What’s New at Barefoot Landing
There’s always something new at Barefoot Landing. This popular open-air district features tons of shopping and dining, and has new eateries and stores popping up each year. Barefoot Landing features boardwalk-style walkways in a premier North Myrtle Beach location. The gorgeous waterways provide a scenic backdrop for outdoor stages and patios, including Tortuga Island, a bar overlooking the water.
Whether you’re traveling to Myrtle Beach with family, friends, or as a couple, it’s easy to spend an entire day exploring all Barefoot Landing has to offer. You’ll find new places to eat, lots of sweets to enjoy, plus craft brews and popular beachy concoctions to make any shopping break a blast. Annual events, holiday celebrations, and pop-up performances add even more fun to the experience.
This ever-changing district always has something to offer. Check out the newest restaurants and stores in Barefoot Landing:
New Stores at Barefoot Landing
Havens Marketplace is a new home décor store with furniture and accessories, plus gift-worthy offerings, including handbags, candles, and bath and body items. The shop is located next to Chico’s in the popular Harborwalk Village area.
Mulligan Golf Gift Store
This new store at Barefoot Landing is stocked with golf items for gifts and decorations. You’ll find something for every golfing fanatic, from home and office décor, to books, drinkware, golf balls, tees, towels, and more. Mulligan Golf Gift Store is located next to Bully’s Pub & Grill.
Sea Bags is a new store at Barefoot Landing offering something totally different—nautically inspired bags for the beach, travel, or anywhere, made from upcycled snails. This shop is between Cariloha and Wee R. Sweetz! in the Harborwalk Village.
Shining Sol Candle Co.
Shining Sol Candle Co. at Barefoot Landing offers soy candles in 100 scents, wax warmers, and a Make-Your-Own candle experience for all ages. Discover gifts and souvenirs in this new shop that features the best all-natural wooden wick soy candles. Find Shining Sol Candle Co. near the Dockside Village parking area, next to Colette’s Popcorn.
Spice & Tea Exchange
Next to the new Sea Bags is Spice & Tea Exchange. This new store carries a huge variety of fine spices, seasonings, loose-leaf teas, salts, sugars, and more. You’ll find a gift here for anyone—grill masters, foodies, mixologists, or yourself!
New Restaurants at Barefoot Landing
Crooked Hammock Brewery
Barefoot Landing recently welcomed Crooked Hammock Brewery, an all-ages backyard escape experience featuring a working brewery, restaurant, and Tortuga Island, a bar over the water. This new brewery and restaurant offers a selection of craft brews and classic made-from-scratch, backyard cookout-style menu items. Enjoy many outdoor areas featuring cornhole, bocce ball, hammocks, and fire pits, or grab a seat and enjoy the view from the Tortuga Island bar. Live music and annual events make this a happening place to be.
Landshark Bar & Grill
Barefoot Landing is home to the newest location of the Landshark Bar & Grill. This lakeside restaurant is located near the southernmost entrance and features indoor and outdoor seating to accommodate nearly 400 guests. The outdoor stage hosting live music, and a waterfront bar and patio overlooking Barefoot Lake, lend this restaurant its island atmosphere. The menu includes street tacos, salads, seafood, handmade burgers, signature cocktails, LandShark beers, and an impressive lineup of frozen concoctions.
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s at Barefoot Landing?
Barefoot Landing hosts tons of events for the North Myrtle Beach area, including the SummerFest entertainment series, Pub & Grub Crawl, Mardi Paws, Lighting of the Landing, BooFest, SeptemberFest, and more. These yearly celebrations along with performances and events at the restaurants and bars in the area make the Barefoot Landing area a lively experience anytime you visit.
What does Barefoot Landing have?
Barefoot Landing has some of the newest restaurants and stores North Myrtle Beach has to offer. This entertainment district features an eclectic array of things to do, places to eat, and shops to browse, plus outdoor stages, yard games, a kids’ play area, and the much-loved Alligator Adventure attraction.
Is Barefoot Landing free?
Yes, visiting Barefoot Landing is free. Visitors often find complimentary concert performances, yard games, and entertainment, especially in the summer. Some attractions, and all store purchases and dining are each visitor’s responsibility, but browsing the boardwalk and window shopping are free and very entertaining.