More than three dozen restaurants are lined up to take part in the 35th annual Taste of the Town on Tuesday at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
New to the event this year will be a number of the area’s best food trucks set up outside.
The event is from 4-10 p.m. and is organized by and benefits St Andrew Catholic School, which also donates a portion of the proceeds to charity. It is working this year with both Help4Kids and Catholic Charities to provide for flood victims following Hurricane Florence.
Admission tickets may be purchased in advance for $5 at the school and church and online at www.totmb.org. Admission at the door is $6. Children 14 and younger are admitted free with paying adult.
Digital Access for only $0.99
For the most comprehensive local coverage, subscribe today.
Food tickets will be sold inside the event for $1 each and dishes typically cost between 2-4 tickets. Parking is available for $5 at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center unless you have a City of Myrtle Beach sticker. Free parking is available across the street at the old Myrtle Square Mall lot.
Restaurant awards include Best Entree, Best Dessert, People’s Choice and Kids’ Choice Favorite Entree, People’s Choice and Kids’ Choice Favorite Dessert, and Best Booth Design for both large and small booths.
An array of beers and wines are also available, the band Natural Progression and DJ Ricky Ramos will provide entertainment, and there is a silent auction.
21 Main Prime Steakhouse
JimmyZ Original Hibachi House
Bimini’s Oyster Bar & Seafood
Café Ledo Pizza
Mr. Fish Seafood Restaurant
Nakato Japanese Steakhouse
Peño Mediterranean Grill
Carolina Ale House
Sea Captain’s House
St. Andrew Bake Sale
Ducati’s Pizzaria and Trattoria
Sticky Fingers Ribhouse
Strong Waters Craft Cocktails & Kitchen
Fortune Asian Bistro
The Melting Pot
The Power of Elderberries
What: 35th annual Taste of the Town
Where: Myrtle Beach Convention Center
When: 4-10 p.m. Tuesday
Beneficiary: St. Andrew Catholic School