A Myrtle Beach vacation will leave visitors with wonderful memories, but it’s always fun to take home a few items. Be sure and stop at the Gay Dolphin (See ad on page 13) on Ocean Boulevard, one block south of the SkyWheel. Family owned since 1946, this is much more than a gift shop, this store is a destination with more than 70,000 items in 30,000 feet of retail space!
With locations up and down the Grand Strand, you will not have any problem finding Bargain Beachwear (see ad on pages 24) or Eagles Beachwear (see ad on page 25). With some of the best collections AND prices, these stores are a must visit for sure. From great jewelry to the latest in sunglass fashions to tee shirts to swimwear for the entire family, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for in one of their locations along the Strand.
The only problem with shopping in Myrtle Beach is deciding where to go first! Broadway at the Beach is a fun destination that has unique shopping, plus dining and entertainment. If you haven’t visited for a while, there are big changes at this one stop shopping/entertainment destination! Hungry shoppers – watch for Paula Deen Restaurant and Dave & Buster’s to open soon. Wahlburgers is one of the newest additions with delicious burgers and much more! Tsunami Surf Shop (See ad on page 4) specializes in high end men’s, women’s and children’s surf shop fashions and accessories. With brands like Alpine, Billabong, Rainbow, Reef and many more, you’ll be styling like a local. With 9 locations along the Strand, one is sure to be near you!
Bargain hunters alert! Tanger Outlets has two locations in Myrtle Beach, one on Highway 501 and one on the north end of the beach. With markdowns galore and designer fashions at discount prices, this shopper’s paradise will satisfy even the savviest price watchers. There are two malls in Myrtle Beach – Coastal Grand is on Highway 17 Business near the intersection of Highway 501, and The Myrtle Beach Mall is on Highway 17 on the north end of the beach.
While you’re on the northern end of Myrtle Beach, stop by Barefoot Landing. Another destination shopping experience, it sits on the Intracoastal Waterway and includes a 27 acre lake.
The Market Common is urban shopping and dining at its best. Stores you recognize, like Pottery Barn, Centro Shoes and Chico’s, are mixed with unique one-of-a-kind boutiques.