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LuLu's to bring its Gumbo Love, nightly entertainment to Barefoot Landing

Source: Burroughs and Chapin News Release Source: Burroughs and Chapin News Release
Source: Burroughs and Chapin News Release Source: Burroughs and Chapin News Release

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Lucy Buffett's LuLu's restaurant will bring its culinary offerings and family- friendly entertainment to Barefoot Landing in the spring of 2018, according to Burroughs and Chapin news release.

Barefoot Landing will be Lucy Buffett's LuLu's third location and it will be built between Greg Norman's and TBonz at Dockside Village.

The release states that the full-service 400-seat restaurant will feature live music nightly, a large sandy beach, a ropes climbing course, an arcade, and other activities.

"I couldn't be more thrilled to be bringing some Gumbo Love and LuLu's lifestyle to Myrtle Beach!" said Lucy Buffett, LuLu's owner. "I'm looking forward to being a good neighbor with the locals. I've always believed in taking care of the folks who take care of LuLu's."

LuLu’s will offer their Crab Melt and the "Pa-menna" Cheeseburger with pimento cheese, bacon and a fried green tomato. LuLu's even offers an allergy menu with special selections that exclude gluten, egg, seafood, shellfish, dairy, or soy.

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