Inlet Events


FEBRUARY 2015


Saturday & Sunday, February 7th & 8th,  11am-4pm

2nd Annual Fall Taste of the MarshWalkTaste of the MarshWalk with Names

Cure the post football blues with the 2nd Annual Taste of the MarshWalk February 7th & 8th. Sample the chef’s favorite dishes from each of seven award-winning restaurants from 11am to 4pm each day. Local artisans, crafters, live music, and kids activities will all along the MarshWalk both days for a fun-filled weekend in the Inlet.

Small dish tasting will include the areas freshest local seafood as well as non-seafood items for the land lovers available at $3-$5 per sample.  Enjoy seared scallops, low country boil, shrimp & grits, crawfish, pulled pork, smoked salmon, BBQ, sushi, trigger fish tacos, and much more.

Live music will include local favorites, Randy McQuay, Sweet Sweet, Ronnie O’Briant, The Matt Parker Duo, Julio Navarro, Fret Buzz, Ed Torres, and more.  Local artists, jewelry designers, crafters, wood carvers, and unique clothing items, will be featured among the many available vendors. Bounce houses, face painting, temporary tattoos, and crabbing demos, will keep the kids entertained.

Last year’s inaugural event drew July 4th crowds both days and this event promises to be just as exciting. The Taste of the MarshWalk is made possible this year

with help from local sponsors, Seven Seas Seafood, Better Brands, RNDC, Yahnis, WPDE & WWMB-TV, along with the MarshWalk restaurants, Bovine’s, Wicked Tuna, Wahoo’s Fish House, Dead Dog Saloon, Drunken Jack’s, Creek Ratz, and Dave’s Dockside. 

There is no fee to attend because the view, the music, and the fun are always free at the MarshWalk, Highway 17 Business in historic Murrells Inlet, SC.  For more information please visit www.marshwalk.com or call 843-497-3450.  Continue to check this space for more details as the date gets closer!

Please call 843-497-3450 or email marshwalkinfo@gmail.com for more information.


Tuesday, February 17,  2015

Marshi Gras on the MarshWalk

Details coming soon!


 

 

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