There’s no better way to dine on the water than on a boat. The floating sensation of Margaritaville Myrtle Beach will set you on tropical waves just feet from Broadway on the Beach. So embrace the atmosphere and order Black Grouper or Seafood Mac & Cheese. After a few margaritas you’ll be having such a carefree time that you won’t want to leave, and that’s perfectly okay. As the sun disappears, music and dancing erupt from the belly of this boat, luring even the most passive bystanders into the tropical limelight.
Creek Ratz is casual dining at its finest, with a laid back nautical atmosphere set on the surreal Murrells Inlet. The waterfront will quickly have you craving lowcountry oysters by the bucketful. From the Fried Dill Pickle Chips and Murrels Inlet Clam Chowder to Shrimp & Grits and Flounder Po Boy, it’ll taste like the perfect southern vacation. Don’t worry, if the kids aren’t crazy about fish, there’s a Tiny Ratz menu full of pizza and chicken fingers. Make sure you get a side of hushpuppies and a moon pie dessert. Live entertainment, TVs running sports and daily happy hours are sure to keep your evening upbeat!
The Alabama Theater is one of the most popular entertainment stops in Myrtle Beach. Its shows are stunning. ONE The Show keeps it fresh with costume change after costume change, thrilling guests will dynamic vocal and dance performances throughout. The Christmas show has the right balance of toy soldiers, elves and angels. It’s funny, too. From Elvis impersonators to family trios, a packed concert line-up is made to please. What are you waiting for? Look up the show schedule and see what’s playing while you’re in town!
Legends in Concert
Legends in Concert began in Las Vegas in 1983, and more than 30 years later, it’s in a new building on Broadway at the Beach in South Carolina. This hit show has five electrifying acts and a grand finale. Its live band will have you believing that you’re in the room with Elvis and Elton, and the dancing and lighting will guarantee a fun evening, even if your kids are too young to remember Aretha Franklin. The area is full of dining and shopping, so come out early and plan on staying late!
Hammock Shops Village
Hammock Shops Village is a historic shopping experience. The charming group of shops opened in 1938, and the live oaks that shade its walkways are grander than ever. As Spanish moss sways in the wind over beds of azaleas, you can shop for adorable finds. It’s hard not to leave with a bag in hand when you’re browsing places such as the Christmas Mouse, Coastal Wine Boutique, Lulu’s Paw Boutique, The Freckled Frog and High Country Olive Oil. If you’re enjoying your slow-paced morning, sit down for a homemade biscuit sandwich from bisQit. Throughout the day, they lure in visitors with delicious burgers, old-fashioned milkshakes and craft beer.