710 Frontage Road East
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Phone: (843) 448-4884
Fax: (843) 626-4914
Coastal Grand Mall is Myrtle Beach's most popular mall. Its location right near the airport is a jaunt away from the busy beaches, but nonetheless, it's the place to come if you're looking for big box stores. Some include Old Navy, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Sunglass Hut and many others. Most of the dining establishments are also well-known ones like Chick-Fil-A, Texas Roadhouse, Auntie Anne's Pretzels and the typical other chains in the food market. For complete store listing, check website.
Broadway Magic is a fun shop that intrigues everyone who walks through its doors. To begin, Broadway is a magic shop that sells all kinds of gag gifts and novelties. They have magic kits, puppets, cards, dice, jokes and so much more. The best thing about this place however, is the real live in-store magicians. They show you magic tricks, and if you come in on a slow day, sometimes they will walk you through one of the more simple tricks. For more information and to buy an item, check out their online store.
You could easily say that Klig's Kites has this particular hobby in Myrtle Beach covered. With two locations in town, Klig sells all types of kites, windsocks and flags. Some appear as toys and others more professional depending on your level of skill. In addition to kites, they sell lanterns, poles and other accessories. For more information, check out their online shop.
Ridemakerz is a DIY store for the little ones, where they can make their own car, truck or any other contraption on four wheels. To begin, kids start by choosing a chassis of the model they like, then you add different parts to the car. Some of the chassis choices can be transformed into 'Monster Truck' status and girls shouldn't worry either, because they have all kinds of designs. The cars are 1:18 scale models and you can take them home when you're finished building them.
Upon entering Tiki Jim's, it appears that all he sells is garishly fluorescent and bright t-shirts, but with further inspection, you'll see t-shirts of all types. Aside from the souvenir Myrtle Beach sweaters and tees, a lot of the collection is dedicated to humorous and locally designed shirts. A couple of the local brands include Simply Southern and Salt Life. For more information, check out the website or Facebook page.
This Myrtle Beach tobacconist has been a purveyor of fine cigars and smokes since 1973. Their main branch is in Charlotte, NC, but thankfully they branched out here to the beach. At the Tinder Box MB, you can find almost every type of cigar (except real Cohibas of course), and the knowledgeable staff keeps you informed about traditional cigars and brands as well as more contemporary ones. Along with your cigar, the Tinder Box always has an event happening, from tastings and samples to live music. For a complete calendar and cigar brands they have in stock, check website.
This accessory boutique has taken over the Carolinas. Both states have several locations and this one in the Broadway at the Beach entertainment district offers fashion jewelry, watches, bags and sunglasses. It is consistently rated as one of the best accessory stores in the South as well as around the U.S. with its online shop. Every style of bag is available; from totes to clutches, Bijuju has you covered. Additionally, the prices are fantastic and with a few locations in Myrtle Beach, it's also easy to find.
Bookstores in the U.S. may be a rare sight in the near future, however this one in North Myrtle Beach has been going strong for decades. Upon entering the shop, you are immediately carried off to a nostalgic place with the scent of old paper and musty walls. Bookends is a clean, yet perfectly cluttered store, where readers can find a nook within the wooden aisles and peruse books on astronomy, language arts, literature, history and much, much more. For events and details, check their Facebook page.
From Glendale, AZ to Myrtle Beach, SC, people who love hot sauce as a condiment can look no further than the chile nirvana at Pepper Palace. With more than 20 different locations throughout the country, guests can find mild to deadly sauces inside each store. The shop has different types of sauce from manufacturers around the U.S. as well as their own brand. Try the deadly 'Flashbang', made with the Jolokia, Carolina Reaper, Moruga Scorpion and Habanero peppers! If you can't handle the heat, Pepper Palace allows visitors to taste test almost every bottle on the shelves in order to find the right one to take home.
Located on Highway 17, Broadway at the Beach is a must-see for Grand Strand visitors. There are over 100 specialty shops that sell everything from T-shirts and sunglasses to fine jewelry and high-end shoes. Additionally, there are more than 20 restaurants that feature all kinds of food, from hamburgers to great local specialties. Broadway at the Beach also contains a 23-acre lake surrounded by boardwalk, making it a great place to stroll on a sunny day or balmy night. During the summer, the boardwalk has live music and other events; check website for details.
I Love Sugar takes your regular tiny candy store and enlarges it ten times. This massive 6000 sq. ft. shop has almost every type of sweet imaginable, from row canisters on the wall filled with candy to classics like Mike & Ike and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. It is almost impossible to leave without indulging a least a little bit and the kids will probably want to stay all day. The decor inside is bright and filled with fluorescent colors from floor-to-ceiling and the staff is extremely friendly.
If you want to look your absolute best on the beach, this is the place to go for swimwear. The lovely people at La Plage will discreetly help you choose the swimwear that is the most flattering for you. They carry all the latest styles from the best manufacturers for women and children. Located across from the Myrtle Square Mall, it is a bit pricey, but they have incredible sales at the end of the summer.