Shopping in Myrtle Beach
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Your Guide to Shopping in Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach is a popular place to shop with outlet malls, open air complexes and high end boutique shops appealing to visitors and locals alike. There are a variety of malls to visit, each offering a unique shopping experience. 
Make shopping in Myrtle Beach easier with this quick guide:

A group of friends goes shopping in Myrtle BeachBroadway at the Beach

Unique and specialty shops are signature stores at Broadway at the Beach. Build-A-Bear Workshop, Ron Jon’s Surf Shop, Pepper Palace and Retro Active are located here, as are many others. For a complete list of shops, click here. The most appealing aspect of shopping at Broadway at the Beach is the open air, harbor environment. Celebrity Square is also popular with the nightlife crowd, and dining options here are numerous. Take a trip to Margaritaville at the end your day. They have waterfront seating and Broadway at the Beach looks great all lit up at night.

A girl goes shopping in Myrtle BeachBarefoot Landing

The relaxed atmosphere at Barefoot Landing lends to its popularity with locals and visitors. Located on the Intracoastal Waterway, more than a 100 specialty and retail stores, as well as restaurants, can be found along its meandering boardwalks. Boutiques and lifestyle shops cater to niche selections, like accessories, Harley Davidsons, dogs, music, signs and much more. The full list of shops is available here. Dining at Barefoot Landing is highly recommended. Try a steak at Greg Norman’s Australian Grille. The waterfront setting adds to the delicious, mouth-watering meal that is served. 

Two girls shopping in Myrtle Beach at a store with bright colored clothingCoastal Grand Mall

Coastal Grand is the premier indoor mall on the Grand Strand. There are more than 100 stores and restaurants all in one location.  Anchored by Sears, Belk, JCPenney and Dillard’s, the shopping complex is also home to specialty, clothing, jewelry, health and beauty, sporting goods, electronic stores and more. For a full list of shops, click here. I recommend grabbing a bite to eat at Abuelo’s once you’re done shopping. They serve high quality Mexican food with fresh ingredients and bold flavor. Their margaritas are top notch too. 

Shopping_iStock_000016531484XSmallTanger Outlet Mall

With two locations on the Grand Strand, Tanger is the place to go if you’re looking for a great deal. The mall on Hwy 17 features brands like American Eagle, Disney, GUESS, Banana Republic and many more, with a full list available here. The other Tanger mall in Myrtle Beach is found on Hwy 501. Home to Maurice’s, Nike, Ralph Lauren, Gap and Chico’s, this location has a full list of stores catering to all tastes. The bargains you’ll find are definitely worth a stop.

The Market Common

Designed as an urban village community, Market Common is an upscale shopping center with over 60 shops. Shopping here is a treat. Brands like Anthropologie and Brooks Brothers Country Club appeal to the apparel minded, while stores like Pottery Barn and Williams Sonoma attract the home and cooking clientele. Market Common also has a lively bar scene and several restaurants. Grab a bite at P.F. Changs or a drink at the Gordon Biersch Brewery during your day. 

Ashley is Reserve Direct’s travel expert, visiting Myrtle Beach to find the best travel tips, money-saving deals and insider information. With over 10 years of experience in first-hand-travel adventures, she shares her stories, advice, and current events to help you stay in the know.
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