Food is always fabulous and tastes homemade. The banquet room is fun and festive with the 4 walls of mural. Other nooks and niches also feature artwork by Eades. Patio dining in good weather and it's always lit with white lights. A nice cozy bar greets you at the front door and the family is just so friendly. My favorite dish is Veal Parmegian - GREAT!
Ashworth's is family owned and operated and has been a favorite lunch time spot for 35 + years. Small but well stocked with pharmacy, first aid, trendy and seasonal items. 30 years ago, I used to bicycle my daughter to pre-school at the Church next door. When I picked her up at noon, we would have grilled cheese and cherry cokes for lunch at Ashworth's. Still a neat place after all those years.
Brothers Cleaners has many convenient locations but what I like best is the pick up service and great alterations lady at the Atlantic Avenue location. She has never made a mistake on any of my alterations. Prices are competitive but quality is top notch !! Counter people are very pleasant and helpful.
It draws the golfing crowd and tends to be dark and male clubby. But it's tastefully decorated and promises a good dining experience.
I only order steak and beef entrees here as I think they do these best. None of us has ever been disappointed here and the guys really like the bartender.
Of all the hundreds, maybe thousands of restaurants in Myrtle Beach, Cagneys is by far my favorite.
Yes, it's named for James Cagney with his movie posters and memorabilia displayed. The building is fitted out with architectural doorways, stained glass, carved wood bar from the historic Ocean Forest Hotel when it was demolished.
Cagney's has live dance music on weekends...beach music, big band...wonderful !!
The food is unexcelled here but my constant favorte is the Steak Cagney...a filet mignon wrapped in bacon, topped with asparagus, crabmeat and hollandaise. DELICIOUS !
Prices are high as a lot of MB places are, but Cagneys gives you your money's worth in superb food and unique atmosphere.
My two favorites are the Fried Balony and Reuben sandwiches. The balony is thick and fresh cut.
Also, their chips with malt vinegar are a great side.
There are video games at the bar and TVs in each corner.
The most whacky thing is their collection of autographed one dollar bills that they staple all over the walls and ceilings. Once they staple your dollar bill up, it never comes down.
Porch dining is comfortable most months of the year.
I love the decor...it's more like toney South Beach...no kitchy pink flamingo stuff. The fresh fish entrees are excellent and the prices are high moderate.
It's conveniently located on Business 17. The flagship resturant is the original, 30 year old CAGNEY'S on north restaurant row so you can count on the quality being excellent.
My favorite daytime restaurant. The prices are affordable and the portions are more than generous. The pancakes are plate size and fluffy.
My favorite are the homemade biscuits and skillet gravey but they stop serving breakfast items at 11:00.
It is very popular especially during the Highland Games. The ticket office and Scottish gift shop is right next door.
This is a free standing building alongside I-95 on a feeder road. It's worth getting off the interstate to shop. It's a recent construction, clean, pleasant 2-story shop with lovely, helpful sales ladies.
A good variety of vendor booths and prices are reasonable.
I've found a number of unusual Asian imports and antiques I've not seen anywhere else.
I've had many people in my neighborhood recommend Volunteer and I've used their installer, Skip on a small job and was very pleased with his promptness, courtesy and neatness.
Volunteer does not work in the High Country during winter bad weather.