Whether you're looking for the best shopping Malls, Shopping Centers, Outlets, Specialty Stores, Boutique, Flea Markets, Market Common upscal;e shopping....or just browsing all the shops and stores in Myrtle Beach, here's a current list of my best and most favorite shopping locations. I have lived in Myrtal Beach for 16 years, and I love to shop, just like you! Want to tell us where you love to shop? Where you found that one of a kind item on sale? Please join the Myrtle Beach Forum where we offer a shopping topic.
I have no affiliation with any stores on this page...but I've shopped them all!
* JC Penney at Inlet Square in Murrells Inlet will close on or around March 5. This is such a misfortune for the mall which has been struggling in recent years. We visited this store on 1/31/15, and while you can find a bargain or two, it's also clear that the store is not ready to close soon, even though there are many signs hanging from the ceiling proclaiming "Up to 80% off."
* The other night while shopping at Coastal Grand Mall, we noticed three store closing announcements. If you like to shop these locations, hurriy in for their close-out prices: Kirkland's, dELIA's, and Wet Seal.
* Le Gourmet Chef has closed at both Tanger Outlet locations .
* Both our local K-Marts are closed
* Tommy Bahama Outlet opened June 9, 2014 in the Tanger North location
Arcadian Commons is located across the street from Tanger Outlet Mall. Here you'll find Marshall's, Ross Department store, Kirkland's and even a Wal-Mart! When I shopped at the large Kirkland's, I found some good bargains. The nice thing about this Kirkland's is that it is a huge store, and you can park right in front. Fabric Showcase has an extensive choice of fabrics, and very helpgul employees. We covered our dining room chairs with fabric we purchased here in 2013. You'll find a Cold Stone Creamery and a huge Dollar Tree! Across the street from this shopping strip you'll spot the popular Steak & Shake as well as the North Tanger Outlet Mall.
Barefoot Landing - Barefoot Landing has an impressive selection of shops offering specialty items, factory stores, restaurants, entertainment and shows. You will find coupons on the Barefoot Landing web site.
Broadway at the Beach - This is the #1 entertaimnent and shopping venue. You do not want to miss Broadway at the Beach when you visit Myrtle Beach! Specialty shops, boutiques and restaurants. A 23-acre lake surrounds the "Villages" - Caribbean Village, Charleston Village, and the New England Fishing Village. View my photos with information here.Coastal Grand Mall opened in March, 2004 as a joint venture between Myrtle Beach Burroughs & Chapin Company and CBL & Associates Properties of Tennessee. CBL is one of the largest mall developers in the US. Coastal Grand Mall is the largest mall in South Carolina. The anchor stores are Dillard, Sears, Belks and JCPenney. On the out-parcels you'll find Ulta, Books A Million , PetSmart, several furniture stores, and many restaurants including Abuelo's Mexican Restaurant, Texas Roadhouse Grill, Red Robin, Longhorn Steakhouse, Red Lobster, Sticky Fingers, Cracker Barrel and more.
Hammock Shops at Pawleys Island - This is the birthplace of the Rope Hammock. Many unusual shops are loved by the locals, including me. This is another shopping venue that, in my opinion should not be missed by our Myrtle Beach visitors. (And you can enjoy genuine Southern cooking at any of the Hammock Shop restaurants.)
Inlet Square Mall, Myrrells Inlet at Hwy 17 Business and Hwy l7 Bypass offers many stores including JC Penny, Stein Mart, Belk and Books-A-Million. Renovations were completed in August, 2010. I was in this mall recently, and it looks new, with marble tile, beige and blue colors, plus lots of skylights. They just need new tenants. Hopefully that will happen soon. Visit the Frank Theatre located at the mall. Note: K-Mart has closed and JC Penney will close around March 5.
The Market Common is Myrtle Beach's most fashionable shopping location. Take in a movie at Grand 14, the most popular movie theater at the beach. Links to all stores, shopping, restaurants and events. There's always something going on at The Market Common.
