Restaurant Week in Myrtle Beach

Restaurant Week in Myrtle Beach

The popular Restaurant Week South Carolina is under way around the Grand Strand from Jan. 7-17, 2016. You won’t want to miss this annual event when hundreds of restaurants in the area offer up special menus and entrees at prices lower than their usual posted price.

This will be a super opportunity to try many restaurants around the Myrtle Beach area as well as go out to eat every night! Each year this popular event has residents and vacationers to the area experiencing different types of cuisine they may never have had before. If you’ve been waiting for a good excuse to treat yourself this is it! Cuisines of every type will be available around the area.

Restaurant Week in Myrtle Beach

When you dine at one of the Official 2016 Restaurant Week restaurants, you can enter to win a prize by clicking here: Check In To Win! Enter your code for a chance to win a gift certificate to that restaurant.

Those that use Twitter stand to find out the latest deals and can enter to win even more prizes. Just follow @RestaurantSC. They recently tweeted that when you can scan the QR code at any Restaurant Week restaurant where you dine you are entered for a chance to win even more prizes!

Restaurant Week in Myrtle Beach

For a full list of the restaurants participating in Restaurant Week just go here and click the restaurant name. Everything you need to know including their menus, hours, locations, special offers, types of cuisine and whether you need a reservation can be found there.

Whether this is your first time to the area or you live here year round, if you haven’t experienced Restaurant Week before, you’ll want to make this the year that you do!

The Carolina Country Music Fest Comes To Myrtle Beach This June

Country music is coming to Myrtle Beach, and doing it in a big way.  The first annual Carolina Country Music Fest will kick off four days of music and fun starting Thursday June 4th.

The festivities will be held on 18 acres of oceanside land between the Myrtle Beach boardwalk and the town’s main drag, Ocean Blvd.  This unique coastal location is bound to make for an exciting weekend filled with surf, sun, and loads of great music.

Festival organizers have made the fan experience a priority and will be using a two stage set up including the ABC15 WPDE stage, and the main Jack Daniels stage ensuring the music plays on with little interruption between bands.

 

Concert Crowd

 

Country Musics Stars Coming To Myrtle Beach

Speaking of the music, the Carolina Country Music Fest has drawn some of the hottest names in country music to play alongside plenty of up and coming acts.  Fan favorites include Sam Hunt playing a Thursday night kick-off concert, Rascal Flatts playing Friday night, Eric Church on Saturday night, and wrapping it all up on Sunday night, Lady Antebellum.

While the big names draw the prime time slots, this party goes all day long.  Festival grounds will be opening at noon Friday thru Sunday with a total of 25 artists entertaining crowds.  In an exciting twist, Reverb Nation has been holding regional contests around the country with winners earning spots to play on the main stage throughout the weekend.

 

American music: guitar with US flag

 

Not Just Music
The bands will be the big attraction at the Carolina Country Music Fest, but event organizers made sure there would be plenty going on during the weekend for concertgoers taking a break from the tunes.  The more adventurous among attendees will enjoy a ride (or multiple rides) on the Zip Line adventure set up on festival grounds.  The site will also include a concessions area, merchandise booths, and, of course, the beach is just a few steps away.

 

Three Ticketing Options

There are plenty of ticketing options for the Carolina Country Music Fest.  Starting with a three-day general admission pass for $189.  This option includes a three-day festival pass, over 35 performances on 2 stages, easy re-entry all weekend, and plenty of free activities.

Looking for a little special treatment?  The three-day main stage VIP package priced at $299 includes all the perks of a general admission pass with the addition of access to an exclusive VIP area with a cash bar, a special viewing area, private bathrooms, and a VIP entrance.

Finally, if you’re looking for a special experience consider the three day super VIP package priced at $999.  This luxury concert experience includes everything from the main stage VIP.

10 Places You Must Eat in Myrtle Beach

After a beautiful day exploring Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, you’re sure to be in the mood for something delicious. Fortunately, there are many fine dining restaurants and bars in North Myrtle Beach with exceptional service and even better menus. Sip and savor every moment when you select from one of these 10 popular must-eats during your visit:

1) 3500 Ocean Grill
3500 North Ocean Blvd., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
Phone: (843) 417-1300 Ext. 7181

With an exquisitely crafted menu using fresh and creative ingredients, 3500 Ocean Grill serves enticing seafood, beef, chicken and pork dishes on a breezy outdoor terrace and at an indoor bar which offers captivating Atlantic Ocean views through floor-to-ceiling windows.

2) Just Off Main
300 North Ocean Blvd., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
Phone: (800) 968-8986 Ext.15507

Locally authentic dishes, unique specialties and an inspired wine list come together at Just Off Main on the beach – the only thing missing is you!

3) SeaBlue
503 Hwy 17 N., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
Phone: (843) 249-8800

Both a luxurious wine bar and full restaurant, SeaBlue’s menu goes beyond the mainstream into extraordinary, so guests can drink, dine and discover!

4) Tree Top Lounge
300 North Ocean Blvd., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
Phone: (800) 968-8986 Ext. 5061

This fourth floor lounge provides the perfect opportunity to unwind in a casual Art Deco environment with drinks, flat-screen TVs, pool tables, happy hour specials and views of Ocean Boulevard through large windows.

