Often, when people think of delis, they have the image of sliced meats and cheeses, and sandwiches in wax paper. And while you will find that at the Little River Deli, this eatery also has more to offer.
Myrtle Beach-area restaurant review: Over two decades ago, Benny Rappa’s Trattoria opened its doors and has remained a stable presence in the community, though inside its chalkboard menu changes every day.
“Factory” may be part of the name, but there is nothing mechanical about this popular eatery in Surfside Beach. For years now, locals have voted Cheesesteak Factory as having the best cheesesteak in the Myrtle Beach.
Taqueria Dos Hermanos in the Coastal Commons shopping strip in Conway serves up authentic dishes in a familial atmosphere meant to be welcoming to all. Taqueria Dos Hermanos makes somehow makes it look easy in the process.
The waves may get choppy, but a visit to On the Half Shell can make it all feel like smooth sailing. This seafood restaurant and sports bar has been a popular part of the Murrells Inlet community for over a decade.
In the Village Shops at Grande Dunes, a young restaurant wants to take your taste buds on a journey by exploring meals from a variety of Asian cuisines. Fortune Asian Bistro offers plates with influences from China to Vietnam.
Blueberry’s Grill celebrated the opening of its second location in Barefoot Landing last month, while its parent restaurant Sunny Side Up Grill in Little River remains a humble yet proud standard for locals and visitors alike.
Filling up on pizza is not only a delicious way to sate an appetite but also a good way to stay fueled. In Pawley’s Island, DeRoma’s Pizzeria fills many bellies with their hearty pizzas and weekday lunch buffet.
The on season is slowly turning off, but up at Barefoot landing, there is no time for a siesta. Taco Mundo Kitchen y Cantina opened less than two months ago and is quickly becoming known for its tasty tacos and distinctive décor.
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