Tag - Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro

Since it’s Friday the 13 th , we wanted to share a few tall tales from The Beach that are a little spooky, very unlucky, and all around jinxed. These stories have been passed down by storyteller to storyteller, and it’s time we passed them on to you. First, we have the sad ghost story of Alice Flagg. In the mid-1800s, Alice fell in love with a lumberman, however, Alice’s brother rejected him because of his low economic status. Even though her brother disapproved, she continued to keep her love a secret, and the lumberman proposed. Alice soon…

Join us as we travel from the top of the Grand Strand to the bottom and explore the 14 communities that make the Myrtle Beach area unique. For the next several weeks, we will be sharing a video of each community and a few suggestions to help you experience each community to the fullest. The ultimate challenge is fitting at least one activity from each of the 14 communities into your itinerary while you are visiting! First, we will visit Little River, a fishing town at the northern end of the Grand Strand that is known for its laid-back…

You may not know that Myrtle Beach is known for more than our beaches and attractions – but also for classic, southern restaurants that have stood the test of time. These restaurants help tell the story of Myrtle Beach – where the Grand Strand has come from and where we are going. We’ve rounded up some of restaurants that are nostalgic and quintessentially “Myrtle Beach.” The Sea Captain’s House The Sea Captain’s House was built in 1930 and first used as an oceanfront home, then a hotel. In 1962, the house was converted into a restaurant that…

Whether she likes relaxing or enjoying the thrilling attractions, there are plenty of ways to celebrate Mother’s Day in Myrtle Beach! Here is a list of fun things to do with mom beyond the beach. Treat Mom to a Day at the Spa The Cinzia Spa located in the North Beach Resort offers refreshing spring packages and a lunch menu with delicious light dishes. Located at the Marriot Resort at Grande Dunes, the Hibiscus Spa is designed to help rejuvenate and refresh every guest – or mom. Stroll around Brookgreen Gardens Brookgreen Gardens is home to…

Thanksgiving is going to look very different for many people this year. But for those able to get together and get away for a long holiday weekend with family, the Myrtle Beach area is serving up creative ways to celebrate. Below is a list of events happening Thanksgiving week in Myrtle Beach, along with some of the many restaurants offering special Thanksgiving menus and buffets. Curbside and takeout options abound for those wanting to skip the cooking and cleaning this year; and outdoor, socially-distanced events will be extra enjoyable in…

Stretch Your Limits in Myrtle Beach

Wednesday, August 7, 2019 1:00 PM by Visit Myrtle Beach

A vacation is the perfect time to step away from the daily grind and into a new adventure. This fall, stretch your limits with action, adventure and excitement in Myrtle Beach. Challenge yourself by overcoming your fears and trying something new. Here are a few ideas to get your adrenaline pumping and test your boundaries: Catch a Wave Learn how to hang ten on the shores of South Carolina with Jack’s Surf Lessons. Take a private lesson or grab a group for a fun day trying to catch some waves. Create your own waves by renting a Jet Ski at…

As Valentine’s Day approaches, we are feeling the love here in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It's time for a romantic weekend, enjoy a date night out without children, and including a fantastic meal at one of the area's great restaurants, like Hook and Barrel. Here are some of our suggestions on how to create the perfect romantic day in Myrtle Beach: Find the perfect place to stay A weekend getaway to the Myrtle Beach area can be filled with live entertainment, fantastic restaurants, soft sandy beaches, and plenty of romance. Surprise your…

Prix Fix at The Brentwood Restaurant

Friday, September 7, 2012 3:00 AM by Visit Myrtle Beach

The Brentwood A Prix Fixe Menu to Be Desired Combine a native French chef with Carolina Coastal Cuisine, a world-class wine list and a haunted 100-year-old house, and what do you get? That would be The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro in the northern-most Grand Strand city, Little River. This hidden gem boasts one-of-a-kind menu options, including a 3 course Prix Fixe menu that’ll leave you scratching your head in indecision. On a recent visit I had the filet; however the best was saved for last with the rich Fondant Au Chocolat for…