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Dive Into National Seafood Month At Broadway At The Beach

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Attention Seafood Lovers!

October is National Seafood Month and Broadway at the Beach is one of the best places in Myrtle Beach to sample some of the ocean's culinary bounty.

Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville is known for great tropical drinks and songs that pay tribute to the Key West lifestyle playing in the background. But did you know that Margaritaville also serves seafood that will make your mouth sing? Any type of seafood — broiled, grilled or fried — is made to perfection here, as well as some very unique culinary creations. A big favorite is the crispy coconut-encrusted shrimp that comes out of the fryer hot and ready to be dipped in a tangy horseradish-orange marmalade sauce. And Mac 'n Cheese lovers go crazy for Jimmy's version of this all-American dish with its shrimp and white lump crabmeat married with pasta in a Boursin cream sauce.

Year after year, the Original Shucker's Raw Bar is voted Best Raw Bar on the entire Grand Strand. But the restaurant's commitment to serving great seafood doesn't stop there. A feast at Shucker's can begin with any of a variety of lip-smacking appetizers, including the popular fried seafood sampler brimming with calamari, grouper fingers, shrimp, scallops and oysters. Shucker's carefully prepares a wide variety of seafood from fried and steamed oysters, to sauteed scallops and shrimp, to the blackened fish of the day. One of the most scrumptious and inclusive feasts it offers is the "Steam Pot" which has one whole pound of crab legs and a bounty of oysters, clams, mussels and shrimp. Split it with a friend — it's big enough for two.

Landry's Seafood delivers the true flavor of the Gulf Coast and dishes out New Orleans influences with creole and cajun seasonings. This is where you'll find one of the South's most famous signature dishes like shrimp & grits made with creole sauce and cajun andouille sausage. Treat your tastebuds to Tilapia Hemingway with its parmesan encrusted goodness topped with lump blue crab meat and lemon butter. Or dive into plump, seared scallops with sweet corn fondue, crab orzo, garlic sautéed spinach, and succulent, blistered grape tomatoes.

Over at Key West Grill, they celebrate the beach lifestyle with careful preparation of fresh local seafood and recipes straight from the Florida Keys. On the restaurant's deck overlooking Lake Broadway, you can experience the restaurant's fresh catch of the day in one of eight special Key West ways. Imagine an evening dinner of pan-seared fish with tart mustard and lime butter, or paired with pineapple and plantain chutney, or prepared with mango, ginger and shaved coconut. Yum.

Joe's Crab Shack is the place to go when you want to strap on a bib and enjoy your favorite bucket of crab. Joe's has it all — King, Queen, Snow and Dungeness crab. The menu also features lots and lots of shrimp dishes, including the crowd-favorite Southern Stuffed Shrimp — jumbo grilled bacon-wrapped shrimp filled with seafood stuffing and served with crab dirty rice, hushpuppies, vegetables and buttery spiced TABASCO® Brand Pepper Sauce. Fish and lobster lovers will find no better treat than Joe's Redfish 'N Lobster with its seared redfish topped with creamy lobster sauce loaded with spinach, mushrooms and more lobster, accompanied by crab dirty rice. And, don't be surprised if you hear a few puns from your server while you're there. They dish those out just for the halibut.

Some of the best tastes of the sea are at Broadway. Celebrate National Seafood Month with us!

A Note About Sunday Hours

From October 1 through December 31, Broadway's shops will be closing slightly earlier. Our hours on Sundays will be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Our hours for Monday through Saturday remain the same, so we invite you to stop by anytime from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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Calling All Pizza Lovers: Discover Extreme Pizza Myrtle Beach

Do you consider yourself a pizza connoisseur? Are you always on the hunt for a great pizza — even the perfect pizza?

Do you get excited by the thought of a fresh-baked pie that tests your palate and takes your taste buds to a whole new level of pizza love?

Then Extreme Pizza is the place for you. And now you can find their first Myrtle Beach store in the heart of Broadway at the Beach.

Created by a founder who grew up eating pizza in New York (home of the slice!), this is one pizza shop that lives up to its name. At Extreme Pizza, they aim to push the pizza-eating experience to a new level. Their handcrafted pizza crust serves as an innovative foundation for extraordinary toppings. The result: pizzas so great they can only be described as gourmet.

