Your Guide to Myrtle Beach Shopping

There is nothing quite like a Myrtle Beach shopping excursion, and the options and possibilities are endless. With so many venues to choose from, shoppers can spend a cool winter day indoors at the area’s newest mall, Coastal Grand, or window shopping outdoors at the upscale shopping plaza, Market Common.

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Broadway at the Beach

For an all-in-one shop stop, check out Broadway at the Beach for specialty stores geared towards all ages, as well as restaurants, putt-putt, cinemas and nightlife.

Tanger Outlets

For the penny-wise spender, don’t miss out on two locations of Tanger Outlet Stores, located on Highway 501 near Carolina Forest, and north on Business 17.

Barefoot Landing

If you are staying at Peppertree By the Sea, you are less than five miles away from Barefoot Landing. Located along the Intracoastal Waterway in beautiful North Myrtle Beach, Barefoot Landing naturally combines beauty and nature with the fun and excitement of shopping, dining, entertainment and special events for the entire family. Fashioned in the same outdoor layout as Broadway at the Beach, Barefoot offers a more eclectic range of shops. While you’re there, stop in at one of the many restaurants, coffee houses or ice cream shops. And don’t leave the area without visiting some of the extreme attractions there, including Alligator Adventure, the T.I.G.E.R.S. Preservation Station, the Coca Cola Cool Zone, and the House of Blues.

The Market Common

Located on the redeveloped Air Force Base surrounded by picturesque city parks with fountains, walking paths, and the area’s largest playground, The Market Common is an outdoor shopping center featuring upscale retail shops, a beautiful movie theater and some of the Grand Strand’s best restaurants. Popular shops include Barnes and Noble, Anthropologie, local shoe boutique Centro Shoes, Chico’s, White House Black Market, baby boutique The Kangaroo Pouch, Charming Charlies and more. Restaurants include P.F. Chang’s, Gordon Biersch, Travinia Italian Kitchen, Co Sushi, Nacho Hippo, King Street Grille, Tupelo Honey, Crepe Creations, Divine Prime and Brass Tap.

Coastal Grand Mall

Coastal Grand Mall is the Myrtle Beach area’s largest indoor mall, featuring popular retailers such as Belk, Charlotte Russe, Dillard’s, Old Navy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Ann Taylor LOFT along with a large food court.

The Hammock Shops

For a unique shopping experience, head to The Hammock Shops Village in Pawley’s Island to walk along pretty pathways that lead to quaint coastal cottages featuring locally owned boutiques and Lowcountry restaurants such as BisQit.

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