Myrtle Beach is known for several things. The beach, golf and restaurants are the biggest calling cards for those who choose to vacation here. One more needs to be added to that this though.
Shopping. With numerous malls and outlet stores, there’s something for everyone.
Coastal Grand Mall
Myrtle Beach’s biggest mall, Coastal Grand is located on Highway 17 in Myrtle Beach. It has more than 100 stores on it’s roster, with Belk, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Sears and Dillards serving as anchors of the million square feet of shopping space. Out parcels at the mall also include Best Buy, Books A Million and Costco. And when you’re done shopping, you can check out the latest from Hollywood at Coastal Grand’s Cinemark Theatre.
Situated on Highway 17 in North Myrtle Beach, Barefoot Landing features a wide variety of eclectic shops and boutiques that are a mix of national brands and locally owned and operated establishments. But it’s not all about shopping at Barefoot Landing. There are numerous entertainment and eatery options. These include: the Alabama Theatre, Alligator Adventure, House of Blues, Greg Norman’s Australian Grille and Dick’s Last Resort.
A shopper’s dream, Tanger has locations on both Highway 501 in West Myrtle Beach and on Highway 17 in North Myrtle Beach. Loaded with name-brand and designer outlets, some of the highlights of the Myrtle Beach locations include: Liz Claiborne; Izod; Nike; Polo Ralph Lauren; Old Navy; Banana Republic; and more. While vacationers frequent both Tangers along the Grand Strand, they’re also enjoyed by locals year-round.
The Market Common
A totally different shopping experience for the Myrtle Beach area, The Market Common is surrounded by 29 acres of lakes, parks, trails and a public square. Loaded with unique and restaurants, it’s also home to top retailers like Anthropologie, Ann Taylor and Pottery Barn. It’s also developed into a destination for fine dining, with restaurants including: P.F. Changs; Nacho Hippo; and the newest eatery Tupelo Honey Cafe.
Broadway at the Beach
The be all, end all of shopping and entertainment in Myrtle Beach, Broadway at the Beach is located on Highway 17 Bypass. This 350 acre venue is home to a very large variety of specialty shops and boutiques, it is a favorite shopping stop for visitors and locals alike. It contains a mix of locally owned shops and name brand stores. In addition, it is home to a large list of restaurants, including: Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville; Hard Rock Cafe; Planet Hollywood; and Senor Frogs. But Broadway is not only a shopping and dining destination, it’s also home to several entertainment venues, including: MagiQuest; Ripley’s Aquarium; mini-golf and the Palace Theatre.
There are countless other shopping options for you when you visit us again. So go ahead and book today! We’ll see you in the checkout line soon!