We map out where to shop and eat that’s all within walking distance of Papillon
When it comes to real estate, the right location for your home is everything under the sun. Which is why we can’t say enough about Papillon’s prime location on the north end of Myrtle Beach that’s a short walk (or golf cart ride) to the beach from your front porch.
This new home address is also less than half a mile away from oodles of some of the area’s best restaurants, shops and entertainment. We’ve mapped out all the routes here for you, so you’ll know where to go once you move.
Eats on the Beat
You won’t have to walk far (only a few blocks) for your dinner – and you can even safely walk home after a few adult beverages. Here are a few musts to dig into:
Collector’s Café & Gallery, 7740 N. Kings Highway:
This combo metro Mediterranean restaurant-coffeehouse-art gallery is a collected exhibit of how to serve up an ultra-cool atmosphere and seriously good food. Open for lunch and dinner.
Fire & Smoke, 411 79th Ave. North:
The award-winning gastropub knows how to own the casual-upscale dining experience with a menu of small plates that puts a twist on burgers, steaks and seafood. You’ll also want to drink in their list of hand-crafted cocktails. Open for dinner only.
Lombardo’s Italian, 7604 N. Kings Highway:
This is classic Italian in seafood, steak and pasta options served in an elegant, romantic ambiance. You’ll forget you’re at the beach in these surroundings! Open for dinner only.
Liberty Tap Room, 7651 N. Kings Highway (Northwood Plaza):
Popular with the locals, Liberty specializes in casual grub (definitely order the steaks or burgers), their very own brews, and a cool indoor/outdoor hangout for happy hour and late-night. Open for lunch and dinner.
Bay Naturals, 7611 N. Kings Highway (Northwood Plaza):
Tucked inside a health food market, Bay Naturals offers a café that serves a tasty vegetarian menu of fresh sandwiches, soups, salads and smoothies. Open for lunch and dinner.
Clean Eatz, 7727 N. Kings Highway (Northwood Plaza):
Also a healthy option, this café offers homemade snacks, salads, wraps and more, plus works with you to create a healthy lifestyle meal plan – long-term.
The Fresh Market, 7747 N. Kings Highway (Northwood Plaza):
You’ll love this neighborhood store that makes shopping for groceries enjoyable. Their inventory is upscale and organic, with a deli counter that prepares fresh-made lunch and dinner entrees.
Stein Mart, 7621 N. Kings Highway (Northwood Plaza):
Ladies and gentlemen, this retail chain will have you looking fashion-forward from head to toe – and there are always great sales and discounts in the store.
Knotting Hill Fabrics, Gifts & Interiors, 7751 N. Kings Highway (Northwood Plaza):
Owned by Kimberly Grigg, a notable area interior designer, this chic boutique features all things stunning for the home, plus jewelry, apparel and more.
John has lived in Myrtle Beach since 1991, and has developed extensive knowledge of Myrtle Beach and its surrounding areas. John works tirelessly to accomplish his client’s goals. He handles every aspect of the real estate process, from educating his clients on current market conditions to negotiating contracts, all with their best interests in mind. John’s clients find his dedication and guidance go a long way to ensure a stress-free buying experience.
I am a Grand Strand native and a graduate of Waccamaw High School in Pawleys Island. I love the Grand Strand so much that I chose to raise my family here. My career in real estate began immediately after college in new home sales. I pride myself on giving exceptional customer service. Real estate is a career that I enjoy and I desire to make the home buying experience pleasant and stress-free for every client.