Celebrate Valentine’s Day 2019 in Myrtle Beach
What’s more romantic than a day at the beach with the one you love? Whether you’re into long walks on the beach or relaxing spa experiences, Myrtle Beach has plenty of fun and unique things to do this Valentine’s Day.
Valentine's Day Dining Options
Here are a few we recommend for your Valentine:
- 21 Main Prime Steakhouse and Sushi Bar located in North Myrtle Beach offers 28-Day Dry-Aged Meats and delicious seafood options. This upscale eatery is sure to set the tone for a romantic night with your partner.
- With several Grand Strand locations, Bonefish Grill offers a casual and consistent dining experience with nightly specials and a focus on fresh seafood. Check out the Big City Bar to kick off your night with a delicious cocktail!
- A longtime locals favorite, Croissants Bistro & Bakery recently opened a second location on the Grand Strand. Start your romantic day off with a gourmet breakfast or lunch in a cozy, casual atmosphere. Choose from a variety of elegant breakfast dishes, salads or sandwiches and finish your meal with a decadent house-made dessert.
- With 50-year history of excellence in dining, the Sea Captain’s House is a top choice among locals and visitors alike. Situated with a gorgeous ocean view in the heart of Myrtle Beach, Sea Captain’s House serves up a variety of seafood, salads and steaks for dinner as well as a unique daily special for lunch.
Unique places for Valentine's Day fun in Myrtle Beach
A romantic meal is a must for most Valentine’s Day celebrations, but if you really want to impress your Love this year, try experiencing an adventure together. Scientists believe that an experience brings more long-term happiness than a gift, so before you make that stop at the jewelry store, check out these great excursions perfect for couples in Myrtle Beach.
Go clubbing. Amp up the adrenaline and the fun with a night out at Broadway at the Beach. Hit up the brand-new nightlife hotspot, The Avenue, for a night of drinking, gaming and dancing. Highlights include Dave & Buster’s sports bar and game zone, Malibu’s Surf Bar nightclub, Crocodile Rocks piano bar and the remodeled Hard Rock Cafe.
Plan a road trip. Myrtle Beach is great, but we’re also conveniently located near one of the coolest cities in America. Charleston, S.C., offers a unique historical view of the coastal South along with tons of great restaurants and shopping opportunities. Charleston Adventures tour company offers several day-trip itineraries, making for a stress-free adventure to enjoy with your significant other.
Take a stroll. Brookgreen Gardens is a hidden gem just to the South of Myrtle Beach that offers an oasis from the hustle of city living. The cultural center includes an extensive sculpture garden along with seasonal art exhibits; a lush, ever-changing garden featuring local flora and fauna; and the area’s only accredited zoo. A National Historic Landmark, Brookgreen Gardens makes an impression on visitors with its unique perspective on Southern history and its preserved natural beauty.
Sip some wine. If you’re looking for a fun and relaxing way to unwind with your partner at the beach, check out the Duplin Winery at Barefoot Landing. The winery offers tours and wine tastings of their signature Muscadine wine made in North Carolina. Duplin Winery boasts a non-stuffy and fun environment with a friendly staff sure to make your Valentine’s Day one to remember.
Get your game on. Looking for a low-key Valentine’s Day full of fun? Check out 710 North Myrtle Beach, the area’s best bowling alley and game center. Pro tip: Don’t feel like you have to eat elsewhere before you come. The food at 710 is surprisingly good — not at all your typical bowling alley snack bar fare.