3 New Restaurants to Try in North Myrtle Beach this Year

family dining out at restaurant

Are you and your family vacationing to North Myrtle Beach this year, and you’d like to try a new restaurant? Have no fear as we here at North Beach Vacations can tell you all about three new places to give a try. Staying in one of our North Myrtle Beach vacation rentals will allow the whole family to stay together and close to the local places. Let’s look below what three new places you can dine at on your next vacation to the area.

Whit’s Frozen Custard of North Myrtle Beach

assorted custard on display in store

Vacationing at the beach is always a treat but getting to try a new custard joint is even better. Whit’s Frozen Custard recently opened up in North Myrtle Beach, and it’s one of the best places to grab some frozen custard.  This isn’t like any other ice cream shop on the Grand Strand, as it’s a shop that makes frozen custard daily. They have all sorts of flavors, including offering vegan, no sugar, and gluten-free treats. What a great way to start your vacation, then by heading over to Whit’s Frozen Custard for a treat!

Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux

If your family loves to try new cuisine, then head on over to Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux located in Myrtle Beach. This restaurant has a menu as you’ve never seen on the east coast with traditional and authentic food from Louisiana. Some of the menu items that you’ll be able to find are Canjundillas, VooDoo Shrimp & Grits, Shrimp Poboy, and even their famous Krispy Kreme Bread Pudding. This is a family-friendly restaurant, and once you’ve tried it out, you will want to visit for years to come.

Mr. Crab

two women eating seafood at restaurant

For many, a trip to the beach isn’t complete until they visit a seafood restaurant, and if you love seafood, we have the perfect restaurant to try. Mr. Crab recently opened up in North Myrtle Beach and has some food that is amazing and delicious. Some of the items you can find on their menu are steamed oysters, crawfish, snow crab legs, many seafood combo plates. They have a good kid’s menu with chicken nuggets, fried catfish, and some of the desserts sound mouthwatering such as red velvet cake, chocolate cake, and more. This is a restaurant that you won’t want to miss on your next trip to North Myrtle Beach.

Many other new restaurants have opened up in the North Myrtle Beach area; we wanted to share these with you. If you haven’t booked your vacation to stay with us in one of our North Myrtle Beach vacation rentals, now is the time. We can’t wait to see you and your family this year as you explore the area together!

3 Fun Events Happening in the Myrtle Beach Area this April

It’s hard to believe that April is almost here, and events are happening again on the Grand Strand. Last year around this time, many events were getting canceled until further notice, not knowing when they would kick back up, but now is the time. Staying in one of our North Myrtle Beach vacation rentals will allow you and your family can enjoy your vacation and be close to the fun. Let’s look below at where you can head this April to check out these three fun events.

Smoke on the Beach BBQ Competition

3 Fun Events Happening in the Myrtle Beach Area this April

If you’ve never been to Smoke on the Beach BBQ competition before, then you’re in for a fun experience. This fun and exciting event is happening on April 2nd & 3rd  at Historic Myrtle Beach Pavilion Park. The annual event was canceled last year, but it returns just for you and your family to come and explore the tasty treats on Friday night for a small fee, but there will be other food options as well. They are this year complying with all Covid-19 Regulations, so be sure not to forget your mask.

39th Annual Easter Egg Hunt

If you’re bringing the family down to spend your Easter Break here in North Myrtle Beach, then you will be in for a treat. Swing on over to McLean Park in North Myrtle Beach on Saturday, April 3rd at 10:00 am on the dot to hunt for eggs. This is an outdoor event, and they will be following all of the Covid-19 Regulations, such as social distancing and face masks are recommended. Several different age groups are available for the kids, and it’s free to attend. After the egg hunt, go and meet the Easter Bunny and take a few pictures too.

Earth Day Celebration

Another great event you can attend in April on the Grand Strand is the Earth Day Celebration at Brookgreen Gardens. Located in Murrells Inlet is where you will find this fantastic event fun for all ages. On April 24th, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, the whole family will learn about native plants, and the kids can explore the many different stations to finish an Earth Day passport! This is all included with the admission to the Garden.

While many other fun things are happening in April, we wanted to share these with you. If you haven’t booked your family vacation to stay in a North Myrtle Beach vacation rental, now is the time. We look forward to seeing you and your family as you relax and enjoy your time at the Beach!