The Market Common

There's nothing like it in Myrtle Beach. Make sure The Market Common with it's 40 shops and 8 restaurants is on your list of places to visit. It's a place where you can experience exceptional shopping, dining or just browsing in a beautifully designed village setting. From some of the nation's most celebrated names in retail to ice cream and pizza for the kids, and from one-of-a-kind restaurants to the most comfortable movie theatre at the beach, The Market Common is always worth your time.

Located on Farrow Parkway between Highway 17 Business and High 17 By-Pass.

Stores & Restaurants:

Ann Taylor
Banana Republic
Barnes & Noble
Bath & Body Works
The Big Tuna
Blue Mer
Bobby Chan
Booty's Outdoors
Brooks Brothers Country Club
Bungalow Bailey's
Canipes Chocolates & Candies
Coldwater Creek
Copper Penny
Copper Penny Shooz
Divine Prime
Dixie Divas
Dolce Lusso Aveda Salon & Spa
Francesca's Collections
Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant
Grand 14 Cinema
Justice Just for Girls
King Street Grille
Lazy Gator
The Orvis Company
Piggly Wiggly
Pottery Barn
P.F. Chang's China Bistro
Roy & Sid's American Kitchen
Rug Decor
Soma Intimates
Sunglas Hut
Tommy Bahama's
Tommy Bahama's Restaurant & Bar
Travinia Italian Kitchen
Ultimate California Pizza
Victoria's Secret
White House /Black Market
Xtreme Surf & Skateboard Co.
Yoga in Common

Coastal Grand Mall Myrtle Beach

Now with over more than 160 stores, Coastal Grand Mall Myrtle Beach major anchor stores include: Bed Bath & Beyond, Belk, Books-A-Million, Dick's Sporting Goods, Dillard's, JCPenney, Old Navy and Sears.

The mall is the largest in South Carolina at around 1.5 million square feet on more than 170 acres. The design incorporates indigenous features of coastal South Carolina with beach and ocean themes throughout.

The Cinemark-14 is an all-stadium seat multiplex and movie goers have responded favorably to the extra head room all but eliminating the possibility of blocked views. Popcorn fanatics may enjoy the "butter-your-own" counter where soaking popcorn with the yellow stuff is a strictly do-it-yourself affair.

The newly expanded food court offers plenty of options including pizza, chicken, Chinese buffet, burgers, hot dogs and more while speciality candy, pretzel and ice cream shops round out the myriad of food offerings. The delightful design and decor give you the feeling of being out on a great, sunny, seaside boardwalk (perfect for rainy days!).

With the mall as its centerpiece, the entire Highway 501 and Highway 17 area has quickly grown into a full-service retail environment with nearby Best Buy, CostCo, Super Wal-Mart, Home Depot and more all competing for area retail spending and all having opened within the last 5 years.

Where their once was not - there now is. No longer will locals and visitors have to make the trek to Charleston, Wilmington or Columbia to find what they need - or think they need. Myrtle Beach has finally and surely come into its own as a name-brand shopper's paradise.

Coastal Grand Mall Myrtle Beach is open Monday - Saturday from 10 - 9 and Sunday from noon - 6. For more information, call (843) 839-9100.