Myrtle Beach Date Night Ideas
If you’re headed out for a weekend getaway or an extended trip to Myrtle Beach with your special someone, there’s a good chance you’ll need a few ideas on a good date night. Because while all the family fun in Myrtle Beach is great most of the time, there are times when a romantic evening out is in order. Here are a few of our favorite ideas for date night in Myrtle Beach:
• Enjoy Fresh Lowcountry Bistro Food
If you didn’t know better, you might not think Croissants was much from the outside. It’s located in a small strip mall/business park area of Myrtle Beach. But once you get inside, you realize it’s a charming bistro and bakery, and once you eat the food, you’ll understand why it’s special. Chef Bradley Daniels seeks out ways to combine fresh and eclectic concepts with the comfort food that the south is known for, all the while using fresh and locally sourced ingredients. Check the calendar on the restaurant’s website, as fun special events are sometimes on the agenda.
• Paint a picture of romance
Feeling artsy? Why not take a painting class together? There are several places in town where you and your significant other can take art classes together, from watercolors to pastel drawing. And many of them offer “art party” type settings with wine or even BYOB nights. Check out Art and Soul Myrtle Beach and Wine and Design for information.
• Music and food: A winning combination
Aspen Grille is well-established as one of the best of the fine dining restaurants in Myrtle Beach, and it’s also one of the top picks for a high-end night on the town. While you eat and drink delicious food, you can also often enjoy live jazz or the tunes from some of the best acoustic singer/songwriters in town. You may also be able to catch a special event at Aspen Grille, such as a dinner with wine-pairing and educational wine discussion.
These are just a few ideas, there are plenty more choices, from the classic bowling and movies to long walks on the beach and more!
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