Myrtle Beach Attractions: What’s New at Broadway at The Beach
Broadway at the Beach has been a favorite Myrtle Beach family attraction for some time—it offers up something for just about anyone in any family, young and old. You have your choice from among dozens of restaurants and there’s also more shopping and entertainment than most people get a chance to enjoy in one vacation!
Some of the longtime favorites at Broadway include Ripley’s Aquarium, where you can get up close views of sharks and even run your hands down the back of a stingray. Another perennial favorite is Pavilion Nostalgia Park, where kids and grown up kids can both enjoy classic rides such as teacups and a classic carousel. But in the last year, Broadway has also seen a number of new offerings open their doors. Here are a few that you may not have yet had the chance to check out:
Chuck and Ducks
Broadway has long been one of the best places in Myrtle Beach for nightlife and the new addition to the scene adds another great sports bar and grill to the roster of Broadway fun. This is a great place to head to take in a game on one of more than fifty 50-inch HD TVs plus a jumbo screened wall. Chuck and Ducks also has two great patios, one with a fire pit. A kids’ menu is also offered to keep the younger ones happy.
If you’re looking for a unique boutique where you can find eclectic children’s and women’s clothing and accessories, give Bou’Tiki a try. Some of the more well-known brands carried include Silverado Beads, Bauble Beads, and Periwinkle Jewelry.
Little Amici’s Brick Oven
True brick oven pizza blows those factory delivery places out of the water. If you agree, then you’ll love Little Amici’s Brick Oven Pizza, now located near the Aquarium. You can also nosh on select salads, sides, pasta, Stromboli, and Panini. There’s even fried macaroni and cheese bites on the kids’ menu.
So - next time you visit Myrtle Beach, be sure to swing through Broadway at the Beach and see what’s new!
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