Bodega – 301 Main Street
The Bodega became one of downtown Conway’s largest retailers after it expanded in 2006. The expansion effectively doubled the size of the store and allowed it to extend its already varied product line. The Bodega is the largest independently owned kitchen and dining store in South Carolina. In an era dominated by national chain stores that produce one cookie cutter retailer after another, the Bodega stands as a beacon of light for fastidious shoppers.
Located on the corner of 3rd Ave and Main St. in downtown Conway, South Carolina.The Bodega also produces the world famous SC Gift Baskets. These baskets contain SC products and palmetto branded items. You can see these wonderful SC creations at SCgiftbaskets.com.
Forgotten Times Antiques – 321 Laurel Street
At Forgotten Times you will find year round low prices on quality antiques and older things. Great gift ideas and super collectibles. Open 10AM to 5 PM daily, closed Sunday and Wednesday’s. 321 Laurel Street in the heart of historic downtown Conway.
River City Christmas – 916 3rd Avenue
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Abrams Department Store – 318 Laurel Street
Do you remember the good ol’ days when the big department stores were located downtown? And how the owner himself would greet you at the door and make sure you could find whatever it was that you needed? Well in Conway we relive that memory anytime we wish at Abrams on Laurel Street in Downtown Conway. Abrams has men’s and women’s clothing from fine to affordable.
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“I want to say what a great place Conway is to visit as a tourist. No place in the Myrtle Beach area was as dedicated to visitors as Conway. I thoroughly enjoyed my day there, from the tourism booth giving me a free parking pass and information to walking the boardwalk and visiting the homes and live oaks with history. We had a great lunch at the Trestle. Thank you so much for going out of your way to get visitors to come visit and stay and enjoy!!!! My day at Conway was even more enjoyable than my days in Charleston which was the purpose of my trip. Thank you again. Good job!!”