▪ Bread Express in Conway is a young bakery working to provide fresh goodies to the Conway area, and have your backs as the holiday season marches on. Being run by Hungarian bakers, the business specializes in Eastern European pastries and breads. They work to provide quality food by using organic ingredients and baking everything by hand. Drop by their Facebook page, facebook.com/breadexpresssc, to learn more about Bread Express and even discover some specials to save money for future visits. You can also call them at 843-246-4779 to speak to one of the employees. They are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day except Sunday, when the close at 4 p.m. The company has lots of treats for the holidays, so now is the time to discover your new favorite place for baked goods!
▪ Down the street from Barefoot Landing on Highway 17 in North Myrtle Beach, construction is underway for a new Turtle Market. Their plans for the second location were announced back in July, with concept art promptly going up on their Facebook page.
Turtle Market may not be a deli proper, but this small business is well-loved in their original spot on S.C. 707 in Socastee. Locals stop by the Turtle Market not just when they need gas, but all sorts of fuel.
The family running this convenience store work hard to provide actual quality food, not just the typical junk food on the go. Each day, they’re baking bread to use for their sandwiches, and their services are available 24/7 every day of the year.
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North Myrtle Beach will be getting a charming addition to their streets. Turtle Market is a great option for make quick stops more cheerful and personal. As construction of the new building and gas pumps is ongoing, check back with The Surge to see when they’ll open. In the meantime, swing by visit their website turtlemarket.net or their first location at 6151 U.S. 707 to get whatever fuel you need.
▪ The Bar-B-Que House in Surfside Beach promptly finished up revamping their building and is happily serving guests once again. This location of the three-store franchise is the most recent, and the renovations done to the building coincided with their five-year anniversary.
Much of the interior to the restaurant has been redone, and the patio has been spruced up as well. The floors inside were ripped up and redone and the walls were painted as well. Their welcome sign encourages guests to come check out their new look.
Bar-B-Que House got its start on Oak Island, N.C., and has two locations in the Grand Strand. A small strand but well loved, this restaurant shares the passion of barbeque while celebrating the many difference tastes that are a part of the meal. Their sauces range from the Eastern North Carolina vinegar to their own Spicy House mix, so guests can make their barbeque taste however they want.
Visit their website, bestbbqonthebeach.com, for more information about this small business, or visit their Facebook page under the restaurant’s name. The Surfside restaurant can also be reached at 843-477-1801 and are open 11a.m.-8p.m. on weekdays, and until 9p.m. on weekends.
▪ The Fractured Prune Doughnuts location on Fresh Drive Suite seems to have closed, though nothing has been officially announced. The Facebook page for our local Fractured Prune has not been updated since August, and potential customers have reported closed doors during regular hours as listed on the website.
A call to the restaurant brought no answers either, with many rings leading eventually to an answering machine that hasn’t been activated. Many guests, and not just the locals either, would be sad to see this doughnut shop known for its fresh ingredients and creativity leave the Grand Strand.