Myrtle Beach Journals

Beach Vacation

A July 2006 trip to Myrtle Beach by Travelwv

Quote: Fun, sun, good food, and exciting things to do.

Cheeseburger in Paradise

Restaurant | "Great Place to Eat!"

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Excellent experience. The food was wonderful and the drinks were even better. Our server was fun and personable, and did a great job recommending drinks and menu items. We were greeted "welcome to paradise!" This is certainly a gem in the Myrtle Beach Area! Great Food and atmosphere. I highly recommend Cheeseburger In Paradise to anyone who wants a good meal at a reasonable price. One of the best Margaritas I have ever had. I can't wait to go to the restaurant again!

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on October 12, 2008

Cheeseburger in Paradise
7211 North Kings Highway
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29572
(843) 497-3891

Arcadian Shores Golf Club

Attraction | "Excellent Course"

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Arcardian Shores is a very well maintained course. The holes are challenging and well thought out. The course was designed by Rees Jones. It has never been overly crowded when I have played (both early morning & afternoon).

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on October 12, 2008

Arcadian Shores Golf Club
10000 Hilton Road
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29572
(843) 449-5217

Beach Vacation

Overview

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Of course, most people go to enjoy the beaches and the ocean, but there are many thing to see and while in Myrtle Beach, SC. Do not pass up "Broadway on the Beach" or "Barefoot Landing", especially if you have never been. One bit of advice, however: I think the best time to go is in the early evening (6-8), after it has cooled down some. Also, they have fireworks on certain nights at 10pm, so plan ahead.Quick Tips: There are hundreds of coupon books in the area hotels, stores...just about everywhere. There are some good bargains, but not a lot. Most of the seafood places have gone to times instead of coupons. The earlier in the day you eat, the cheaper. The average price for a seafood buff...Read More

Benjamin's Calabash Seafood

Restaurant | "Benjamin's Calabash"

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The earlier you can go, the better. Long lines form after about 6:30pm. They have huge 170-item buffet: fried, broiled, and steamed shrimp, fried oysters and scallops, fried flounder, broiled tuna steaks, smoked salmon, baked salmon, deviled crab, crab cakes, broiled mahimahi, catfish, broiled scallops, crabmeat filo, and, of course, all-you-can-eat Alaskan snow-crab legs.

If you have a non-seafood lover in your group, not to worry! They have a huge selection of beef, chicken, barbecue, pastas, fresh vegetables, and much more! They also have a huge salad bar, fresh homemade soups, and a large in-house bakery that prepares fresh breads and fantastic desserts.

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on July 18, 2006

Benjamin's Calabash Seafood
2290 S Kings Hwy
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577
(843) 448-4823