Carolina Roadhouse: Top 10 in Myrtle Beach
The Top 10 Restaurants in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
The Culture Trip
Carolina Roadhouse makes food fun with its generous portion sizes, comfort food dishes, and creative drinks menu. Its speciality dish is the ‘Killer Dog,’ a grilled foot-long hotdog piled high with French fries, homemade chili and cheese. The decor is similarly exuberant, and the open kitchen allows diners a peek behind the scenes. The main feature is the wraparound bar, and numerous tables clustered around a towering palm tree.
Entrepreneurial Hospitality program named in honor of Greenbaum family
Tulane University, Freeman News
After graduating from Tulane University, Jerry Greenbaum (BBA ’62) grew the modest liquor store founded by his father into a family of successful hospitality businesses including a chain of beverage alcohol superstores and more than a dozen upscale casual restaurants across the Southeast.
Along the way, Greenbaum and his wife, the former Barbara Axelrod (NC ’63), also became two of Tulane’s most dedicated supporters. A past chair of the Freeman Business School Council, Greenbaum joined the Board of Tulane in 2011 and provided leadership and funding for major projects including the Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex, the Barbara Greenbaum Residence Hall, Yulman Stadium and the Freeman School’s new online graduate program in Entrepreneurial Hospitality.
On Friday, Oct. 16, Tulane paid tribute to the Greenbaums’ lifetime of support by naming the new program in their honor. The Greenbaum Family Program in Entrepreneurial Hospitality will apply the joint lenses of entrepreneurship and hospitality to focus on the business principles needed to deliver an exceptional customer experience. The centerpiece of the program is the Entrepreneurial Hospitality specialization within the Master of Management program, which will welcome its first student cohort in January 2021 as the Freeman School’s first online graduate degree program.
“The creation of this program couldn’t come at a better time, at a better place and couldn’t have a better name — the Greenbaum Family Program in Entrepreneurial Hospitality,” said Tulane President Mike Fitts during a virtual meeting of the Business School Council. “New Orleans is a center of hospitality, Tulane is a center of entrepreneurship and the Greenbaums are highly successful entrepreneurs and models of hospitality.”
“Jerry Greenbaum was the inspiration for this program,” added Freeman School Dean Ira Solomon. “He provided the original key insights on the intersection of hospitality and entrepreneurship that drove the creation of this program. Quite simply, it could not have existed without Jerry and Barbara’s advice and counsel.”
The Post and Courier, 9/2020
Best Salad | California Dreaming, Charleston
Our Favorite Dishes in the Carolinas
SPG Weekend Channel, 9/2017
No trip to the South is complete without experiencing the food. Local favorites might change from one region to the next but all Southern food has one thing in common: It’s delicious! Explore these eight dishes for a true taste of the Carolinas.
Myrtle Beach, SC | Carolina Roadhouse’s “Killer Dog”
A hot dog and chili fries go together like sand and surf. Carolina Roadhouse serves up a foot-long
kosher hot dog that tastes like it just came off the backyard grill. Order a side of fries topped
with chili, cheese and onions to share.
Best of Columbia
Free Times, August 2017
Best Salad, 17 years running
California Dreaming, Columbia
“Seinfeld’s Elaine Benes was ever pining for the “big salad.” Well, she’d love California Dreaming. They’ve got the biggest damn salad in town. But, the restaurant’s salads aren’t only big. They’re also fresh and delicious. The signature California Dreaming Salad is tops. BONUS: You get to eat in a castle.”
Best of Columbia
Free Times, August 2016
Best Salad, 16 years running
California Dreaming | Columbia
“Why does California Dreaming’s salad dominate this category year after year? Because it’s downright legendary, from the ample serving to the fresh greens to the buttery, sticky little honey croissant served alongside it. Yum.”
Best of Augusta
Augusta Magazine, 2015
Best Salad, 17 Years Running
California Dreaming | Augusta