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On Location: Murrells Inlet, South Carolina

Friday, September 24, 2021 11:00 AM by Katie Hunter

Today we are visiting the Seafood Capital of South Carolina! Any guesses as to where that is? That’s right - we are in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, only 13 miles south of the heart of Myrtle Beach! This historic fishing town is both quaint and swanky at the same time, with live music on the MarshWalk almost every night. The MarshWalk is a half-mile long boardwalk that spans along the marsh and home to eight unique establishments that serve up the best of coastal cuisine, a staple of the Myrtle Beach area. You will find iconic restaurants…

5 Pirate Adventures in Myrtle Beach, SC

Wednesday, August 25, 2021 11:00 AM by Katie Hunter

Did you know that pirates used to lurk in the marsh waters near Murrells Inlet and Pawleys Island? The inland marshes and creeks were perfect places to hide, instead of staying out in the open sea. There are plenty of pirate-themed adventures for you to explore in the Myrtle Beach Area! Arrrrgh you ready to get started? 1. Visit Drunken Jack's Some say that the famous pirate, Drunken Jack, can still be seen wandering the coast. The story goes that Drunken Jack was left on an island in Murrells Inlet by his crew with only rum to sustain him.…

There’s nothing quite like taking a stroll along the South Carolina marshland, while enjoying the finest seafood in Murrells Inlet, the seafood capital of South Carolina. This trail of restaurants, known as the MarshWalk, is home to eight delicious establishments serving up the best of coastal cuisine, a staple of the Myrtle Beach area. We will start from the northern end of the MarshWalk and travel half of a mile down the coastline. Bovines The first stop along the MarshWalk is Bovine’s, a relaxed restaurant specializing in wood-fired cooking.…

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…

It’s safe to say that our pets benefited greatly from all the humans working from home this past year. As much as we need a vacation, our pets probably do too! Myrtle Beach offers many pet-friendly accommodations, along with pet parks and stores, restaurants, and more. We’ve gathered some resources for you as you plan your next beach vacation in Myrtle Beach with your pet! Accommodations From hotels to beach houses, there are a multitude of options for every visitor and their pet, such as the DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Myrtle Beach Oceanfront…

If you are anything like my family growing up, we always had an itinerary on vacation – it was the only way we didn’t miss out on everything we wanted to do! For those currently planning their spring break holiday, here are a few ideas to get you started. Day 1 On your first day at The Beach, you should spend as much time at the beach as possible! Some people may find March or early April a little too soon for swimming in the ocean, but the beaches will be warm enough for a lot of lounging and downtime in the sand. Most of our larger,…

When your toddler’s palate is just as discerning as yours, there are a few restaurants we recommend across our 60 miles of coastline that cater to tiny foodies as much as adult ones. 21 Main Settled within the gorgeous North Beach Plantation, 21 Main’s children’s menu includes a 4 oz filet with a side of mashed potatoes. Because everyone deserves a great cut of beef. Tupelo Honey Café A Low Country classic – shrimp & grits – is served in mini portion at this delicious Southern local. Sea Captain’s House Crab cakes are not just tasty, they’re…