5) Villa Tuscanna
97 Highway 17 N., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
Phone: (843) 280-2288

Villa Tuscanna is an authentic Italian restaurant in downtown North Myrtle Beach that serves homemade Italian food prepared fresh every day in a fine dining setting.

6) Sea Merchants Restaurant
1104 Hwy. 17, S North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582‎
Phone: (843) 272-5835

The place locals go for the freshest seafood on the beach, Sea Merchants is a family-owned and operated dining experience like no other!

7) Joe’s Bar and Grill
810 Conway St., North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
Phone: (843) 272-4666

A local favorite, Joe’s Bar & Grill serves a variety of high-quality seafood, beef, poultry and more in a casual atmosphere with cozy indoor or breezy outdoor seating with water views.

8) Aspen Grille
5101 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Phone: (843) 449-9191

With a sophisticated yet simple menu, this grille stands out among the traditional dining experience as a place where music and conversation fill the air and fresh flavors are enjoyed by all!

9) Collector’s Cafe
7740 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
Phone: (843) 449-9370

This combination restaurant-meet-art gallery combines world-class Mediterranean cuisine with beautiful works of art for sale in each room in a European coffeehouse environment that serves fresh fish, scallop cakes, lamb, beef and more.

10) Filet’s on the Water
2120 Sea Mountain Hwy., #1100, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
Phone: (843) 280-5200

Located directly on the waterway of Harbourgate Marina, fun is always on the menu alongside steak, seafood and sushi in a casual atmosphere with live music and happy hour specials.

With so many exceptional choices for dining in Myrtle Beach, you’re sure to find your new favorite spot on your next stay along The Grand Strand!

Unbeatable Oceanfront Dining and Drinks

Imagine this: You and your traveling companions have just spent a long, relaxing day soaking up the sun on Myrtle Beach. You all head up to your guest rooms, get freshened up and begin to discuss dinner plans. One person wants to go out. Another wants to order in. But then you remember – the resort you’re staying at has an on-site restaurant just steps away!

Myrtle Beach Seaside Resorts includes several properties with dining opportunities right on site:

Prince Resort
Located at the historic Cherry Grove Fishing Pier in North Myrtle Beach, Prince Resort features a fresh and creative approach to oceanside dining. With floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the water, and a creative menu that includes seafood, beef, chicken and pork specialties paired expertly with side dishes, desserts and drinks, the 3500 Grill is an excellent option for breakfast or dinner. The nearby Boardwalk Beach Café also offers gorgeous water views, excellent service and tantalizing food.

Avista Resort
Located in the Ocean Drive section of North Myrtle Beach, Avista Resort invites you to savor locally authentic drinks and dishes, including signature chef specialties, at Just Off Main. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this restaurant is located off of the first floor lobby and offers a varied menu with daily specials. For added convenience, sandwiches, salads, beer and frozen cocktails are available daily at Sip-N-Dip, located on the ground floor between the outdoor pool and the beach. The art-deco Treetop Lounge is also open each evening in the 4th floor of the North Tower, and is ideal for relaxing with a drink while watching a game, shooting pool or just enjoying some music.

Grande Shores Resort
Centrally located along The Strand, Grande Shores Resort offers two on-site dining options. The delicious Shoreline Café combines classic American fare with Southern comfort food. Open for breakfast and dinner, guests can start the day with a delicious meal, or unwind in the evening with their favorite beverage and karaoke from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. In season, the Pool Bar is also open, adding the convenience and fun of an oceanside eatery.

Take advantage of convenient mealtime options during your stay in Myrtle Beach – without sacrificing any of the quality you’ve come to expect from dining out! Myrtle Beach Seaside Resorts have you – and your traveling companions – covered every night of your visit.

Expand Your Palate During Restaurant Week South Carolina

Restaurant Week 2014 comes to Myrtle Beach, January 9 – 19, 2014!

During these 11 days, hundreds of South Carolina visitors and locals will take advantage of special menus and pricing for meals at some of the best local restaurants. Many different types of food, including American, French, German, Greek, Indian, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Spanish and Thai, will be featured in a variety of styles such as fondue, barbecue, gastro pub, steakhouse, tapas and more!

How can you participate in Restaurant Week South Carolina?

Step 1: Take a look at the list of participating Myrtle Beach restaurants.

Step 2: Decide which ones you’d like to try. Consider bookmarking the websites or saving the phone numbers so you’ll have them on hand.

Step 3: If you’ll be visiting us from out of town, book your Myrtle Beach hotel stay at a great rate!

Step 4: Arrive in town during Restaurant Week and call ahead to reserve a spot at your eatery of choice.

Keep in mind:
• Restaurant Week specials are only available during dinner hours.
• All participating restaurants also serve from their standard menus, so there will be plenty of options to choose from.
• No tickets are required, but having a reservation is recommended because the most popular restaurants tend to fill quickly.

Step 5: Tell us about your experience. Our Concierge staff would love to hear feedback on your visit, or even help you choose additional restaurants to try upon arrival.

Experience Restaurant Week 2014 in Myrtle Beach – your taste buds will thank you!