Long-time Myrtle Beach restaurant listed for sale; specialized dentistry practice opens | Myrtle Beach News

MYRTLE BEACH — Angelo’s Steak and Pasta, one of the oldest restaurants in Myrtle Beach, is still open for business after 42 years, but the business and its land located on South Kings Highway are up for sale.

Marketing itself as home to the “greatest steaks in the universe” and the Grand Strand’s “finest all-you-can-eat Italian buffet,” the restaurant located at 2311 S Kings Hwy can be bought for $6.2 million.


Listed by King One Properties International, the 14,600-square-foot property is located on nearly three acres on the south end of the beach and a few miles away from the Myrtle Beach International Airport.

Owner Angelo Antonucci was named “Restaurateur of the Year” in 2016 by the S.C. Restaurant and Lodging Association. Angelo’s is widely known for its house magician Michael Bairefoot, who is a nationally known performer.

New specialized dentistry practice

Coastal Periodontics, LLC, a periodontics and implant dentistry practice, recently opened an office in Myrtle Beach between U.S. 17 bypass and Robert Grissom Parkway and is taking new patients.

Located at 4610 Oleander Drive, Suite 102, services include the treatment of periodontal disease, gum grafting procedures and dental implants. Periodontal disease is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects the gums and bones that support teeth, according to the practice’s website.

Periodontist Dr. Lee Cochrane graduated from Clemson University in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in bioengineering. After earning his undergraduate degree, Cochrane completed dental school at the James B. Edwards College of Dental Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina in 2019. He also completed a three-year periodontics residency at MUSC.







Dr. Lee Cochrane

Dr. Lee Cochrane. Provided




According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, 2 in 5 adults are affected in some form by gum disease. The office said they offer the latest technology and techniques used in periodontics and implant dentistry to offer the most effective and safe care for patients.

The practice is open Monday through Thursday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Visit www.Coastal-Periodontics.com or call (843) 839-4711 for more information.

Cornhole anyone

The second annual Cornament presented by SkyWheel Myrtle Beach will take place next month at the Crooked Hammock Brewery located at Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach.

Hosted by the Grand Strand Young Professionals organization, the cornhole tournament slated for Oct. 22 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. will support Substitutes for Santa, an annual charity that provides 150 area children with gifts and supplies for Christmas.


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“The Cornament will be an entertaining way for competitors and spectators to raise money for Substitutes for Santa, which is a unique program that provides Horry County youth with a holiday adventure consisting of games, crafts and a shopping experience,” said Caroline Yahnis, GSYP liaison for the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce.

Teams of two who would like to compete may register for $50 per team by Oct. 14. Tournament officials said there will be both an amateur and professional league bracket.

Awards will be given to the top-placing teams in each division. Tournament spectators can purchase tickets for $15 each.

Visit MyrtleBeachAreaChamber.com for more information.

Have any Myrtle Beach/Georgetown business news to share? Reach Richard Caines at rcaines@postandcourier.com.


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