It was our last night in Myrtle Beach and we were looking for a nice meal and a place that played music. We went to Travinia's based on a recommendation from a waitress at another establishment we had had lunch earlier in the week. We were also told that they had jazz music on Friday night. To our suprise the location was excactly what we were looking for. Our waitress was very accomodating and helped us choose some excellent dishes. We also found out that for $3 a piece we could get a ceasar salad with our entrees. I ordered the chicken scallopine and my wife the veal marsala. Both dishes were tasty and good portions. On top of this good meal we were also satisfied with the jazz performers that performed that night. We were both sad to leave Myrtle Beach.
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