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Charlotte, North Carolina
July 25, 2012
From journal Suzie and Nick’s Myrtle Beach Bike Week (end).
July 13, 2012
From journal Suzie and Nick’s rock n roll beach weekend.
by Turner Brown
Hillsborough, North Carolina
March 3, 2011
June 30, 2008
Hollis, New Hampshire
August 18, 2007
I have to say we only went for the breakfast brunch that was advertised to be popular. We were surprised that when we got there, it was filled with mostly middle aged people, so we were in our element. Mary heartily greeted us at the door and we could have been at the airport and heard her. She's a mainstay of the place and I'm sure she can be heard over any band or sonic jet in the area.
The buffet set up was very small. We had to ask where it was. There was an omelet station right on the bar and in a small seating area, was bacon, sausage, fresh fruit, small waffles, real maple syrup (didn't they know what that costs!!!??), toast, and bagel station. It was all very good and we would definitely go to another House of Blues location for Breakfast Brunch if they offered it.
From journal Myrtle Beach at Quiet Time
July 19, 2005
From journal Sawyer Family Vacation
February 11, 2005
Southern cooks inspire the cuisine found here. The ribs here are divine and my favorite meal in the place. Their musical venues offer a variety of musical influences; everything from rock, country, folk, and more can be heard here. You never know who will be playing. But if you check out www.hob.com, you can see who is on the stage when you’re in town. While we were here, we were very lucky and got to see an outstanding performance by the legendary Aaron Nevil. The man is incredible, despite the fact that he looks like he could drop-kick just about anyone, and his voice is truly that of an angel. If he is in town, you will want to make sure to check him out. If you are here on a Sunday, make sure you stop by for the HOB’s legendry gospel brunch. The brunch runs from 9am-2pm and offers praise and thanksgiving with some of the best local and regional gospel artists. You may happen to be lucky enough to catch the Hallelujah Choir from Beaufort, SC, featured in the movie Forrest Gump. The HOB has set itself apart from other celeb-owned restaurants by continuously offering some of the best and legendary performers and by offering a start to new talent.
From journal Myrtle Beach... Southern Paradise Found.
WALL, New Jersey
June 6, 2004
From journal First Trip with the Baby to Myrtle Beach SC
by Raymond King
February 28, 2004
From journal Week Getaway in Myrtle Beach 2004
January 8, 2004
From journal Christmas 2003