Sure you want to get there fast. You've been looking forward to beach, sand and salty air for months. But if you rush along the route many people take to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, you may miss some worthy stops.
Next time you're visiting in the area, opt for a later check-in, duck out of beach-bound traffic, and enjoy these attractions straddling the 70 miles of US 76 and US 501 between I-20 and The Grand Strand.
Redbone Alley Restaurant and Bar:
Named for a coonhound, this fun spot on Palmetto Street a mile east of where I-20 ends, fills a former JCPenney store in Florence Mall. Inside the air is cool, the wood smoked chicken wings are hot, and pizzas an burgers set a summertime mood. Make time to play a couple of quick games on the L-shaped pool table.
Posted on Wed, February 3, 2010
by Joe Rada for Southern Living Magazine