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  • Catelyn Huckstep

Rating the Boardwalks in Myrtle Beach

When traveling to Myrtle Beach there are many different boardwalks to experience. Devon and I went to four of them when we traveled to Myrtle Beach. Here our ratings of the Boardwalks and when we recommend to visit them!


If you plan to visit the Boardwalk and Promenade, I recommend going during the day. This boardwalk has a lot of different places to shop, restaurants to eat and there are many photo opportunities. It is mainly known for the big Sky Wheel Ferris Wheel. Devon and I enjoyed walking around looking at the different stores and then having dinner at The Bowery. I had the Bowery Burger Delight as a black bean burger with no bacon and Devon had the Eighth Wonder. In addition to that, this is the only boardwalk where you have to pay for parking so it was definitely one that you could walk around a little bit during the day. Overall, if you need to skip one, this one could be it. 





The Murrells Inlet is a great stop in the evening. It is popping with live music and great food. It is set up with many different sit down restaurants perfect for dinner and then has live music set up afterwards. Devon and I ate at Drunken Jacks. We loved the started of hush puppies with cinnamon butter! I order the Portabella Sandwich and Devon had a Triggerfish Sandwich. After dinner, we then enjoyed live music at Dead Dog Saloon. I definitely recommend that you spend an evening at the Marsh Walk, but don’t feel like you need to stop there early to see anything or shop! 


Devon and I spent the day at Barefoot Landing and really enjoyed it. It is the perfect spot to hang out during the day or at night. Devon and I did not get to see the nightlife, but based on the layout I was a little disappointed for not spending some time in the evening. It had lots of shops to look at during the day and great places to eat for lunch or dinner. We had lunch at The Crooked Hammock. This brewery was fun to check out because they had a beer garden and an outdoor bar with swings! You can share the Longboard Nachos as Devon and I did for lunch! They are huge!! I recommend stopping at Barefoot Landing. It was definitely a favorite for me and Devon! 




Broadway at the Beach was our favorite stop! We stopped by there more than once to check it out! The daytime is perfect to check out the stores and shops. It is also where Ripley's Aquarium is located which is a great daytime activity! In the evening, there are a lot of great places to stop for dinner. Devon and I had Senor Frogs and it was delicious! Then, we stopped at The Hangout, which is a very fun restaurant/bar that has music and allows the patrons to dance on the tables! Next, we stopped at Margaritaville for some drinks and to see the views of the ocean! Broadway at the Beach was definitely our favorite and there are plenty of places to try out anytime!



What are some of your favorite stops in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina? Follow my musician and travel adventures on Instagram! 




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