Great location in Market Common. You can park in the garage next to the restaurant. It was free in February to park. They asked us when we came in if we wanted tapas or the regular menu. We said tapas and they wanted to seat us at a hightop near the bar and door. But we were there for a quiet meal as a couple so we requested a booth. Silly really, since it was February and there were only three other people in the whole restaurant. For the prices you pay, why perch on one of those tall chairs all night in heels? The booth was nice and the decor in the dining room was very hip,urban and upscale--just what we were looking for. For some reason, no music was piped into the dining room and we could hear a loud group of ladies talking in the bar area, which was annoying, but service was great. We loved the meats and cheeses menu and getting to pick and choose our own selection. The portions on the cheese were very generous and the quality of the cheeses excellent. We were so full that we only ordered one other item--the beef carpaccio, which was also excellent. Still, with a couple of high-end drinks our tiny meal was close to $100 with tip. You expect to pay high prices to eat out at Myrtle Beach if you're not a local, but wow. Expect to pay much more if you're ordering a main entree like a steak.
Overall: Expect to pay big but also expect great quality food, excellent service, decent atmosphere and an escape from beach kitsch.