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Myrtle Beach announces several new venues for 2017

Concept image of the redesigned area of Broadway at the Beach. Source: Burroughs & Chapin Company Concept image of the redesigned area of Broadway at the Beach. Source: Burroughs & Chapin Company

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Myrtle Beach is bringing some good news for visitors and locals. Several new venues will be opening at Broadway at the Beach in 2017, according to the Burroughs & Chapin Company.

Dave & Buster’s will be opening their doors this year, according to the press release. The restaurant delivers food and drinks, as well as the latest games and sports viewing.

Paula Deen's Family Kitchen, a Southern, family-style, full-service restaurant is currently under construction. This dining experience will be located in the Charleston Boardwalk area on the 29th Avenue North side of Broadway at the Beach, the release states.

Carolina Ale House will bring their vast menu of everything from appetizers, soups and salads to tacos, pizzas, burgers and wings.

A 118-foot-tall Ferris Wheel recently opened in Pavilion Park West. The new attraction features 24 open-air gondolas, LED lighting and a view of Broadway at the Beach.

New specialty shops, Sand & Sun and a second Splash Fresh Bath & Body, opened in the Charleston Boardwalk area as well.

A second Beef Jerky Store location recently opened near Ron Jon Surf Shop.

Southern Candle Studio and Cariloha will be opening in the spring, according to the press release.

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