Many of The Trembley Group Real Estate Professionals refer to fall as the “Secret Season” in Myrtle Beach because it’s just about the perfect time of year to live on the Grand Strand. The fall months in Myrtle Beach and along the Grand Strand is packed with things to do, even if it’s a bit too chilly to swim in the ocean. Most of the tourists have gone home. Traffic is light and there are no lines at the movie theaters or shows and going out for dinner doesn’t mean a long wait for a table. For those living in Myrtle Beach in November, the Secret Season is the perfect time of year.
One of the best things about living in Myrtle Beach in November is you don’t have to worry about sweating bullets all of the time. The average November air temperature is about 70 degrees, and the average ocean temperature is 60 degrees. Though it may not be the perfect time of year to dive into the waves, it just about the perfect weather for walking or sitting on the beach or playing another 18 holes of golf or wandering around a fall festival or heading out for an afternoon of serious shopping. Just bring a sweater to be safe.
Cooler weather means great opportunities for exploring the Myrtle Beach and Grand Strand great outdoors. It’s perfect weather to wander the beach at Huntington Beach State Park or Myrtle Beach State Park. Brookgreen Gardens is a beautiful place for an afternoon stroll while enjoying picturesque gardens and statues without the summer humidity. Many Trembley Group Real Estate Professionals think the fall is the best time of year for a family picnic and the Grand Stand abounds with perfect spots.
While the weather is a little bit cooler this time of year, November provides great temperatures for all sorts of activities. The weather is just about perfect for outdoor events like Art in the Park, various holiday tree lightings, and Black Friday shopping.
Heading Out for Dinner? Check Out Myrtle Beach Eatz
And did someone mention restaurants? There are tons of things to like about living in Myrtle Beach. It’s why the Trembley Group Real Estate and its real estate professionals make it their home. Of course, Myrtle Beach is a major tourist destination on South Carolina’s Grand Strand along the South Atlantic coast of the United States. The Grand Strand is 60 miles of wide white sandy beach that stretches from the North Carolina border to Georgetown the states historic original capital. The Grand Strand is best known for its wide beaches, but it is also renowned for its beautiful weather, sport fishing, an almost countless selection of challenging golf links, outlet-style shopping, and its excellent restaurants.
While most visitors and even a few locals associate the Grand Strand with fast food, fried seafood buffets and pancake houses, some restaurateurs are striving to create a more innovative food culture in South Carolina’s most lucrative tourist destination.
Over time, the Myrtle Beach food scene has developed around its traditional customer – middle-class families that usually drove to the beach from the northeast for a week away from it all. For people who enjoy eating, Myrtle Beach’s identity has not been sophisticated and has largely been tagged by Myrtle Beach’s past – bulk food in mass, most of it deep-fried, and not particularly elegant.
Nancy-Paige Robinson is the extraordinary marketing director at The Trembley Group Real Estate. In addition to her BA from Trent University in Ontario and her real estate marketing expertise, Nancy-Paige has experience and formal training in video production and nutrition with a diploma in Holistic Nutrition from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. She’s something of a foodie and knows her stuff.
Nancy-Paige has created Myrtle Beach Eatz to help The Trembley Group Real Estate clients and any interested local resident find the best places to snack, dine, and drink in Myrtle Beach and along the Grand Strand.
Don’t expect to see reviews of Joe’s – Home of the 740 Fried Item Buffet. Instead, viewers can expect to see and read about unremarkable looking shopping center wine shops that offer amazing Friday afternoon wine tastings of wines from all over the world. Or an out-of-the-way breakfast and lunch restaurant specializing in fresh, organic, non-GMO, and delicious offerings that are as pretty to look at as they are to taste. And yes, even fried seafood. Readers will even see reviews of off-the-beaten-path restaurants that specialize in fried oysters and steamed mussels among other seafood delicacies.
Residents of Myrtle Beach who are looking for the perfect place for lunch, dinner, or a snack while shopping or who are looking for a quiet, friendly place to unwind with a glass of wine after work or a hard day visiting Myrtle Beach and Grand Strand festivals should check out Myrtle Beach Eatz. They won’t necessarily find the newest, biggest fried seafood bar but they will definitely find the best the area has to offer.
Myrtle Beach Eatz can be found on The Trembley Group Real Estate Blog and on YouTube and Facebook.
