Riptydz on Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach has seafood, burgers and more with a view of the boardwalk and the beach from several bars. The restaurant serves lunch, dinner and late night with indoor and outdoor dining on the beach.
A new coffee shop opened its doors in June 2018 in Myrtle Beach. Located at 918-B N. Ocean Blvd., Hi Fi Coffee Bar serves freshly brewed, locally roasted coffee and espresso drinks with a "hip, contemporary vibe."
Croissants Bistro & Bakery will be holding its seventh annual cupcake eating marathon on July 4. The competition will take place at 4 p.m. that Wednesday at the franchise location near Grande Dunes. There will be over $1,500 in prizes.
Sandwiches and beer sounds like a simple meal, but it’s one that can satisfy even the most complicated person. Beer Belly Deli in Murrells Inlet has taken that simple premise and made it their craft despite having been around a short time.
Whether hopping off the boat or stepping out of your car, the only difference in experience you’ll have at Clark’s Seafood and Chophouse is the direction in which you approach the restaurant. Clark’s is sophisticated without being snobbish
The gang at Bar-B-Que House in Surfside Beach is not shy about what they have to offer, and barbecue lovers are glad for it. This tender morsel of a restaurant is a true Carolinas baby that has been slow roasted to perfection over the years.
Wondering where to find high quality, wild caught, local shrimp? The Carolina shrimp season began on May 15, and shrimp will be widely available in local seafood stores. Here's where to find fresh shrimp and ideas on how to prepare it.
Though it teeters on the edge of Highway 17 just north of Barefoot Landing, many cars may drive right past Whole Food Mediterranean Grill without realizing there is treasure hidden behind its doors. Yet once you try it, you’ll make sure you never miss it again.
South Carolina’s season for the harvest of oysters and mussels from State Shellfish Grounds and Public Shellfish Grounds will close next Tuesday, May 15, 2018, according to South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) officials.
L.W. Paul Living History Farm gave a demonstration Thursday to the public on how farm families made chicken rice from 1900 to 1955. Farm staff also showed wood cutting tools. The simple dish consists of chicken, rice, water, lard, onion, salt and