There are signature pizzas like the Mont Blanc with its zesty Alfredo sauce, crispy bacon, green onions, and sliced tomatoes; and Hanoi Fever with shredded pork marinated in a spicy hoisin style sauce, and topped with mozzarella, peanuts, green onions, jalapeños, carrots and fresh cilantro. Vegan pizzas include Pandora's Box with spinach, artichoke hearts, sun-dried tomatoes, garlic, fresh basil, oregano and daiya vegan cheese. Or choose your own spices, veggies, meats, fruits and cheeses to top specialty sauces that range from tomato to hummus to black bean and salsa and more.

But pizza is only the half of it. Healthy eaters can choose from an array of salads, from the Ravin' Arugula to the extreme Spinach salad with artichoke hearts, candied walnuts and caramelized onions added to the usual mushrooms and tomatoes.

Bite into some ooey, gooey calzones or try a Monster Sub, choosing from healthy to hearty with options like The Fear Factor, with spiced ham, salami, provolone, roasted red peppers and caramelized onions, to The Cruz, with shredded pork, BBQ sauce, red onions, cilantro, and cheddar.

Add wings, fried mozzarella, sweet potato fries and finish it off with dessert. Extreme Pizza is made with the freshest ingredients. They even offer gluten-free selections.

Led by a founder who loves extreme sports almost as much as creating awesome pies, Extreme Pizza hasn't hesitated to charge into some of the most discriminating (make that pickiest) pizza-eating towns in America and set up shop.

And now they've brought their gourmet pizza here. On Celebrity Circle. At Broadway at the Beach.

At Extreme Pizza, you'll find food combinations originated by people who snowboarded before there were snowboards, sail from kites whenever an opportunity comes up, and always, always color outside the lines.

So gather up your friends and family and take your taste buds to new extremes.

Eat in. Take out. Have it delivered. Or take one home and bake it yourself. Because Extreme Pizza is not just making remarkable pizzas. They're creating adventures.

Are you ready to go Extreme?

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​In The Mood For Love: Valentine's Day Specials At Broadway

Thinking about how you'll spend Valentine's Day with that special someone this year?

If you're looking for something unique and memorable, why not book a reservation at Ripley's Aquarium Myrtle Beach. For the third year, the Aquarium will be hosting its annual “Splash of Love Dinner.” For $79.99 plus tax per couple, you and your sweetheart can get a four-course dinner, admission to the aquarium, one long stem rose, and one drink ticket. Upgrade to the Tunnel of Love for $89.99 plus tax per couple, and you'll get all that, plus a box of chocolates and be entertained by strolling musicians. This annual dinner is so popular that Ripley's Aquarium is holding it on two nights this year: February 13 and 14 (both nights from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.). Reservations are required. Call 843-916-0888, ext. 3272 for details.

With Valentine's Day landing on a weekend, Joe's Crab Shack has also decided to celebrate it over two days, February 13 and 14. On Saturday, they're serving a Lobster Daddy special for $34.99 — a great deal for a whole Maine lobster and snow crab, served with corn and potatoes. On Sunday, the Beantown Bake special will be just $45.99 and that actually includes two whole Maine lobsters, one pound of clams, six shrimp and smoked sausage, served with corn and potatoes. Yum!

Why not make it dinner and a show with Date Night at Legends In Concert (Friday, February 12 through Sunday, February 14)? Save 20% off regular ticket prices or go for that special VIP seating for just $80 plus tax per couple. On those nights, tribute artists will be performing as Barry White, The Blues Brothers™, Taylor Swift, George Strait and Elvis Presley. Call 843-238-7827 and ask for code PBV to learn more.

If Valentine's Day celebrations aren't your thing, you'll want to check out Hard Rock Cafe's A “Non-Valentine's Special” on Saturday, February 13, from 8 p.m. to midnight. You can meet old friends and new, mingle a bit, and rock out with DJ Jesse. There's no cover charge, but there will be food and drink specials, giveaways and a chance to win a two night Myrtle Beach staycation.

Plan to stay in and celebrate Valentine's Day? Broadway at the Beach is a great place to find romantic or casual gift items.

Sweets for your sweet can be found at The Fudgery, which has Fudge Truffle Decadence™ Cake & Truffles Are Forever™ Cupcakes specially made for a Valentine's celebration. A limited number are available in the store or you can order in advance by calling 843-626-7801.

