Myrtle Beach Shopping

If you’re craving South Carolina peanuts or locally produced wines, your clothes closet needs a few new items, or you want to buy one-of-a-kind gifts, know that the shopping is great all year round in Myrtle Beach. Malls, outlet centers and unique dining/shopping/entertainment complexes provide fun for all ages in every season. Busses full of shoppers regularly drop off tour groups, and many families throughout the southeast have traditions of visiting the area to do their holiday shopping and take in a few Christmas shows.

Put on your comfortable shoes and enjoy days and days’ worth of shopping, dining and family fun at these Myrtle Beach area shopping choices.

Barefoot Landing – Situated around a 27-acre lake, Barefoot Landing lets shoppers and diners stroll in a beautiful setting while enjoying a southern-flavored shopping village. Have fun checking out shops that sell everything from clothing to jewelry and southern foods, enjoying a variety of dining options and, in season, experiencing fireworks and special entertainment. Nearby are more restaurants, plus Alligator Adventure and Duplin Winery.

Broadway at the Beach – Nightlife, dining, shopping, miniature golf, a comfy movie theater, a playground, fireworks, amusement rides, Ripley’s Aquarium, the Wonderworks museum, Dave & Buster’s, an escape room, jet boat rides, a zip line and a lot more fill this entertainment complex with loads of fun for the entire family. A few of the restaurants include American Tap House, Hard Rock Cafe, Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen and Wahlburgers. Nearby are Legends in Concert, the Hollywood Wax Museum and Helicopter Adventures.

Coastal Grand Mall – Check your desires off your list at Coastal Grand Mall, which has great anchor stores including JCPenney, Belk, Sears and Dillard’s, plus many smaller national chains. Be sure to check their website for current deals and discounts. You can take a break from shopping at the movie theater or the food court. Nearby are several restaurants.

The Market Common – Live, work and play at The Market Common, which is designed as a cohesive community where people can enjoy visiting to shop, dine and see movies, but also as a community hub with a variety of residences, events and walking and bicycling paths. Some shops are chains, like Charming Charlie, Chico’s, Barnes & Noble and Orvis, while others are locally owned. The restaurants have a similar mix, from P.F. Chang’s China Bistro to Tupelo Honey Cafe. There’s a central area with a small playground, a medium-size park where smaller events are held, and a large park perfect for festivals.

Myrtle Beach Mall – It may be one of the oldest malls in the area, but Myrtle Beach Mall works hard to stay contemporary and fresh. Its stores include Bass Pro Shops, Bath & Body Works, Belk, Books a Million and much more. An unusual addition to the mix is Carolina Improv, a fun and funny audience-interactive improv comedy show. Currently the food court is undergoing an exciting renovation to become an upscale food hall. Nearby are Tanger Outlets Highway 17 and Myrtle Beach’s famed Restaurant Row.

Tanger Outlets 501 – This outlet mall is an easy hop across the Intracoastal Waterway from Myrtle Beach. Several mid-priced restaurants are nearby, including Ruby Tuesday and Outback Steakhouse. If you enjoy craft beers, you should check out The Grumpy Monk.

Tanger Outlets Highway 17 – This location of Tanger Outlets is at the north end of Myrtle Beach at the intersection of 17 Bypass and SC 22. Nearby are Myrtle Beach Mall, a Walmart plaza with lots of shops and Myrtle Beach’s Restaurant Row.