One of the most difficult decisions during your beach getaway may include determining the best place to eat. With literally thousands of dining options along the Grand Strand, choosing a restaurant in Myrtle Beach is a monumental task! Thankfully, the 36th Annual Taste of the Town
returns to the city this November, and if your vacation rental experience coincides with this experience, you'll definitely want to check it out!
Myrtle Beach's most delicious night of the year returns this Fall on November 5th
, so get your appetite ready and head over to the Myrtle Beach Convention Center
from 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm
for this one night only event!
Admission to this year's soiree is just $5 when purchased in advanced
or $6 at the door and anyone ages 14 and under are granted free admission. Once inside, you'll be amazed by the seemingly endless assortment of local restaurants and vendors scattered throughout the convention area. This yearly gathering of the area's best local chefs and restauranteurs features delicious selections, served up tapas style and priced at 1-5 tickets per item. Food tickets can be purchased inside for $1 per ticket. With more than 50 restaurants participating each year, the Taste of the Town
is the perfect place to discover the best that Myrtle Beach has to offer when it comes to culinary experiences!
2018 participants included Mr. Fish, which earned the Best Entree Award for its Bahn Mi Mahi Tacos, Sea Captain's House, which took home the top prize for Best Dessert which was the Chocolate Sponge Cake, and Carolina Ale House, which won Best Booth Design. Other participants included Café Amalfi, The Melting Pot, Carolina Ale House, Strong Waters Craft Cocktails & Kitchen, and many more!
If your next beach escape falls around November 5th
, be sure to stop by the Myrtle Beach Convention Center
to get a sampling of multiple local hotspots. Why dine at one restaurant, when you can try them all? Everyone in your group is sure to find something that will send their taste buds into a frenzy, as you browse the dozens of booths on display.