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Myrtle Beach


South Carolina

Pawleys Island Hammock Shops

Inlet Square Mall

Located south of Myrtle Beach on Highway 17 in Murrells Inlet, known as the seafood capital of South Carolina, this shopping mall features more than 55 boutiques and shops. Amenities currently include a soft tumbling and play area for children and the Inlet Square Cinemas’ 12-screen theater shows children’s movies on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. Inlet Square Mall will be undergoing a major renovation throughout 2007. The interior renovation will include new floor and ceiling treatments, enhancements to the Center Court and new seating areas through the concourses. Plans for additional redevelopment and expansion include demolition of the current food court, the creation of a new outdoor courtyard between Books-A-Million and Regal Cinemas, and the addition of two new anchor stores, as well as added small shop space. The expansion will ultimately increase the size of Inlet Square from its current 433,345 square feet up to 550,000 square feet.

Tanger Outlet Center (North)

Head to Highway 17 and the Grand Strand’s newest outlet plaza for more than 100 brand-name manufacturer and designer outlet stores including Coach, Fossil, Kenneth Cole, Liz Claiborne, Nine West, Polo Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Ann Taylor, Reebok, Samsonite and many more. Plus, the center is brimming with tempting restaurants and specialty shops for housewares, perfume, books and gifts.

Tanger Outlet Center (West)

This sister shopping haven to Tanger North sits on Highway 501 in Myrtle Beach and features J. Crew, Izod, Cole Haan, Rockport and Revere factory stores, among almost 100 other shops of every nature. The newly expanded center includes numerous dining options such as Outback Steakhouse and Ruby Tuesday.

Pawleys Island Hammock Shops

Travel along the coast just 20 miles south of Myrtle Beach to Carolina Lowcountry and discover a shopping experience like no other—more than 20 specialty shops and restaurants amid a pastoral village setting of Lowcountry cottages, graceful oak tress, fragrant azaleas and comfy hammocks for visitors to enjoy. Founded in 1938, Pawleys Island Hammock Shops Village is the birthplace of the rope hammock and a beloved local landmark that prides itself on its unique shops, galleries and cafés including The Hammock Shop General Store, the Dog & Cone and The Fish Camp Bar.

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