22 Feb Outdoor Shopping in Myrtle Beach
Looking for a cure for Spring Fever? The temperatures are beginning to heat up in Myrtle Beach and we’re ready to get outside! We’ve listed a few hot spots along the Grand Strand where you can simultaneously shop and soak up the sunshine.
The Market Common
With numerous specialty and boutique-style shops, The Market Common is an excellent place to unwind and spend time window shopping. Check out Southern Living Store for home decor inspo, stop by Handpicked for unique jewelry or visit Barnes & Noble to pick up the hottest new book released. If you start to work up an appetite, there are plenty of restaurants in the area to choose from. P.F. Changs, Tupelo Honey, and King Street Grill that all offer a casual atmosphere with flavorful food. For even more family fun, bowl a game at 810 Bowling or catch a movie at Stone Theaters!
Ready to shop ‘til you drop? Tanger Outlets has 2 locations in Myrtle Beach – one on Highway 17 in Myrtle Beach and one off Highway 501 in Conway – with stores ranging from Gap to Kate Spade. At Tanger Outlets, you can shop some of the biggest brands for deals not found in your typical department store. Everything you’re looking for is in one place and for a practical price.
Broadway at the Beach
Right in the heart of Myrtle Beach, Broadway at the Beach is a one-stop spot for all things shopping, dining and entertainment! Walk around and you’ll find numerous restaurants, shops, a movie theater, and giant fair rides the whole family will enjoy! There’s Wonderworks – an upside house that offers a place to let your creativity run wild. You can also find a variety of unique stores such as Tsunami Surf Shop, ItSugar, Build a Bear Workshop. Broadway at the Beach is even home to the only operating Kwik-E-Mart from The Simpson’s.
Featuring newly renovated stores and restaurants, Barefoot Landing is the perfect spot to spend the afternoon, right on the waterway! While you’re shopping, grab some brunch at Blueberry’s Grill or lunch from Taco Mundo and take your time strolling along the boardwalk which criss crosses over a beautiful pond. Plus while you’re at up at Barefoot Landing, make time to stop by Duplin Winery or Alligator Adventure.
Hammock Shops in Pawley’s Island
In preparation for those lazy summer days, come to The Hammock Shops down the road in Pawley’s Island and pick up your very own hammock! Stroll through the variety of local shops under the large oak trees and find gifts that are a perfect piece of the beach you can take home. After shopping, grab some yummy food at BisQuit or Southern Dining & Seafood Shack for some handcrafted southern meals.
Living in StoneGate at Prince Creek means living a relaxed beach lifestyle where you set the pace. Not only are you in close proximity to beautiful beaches, but you’re close by some of the best shopping in Myrtle Beach!
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