Gift baskets and beautiful personalized etched glasses can be found specially priced at Crabby Jack's & Crabby Jill's General Stores. From “Kiss The Cook” gifts at the Paula Deen Store, to Brighton Totes and more at Gemini Boutique, to the PANDORA® Valentine's Day Gift Set at The Mole Hole, to the fashion jewelry at SC Jewelers, there's a lot to choose from. There's even a special offer on the Candy Heart Message 16 ounce tumbler at Tervis.

And, last but not least, what do you give someone who has everything? If your sweetheart loves summer, sunning and lazy rivers, check out the 2016 Myrtle Waves Water Park Season Pass.Through February 14, the pass goes for $42.99 — the lowest price available on MyrtleWaves.com. So why not also get one for yourself and keep that loving feeling going throughout the summer?

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Celebrate 50 Years Of The Big Game At Broadway

The Big Game is less than two weeks away. When the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos face off in Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara on February 7, do your plans include relaxing somewhere with hi-def TV, good food and cold drinks?

If you're not going to fly out to the San Francisco Bay area to see the game, why not watch the festivities with your pals at Chuck & Duck's Sports Grill? The fun begins way before the scheduled 6:30 p.m. kickoff. Much of the day will be filled with opportunities to watch pre-game shows, highlights of the 2015 season, analyses of teams and players, and speculation about whether the much-favored Panthers can pull off their first Big Game win.

For the best seats, make sure you're settled in at Chuck & Duck's at least an hour or two before kick-off. Then sit back and enjoy the 50-inch TVs, jumbo screen, and the company of excited fans pumped for the game. On that super Sunday, Chuck & Duck's will have special prices on wings, sliders, mozzarella sticks and loaded fries, while drafts of domestic beer will be $2 and bottles of domestic beer will be just $2.25. Call 843-232-7084 for more info.

Hard Rock Cafe is where many families will be heading to celebrate that Sunday. So gather up your kids and grab a table at the Rock n' Bowl, a kind of birthday bash for the Big Game that turns 50 this year. The game will be showing on all 12 hi-def TVs in the pyramid and also on a 10 x 14 jumbo screen.

There will be food and drink specials; free appetizers at half time; and a drawing for a door prize will be held after every quarter. Reservations are recommended if you want to get a “sideline” seat in front of the jumbo screen. Call 843-946-0007 for more info.

Other Broadway restaurants will also be open on that Sunday and many will be offering daily specials that can satisfy just about any craving you might have for seafood, a juicy steak or something exotic. And, you can bet that every one of them will be showing the Big Game on TV.

So, when you're ready for some football, head to Broadway at the Beach!

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Celebrate National Soup Month With Some Of Broadway's Best Soups

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When there's a chill in the air, there's nothing better than a hot bowl of soup. That's probably why America's first chilly month of each year is designated as National Soup Month.

At Broadway at the Beach, our restaurants have added their own unique twists to popular varieties of this piping hot food, and many even create and serve a different soup each day. Stop in and discover rich chowders, chunky soups, zesty gumbos, and thick beef and bean stews flavored with red chilies.

At Landry'sSeafood, your taste buds will be tingling with the exciting flavor of spicy gumbo filled with seafood and andouille sausage. Love bacon? Then you'll want to taste Landry's version of New England-style Clam Chowder, because it's laced with bacon. Order up a bowl of she-crab soup, and you'll be enthralled by Landry's classic recipe with its subtle flavors.

Head over to Joe's Crab Shack if you're a fan of the traditional approach to rich and creamy New England Clam Chowder. This big bowl of hearty will stick to your ribs.

The queen of all seafood cuisine, she-crab soup, can also be found at Key West Grill, where they also have an awesome Cuban-inspired black bean soup with sour cream and corn tortillas on the menu. But this restaurant is best known for its signature spiced Key West Conch Chowder. Don't miss it!

For many of us, chili is the comfort food we like the best when the weather turns cold. Chili lovers can get their fix at Johnny Rocketswhere the all-meat chili is as big a hit as the rock 'n roll tunes playing on the jukebox. Or head over to Liberty Brewery & Grillwhere big bowls of this Southwestern-inspired stew are served with cheddar and Monterey Jack cheeses.

From hot and spicy to traditional favorites, you can enjoy them all at Broadway at the Beach.

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