Barefoot Landing is a huge shopping, dining and entertainment complex located in North Myrtle Beach. The area is filled with things to do and is home to a pair of the top entertainment venues in Myrtle Beach. There’s the House of Blues, a large live music hall and restaurant and The Alabama Theatre, home to some of the beach’s best variety shows and concerts. During the summer months, Barefoot Landing hosts SummerFest a celebration of the season with weekly fireworks shows as well as outdoor performers, family entertainment and much more.
Barefoot Landing is home to a variety of specialty stores and gift shops. Big-name retailers like Francesca’s and Sunglass Hut share space, and smaller stores like Spice and Tea Exchange and Christmas Mouse. No matter what you’re shopping for, you’re sure to find it at Barefoot Landing.
House of Blues
The House of Blues at Barefoot Landing is a unique venue, featuring live music from national acts on the main stage and house and local bands in the dining area. The tastes of New Orleans inspire the menu at the restaurant. It features Southern American classics like Jambalaya, Shrimp & Grits, and Buttermilk Fried Chicken, along with salads, sandwiches, and burgers. Each Sunday, the House of Blues hosts a gospel brunch, which features an unbelievable brunch buffet set to the sounds of the soulful gospel bands.More Info
One of the Grand Strand’s favorite entertainment attractions, Alabama Theatre offers area visitors an evening of singing, dancing, and comedy. Opened by country superstar group Alabama over 20 years ago, Alabama Theatre is a popular attraction bringing visitors from all over to experience the musical variety show.More Info Visit Website
After a long day of shopping, fill your belly at any one of the great restaurants in the complex. Dining options are plentiful. If seafood is your jam, check out the Flying Fish Market, which serves up seafood with a Lowcountry flair as well as sushi, burgers and more. Bully’s Pub is a great spot for a cold beer, especially if you’re out on a game day. Bully’s features a variety of sandwiches, burgers and pub specialties as well as TVs and bar games. Read more about the restaurants at Barefoot Landing.
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