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Tourist Info

Tourist Info

Need to know about kosher food or a daily minyan in Myrtle Beach?


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 Pier at Myrtle Beach

 Myrtle Beach has enjoyed exponential growth in year-round population, tourism, business opportunities, and employment in the past decade, and so did the Jewish Community and the Kosher amenities.

Believe it or not - you can enjoy a Kosher lifestyle and vacation in Myrtle Beach.

 Here is some info:




  Chabad  Shul "Heichal Avraham"




Visitors are always more than welcome!

Daily Shachrit

8 am



20 minutes before sunset


Shabbat Friday Night

20 minutes before sunset


Shabbat Day

10 am, Followed by Lunch, Mincha


Motzei Shabbat Maariv

15 minutes after end of Shabbat


2803 N. Oak Street

Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Ph: 843-448-0035





Kosher Food


Glatt Kosher 

The  Jerusalem Restaurant


205 North Kings Highway

Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Phone 843-946-6650


All food and drink  are under the supervision and recommended by the local Vaad

Events and parties hosted by the restaurant, may be not affiliated or endorsed by the supervising Vaad 


for more info on kashrut policies & practices email us -


Bi-Lo Supermarket


Frozen, refrigerated and dry kosher sections

Kosher section carries Cholov Yisroel Products and Fresh Glatt Kosher Meat


1241 38th Avenue North  

Myrtle Beach, SC 29577-1313 

(843) 626-7400





Local Mikvah


Beth-El Mikvah (at Beth-El Orthodox Synagogue)

404 Calhoun Rd

Myrtle Beach, SC 29577


By appointment only:


Beth-El Rabbi Shlomo & Orli Elharar



or email us:


Note: Chabad of Myrtle Beach is currently building

a new state-of-the-art MEN'S and WOMEN'S Mikvah

which will be ready soon! see construction updates here










Contact us:




For general tourist information (attractions, hotels, business opportunities)

  check out the web site of the

"Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce"