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The Newest Spot for Java and Conversation in the Market Common by Melissa LaScaleia Inside the Market Common’s recently opened family-friendly entertainment complex, 810 Billiards and Bowling, there is a new early-morning breakfast and sweet spot that just arrived to delight locals and fans with beverages, treats, and to top it all off—good talk. Liz …

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Fresh Seafood, Beautifully Prepared, At An Affordable Price by Melissa LaScaleia Earlier this year, the family owned and operated Lobster House restaurant opened its doors to patrons, next door to Myrtle Beach State Park.  Second generation Vic Parsadanyan is the head chef and creative force behind Lobster House. “The restaurant caters to two types of …

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A Homegrown, Ridiculously Good Restaurant Group by Melissa LaScaleia Having grown up here, Jack Divine has always called Myrtle Beach home, and started the Divine Dining Group of restaurants in Myrtle Beach in the early 80s.  His first restaurant was the classic River City Cafe.  He followed it up with Ultimate California Pizza in the …

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Food Artfully Prepared in a Casual Environment by Melissa LaScaleia The Water Tree Cafe, run by Pennsylvania native Chef Gabi Mazzochetti, has been open since March 1 of this year in the Market Common. “I wanted to go to college for art,” Gabi says of her background, “and my parents directed me into the land …

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Sweet and Savory Delights For the Market Common by Melissa LaScaleia The sweet and savory pickings at Crepe Creation Cafe in the Market Common just got sweeter and bigger.  Larry Cauble, owner and chef, has recently implemented the final stage in his business model for his cafe. “We’re taking down the wall of the space …

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