Cafe serving up tasty treats on Myrtle Beach’s tattoo row

Aftercare Café was launched to nourish tattoo artists who work long hours at Tattoo Plaza on Seaboard Street in Myrtle Beach, but it has evolved into a hot destination spot.

“There are 54 tattoo artists and 100 employees in this plaza,” Robert Lanz said on Dec. 18. He is a tattoo artist who owns Elite Ink Tattoos. “They work 12-hour shifts and eat all day long.”

Imagine what a restaurant would look like if three talented body artists were set loose to decorate it...

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