Myrtle Beach Brunch Guide
There is nothing more relaxing than sleeping in a little later than usual and enjoying a hearty meal while enjoying endless ocean vistas. But what do you eat – breakfast? Lunch? How about both?
Brunch is the perfect compromise when you can’t exactly decide what you are craving and is an essential to any great beach vacation.
Wondering where you can find the best Brunch in Myrtle Beach? We have rounded up the top 5 brunch spots – check one out during your next Myrtle Beach Vacation:
Croissants Bistro & Bakery
Croissants Bistro offers a touch of sophistication and class to the traditional brunch fare. This lowcountry bistro offers a distinctive French flare to their cuisine, making it unlike anything else in the area. Enjoy something classic like the buttermilk pancakes, biscuits and gravy, or the quiche du jour or indulge in something different like the croquet monsieur, crab cake benedict, mardi gras omelette, or one of their many stuffed crepe offering. Brunch is served Saturday from 8am – 4pm and Sunday from 10am – 2pm; Call (843) 448-2253 for more information.
Crossroads at House of Blues
The Myrtle Beach House of Blues offers more than the area’s best music; their gospel brunch has become an area staple. Each week, the House of Blues hosts a lively gospel brunch that keeps guests coming back time and time again. The brunch is served buffet style and features every brunch staple imaginable – pastries and breads, eggs, biscuits and gravy, sausage, bacon, creole jambalaya, and so much more. You won’t want to miss out on their famous chicken and waffles! Enjoy your meal while you listen to the sultry soulful tunes of live gospel music. Brunch is served on Sundays from 9am – 2pm; Call (843) 272-3000 for more information.
Consistently voted “best brunch at the beach”, Chestnut Hill has mastered their craft. Their brunch has been an area favorite for over 20 years and will remain so for many years to come. The extensive buffet style brunch offers a wide array of hot and cold items. Enjoy fresh local shrimp, a variety of pasta and fresh cut salads, breads and pastries, and even fresh smoked oysters. Then, dig into their southern fried chicken, seafood creole, grilled pork chops, grilled quail, and more. Chestnut Hill is a great place for families and serves brunch from 10 am – 2:30 every Sunday. Call (843) 449-3984 for more information.
Gulf Stream Café
Located on the south end of the Grand Strand at Garden City Beach, Gulf Stream Café boasts the best views in the area. Their unique location on the Garden City peninsula offers guests views of the scenic Murrells Inlet marsh and endless Atlantic vistas. Brunch here is served buffet style and they offer a variety of upscale items, like their make your own omelette station. In addition, your choice of eggs, French toast, grilled chicken, hash browns, biscuits, and fresh veggies. You can also create your own signature drink at their make-your-own Bloody Mary bar. Call (843) 651-8808 for reservations.
Johnny D's Waffles
A newcomer to the Myrtle Beach area, Johnny D's has quickly made a name for itself. Located right along Kings Highway in the old Nibils building, this gem has quickly become a favorite among visitors and locals alike. The fast, friendly service and expansive menu filled with homemade delights keeps guests coming back time and time again. Visitors can enjoy everything from signature omelettes, french toast, pancakes, and waffles (of course!, to sandwiches, burgers, savory skillets, and much more. There is truly something for everyone at Johnny D's! Stop in on weekends to take advantage of $3.50 mimosas (regularly $5). Call (843) 448-6787 for more info.
Where is your favorite spot in Myrtle Beach to greab brunch? Let us know!