Breakfast in a log cabin in the mountains can be as satisfying as it is charming, and one business with humble beginnings in the foothills of Tennessee, Flapjack’s Pancake Cabin, has brought that ambiance to the beach.
A North Myrtle Beach restaurant recently failed a Department of Health and Environmental Control inspection with a 61. Empire Fire Mongolian Grill was given a C grade after the routine inspection on July 11, 2018. Drain flies, grime, black mildew and mold were found.
Uber Eats officially launched in Myrtle Beach on July 12, 2018. The company announced you can now order food and have it delivered to you from more than 40 Myrtle Beach area restaurants. The average delivery time is about 35 minutes after placing an order on the app.
A new Italian restaurant that serves up pizza along with other specialties is opening its doors in Surfside Beach on July 16, 2018. Casa Calamari features menu items like pasta, salads, sandwiches, seafood and much more. It is located at 1900 Highway 17 Business.
Everyone knows the Grand Strand is a traffic-heavy area, whether on wheels or water. For parties interested in seeing how the two interact, and for some delicious fresh seafood, they can visit Filet's on the Water in North Myrtle Beach.
Myrtle Beach was among the top five U.S. destinations for local food, according to a survey from travel site Booking.com. New York, New Orleans, San Francisco and Las Vegas were the other top choices, according to the survey.
Drive-in chain Checkers is opening a new location inside the Wal-Mart Supercenter on Seaboard Street in Myrtle Beach. A Checkers "Crazy Good Food" side now accompanies Pretzel franchise Auntie Anne's as you enter the store.
Over 200 restaurants located along the Grand Strand are participating in Strand Strawless Summer, a campaign that aims to reduce the amount of plastic pollution in Myrtle Beach and surrounding areas. Employees hand out straws only if someone asks for one.
Down in Pawleys Island, about a half a mile from the shore, Beach Burgers and Barbeque has been cheerfully serving quality food in the months it's been open. The team at Beach Burgers takes their food and service seriously.
Pelican's Snoballs, a national chain out of New Orleans that serves shaved ice, is set to open July 3 off SC 544 in Conway. The first of its kind on the Grand Strand, the business features 100 flavors of shaved ice.
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.
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