Myrtle Beach Mall - (formerly Colonial Mall, and prior to that, Briarcliffe Mall) offers over 90 stores, including Belk and JCPenney. It's located a few miles north in North Beach on US-17. Bass Pro Shop and Islamorada Fish Co. are also located in this mall's area.
Tanger Outlets are a major developer of manufacturer's outlet shopping. The Tanger Outlets have two locations, Tanger Outlets South (501) and Tanger Outlets North located on Hwy. 17 at Hwy. 22 (Conway Bypass.) These outlets are loved by tourists and locals alike for great prices on the brands we love.
More Food Shopping:
Bed, Bath and Beyond, in Coastal Grand Mall
Burks Outlet - Surfside Beach
Chico's in Barefoot Landing, Tanger Outlet Center (north) and The Market Common
City Mac - Authorized Apple service,products, toys and games in The Market Common
Connecting Point - Apple Specialist, adjacent to The Market Common
Costco in Myrtle Beach
Dillard's Coastal Grand Mall
Hamrick's Savings on brand names - Surfside Beach and North Myrtle Beach.
Kohl's Across from the Surfside Wal-Mart, near Lowe's Foods Surfside Beach
Lazy Gator, Myrtle Beach Market Common and Murrells Inlet
Lowe's Home Improvement - several locations
Marshall's (2 locations) Arcadian Commons and Sayebrook Town Center off S.C. 544 at U.S. 17
Old Time Pottery Surfside Beach, 1 block south of Hwy 544 on your right.
PetSmart Pet Smart offers 2 locations: near Coastal Grand Mal and near Target , S. Commons Dr
Petco Sayebrook Town Center, off 544 at U.S. 17
Ross Dress For Less in Seaboard Commons, Surfside Beach, Arcadian Commons
Sam's Warehouse Club, Myrtle Beach
Target - Seaboard Commons and Sayebrook Town Center, off S.C. 544 at US 17
TJ Maxx - Seabord Commons, Myrtle Beach
Tomlinson Outlets - Surfside Beach and North Myrtle Beach
ULTA Beauty, located near Old Navy, just outside the Coastal Grand Mall
World Market - Seaboard Commons, Myrtle Beach
Find Bargains Savings, hundreds of vendors and stores (listed alphabetically.) Remember that most Flea Markets close earlier than individual stores or malls. To be on the safe side, visit the Flea Markets early in the day. The vendors may start closing around 3 PM, so it's best to plan an early arrival.
Everything Under The Sun North Myrtle Beach
811 Hwy. 17 N. Myrtle Beach
9 AM - 6 PM -Memorial Day - Labor Day - closed Tuesday
Carolina Forest Flea Market Open Thurs. Fri., Sat. & Sun. 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Located on 501 at the light, between General Dollar and Dick's Pawn
Goodwill Stores in Myrtle Beach. You can find some great baragins here!
Hudson's Flea Market
Located in Surfside Beach, just before Garden City Beach. Over 400 vendor spaces.
Hudson's Flea Market is next door to Wild Water Park
Myrtle Beach Flea Market
Center South Shopping Center - jut North of the Myrtle Beach State Park
Indoor flea market with over 80,000 sq. ft.
Ollie’s Bargain Outlet Near Carolina Forest at 2100 Oakheart Rd
Consignment Shops and Boutiques - because you never know until you look!
Beach Bum's Thrift (North Myrtle Beach) Consignment
Upscale Resale - (North Myrtle Beach) Consignment
Finders Keepers - (Myrtle Beach) Consignmentt
Konsignment Korner (Myrtle Beach) Consignment
Twice as Nice (Dick Pond Rd. Myrtle Beach) Consignment
Awesome Consignment Center (Myrtle Beach)
Mother Goose (Myrtle Beach) Children and Maternity re-sales
Once Upon a Child (Surfside Beach, near Wal-Mart
Consign at 5th (Surfside Consignment)
All About the Dress (Surfside Beach) bridal and formal consignment
Vintiques (Myrtle Beach - Vintage, Antiques, Re-purposed items)
Clothes Mentor (Myrtle Beach) Women's Resale
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