Art in the Park
The holidays are coming and what better and more appreciated gift to give than original art work? Art in the Park is the perfect opportunity to find a special gift for that hard-to-buy-for aunt or uncle. The show and sale is the Grand Strand’s premier outdoor art event, hosted by the oldest art guild in the area, Waccamaw Arts & Crafts Guild. Since 1972, Art in the Park has hosted artists from all over the country working in a variety of mediums. Artists are required to submit original works or reproductions of their original works.
The extraordinary success of Art in the Park is directly related to the high quality of the art and fine art crafts that are juried into these shows. Art in the Park, Myrtle Beach, SC is a preferred destination for artists and art lovers. There is something for everyone at Art in the Park.
Art in the Park is an artist run venue, held 6 weekends a year in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It is a popular destination for artists and customers alike.
Artist may submit only original work and high quality prints or casts of their original work, we accept no resale items and no items that fall outside of the visual arts and crafts category.
Visual art, as defined here includes (but is not limited to): painting, sculpture, Woodworking, photography, jewelry, fabric, glass, metal, pottery, stone and mixed media works.
Art in the Park has two November venues:
Located in the upscale Market Common development
1120 Farrow Parkway, Market Common, Myrtle Beach
Dates: November 3rd & 4th
Time: 10 am to 4 pm
Located just a couple of short blocks to the beach.
1400 N. Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach
Dates: November 10th & 11th
Time: 10 am to 4 pm
Black Friday Shopping
And speaking of holiday shopping for that hard-to-buy-for aunt or uncle, don’t forget than Thanksgiving is Thursday, November 22 and the biggest shopping day of the year is Friday, November 23, infamous Black Friday! Black Friday has long been the make or break day for many retailers and many offer deals that aren’t matched at any other time of the year.
Black Friday is a Myrtle Beach tradition as families head out to enjoy the post-Thanksgiving bargain hunting and get a jump on their Christmas shopping with some amazing deals. Die hard shoppers love the once a year chance to take to the streets in the middle of the night and many others just like to browse and shop at more traditional hours while soaking in the sights and sounds of the season. Myrtle Beach’s wide range of shopping choices makes for the perfect Black Friday destination. Here’s a few of the places where deals can be had. Here’s the list. Check it twice.
The Market Common, 4017 Deville St., Myrtle Beach, SC
Open: 8 am, Friday, November 23
The Market Common need to be on the top of everyone’s Black Friday plans. They have the nicest selection of upscale stores and restaurants in the area as well as the top rated real estate company on the Grand Strand – The Trembley Group Real Estate. The list of retail stores include Pottery Barn, Orvis, J Jill, and Victoria’s Secret. There’s something for everyone on the shopping list at The Market Common. Drop the non-shoppers off for a movie at the very comfortable Grand 14 Cinema, then meet them later at one of the Myrtle Beach Eatz recommendations for great food and drinks.
Broadway at the Beach, 1325 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach, SC
Open: 10 am, Friday, November 23 (some stores opening early)
Broadway at the Beach has more than 100 specialty shops to peruse for unique gift ideas. Stop by Ripley’s Aquarium or WonderWorks for a fun — and educational — break for the little shoppers.
Barefoot Landing, 4898 Hwy 17 South, North Myrtle Beach, SC
Open: 10 am, Friday, November 23 (certain stores may open earlier)
For shoppers on the north end, Barefoot Landing is the ideal place to hit the stores on Friday. Enjoy the natural scenery while you check out all the specialty shopping, dining and entertainment options that Barefoot Landing has to offer.
Coastal Grand Mall 2000 Coastal Grand Circle, Myrtle Beach, SC
Open: 6 am until 10 pm, Friday, November 23
Select stores will open at 12 a.m. (midnight) Friday at Coastal Grand Mall and the rest of the stores will open at 6 a.m. on Friday. Saturday, stores open at 9 a.m. and they’ll stay open until 10 p.m. Get the best once-a-year deals at some of the biggest retailers on the Grand Strand.
Tanger Outlet Center, 10835 Kings Road, Myrtle Beach, SC & 4635 Factory Stores Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC
Open: 6 pm, Thursday, November 22 through Black Friday; sales will run through November 27
Shop overnight at Tanger Outlets! Both outlet locations open Thanksgiving at 6 p.m. and stay open through Friday, November 27 until 10 p.m. Each store has a great list of savings for Black Friday and all weekend long.
