2016 is a big year for Myrtle Beach with all kinds of exciting changes and new attractions, shops, restaurants, and more.
Broadway at the Beach has been undergoing several changes including a new nightclub called Club Oz, a new attraction called Master’s Edition Fine Art Gallery, The Beef Jerky Store, Kilwins candy store, Wahlburgers – a famous burger chain founded by the Wahlberg family – as well as the demolishing of Planet Hollywood across the street. Also, a craft brew restaurant called American Tap House is in the process of being built at Broadway and expected to be open by summer.
At the intersection of Highway 544 and Highway 17 Bypass, construction crews are breaking ground for a Panera Bread, a Mod Pizza, and EyeMart Express. Towards the beach at the 544 and 17 Business intersection, there is a new Popeyes and a Vogue Nails and Spa in the Walmart Neighborhood Market shopping center.
Rockin’ Jump, an indoor trampoline park, recently opened next to the Children’s Museum of South Carolina located in the old Office Depot building. This attraction features several jumping areas and games for all ages.
New Walmart and long awaited gas station at the corner of Highway 17 Bypass and Farrow Parkway recently opened in May. More businesses are expected to show up in this conveniently located shopping center.