One of the best things about the Grand Strand is its spectacular collection of shopping, dining, and live entertainment. Barefoot Landing is an expansive retail and entertainment village located along the Intracoastal Waterway surrounding a man-made lake in the popular North Myrtle Beach. It features popular shopping, delicious restaurants, and exciting entertainment for all ages. Check out some of our favorite things to do at Barefoot Landing you don’t want to miss:
Monkee’s is an upscale women’s boutique featuring high-end shoes, clothing, and accessories. Featuring designer brands like Anchor Beads, Anna Cate, Crosby, and others, this boutique combines fun personalized shopping with luxury brands for an amazing shopping experience in Myrtle Beach.
Outdoor lovers look no further! M.R. Ducks carries casual outdoor apparel and accessories from your favorite brands like Ducks Unlimited, Southern Marsh Collection, Yeti, and Big Fish Classic. This store is known for their comfortable apparel printed with editions of ducks in flight and new designs that celebrate the great outdoors.
Find a beautiful pearl without getting in the ocean! At Pick a Pearl, you’ll choose your own oyster and retrieve the pearl from inside. The Pick a Pearl expert will help you create your own unique piece of jewelry with your hand picked pearl, leaving you with an awesome souvenir to remember your Myrtle Beach vacation by.
The Mole Hole is a unique gift shop at Barefoot Landing. With fine gifts, collectibles, jewelry, and other accessories, plus the largest selection of Pandora Beads and jewelry in South Carolina, The Mole Hole is a can’t miss destination at Barefoot Landing. This shop also features Swarovski crystal collections, Rhythm clocks, Webkinz, and more.
Experience a sense of excitement as you take in the sights, smells and tastes of all your favorite treats. Indulge in everything from chocolate to gummy bears and candy-inspired souvenirs at It’Sugar! Kids will delight in this super sweet candy-land adventure.
LuLu’s is the ultimate coastal family experience, a dining destination complete with live music and fun. Enjoy old-fashioned southern hospitality with fresh gumbo and seafood, live entertainment, and stunning waterfront views. LuLu’s menu features a wide selection of dishes, including diet-sensitive options. Don’t forget dessert!
Check out a full list of the area’s top waterfront dining here.
Greg Norman’s is the only Australian heritage restaurant in North Myrtle Beach. Known for bringing all of the flavors of the outback straight to your plate, this Barefoot Landing restaurant serves a decadent menu of wood-grilled steaks and fresh seafood. They have won the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for over a decade, and offer gorgeous views of the water to complement their delicious dishes.
This restaurant is newly opened and already a crowd favorite. Taco Mundo features an assortment of Mexican dishes including tacos and fajitas, rice bowls, and other tasty options. The bar offers an impressive selection of creative cocktails, signature margaritas, and a delightful array of mezcals and tequilas.
Crooked Hammock Brewery offers a great environment for those who love to enjoy a meal and drinks with friends in a laid back, comfortable atmosphere. The brewery’s signature brews are made from scratch and their food is sure to “get the party started” with shareable options like Old Bay crab dip, street corn fries, and Hammock Sliders to begin and sandwiches, wings, burgers, and more for mains.
If you’re a foodie, you’re in luck! We also created a list of the best burgers in Myrtle Beach.
This popular family-friendly (sort of) restaurant is serving up loads of ribs, chicken, shrimp and shame. They’ve also got a substantial beer list, no dress code and plenty of sarcasm to go around. Be sure to skip a visit to Dick’s Last Resort if you’re easily offended.
Flying Fish Public Market & Grill features local seafood, Lowcountry favorites and a raw bar with a variety of shellfish and sushi. This part-restaurant, part-seafood market was inspired by the Pearlz Oyster Bar concept and Seattle’s Pike’s Place Public Market. Dine-in with a view of the Intracoastal Waterway or grab your food to go.
A fan-favorite Pittsburgh Italian trattoria, Umberto’s is the perfect place for someone looking for upscale food in a casual setting. Open for dinner daily from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m., you’ll find traditional Italian dishes as well as an abundance of steaks, chops and seafood on their menu.
The perfect adventure for the whole family in Myrtle Beach, LuLu’s Beach Arcade offers arcade games and an adrenaline-filled ropes course! With more than 20 different obstacles to traverse, LuLu’s Beach Arcade is one of the most exciting things to do in Barefoot Landing.
Located across from Barefoot Landing, Alligator Adventure is one of the largest reptile facilities in the world and a can’t-miss attraction in North Myrtle Beach. Come face-to-face with nature’s fiercest and most beautiful creatures, enjoy educational shows and events, reptile themed activities, and more.
One of the top entertainment destinations in Myrtle Beach, the Alabama Theatre has been the highlight of countless family vacations for decades. Iconic delivers the best live music, dance, and comedy February through October, and The South’s Grandest Christmas Show runs in November and December.
House of Blues is a world-renowned entertainment venue at Barefoot Landing in Myrtle Beach, hosting talented musicians and performing artists from all genres for live performances that bring locals and visitors alike to this eclectic venue. In addition to epic concerts, House of Blues also hosts Sunday Gospel Brunch weekly and a Murder Mystery Dinner Theater.
Duplin Winery is a local favorite and vacation essential at Barefoot Landing. Enjoy America’s favorite Muscadine wines in a flight, by the glass, or by the bottle at this laid-back winery near Myrtle Beach. Sample at least 10 preselected Duplin wines while an expert associate fills you in on the flavors and history of each wine!