The Trembley Group Real Estate Professionals run a Black Friday Special everyday, 365 days per year. Whether buying or selling a home, the real estate professionals at The Trembley Group offer the most personal and professional services in Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand in each and every transaction. Black Friday shoppers in The Market Common are likely to find a hard-working a Trembley Group Real Estate Professional hard at work on Black Friday in the company’s Market Common office. So, stop in with any real estate questions and meet a Professional that can help start a process that will forever improve your life.
A Few of The Market Common Holiday Events
INSERT CODE HERE!!! The Market Common is the center of everything important in Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. It’s home to upscale shopping, fine dining, first-class entertainment, comfortable living, and, of course, the most professional real estate services on the Grand Strand. The Trembley Group Real Estate is a relatively new company but is already famous for its first-class service, client-first philosophy, integrity, in-depth community and market knowledge, marketing savvy, and negotiation skills. Here are a few of The Market Common happenings that The Trembley Group Real Estate Professionals are looking forward to in November.
The Next Market Common Military History Tour
Thursday, November 8, 2 – 4 pm
Anyone interested in learning about The Market Common military history, should visit The Trembley Group Real Estate Blog and read The Market Common’s Proud Military Historya and then sign up for a military history tour that will be offered on Thursday, November 8th, from 2 – 4 PM. Tour-takers will board a trolley for a one-hour narrated tour around the Market Common District. They’ll learn about the history of the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base and the Myrtle Beach Army Air Field which also housed a German POW camp during WWII. The tour includes stops at Warbird Park, the General Robert H. Reed Recreation Center that is the home to a small military museum, and at the Myrtle Beach International Airport’s Norton General Aviation Terminal which features displays from the Base Operations building that once stood on that site. A one-hour catered reception at Tupelo Honey. Tickets for the trolley tour and reception are $30.
Military Historians will meet at 2 PM in front of the Grand 14 Cinema, at Deville and Reed Streets. There they’ll board the trolley and depart for the one-hour tour that includes three stops. The final stop will be at Tupelo Honey for a one-hour catered reception and historical presentation.
The Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony at The Market Common
Saturday, November 17, 6 – 8 pm
The first tree at New York City’s Rockefeller Center dates to 1931. It was a small unadorned tree placed by construction workers at the center of the construction site. Two years later, another tree was placed there, this time with lights. These days, the giant Rockefeller Center tree is laden with over 25,000 Christmas lights.
For many in South Carolina, the Rockefeller Center tree doesn’t (excuse the expression) hold a candle to The Market Common Christmas tree. In what is fast becoming a Myrtle Beach and Grand Strand annual holiday tradition, The Trembley Group Real Estate Professionals and their families are looking forward to the annual Christmas Tree Lighting at The Market Common.
This year’s lighting will be held Saturday, November 17th, from 6 PM until 8 PM and is guaranteed to be great family fun. There will be Complimentary Carriage Rides from 6 PM – 9 PM, a trackless train for the children on Deville Street as well as a balloon artist, carnival games, and inflatables on Reed Street. The events stage in front of the Grand 14 will offer an array of holiday music by Vocal Edition. And no one wants to miss Santa! After using his magic to light the tree, he’ll be in his sleigh in front of the Grand 14 where he’ll visit with children and be available for pictures. Parents are encouraged to bring their chairs and enjoy the music while their kids play and visit with Santa! It’s sure to be great fun for all!
The Market Common Holiday Bazaar
Every Saturday in November & December, 12 – 4 pm
Visitors to The Market Common can enjoy a festive holiday market with seasonal craft vendors, live greens, and fresh food on Howard Avenue! The Holiday Bazaar will be held from 12 to 4 pm every Saturday in November through December 15th. It’s an opportunity to enjoy holiday shopping and support local businesses at the Holiday Bazaar at The Market Common in the process!
At The Trembley Group, we pride ourselves on being the experts at more than just selling real estate. We are local residents, some of us have been here for a lifetime. The rest of us will be here until the end of time. We love living, working, and playing in the diverse backyard of Coastal Carolina, and look forward to helping you live and love your dreams soon too. Please reach out to us by phone or email for personalized service and one-on-one advice.