Featured Image Credit: Peach’s Corner
Peaches Corner is a symbol of summer for thousands of visitors and locals since 1937. Although it has been remodeled since its original opening, one thing is for sure, the great food and friendly atmosphere has remained the same.
Since 1944, The Bowery has been a local spot of entertainment and southern hospitality. During the 1970’s The Bowery was home to “Alabama”, the country music group. Alabama still considers The Bowery their home, making multiple visits throughout the year.
Captain Juel’s Hurricane:
Captain Juel’s Hurricane has been family owned and operated since 1945. Throughout the years, three generations of the Robertsons’ have strived to make this restaurant feel like home. From the popular Big Fish Sandwich to the Stuffed Flounder, any seafood lover will not be disappointed.
After 65 years of business, a handful of different owners, and a tornado, Mammy’s Kitchen is still considered to be the longest running named restaurant in Myrtle Beach. This local restaurant is built on tradition and provides a friendly location for the whole family to enjoy.