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La Belle Amie Vineyards-1120 St. Joseph Rd. Little River, SC. Phone: (843) 399-9463. Visit an operating vineyard open to the public. A popular attraction and hosts of numerous festivals and events that include numerous local entertainers. Sample their delicious wines inside their wine sampling room and mingle with the great staff and visitors from many states.

 

Neil & Pam’s Bar & Grill - 20 S. Ocean Blvd. Surfside Beach, SC. Phone: (843) 238-1013. A great little hang out a block from the ocean, down the road from the Surfside Pier. Grab some good food, cold drinks and mingle with some great friends. This restaurant and watering spot has quickly become one of the favorite hangouts frequented by many of the pholks in the south end of the beach as well as the northern end adventurers. With live entertainment, flat panel TVs, cold drinks and a friendly staff it’s no wonder the crowds are gathering at this local’s favorite.

 

Scotty's Beach Bar - 111 S. Seaside Dr. Surfside Beach, SC. Phone: (843) 238-9363. The old official South-Strand club hangout, located just steps from the beach. Voted "Most Likely Place to Run Into a CofCPHC Member Having a Good Time" for many years in the past, this hang out has been reinvented but it still has a great view of the ocean and the beers are icy cold.

 

Thorny’s Food Sports Fun- 600 South Kings Hwy Myrtle Beach, SC, Phone: (843)448-2333. One of the sponsors of the Throw Back Shell Beach Party; Thorny's is a locally owned and operated business. Established in 1994, Thorny's is known for its award-winning ribs, mouth-watering Prime Rib, and succulent steaks as well as for its wonderful atmosphere. We are definitely a family restaurant in Myrtle Beach and enjoy being able to offer something for everyone!

 

Red’s Icehouse-98 Church St. Mt Pleasant, SC. Phone: (843) 388-0003. Located on Historic Shem Creek in Mt. Pleasant, the original Red’s Ice House is the perfect distance from downtown Charleston and the beaches of Sullivan’s Island. If you’re looking for a friendly spot to enjoy fresh seafood in a laid back setting, you’re going to love Red’s.

 

 

Captain Tony’s Bar-428 Greene St. Key West, FL. Favorite watering hole of such legends as Ernest Hemingway, Truman Capote, Tennessee Williams, Shel Silverstein and Jimmy Buffett, Captain Tony’s Saloon is not just a bar it is a piece of living history. Must visit.

Trop Rockin

After an afternoon of bowling the club’s members continue the happy hour at Neal & Pam’s Bar & Grill.

Pool view of Scotty’s Beach Bar in the early evening.

November 4. Alzheimer's Walk at the Market Commons. Registration is 10 am. Walk begins 11am. Walk length is easy 2 miles. Everyone can accessorize as parrot heads do!! For more information please contact Marian Rice here.

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Jimmy Buffett Related Links

Margaritaville - The official Jimmy Buffett website. Lyrics, play dates, restaurant locations, and just so much more to sink your teeth into.

Parrot Heads in Paradise, Inc - The National Home of the Parrot Head Clubs and the ones who started it all. Timothy Schmitt never thought those great words of wisdom would  instill so many to do so much in such a short time.

Jimmy Buffett Songs - Full list of Jimmy Buffett songs, sorted alphabetically by name. You can also sort the list of songs by year recorded (from oldest to newest, and from most recent to first recorded), by Song Rank (popularity rank of song versus all other songs) and by album name.

BuffettNews.com - An excellent source for news, gossip, trivia, pictures, merchandise, etc.

The Conch Telegraph - The Coconut Telegraph of Key West. Events and happenings on the islands. You need Adobe Reader to access these pages

Musicians on the Local Front

Laidback Larry  - Singer/Songwriter and independent recording artist from Columbia, SC area has made his home in Murrells Inlet-SC. Larry specializes in Original TropRock Music as well as various folk artists and Jimmy Buffett songs. Click on name to access artist website.

Stringwood - Playing a blend of TropRock, Blues and Country; Stringwood performs at Coast of Carolina PHC parties and various venues up and down the eastern shoreline entertaining crowds with music and comedy. Click on name to access artist website.

TJ Walsh - A great music maker based out of Surfside Beach-SC and St. Petersburg-FL, offering a blend of Buffett, Boogie and Blues and adding musicians when needed to round out a great TropRock sound.   Click on name to access artist website.

Parrot Party Duo-Randy Knight on guitar and Doug Cayton on harmonica; based out of Sunset Beach-NC, perform the greatest hits and deep cuts from Jimmy Buffett. Click on name to access artist website

Literature Tropical style

Reading -The truly complete Buffett lifestyle requires a hammock and a stack of good books. Here's a few from our Recommended Reading List:

Island Bound - by J. D. Gordon. A great mix of suspense, mystery, adventure and carefree attitude in the Keys and the Caribbean.

Travis McGee - The classic John MacDonald detective series. Required reading for all Parrot Heads.

A Pirate Looks at Fifty - He blends gentle scenic narration with rambling, unplugged life stories meant to convey that he's made peace with the whole aging process.

Where is Joe Merchant? - It's about seaplanes, a pretty girl, a vanished rock star, the curse of jet skis, a magic scepter, disrupters of paradise, and conch burgers. A timeless tale of adventure.

Tales From Margaritaville - is a collection of short stories (some purely fiction, some based in truth) so vividly packed with restless dreamers, wild wanderers, and pure gypsy souls that just reading it is a wild adventure.

A Salty Piece of Land - Mr. Buffett's newest work of fiction. A groovy laid-back, ramblingly anecdotal, sun-soaked bit of Caribbean escapism that his Parrot head fans will relish like another chorus of "Margaritaville."

Telex From Cuba -by Rachel Kushner. It was one of those stories that just wraps you up and takes you there. And there, in this case, is late 1950s Cuba, the height of glamour and revolt. It has multiple vantage points including a burlesque dancer, a 10 year old boy, and a spy, and it gives the feel of what it would have been like to be all of those during this tumultuous time in history.

Jimmy Buffett: A Good Life All the Way- In Jimmy Buffett: A Good Life All the Way, acclaimed music critic Ryan White has crafted the first definitive account of Buffett’s rise from singing songs for beer to his emergence as a tropical icon and CEO behind the Margaritaville industrial complex, a vast network of merchandise, chain restaurants, resorts, and lifestyle products all inspired by his sunny but disillusioned hit “Margaritaville.”