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Myrtle Beach is always adding new and entertaining things to do and places to see, making every oceanfront visit that much more exciting. Below, we’ve compiled the latest and greatest additions to some of the area’s most popular destinations. Check out the Myrtle Beach’s newest additions below for more information on what you can expect during your next oceanfront visit!

Changes to The Market Common

The Market Common will fill the empty space left by Piggly Wiggly, as well as a few notable additions that were made over the last year:

Recent Additions

Nachos Supreme

Nacho Hippo: The Market Common’s popular Mexican-American cantina recently expanded, taking over the space that was previously Divine Prime.

Peace, Love and Little Donuts: A groovy donut shop that creates unique donut flavors and toppings.

You Eat, I Bake: A 100% gluten-free gourmet bake shop in the SoHo district at Market Common.

Coming Soon

810 Bowling | Summer 2018: An entertainment complex featuring bowling, billiards, table tennis, darts, gourmet food, and drink options.

Changes to Barefoot Landing

Barefoot Landing is primed to make some major adjustments this year, with a Waterway-front expansion opening soon, along with new restaurants:

Coming Soon

Burger and French fries

Dockside Village at Barefoot Landing | Spring 2018: An expansion of Barefoot Landing that will be located along the Intracoastal Waterway and feature a plethora of dining options and a Carolina coast feel with beautiful views of the waterway.

Lulu’s | Spring 2018: A full-service restaurant with live nightly music, an arcade, and a large sandy beach situated on the Intracoastal Waterway.

Cafe de Paris | Spring 2018: A cafe featuring a light menu selection, baked goods, and coffees.

TBonz Gill & Grill Mexican Concept | Spring 2018: TBonz Gill & Grill will soon be transitioning into a brand new Mexican concept.

New Grand Strand Restaurants

The Grand Strand’s love for unique cuisine continues to grow along the Atlantic coast with a handful of new dining options:

Recent Additions

Good Day Cafe: A nostalgic eatery in downtown Myrtle Beach serving salads, sandwiches, bubble tea, and more.

Rockin’ Waffle: An eclectic mix of breakfast favorites and lunch classics.

Northern Bites Cafe: Located in Carolina Forest, this newly opened eatery serves classic North Atlantic U.S. fare.

Coming Soon

Sol y Luna | Opening Soon: A new Latin cantina and bar situated on River Oaks Drive in Carolina Forest.

New Area Attractions

myrtle beach skywheel and boardwalk

Myrtle Beach Boardwalk Extension and Development Complex | Spring 2018: A new expansion to the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk featuring an entertainment complex will open this

spring. The new oceanfront complex will include a mix of restaurants and bars like BurgerFi and The Bimini Room.

Myrtle Beach Pinball Museum | Opening Soon: An interactive museum featuring playable pinball machines from past decades.

Topgolf | Opening Soon: Myrtle Beach will soon have its very own TopGolf entertainment center. A tentative opening date has yet to be announced.

New Area Events

Blue Angels Air Show | April 28 – 29: The US Navy Blue Angels will visit the Grand Strand for the Wings Over Myrtle Beach Air Show for the first time in over a decade.

Nitro Circus | June 19: The renowned stunt bike and action sports show Nitro Circus will be making a stop in Myrtle Beach this June at TicketReturn.com Field.


Be sure to check out our Myrtle Beach Area Guide for more information on area attractions and restaurants.


February may be the month of love, but with the smaller crowds and milder weather, Myrtle Beach takes advantage of this post-holiday month with an eclectic assortment of family-friendly festivals, foodie affairs, and special events. If you’re visiting Myrtle Beach for February there’s plenty of great options to choose from.

Check out what’s happening across Myrtle Beach this February!

Whose Beach Is It Anyway? Improv Comedy Show | Feb. 3 – 24

Enjoy laugh-out-loud performances from some of the area’s most hilarious improv comedians at the Carolina Improv Company. Based off of the popular show “Whose Line Is It Anyway”, Whose Beach Is It Anyway takes suggestions from the audience to create impromptu jokes, scenes, and hilarity that all ages are sure to enjoy! Whose Beach Is It Anyway starts every Saturday in February at 7:30 pm. Call (843) 272-4242 for more information on ticket prices.

Myrtle Beach Speedway’s 3rd Annual Ice Breaker Race | Feb. 10

Let out your inner speed-demon at the 3rd Annual Ice Breaker Race, Myrtle Beach Speedway’s first race of 2018! This family-friendly event will feature five late model, street stock, vintage, and mini stock races around the historic half-mile track for an afternoon of paint swapping excitement! Tickets are $15 per adult and children 11 and under enter free. For more details, call (843) 236-0500.

Colorful Mardi Gras mask on a background made with Mardi Gras beads

7th Annual Marshi Gras Celebration | Feb. 12

You won’t want to miss this year’s Marshi Gras on the Marshwalk, Murrells Inlet’s very own version of Mardi Gras. Featuring Cajun and Creole cuisine from each of the eight marsh-front restaurants, drink specials, live music, and a Mardi Gras parade, this event brings the spirit of New Orleans straight to the Marshwalk. Participants can also sign up for a costume contest where participants can win up to $1,500 in cash and prizes! Admission is free. For more details, call (843) 497-3450.

Broadway at the Beach KidzTime Festival | Feb. 17 – 24

Bring the family out to the Broadway at the Beach KidzTime Festival, a week-long festival featuring live entertainment, kid-friendly games, crafts, and inflatables, movie character appearances, a petting zoo, and much more! Kids can get their face painted, enjoy a petting zoo, and take pony rides, Call (843) 444-3200 for more information.

Fresh oysters in a white plate with ice and lemon on a wooden desk

5th Annual Surfrider Oyster Festival | Feb. 25

If you’re searching for a party full of live music, delicious brews, and all-you-can-eat oysters, the 5th Annual Surfrider Oyster Festival in Murrells Inlet is your go to this February. For the fifth year in a row, the Surfrider Oyster Festival will feature a nearly endless amount of delicious oysters, hand-crafted Bloody Mary’s, and an assortment of vendors and food trucks. There will also be a Bloody Mary contest and New South Brewery will be on hand with fantastic local brews. All-you-can-eat oysters are $25 per person. Contact (828) 964-5777 for more details.


Looking for more fun ideas?

Check out our attractions page for a detailed look at some of Myrtle Beach’s most popular destinations!