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Barefoot Landing Announces List Of New Shops For 2021

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The Area’s Only Waterway Shopping, Dining And Entertainment Destination Welcomes New Specialty Shops And A Café To The Lineup, While Property Makeover Continues

Barefoot Landing announced a number of new businesses opening, as well as recent and upcoming renovations at its North Myrtle Beach experiential retail complex, located along the Intracoastal Waterway.

New merchants opening soon at Barefoot Landing include

Antica Murrina

Antica Murrina

IQ Toys

Café de Paris

and The Towel Company.

Antica Murrina, located next to Chico’s, is a jewelry boutique featuring Murano Glass jewelry from Venice that combines the traditional Murano glass work with modern and creative expressions typical of the jewels of the world.

The Towel Company, situated across from Beach House, offers shoppers luxurious, colorful, Bohemian cotton towels for the beach, a day by the pool, bath and everyday use.

IQ Toys, neighboring Johnny Rockets, is where you’ll find toys, games and gifts with education in mind.

Café de Paris, nestled between Christmas Mouse and Tara Grinna Swimwear, is the perfect spot for anyone who loves coffee, featuring a lite-bite menu, a wide selection of coffees and bakery delights.

Burroughs & Chapin, the company that owns Barefoot Landing, also recently announced a walkable, waterfront restaurant district called Dockside Village, featuring Lucy Buffett’s LuLu’s.

In addition, several renovation initiatives are planned, while others are already underway. Some buildings have begun to take shape with new and enhanced facades. As renovations progress, guests will also notice an abundance of fresh landscaping and greenery throughout, as well as new wayfinding and merchant signage and the re-designation of areas throughout the property.

“Barefoot Landing has long been one of the most unique and popular shopping, dining and entertainment hubs along the Grand Strand, greeting millions of visitors each and every year,” said Melissa Armstrong, marketing director at Burroughs & Chapin, parent company of Barefoot Landing. “We welcome these new experiences as we continue to enhance the natural beauty along with the character and charm of Barefoot Landing, creating an exceptional, one-of-a-kind shopping, dining and entertainment destination delivering excitement for all to enjoy!”

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