Thanksgiving at Captain’s Quarters Resort
Thanksgiving is a great time to take your family to the beach! The crowds are gone and you can take all the stress out of the holiday by enjoying a meal that you don’t even have to worry about preparing or cleaning up after.
This year Thanksgiving falls on Thursday November 27, 2014, and we are gearing up to offer a Thanksgiving feast without any work on your part! Plus there are also a number of other events going on that must be considered for your Thanksgiving stay.
Turkey Day By the Sea
Join us at Vista Nine, our oceanfront restaurant, on Thanksgiving Day for a delicious home-cooked meal. For just $19.99 for adults and $15.99 for children under 12 (if you call ahead and add it to your reservation or add at time of booking), or for $22.99 for adults (if added on-site) you can enjoy Thanksgiving, oceanfront style.
The traditional Thanksgiving lunch buffet will begin at noon and run until 3 p.m. It will feature a variety of favorites including turkey and dressing, mashed potatoes, butternut squash, collard greens, bean casserole, cranberry sauce and cornbread.
The meal will be completed with Thanksgiving dessert favorites including pumpkin pie, sweet potato pie and apple caramel pie. Since this buffet is all-you-can-eat, you can enjoy one or more of these options!
Sweet tea and tax are included in the price, but tip is not included. Reservations for this feast are not required but are highly recommended, so be sure to add it ahead of time to your reservation! The public is also welcome to attend for a price of $24.99 per person at the door.
Following the tasty lunch you can check out the Thanksgiving Drink Special, called Mayflower Madness, at the Loco Gecko bar or head down to Level Six for a game of bowling while enjoying this tasty cocktail, which is a Vodka, Cranberry Smoothie -- a blend of cranberry sauce, vodka and a splash of OJ blended with ice into a refreshing and enjoyable smoothie!
Start making a new tradition for your family by spending Thanksgiving at Captain’s Quarters Resort!
Myrtle Beach Events
With Thanksgiving comes a variety of events along the Grand Strand.
There’s the popular Turkey Trot race starting in the Surfside Beach Pier parking lot, only a short drive from Captain’s Quarters, at 8:30 a.m. This Thanksgiving Day event will feature a 10km, 5km, 1 mile and a free 50-yard Kid's Tot Trot, and thousands of runners are expected to register for this Rotary Club event.
If you’d rather sit back and enjoy some fabulous music, you may want to check out the 45th Annual South Carolina State Bluegrass Festival held at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center on Nov. 27-29, 2014. Offering the option of reserved seating or general admission, this event features a large variety musicians including The Little Roy & Lizzy Show, Larry Stephenson Band, Bass Mountain Boys and The Crowe Brothers. Reserved adult tickets are $45 per day or $95 for three days and general admission adult tickets are $40 per day or $90 for three days. There are also special ticket prices for children ages 7 to 15, while children under 7 are free with a parent.
If you are a wine aficionado or just enjoy trying new, local wines, then you may want to head up to La Belle Amie Vineyard for their Holiday Spirits Bonfire event on Saturday, November 29. Weather-permitting, this event takes place at the beautiful vineyard and admission is only $3. They also have wine tastings from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for just $3+tax per person where you can try out six different Twisted Sisters Wines in their tasting room.
If you love to shop, don’t forget about Black Friday! Myrtle Beach is the perfect place to be for this event as nearby shopping districts include Tanger Outets, Coastal Grand Mall and Broadway at the Beach.
If you haven’t yet booked your room for your Thanksgiving getaway, don’t fret, because this is the perfect time to book! Click here to check out rates for Thanksgiving weekend, from just $55 a night (plus taxes and fees), which includes one free game of bowling per day, with a discount on shoe rental!
This year take the time to learn why millions of people are thankful for Myrtle Beach and start a new family tradition!