the main street theater was originally the kingston hotel built in 1903. in 1947 the hotel was converted into the holiday theater. the holiday theater burned down in 1990 and was rebuilt in 1993. today the current main street theater hosts concerts and theatrical productions. the main street theater is listed on the national register of historic...more
the conway city hall is located in the old horry county courthouse. the old horry county courthouse was built in 1825 and was designed by famous south carolina architect robert mills. robert mills is best known as the architect of the washington monument in washington d. c. this beautiful classical revival building is listed on the national...more
the intersection of third and main streets is located in the heart of the conway historic district. the conway historic district is listed on the national register of historic places. main street and third streets are lined with shops, restaurants, and bars. for shopping and dining main street is a very nice place to visit in downtown conway.more
2480 US Hwy 501 East, Conway, South Carolina, 29526, United States
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Solo
1004 Waccamaw Dr, Conway, SC 29526
Good for: Solo
1101 Church Street, Hwy 501, Conway, South Carolina, 29526, United States
Good for: Couples
CheeseSteak U has a good size menu. Everything from CheeseSteaks, Chicken CheeseSteaks, to Combination Salads. Every thing I have tried so far has been delicious. Service is real friendly, the owners work the grill and register, they will take time to make sure your food is to your liking. The restaurant is near Coastal Carolina University so the restaurant adopts the college theme.
Favorite Dish: CheeseSteaks can not be beat! They are just as good as the ones I have had in Philadelphia. They come on Amoroso's Hearth-Baked Rolls just like the best Philly cheesesteaks.
The Bodega is a kitchen lover's paradise. They are the largest independent kitchen store in South Carolina. They carry top brands such as Vietri, Beatriz Ball, GurglePot, and more. There is a boutique craft beer and wine shop, a coffee and tea department and even gourmet food. These are all smaller departments that compliment the store's main theme which is kitchen tools, cookware, and tabletop decor.
What to buy: Great selection of Vietri Italian dinnerware. Hard to find wines, such as Silver Oak and Cakebread.
What to pay: Prices are generally competitive for the industry.