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February 1, 2018

The Market Common | Myrtle Beach

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The Market Common

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The Market Common in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

With a diverse lineup of restaurants, upscale boutique shopping, one of the area’s best movie theaters, and streets that beg to be walked, The Market Common has become one of the areas top destinations for families, couples, and groups.

An adjacent park hosts various festivals and live music throughout the year, as well as a farmer’s market when the season is right. And the occasional block party takes place during big holidays like the 4th of July and New Years Eve.

Here’s a rundown of the places to grab a bite in between doing everything else at The Market Common.

Dining Options

Travinia Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar 4011 Deville St., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

This centrally-located eatery serves contemporary American-Italian for lunch and dinner. The menu features starters like an Antipasto Platter, Prince Edward Island Mussels, Scallops, and Calamari. After that, there’s plenty of different Pastas, Pizzas, Salads, Sandwiches (during lunch), Italian Classics including five different chicken preparations (Piccata, Parmesan, Marsala, Scaloppine, and Saltimboca). The House Favorites include Lasagna Bolognese, Eggplant Parmesan, and Sinatra Chicken, a grilled breast with smoked pancetta, mozzarella, and a Gran Marnier cream sauce, served over cappellini.


Excellent Pizza

Ultimate California Pizza Multiple Locations – 4860 U.S. 17, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

This is the place to go for a West Coast twist on the classic Mediterranean baked dough. They have plenty of city-inspired specialty pizzas (San Diego, San Francisco, Hollywood), but the thing to do here is build your own. The sauce and ingredient list is all over the map and includes fresh vegetables and fruits, and most of the meats you can imagine. And, just like California, the vibe is pretty casual, dude.


Great Asian Dining

P.F. Changs 1190 Farrow Pkwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

This bistro chain has a comprehensive menu of cuisine from all over Asia. Start with familiar things like Housemade Egg Rolls or Vegetable Spring Rolls, or branch out and try Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps or Northern-Style Spare Ribs. Or go the hot route and sip on various soups like Hot & Sour, Egg Drop, Wonton, or Chicken Noodle. If you’re just in the mood for a salad, the three options are a Lemongrass Chicken Salad, Shanghai Waldorf Salad, or sushi-grade Seared Ahi Salad. The classics of your local Chinese take-out place (Beef with Broccoli, Sesame Chicken, Kung Pao, etc.) are also given some space on the menu.

The Chang’s Specialties section of the menu gets a little more interesting, with Oolong Chilean Sea Bass, Mongolian Beef, and Ma Po Tofu. They also offer fried rice, lo mein, and Singapore Street Noodles. Gluten-free menu available.


Crepes for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner

Crepe Creation Cafe 4012 Deville St, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Serving the thin and delicate pancakes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, this quaint cafe specializes in both sweet and savory crepes. There are plenty of French-inspired options to choose from, like the Champignons et Fromage (Portabello mushrooms and Brie cheese with wild mushroom and sage oil) and the Parisiene (Brie, apple slices, almonds, and black cherry balsamic), but the menu riffs on specialties from non-French cuisines including Italian, Mexican, Greek, and even American. They also offer gluten-free and buckwheat crepes.


Wine Bar

Divine Prime Wine & Tapas Bar 1160 Farrow Pkwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Two different experiences are available in this upscale eatery. In the bar area, a menu of small plates like Pork Belly, Calamari, Veal and Truffle Ravioli.  Spanish Caprese Salad lets diners sample several different dishes in a classy environment. Over in the main dining room the menu is much more serious in terms of cuisine.  They offer Prime steaks cooked in their 1800-degree broiler, Veal Porterhouse, Colorado Lamb, and Lemon Sole Provencal. Fine dining or fun tapas? That’s completely up to you.


CO Sushi 3098 Deville Street, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

It’s true that CO (feast in Vietnamese) is predominantly a sushi restaurant,but in addition to traditional nigiri and sashimi, they offer some items that you won’t be able to find anywhere else in Myrtle Beach. Take the Pressed Sushi, made with layers of Maze Gohan rice, fresh fish or tofu, or the unique Maki rolls like Duck and Hoisin or Round Eye (of beef) with Wasabi Aioli. CO also offers a small-ish menu of noodle dishes including Pho (a savory and delicious rice noodle and beef broth soup), Pad Thai, Vietnamese Ramen, Curry Laksa, and Hanoi Noodles. Also, the vibe here is much more cosmopolitan than beach casual.


Great Tacos

Nacho Hippo: Cantina Maximo 1160 Farrow Pkwy, Myrtle Beach , SC 29577

They pile the chips high here before layering them with all sorts of combinations of cheeses, veggies, sauces, and meats. House favorites include the Hipponachamus, with chili, chorizo sausage, shredded chicken, cheese blend, jalapenos, pico de gallo, and lettuce. The Donald is topped with Maine lobster meat, shrimp, spicy mayo, mango salsa, cheese blend, jalapenos, shredded lettuce, and pico de gallo. You can also choose from a long list of ingredients to make your own unique creation. If you’re not in the mood for a huge plate of chips, there are plenty other options.

The In The Beginning list includes Bangin’s Shrimp, Holee Guacamole, and Grilled Corn on the Cob. Other menu sections include Rita’s Quesadillas, and Hip Tacos, of which there are fourteen unique options that are all over the map. Oh, and it’s probably worth mentioning that this place has margaritas for days.


Gordon Biersch 3060 Howard Avenue, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

This will be the obvious choice for the craft beer crowd, as GB serves five of it’s own brews. They also have a gargantuan menu full of pretty much everything. Starters (dips, fries, wings, etc.), Pizzas and Flatbreads, Fresh Greens, Chef’s Favorites (Steak, Fish, Meatloaf), Housemade Tacos, Entrees (Lobster & Shrimp Mac and Cheese, Fish and Chips, Jambalaya, Mediterranean Chicken), Knife & Fork Burgers, Sandwiches, and Housemade Desserts. For seating, the patio out front is usually a good indicator of how nice the weather is.


TVs for Sporting Events

King Street Grille 3040 Howard Avenue, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

If there’s a sporting event on tv, it’s likely that you’ll be able to watch it here. They have great appetizers, burgers, wings, sandwiches, and entrees. Aside from the obvious offerings, King Street serves dishes like Sweet Tea Fried Chicken, a Mac & Cheese Burger, and Philly Cheese Steak Egg Rolls with Horsey Sauce. The place can get pretty packed and, depending on the game, might get a bit loud as well. Luckily, there’s plenty of outdoor seating if you need to escape the noise for a moment.


Coupon

FREE APPETIZER (Up to $9.99 Value) at King Street Grille

With This Coupon Receive a Free Appetizer Up to $9.99 Value With the Purchase of an Entree or Sandwich. Must Present Coupon Before Ordering. Limit One Per Table. Not Valid With Other Offers. Valid at the Market Common and Murrells Inlet Locations. Market Common: 3040 Howard Ave., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 (843) 238-3900.  Murrells Inlet: 4891 US-17 BUS., Murrells Inlet , SC 29576 (843) 299-1444 www.thekingstreetgrille.com
Try to make a stop at The Market Common in Myrtle Beach while visiting South Carolina.