying groceries and catching up on gossip. In the 1970’s Salters McClary, a high school student, worked summers for Frank Marlow. After graduating from college and returning to Pawley’s Island, Salters approached Marlow (who was retiring) about leasing the building and opening a restaurant. In 1988 Salters and Elizabeth McClary opened a restaurant and named it Frank’s after Mr. Frank Marlow. Today Frank’s is a beloved establishment among the locals and one of the best restaurants in the Carolinas. Continue reading
The 23rd annual Georgetown, SC, Wooden Boat Show takes place this Saturday, Oct 20th and promises to be lots of fun for the entire family. It’s one of my husband’s favorite annual events to attend! I also enjoy the small-town waterfront festival which includes maritime arts and crafts, food and music. Make it a family event– the kids and grandkids will enjoy the children’s model boat building as well. Continue reading