▪ Construction at the Nosh fine dining restaurant in Pawleys Island’s Hammock Shops successfully finished, and two of the three entities have started happily serving guests to good food and good music.
Cera Sushi has been receiving rave reviews for Chef Saito’s delicious dishes, and the Pavilion Café and Bar is a popular spot to watch and listen to the live music events loved in the area. Pawleys Prime is not open but has plans to be ready for business soon, hopefully by month’s end. (Check out Happy Hour Heaven this week for more details about Pavilion Cafe and Bar.)
All three parts of what used to be Nosh have their own individual Facebook pages that include their hours, which are different even if they are all in the same building.
Events taking place in the gazebo are accessible to all guests no matter which eatery they are located, with Pavilion Café and Bar having the best seats. The owners are still working on the new website for the three-in-one package, so be sure to stay updated with their Facebook pages.
Each individual part of the former Nosh restaurant can also be contacted through their phone numbers: Pavilion Café and Bar at (843) 314-0688 and (843) 314-0721 for Cera Sushi. As Pawleys Prime is not yet open, there is no number for them.
▪ A new sushi restaurant has opened on the streets of Surfside Beach called Kings Sushi. Down by where Glenns Bay Road intersects with U.S. 17, this brand new eatery offers all the deliciousness of a typical Japanese meal, but buffet style, both for lunch and dinner.
If sushi isn’t for you, it looks like they also serve hibachi dishes, such as the ever popular hibachi steak and shrimp. As the business is just getting started, there isn’t much information available online as of yet. They are, however, working on their website and already have a Facebook page under the same name as the restaurant.
They can also be reached at (843) 232-7656 throughout the week after they open at 11 in the morning. Most days the restaurant closes at 10 p.m. but on Fridays and Saturdays they stay open a half hour longer.
▪ The Myrtle Beach mall has released some information about their upcoming renovations. Though specific restaurant names have not been dropped, they are planning on completely overhauling the food court, aiming for a more trendy food hall.
They are still aiming to please the tourist and family crowd but also keep things fresh and innovative for visitors of all ages. The mall owners want the architecture of the new food hall to be more open and like a market with a large selection of culinary foods from around the world. As their renovations continue, The Surge will aim to keep everyone updated!