"Gulfstream is the only restaurant in Garden City Beach overlooking the ocean on one side and Murrells Inlet on the other and, fortunately, the food lives up to the view. Recommended starters include the onion loaf (a mass of fried onion rings with bleu cheese dip), kicky N'Awlins shrimp served atop a crispy fried grits cake, she-crab soup and oyster shooters. Popular main courses range from Low Country crab cakes, a variety of fried seafood, garlic crab claws, and grilled or blackened catch of the day."
"Those who need to head to a quiet, peaceful space to begin their day will fall in love with 7th Ave Café. This small café is located in central Myrtle Beach and offers breathtaking views of the ocean in the distance. There is both indoor and outdoor seating, allowing guests to be as comfortable as possible as they sip their coffee and enjoy their meals."
"One of the best fishing spots in North Myrtle Beach, this pier is home of the world record tiger shark catch of 1964, reported at 1,780-pounds, and a 98-pound tarpon record catch. Families can rent equipment and try to catch their own beast, or simply enjoy a quiet day together. Cherry Grove Fishing Pier also includes a two-story observation deck that provides visitors amazing ocean views."
"Piers & Boardwalks3500 North Ocean Boulevard, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582MoreLess Info. Built in the early 1950s, Cherry Grove Pier has weathered several local hurricanes to emerge as a popular sightseeing and fishing destination along South Carolina's coast."
"Wake up at sunrise for a peaceful walk on the beach, and don’t forget to stop at Cherry Grove Pier for a jaw-dropping view. This walkway extends 1,000 feet across the sand and water, making you feel like you’re standing in the middle of the ocean."
"We can’t promise you’ll see any celebrities wondering the beach while you’re here, but we can promise you can hang out with plenty of them at the Hollywood Wax Museum!. This exciting attraction is fairly new to the Grand Strand but has quickly become a Myrtle Beach favorite. The hand-sculpted wax figures at this museum are so realistic that guests have reported: “ it was like they were going to speak to you!"
"Aside from the historical museums in the area, Myrtle Beach is also home to several specialty museums that serve more as entertainment attractions than educational spaces. These places are perfect for those more interested in taking selfies with wax figure replicas of famous people, seeing mind-bending displays of strange human achievements, discovering the practical wonders of science, or checking out classic cars. Fun for the whole family, a trip to one or more of these promises an experience that will be talked (and maybe) laughed about for the foreseeable future."
"Located in The Market Common, the Seacoast Artists Guild & Gallery gives local artists the opportunity to both practice their craft and to sell their works. Workshops, lecture series and special sales make this place a must-see for artsy types."
"Right around the corner from Studio B is the Seacoast Artists Guild and Gallery. This gallery focuses more on local artists from around the Lowcountry, and like Studio B is highly regarded by residents and visitors alike."
"Address: 3421 Knoles Street, Myrtle BeachPhone: (843) 839-0959. Start your day with freshly roasted coffee and end the day with a locally brewed beer at Tidal Creek Brewhouse. Tidal Creek beers include sours, German beers, IPAs, and ales and pair perfectly with brats and flatbreads on the shareables menu and sandwiches from the lunch menu."
"Address:The Roasted Bean, 3421 Knowles St, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577. The Roasted Bean is a quaint coffee shop that is situated in the heart of Myrtle Beach as part of the Market Common. Locals love to hang out at this coffee house because it features fresh-roasted coffee and a simple menu."
"Independent Republic’s beer is served exclusively at The Landing at the Boathouse, the “best backyard in town.” To date, their team has only crafted 17 beers, most of which have earned high praise from locals and tourists alike. The hazy Cybernetic Organism is garnering a lot of love, while their experimental farmhouse ales continue to improve. It’s only a matter of time before Independent Republic finds a new home where they can spread their wings."
"Address:The Landing at the Boathouse, 201 Fantasy Harbor Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC. Taking independence to a whole new level are the folks heading up Independent Republic Brewing. Located strategically along the Intracoastal Waterway, the views at this microbrewery and beer garden are as unique as their crafted beers."
"Address: 201 Fantasy Harbor Boulevard, Myrtle BeachPhone: (843) 903-2628. Located on the Intracoastal Waterway, Independent Republic Brewing Co. is another Myrtle Beach microbrewery. Their beer list includes lagers, IPAs, stouts, and pale ales."
New South Brewing
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Microbrewery for lagers & ales, with beers on tap as well as cans & growlers for sale.