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Month: January 2014

Jan24

Myrtle Beach is the perfect destination for a Valentine’s Day getaway. If you’re looking for something to do with that special someone, here is a list of some of the events that are happening. 

Barefoot Princess Riverboat
Enjoy dinner, dancing, and gorgeous waterway views when you spend Valentine’s Day abroad the Barefoot Princess Riverboat. Tickets are $46 per adult and $35 per child. Dinner, live entertainment, and a two-hour cruise along the Intracoastal Waterway are included; you can upgrade to window seats, roses, or wine for an extra cost. The cruise will depart at 5:45. Call (843) 272-2140 to reserve your tickets.

Splash of Love at Ripley’s Aquarium
Ripley’s is hosting Splash of Love on Febuary 13th. The package includes a four-course dinner along with admission to the aquarium, a long-stemmed rose, and a drink ticket for the bar. Pricing is $79.99 per couple. For $10, you can upgrade to include a box of chocolates and a strolling musician. For ticket information, call (843) 915-0888. 

Carolina Improv
Watch and enjoy as the improv actors of Carolina Improv make jokes about relationships and love during this special Valentine’s Day show. Carolina Improv is located at Uptown Theater in the Myrtle Beach Mall. This 18 and up show will be performed both February 14th and 15th so don’t miss out! Tickets are $12 a person and can be reserved by calling (843) 272-4242.

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Come to the Royal Renewal Ceremony on February 15th at Medieval Times. Couples will be invited to renew their vows and recommit in a royal fashion. The package includes the renewal ceremony, admission to Medieval Times for 2 adults, a souvenir photo in a frame, a Valentine scroll, champagne with toasting glasses, flags to cheer on your knight, and admission to Castle Dragon. The package is $99 for a couple; call (843) 236-4635 to make reservations.

Wine and Design
Do something unique this Valentine’s Day and paint! Wine and Design will be hosting a Valentine’s Day painting event where you and your loved one both paint a 10×20 canvas that will pair together to create a masterpiece. Carrabba’s will provide dinner and a glass of wine. Couples are more than welcome to bring their own bottle of wine to enjoy after the meal. Tickets are $75 per person; call (843) 213-0346 to reserve yours.

Jan03

The Grand Strand holds a unique place in Barbecue Belt.

The north end stretches into North Carolina, where vinegar-based sauce is the law. The south end dips into the South Carolina Lowcountry, where mustard-based sauce is king. And in between resides a mix of transplants and visitors who bring their own BBQ taste buds to the party.

The good news is you can get your fix no matter which BBQ church you happen to worship. The one common theme is slow-cooked pork over hickory coals, pulled and sometimes chopped, and served with all the fixins’. Here are the top five spots to cure your BBQ jones:

* Little Pigs: This Myrtle Beach institution is hidden in a strip mall just off Higheay 17 Bypass, but lovers of authentic North Carolina BBQ can find it by following their noses. The Huggins family uses only whole pork shoulders that are smoked on-site and served with a wide variety of side items. The hushpuppies are worth the trip.

* Prosser’s Bar-B-Q: This family-owned and operated eatery has been serving South Carolina-style barbecue and country cooking since 1953. Originally opened in nearby Hemingway, which is considered a BBQ capital of S.C., Prosser’s brought their own version of pulled pork to the coast, along with some great rib-sticking comfort food.

* Hog Heaven BBQ: Serving South Carolina barbecue at a tucked-away shack just north of Georgetown, folks don’t mind the extra drive to find a place in Hog Heaven. True to its Lowcountry roots, Hog Heaven also offers smoked seafood, including an oyster roast, and home-style vegetables. Just get the buffet and try it all.

* Sticky Fingers: This Charleston-based regional chain offers the widest variety of sauces for any and all tastes. Offering smoked baby-back ribs, pulled pork and BBQ chicken, Sticky Fingers allows the customer to choose from its five different sauces, including Memphis Sweet, Tennessee Whiskey and Carolina Mustard.

* Big KT’s BBQ: Either a great little BBQ joint with cold beer or a great little beer joint with excellent BBQ, Big KT’s successfully pulls off both. Serving North Carolina, vinegar-based BBQ and ribs, this North Myrtle Beach hangout also scores points for its sides, such as Brunswick stew and Tomato Pie.