• A New York style deli with a southern flair is coming soon to the Grand Strand. East Bay Deli first opened up in Charleston and after success at the Charleston location, the ownership decided to bring its food to Myrtle Beach. East Bay Deli offers traditional deli items as well as a variety of salads, healthy sandwiches and wraps. The restaurant is also looking for employees and you can submit your resume to Jennifer@eastbaydeli.net for consideration. No word on an exact Myrtle Beach location or grand opening date, yet.
• A new burger joint and sushi bar opens noon Tuesday (Oct. 28) in Myrtle Beach and nothing on the menu costs more than $13. ART Burger and Sushi Bar will offer appetizers from hummus to ahi tuna lollipops and side salads. For main entrees, the menu offers burgers, sandwiches, multiple sushi rolls and a outside-the-box fried chicken roll with macaroni and cheese and barbecue sauce. ART Burger and Sushi Bar is located at 706 North Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach and can be reached by calling 839-4774.
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• Another deli called CB’s Deli is coming soon to International Drive in Myrtle Beach. No word yet on a grand opening date.
• Conway will have a new Hibachi Express opening the first week in November at 2635 U.S. 701 North in Conway. The restaurant will offer a variety of menu items including chicken, steak, and shrimp entrees.
• The plan to bring a food truck program all across Horry County was shut down by council members at an Oct. 18 meeting, despite a large local support. The one-year pilot plan would have allowed a number of mobile food vendors to run around the area. A few council members showed concern about the competition between mobile food vendors and stationary restaurants. The idea cannot be discussed for another year. However, it does not mean there will never be food trucks in Horry County in the future.
• If you take a look at Trip Advisor, you’d see many positive comments on the food provided at Cozmic Charley’s in Garden City Beach. However, the likeable little shack has closed and is for sale. For information on purchasing call 448-1090 or visit the building itself at 3040 U.S. 17 Business S. in Garden City Beach.
• TCBY, The Country’s Best Yogurt, located off Sayebrook Parkway next to Coccadott’s Cake Shop, has closed and the space is now up for lease. For any information on the lease call 254-2300.
Halloween Fundraiser is taking place on Halloween (Oct. 31) from 5 p.m. until close. Come to Chipotle dressed in costume and you'll score a $3 burrito. Proceeds up to $1 million benefit the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation. Chipotle Mexican Grill is located at 1229 North Retail Court by Coastal Grand Mall, Myrtle Beach.
• On Friday, the Sundown Restaurant & Sports Pub in Surfside Beach will host a Celebration of Life Fundraiser for Shannon Dellinger Taylor, the bar manager at Sundown for several years who passed away Sept. 30, leaving behind two young children, husband, mother, brother and friends. The Celebration of Life for Taylor will help raise money to put in a fund for her children's future. BBQ plates will be offered for $8 and Chicken Bog plates for $6 along with music throughout the evening, raffles, and a bake sale. Sundown is located at 810 Surfside Drive in Surfside Beach. For more information call 238-1240. Meanwhile, Sundown’s sister bar, The SunUp Sports Pub & Grill, located at 4520 Socastee Boulevard, will host a Memorial Bike & Car Ride for Taylor, with five stops, starting at 11 a.m. and ending at the SunUp for some more food and raffles on Saturday. For more information, call 293-1499.