The Hall at St. John's

3301 33rd Avenue Ext N Myrtle Beach, SC
Max Capacity: 500 people
Centrally located in Myrtle Beach off Bypass 17 behind St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church, The Hall at St. John’s offers what many venues in the Grand Strand Area don’t! Approximately 6,800 square feet of heated/air conditioned event space with a neutral interior providing a ‘blank canvas’ that can be easily decorated to your taste and budget. Commercial grade kitchen available. You may bring the caterer of your choice as well as provide your own liquor and beverages – no corkage fee!
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The Hall at St. John's
The Hall at St. John's
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Amenities
  • Air Conditioned
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Handicapped Accessible
  • Non-Smoking
  • On-Site Catering Service
  • Outside Catering Allowed
  • Wireless Internet/Wi-Fi
Features
  • Credit Cards Accepted: VISA, Mastercard, American Express
  • Facility Location Setting: Centrally located in Myrtle Beach off Bypass 17 behind St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church. Nearby accommodations, Broadway at the Beach and Coastal Grand Mall.
  • Max Number of People for an Event: 500
  • Nearest Airport: 1-5 miles
  • Nearest Overnight Accommodations: Less than 1 mile
  • Number of Event/Function Spaces: 1
  • Number of On-Site Restaurants: 0
  • Parking: Complimentary Parking
  • Proximity of Neighboring Golf Course: 1-5 miles
  • Total Exhibit Space (Square Feet): 6,500
  • Total Meeting Room Space (Square Feet): 6,500
  • Year Built: 2005
Myrtle Beach, SC  
Capacity: 700
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