Built beside Louis Lake, Barefoot Landing is a large shopping center located just a few miles from the Caravelle in North Myrtle Beach. What sets Barefoot apart from some of the other shopping centers in Myrtle Beach is its vast array of dining options that are sure to please any picky eater. From Greg Norman’s Australian Grille to Joe’s Crab Shack, Barefoot Landing has just about every type of food available in their 64-acre complex. As far as entertainment, goes, the shopping center is not lacking here either. The Alabama Theatre is the main draw but during the summer months, Alligator Adventure is one of the most popular attractions in the area with Utan, the 2000 pound crocodile wowing audiences daily. With over 50 shops to choose from as well, there’s more than enough entertainment on property to keep a family entertained for an entire afternoon.
Broadway at the Beach is home to over 100 shops, 20 restaurants, and numerous entertainment options such as Legends In Concert, The Palace Theatre, and MagiQuest. Visited by over 14 million people annually, the complex itself has been voted as the state’s best travel destination by the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism. However, the two most iconic buildings on property are Margaritaville, Jimmy Buffet’s well-known restaurant, Hard Rock Café, shaped like a giant pyramid, WonderWorks, the upside-down building, and Ripley’s Aquarium featuring the underwater tunnel that takes you underneath the rainbow rock shark tank giving you an up-close and personal view of the sharks.
Centrally located between the two outlets, Caravelle guests will have their pick for which Tanger Outlet to shop at. Each location is home to over 100 stores giving guests a diverse shopping experience. The outlet off 501 is home to shops such as NIKE, Coach Factory, J. Crew, Nine West, Polo Ralph Lauren, Banana Republic, Izod, Reebok, Under Armour, Toy’s “R” Us, and more! The outlet off King’s Highway features American Eagle, Fossil, Adidas, Puma, Michael Kors, Calvin Kein, Jockey, Oakley, Old Navy, Tommy Hilfigger, Disney, and many more. If shopping is on your Myrtle Beach to-do list then you don’t want to miss out on hitting both of these locations!
Designed to promote a first class shopping experience, Market Common is a great place to spend an afternoon. Start your shopping experience off by hitting several of the local shops. Then head to one of the area’s fantastic restaurants like Nacho Hippo, Gordon Biersch Brewery, or P.F. Chang’s China Bistro. For some after dinner entertainment, head to the Grand 14 Cinema to catch a movie or stroll over to the Stage Left Theatre Company to catch a live show. If you’re looking for something sweet then check out Cold Stone Creamery for some tasty treats or Orange Leaf Yogurt. Home to over 54 different shops and restaurants, Market Common is a fresh modern twist on a classic shopping experience.