102 THINGS TO DO IN MYRTLE BEACH

82. Barbecue Joints

Wars have been started over less controversial subjects than which region of the U.S. has the best BBQ. In fact, in some places, people think BBQ is something you do, rather than something you eat.

If someone invites you over for a “barbeque,” which to them means burgers and hot dogs, you’re in the wrong place. Here in the South, the one thing all the experts agree on is cooking time, which means low and slow for hours upon hours. In some regions of the South, you’ll find preferences for mustard based sauce vs. tomato-based or vinegar-based. Some prefer a dry-rub method while others baste with sloppy, tangy sauce throughout the cooking process. Whatever your

In some regions of the South, you’ll find preferences for mustard based sauce vs. tomato-based or vinegar-based. Some prefer a dry-rub method while others baste with sloppy, tangy sauce throughout the cooking process. Whatever your preference, you can enjoy great slow-cooked pork and chicken BBQ all along the Grand Strand. Served on a bun with coleslaw, or on a plate with two sides, BBQ, along with a gallon of sweet tea, is all you need to eat Carolina style.

Whatever your preference, you can enjoy great slow-cooked pork and chicken BBQ all along the Grand Strand. Served on a bun with coleslaw, or on a plate with two sides, BBQ, along with a gallon of sweet tea, is all you need to eat Carolina style.