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The Barefoot section of North Myrtle Beach is best known for Barefoot Landing, an entertainment, shopping and dining complex located on the Intracoastal Waterway and across four of the top golf courses on the Grand Strand. 10Best takes you a tour of one of the area's most popular neighborhoods.
See & Do
Barefoot Resort features four championship golf courses that carry the names of their famed designers - the Dye, Fazio, Love and Norman layouts. Featuring a combination of scenic charm and unique design, these four courses are among the most coveted tee times on the Grand Strand. Be sure to warm up on the facility's state-of-the-art driving range and putting greens.
Take your taste buds on a tropical getaway at Fire Island Bar & Grille, a Hawaiian-themed eatery that offers great food and excellent atmosphere. Enjoy a relaxing time on the tiki-hut back porch and sip a frozen drink or sit in the casual dining room and feast on surf and turf.
Barefoot's Best Restaurants
There's music and the smell of good food in the air at the House of Blues. Located in the heart of Barefoot Landing, this hot spot features top national touring acts in the concert hall while also cooking up delicious Southern cuisine in the kitchen. Reservations and advanced concert ticket purchases are suggested.
Barefoot Resorts offers excellent accommodations within walking distance of Barefoot Landing and within golf-cart driving range of four championship golf courses. Whether you're looking to play on the beach, shop until you drop or tee it up on the links, Barefoot Resorts has the right accommodations to fit your party's needs.
Featuring more than 100 shops, stores and boutiques, Barefoot Landing is an excellent place to spend the day window shopping. The unique and diverse shops, as well as the air conditioning, may coax you into a few stores, and you just might find the perfect item you're looking for at one enormous shopping complex.