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We’re Getting Ready For You

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Spring is a time of renewal and several of our existing shops are renovating or remodeling for the 2014 season.

Next time you visit Broadway at the Beach, check out the changes at Retro Active, Amici's Bistro, Magnet Madness, A Silver Shack, both Ben & Jerry's locations, Johnny Rockets, Liberty Steakhouse, Auntie Anne's, Fric N' Frac, Myrtle Beach Harley Davidson, Original Shucker's Raw Bar, Klig's Kites, Blondie's and Yamato Steakhouse Japan.

We're sprucing up this spring!

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Join The March Madness At Broadway At The Beach

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March Madness gets underway tonight and it's more exciting than ever before. There's that unprecedented chance to win $1 billion by picking the perfect bracket for the NCAA men's tournament.

And then there's the excitement surrounding our hometown team, Coastal Carolina University, as it joins the big dance for the first time since 1993.

There's no better place to watch all the madness of March basketball than on one of the many TVs at restaurants and bars throughout Broadway at the Beach. We've got places for every mood – from the excitement of sports bars like Broadway Louie's and Chuck & Duck's , to the laid-back atmosphere of tropical eateries like Margaritaville and Key West Grill, to awesome restaurants with great steaks, ribs and BBQ like Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery and Good Time Charley's.

Join us for March Madness!

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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day With Us!

Posted in Shopping, Special Events, Attractions, Dining

Ready to bid farewell to winter, 2014? Lake Broadway's ducks are already enjoying our warm weather. So why not start your celebration of spring with some St. Patrick's Day fun at Broadway at the Beach?

Get the St. Patrick's Day weekend started on Saturday, March 15 at Tilted Kilt where you can enjoy live bands and bagpipers throughout the day. Sunday, the whole family can participate in the St. Patty's Day 5K or family fun run around Broadway on the Beach. Then enjoy an Irish-themed breakfast buffet at Tilted Kilt and music all day long. You may even see a leprechaun or two.

Throughout the weekend, Wet Willies will have drink specials, and on Monday, there will be all-day specials at Margaritaville, Tilted Kilt and Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery where the Tru Sol band will be live from 6 to 9 p.m.

And, as the Irish blessing goes:

For each petal on the shamrock,
This brings a wish your way :
Good health, good luck, and happiness
For today and every day.

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Broadway At The Beach Tops Off The Summer Season Labor Day Weekend

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Broadway at the Beach celebrates Labor Day with two full days of fun, Friday, August 30th and Saturday, August 31st. Enjoy several FREE, family-friendly events and activities including the finale of Coca-Cola Summer Nights and a fireworks extravaganza on Saturday night at 10pm.

Make plans now to spend your Labor Day Weekend with us at Broadway at the Beach.

The tentative schedule of events for Labor Day Weekend includes:

Friday, August 30th

Beach Brass Quintet (BBQ) Strolling Band, 6pm to 8pm

Living Statues Strolling Entertainment, 7pm to 9pm

Mr. Nigel's Music – Coca-Cola Stage in Heroes Harbor, 7pm to 9pm

Austin Mowery Band – Celebrity Square Stage, 7:30pm

Live Music by Mike McCoy – Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville, 8pm

Live Music by Black Glass – Hard Rock Cafe, 9pm

Legends In Concert's Michael Jackson "Give Back" Birthday Celebration (includes special appearance & brief performance by Michael Jackson Tribute Artist) – Celebrity Square Stage – 10:45pm

Saturday, August 31st

Southern Company Dance Performance – Capriz & Carousel Park Area, 5pm

Beach Brass Quintet (BBQ) Strolling Band, 6pm to 8pm

Live Music by Chyann Rose – Coca-Cola Stage in Heroes Harbor, 7pm

Live Music by McCoy Trio – Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville, 8pm

Live Music by Black Glass – Hard Rock Cafe, 9pm

UFC 164 Live Pay Per View Event – Original Shucker's Raw Bar, 10pm

Fireworks Extravaganza – Sponsored By Helicopter Adventures, 10pm

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Summertime = Swimsuit Season

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Oh No It's Swimwear Season!

Its summer and everyone wants to hit the beach or the pool, but for many of us choosing the right swimwear can be a daunting task, do you go with the two-piece or the one piece, do you actually plan to go swimming or just splash around, what is going to be comfortable, and so on. Not every swimsuit is going to flatter everyone, but with so many styles to choose from the right suit is out there and waiting for you! Of course, it's all in what you are comfortable with and to help get you started here are a few suggestions:

For the fuller figure, look for swimwear that highlights your curves. Halters, cup styles and those styles that bring in the waist are always a good place to start.

The use of ruffles to the top half, creating more volume is a great trick for pear shapes with a small bust. In addition, cupped styles and padding will assist in creating the look of curves.

Ruffles added to the bottom are good for top heavy figures, doing so gives balance to the hips with your bust. You will however want to avoid any swimwear that doesn't offer support, and stay with more structured styles and halters.

Looking to lengthen your body? If you are into the two-piece style try pairing a printed top with a colored bottom. This will bring attention upwards. Another idea suitable for both two-piece and one piece styles is swimwear with high cut thighs.

Want to show off your toned physique? Backless styles and crochet are for you and will definitely make the right statement.

The main thing to remember is to not be intimated when shopping for swimwear, we all have something we are dealing with and no one has the perfect body! And if you are unsure where to go, Broadway at the Beach has several retail shops ready to help you in finding your perfect swimsuit match; tooQt, Ron Jon Surf Shop, Tsunami Surf Shop and Tango Bay Clothing, just to name a few.

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