So the time has come that I am writing about what to do in my home town. I have replied to so many emails, DMs and comments of what to do in Myrtle Beach, here is the ultimate travel guide. I will share some local spots as well as some fun places that are well traveled but lots of fun to check out.
The rooftop bar (Rooftop21) at Soho is such a great dinner and drinks spot. You can look over the Blvd and be able to smell the ocean air while eating sushi and sipping on an amazing cocktail. I actually don’t eat seafood but the chicken tempura roll is AMAZING and I will speak for my husband that all the seafood rolls are top notch also.
Lets talk about Brunch, you can’t come to Myrtle Beach and not have brunch at Croissants Cafe & Bakery on Kings Hwy. You can walk in and get a coffee and pastry or sit down and have the most mouth watering food. Brittany and I went just a couple of weeks ago and we got berry crepes, chicken cob salads and some amazing mango mimosa. It is also a great place to take pictures inside with marble tables and fresh flowers everyday.
You can’t come to Myrtle without cruising down the BLVD and while you are driving down there, park and check out the SkyWheel. I know everywhere has ferris wheels now but the view can’t be beat from our SkyWheel. You get to look down the beach, see all the lights from the BLVD and if you are lucky you might be able to see some dolphins right off the beach.
One of our favorite date night things to do after dinner is to go play Skee Ball on the Blvd. It is also a great rainy day activity!
I unfortunately was not able to take pictures at all the places that I love in Myrtle so I am going to recap all my favorite spots to eat and visit.
–Soho (for Japanese cuisine and sushi)
–Croissants Bistro & Bakery (for the best brunch or lunch)
–Johnny D’s Waffles (for the best waffles in South Carolina)
–Bummz on the Beach (if you want to eat on the beach, its a locals spot)
-El Cerro Grande (for some amazing Mexican food)
–Captain George (for a seafood buffet)
–Putt Putt (Mount Atlanticus is our favorite spot)
–Market Common (you can eat, shop and have an evening of fun all there)
–810 Bowling in Market Common (opening in June 2018) or if you are staying in North Myrtle Beach you can check out 7/10 Bowling that is open now.
-Fun Plaza on the Ocean Blvd (we love going down and playing Skee Ball, it’s only 50 cents per game)
I hope this is a fun review of things to do and of course if you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I hope you have a good time if you come visit Myrtle Beach.
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