Sam's corner - Garden City, SC

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2003/03/07 09:54:38 (permalink)

Sam's corner - Garden City, SC

Just south of Myrtle beach. The original Sam's corner is actually on the corner in Garden city, across from the Garden City pier ! I think he as some other stores now around the Myrtle beach area.

He deep fries his foot-long hotdogs, in the same grease he fries his french fries ! Then tops them with whatever fixins you want. My favorite is mustard, onions and chili.
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    TANFANRN
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    RE: Sam's corner - Garden City, SC 2003/03/13 01:31:24 (permalink)
    SAM'S HOTDOGS ARE UNIQUE AND UNFORGETTABLE. WHENEVER WE HEAD TO MYRTLE BEACH, SAM'S DOGS ARE ALWAYS ON OUR LIST OF GOOD EATS. I NEVER HAD A FOOTLONG WITH CHILI AND SLAW BEFORE. WHAT A TREAT. THE OLD TIME ATMOSPHERE JUST ADDS TO THE WHOLE EXPERIENCE. I MAY JUST RELOCATE.
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    emsmom
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    RE: Sam's corner - Garden City, SC 2004/03/25 13:13:18 (permalink)
    We usually spend a week in Garden City each summer and while we are waiting to check into our Condo, we always go to Sams Corner to eat a hot dog. They are very good and always the start to our week at the beach. My husband goes there every morning to get a cup of coffee before he walks the beach.
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    RE: Sam's corner - Garden City, SC 2009/03/30 09:20:53 (permalink)
    Guess I'm resurrecting an old thread, but I just stopped in at Sam's Corner this past weekend and it was pretty good for what it was. I'd always wanted to stop in there when I was a child (my family took many of our beach trips to Garden City) but my parents never wanted to, so I made a point to stop in there when I visited (had to check out the old arcade too). I had to get the hotdog (which was pretty good) and the crab cake sandwich wasn't bad either.
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    RE: Sam's corner - Garden City, SC 2009/03/30 12:23:07 (permalink)
    I think Sam's is overpriced.  Hot dogs are just ok, nothing
    to write home about, imho.
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    RE: Sam's corner - Garden City, SC 2009/03/30 12:39:59 (permalink)
    After getting burned the night before at Thorny's to the tune of $70 between myself and my lady-friend (and a scorched prime rib that was nearly inedible), $23 at Sam's for a foot-long dog, crab cake sandwich, foot-long corn-dog, tea, a beer, onion rings and chili-cheese fries seemed like a bargain. Sure, it wasn't the best dog I'd ever had (the bun didn't hold together that well either), but I could eat it.
    post edited by Karyyk - 2009/03/30 12:41:22
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    RE: Sam's corner - Garden City, SC 2009/03/31 02:57:50 (permalink)
     The only place in town where you can get a hotdog and a shot of Jack at 6:30 AM.
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