It’s been okay, 2022, but we’re ready for something new. And in North Myrtle Beach, you can ring in the new year in style in a few places. Who wouldn’t love to usher in a new year in paradise?
So be ready to stay up late and pack your dancing shoes, just in case.
That urge to ring out the old year and ring in the new is real. There are good ways to go about it, of course. Here’s some advice.
Beer, champagne, and wine tend to flow when the ball drops. Set a limit so you can indulge but not wake up on Jan. 1 feeling like roadkill.
Order Fried Chicken Wings from Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant. Then watch the ball drop from the comfort of your resort bedroom.
Hit The Shack for comfort food, and don’t forget the black-eyed peas. They’re said to bring you good luck in the new year. And they’re delicious.
There’s no excuse not to have a great time in North Myrtle Beach for New Year’s. From raucous to family-friendly, this area has it all.
Cap off 2022 in style at 21 North, with live music, Hors D’oeuvres, a champagne toast, and more. Performing live: The Special Blend Experience. The menu: Shrimp Cocktail, Surf & Turf, Chef’s Selection Dessert, and more.
Check out the event page on Facebook!
Pro tip: Enjoy drinks from the premium bar available. Also, don’t forget the breakfast to go, which is included in the price of admission.
You know the production they put on in New York City? Get a mini version of that right here in Myrtle Beach. There’ll be a live telecast on a jumbo screen, a mirror ball drop at midnight, live music, and more. Bring the whole family.
Pro tip: Choose art for your home at Seacoast Artists Gallery. Then dine one last time for 2022 at Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant.
Join a festive atmosphere at one of your favorite places to kick it on the Grand Strand. The show will start at 8, weather permitting. It’s a great way to end a good year — and a nice day shopping and dining at Broadway at the Beach.
Pro tip: Ever been to Pick a Pearl? Choose an oyster, then make your own jewelry with the pearl inside. Pick Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen for dinner.
Duck’s Night Life turns from restaurant to nightclub after a certain hour. For New Year’s this Carolina favorite band will rock the house. They do beach, dance, and rock for a wonderful variety show. It’s always a good time here.
Pro tip: Come early to visit the remodeled Duck Cafe. Grab some Pub Chips, Crab Cakes, Shrimp Tacos, and more. The Duck Burger is awesome.
It’s a traditional Viennese musical custom. Enjoy the Long Bay Symphony in this show of standard polka, waltzes, and other dances. The symphony is celebrating its 35th year delighting music fans on the Grand Strand.
Pro tip: The show starts at 2:30 p.m.; how about brunch beforehand at Eggs Up Grill? The Apple Pancakes are unforgettable.
The choice isn’t hard: When you’re in North Myrtle Beach, stay at North Beach Resort. It’s the place you’ll want to return to again and again, with so much to do, and beautiful views. Check into a comfy room and stay a while.
Put together a charcuterie board for New Year’s Day. Consider North Beach Resort for your team’s tournament or corporate event. Peruse the array of room types available, and book your winter trip today.