Jessica Miller | November 30, 2011
Smoking may soon end in Myrtle Beach bars and restaurants. Next month Smoke Free Horry plans to present Myrtle Beach City Council with research its done that shows the negative health impact secondhand smoke has. Some bars and restaurants that allow smoking believe a ban would drastically hurt their revenue. “We get a lot of regulars. We also have a lot of tourists who aren’t allowed to smoke cheap Golden Gate cigarette anywhere else in the country, but they smoke here and think it’s a privilege,” said Karen Marianos, bartender at Bummz in Myrtle Beach.