Myrtle Beach

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What To Do
  • Offshore, near shore, in shore or backwater fishing with Captain Tommy at Georgetown Coastal Adventures. (843) 546-3543, www.captaintommy.com

  • Brookgreen Gardens is home to America’s first public sculpture garden, with more than 900 sculptures dotting its 9,000 acres. (800) 849-1931, www.brookgreen.com

  • Attend concerts, taste wine and dance at the Pawley’s Island Festival of Music & Art this September and October. (843) 237-4774, www.pawleysmusic.org

Where To Stay
  • Want your condo to have ocean, lake, marsh or fairway views? Litchfield Beach & Golf Resorts has them.
$59-$239. (888) 766-4633, www.litchfieldbeach.com

  • Bring that special someone to Litchfield Plantation. It’s one of the “Top Ten Most Romantic Inns.”
$138-$1,515. (800) 869-1410, www.litchfieldplantation.com

  • Choose from four accommodation options at Pawley’s Plantation.
$70-$310. (800) 367-9959, www.pawleysplantation.com

Where To Eat
  • Locals call Orobosas Lowcountry Cafe a “great dive” with reasonably priced lunches and the best crabcakes in town.
$17-$25. (843) 235-3464, www.orobosas.com

  • Austin’s Restaurant offers contemporary American dining in an elegant but casual Pawleys Island setting.
$19-$25. (843) 235-3800

  • Chef Louis Osteen’s She-Crab soup at Louis’s at Pawleys, a low-country favorite, is made with blue crab meat.
$20-$30. (843) 237-8757, www.louisatpawleys.com




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