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Tourist Info

Tourist Info

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

Welcome to Myrtle Beach


 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 more than welcome always!!!

Daily Shachrit - 8 am. Mincha/Maariv - 20 minutes before sunset.

Shabbat - Friday night 20 minutes before sunset, Shabbat Day - 10 am, Lunch, Mincha.

Motzei Shabbat Maariv - 15 minutes after end of Shabbat.

2803 N. Oak Street - Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 - Ph: 843-448-0035843-448-0035



Kosher Food

Glatt Kosher 

The ALL-NEW Jerusalem Restaurant

New Location - OPEN

205 North Kings Highway

Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Phone 843-946-6650843-946-6650

Under the supervision of local Vaad

for more info on kashrut policies & practices email us -


Bi-Lo Supermarket

frozen, refrigerated and dry (international) kosher sections (open 24 hours)

 1241 38th Avenue North  Myrtle Beach, SC 29577-1313
(843) 626-7400(843) 626-7400 



Local Mikvah


BethEl Mikvah (at Beth El Orthodox Synagogue)

404 Calhoun Rd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

By appointment only:

BethEl Rabbi Shlomo & Orli Elharar



or email us:


Note: Chabad of Myrtle Beach is currently building a new state-of-the-art MENS and WOMANS 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"