The 1.2-mile Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade opened in 2010 and instantly became a hit with both visitors and locals alike.
What's not to like? There are arcades, delicious restaurants, fantastic music, a huge SkyWheel that gives you the absolute best views of the Myrtle Beach area and an opportunity to walk hand-in-hand with that special someone while the Atlantic Ocean created the perfect ambiance.
But we'd be remiss if we didn't mention a Grand Strand staple located along the Boardwalk that is an absolute must-try: the legendary Peaches Corner.
This wonderful burger and hot dog stand opened for business in 1937. Back in those days, hotdogs were 15 cents, or two for a quarter. A cold beer was just a dime.
One great story came from a gentleman who worked for the restaurant's namesake. He said he was paid two hotdogs, a beer and $12 for a week's work. Not too bad for those days long gone.
Today, if you want to earn your wings at Peaches Corner, finish every last bite of "The Bruiser." This culinary wonder is a beer-battered footlong dog wrapped in bacon and topped with cheese, chili and onions.