60 of the best bites in Myrtle Beach with ‘60 More Days of Summer’

60 of the best bites in Myrtle Beach with ‘60 More Days of Summer’

MYRTLE BEACH — Visit Myrtle Beach’s annual ‘60 More Days of Summer’ promotion has a culinary flair this time around, featuring flavours from award-winning chefs and restaurants in the Myrtle Beach area.

“The last few years we’ve seen sort of a culinary renaissance across the Myrtle Beach area with award-winning chefs and amazing restaurants catering to every discerning palate,” said Scott Schult, Executive Vice President of Marketing for Visit Myrtle Beach. “As we share all the reasons to visit during the fall season – the weather, the warm waters, the affordability, and of course, the beaches – we wanted to add one more reason to the list: the impressive and perhaps surprisingly diverse culinary scene.”

Featured bites run the gamut from mango gazpacho at Chive Blossom and bourbon BBQ cobia at Wahoo’s Fish House, to liquid nitrogen tuna at The Chemist and Low Country egg rolls at the Pier House at 2nd Avenue Pier.

A list of all 60 Bites is at visitmyrtlebeach.com/restaurants/60-more-days-of-summer/.

Foodie visitors can also engage in several culinary experiences in Myrtle Beach, including kayak fishing with Blackriver Outdoors Center followed by a fall-exclusive option to cook the fresh catch at Marshview Marina in Murrells Inlet, grits making at L.W. Paul Living History Center, crabbing off the Myrtle Beach State Park pier and a rice cultivation boat tour at Brookgreen Gardens.

Clients can also book stay-and-dine packages during the months of September and October at the Marina Inn at Grande Dunes. The AAA four-diamond resort is offering a two-night stay with breakfast each morning and a three-course dinner at Waterscapes Restaurant each night for $478 per couple.

Also part of the ‘60 More Days of Summer’ campaign, any person born in the year 1956 can enjoy attractions and restaurants at prices reflecting the year of their birth. The ‘Get Carded’ promotion requires a valid ID and is good during September and October at participating venues across the Myrtle Beach area.

For more information go to VisitMyrtleBeach.com.

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