We couldn’t agree more! River City Café is a local chain that offers several locations throughout the Grand Strand. Known for “bigger than your head” burgers, variety is what differentiates this burger joint from the rest, with over 25 unique selections that range form classic to creative. They also offer other options like chicken or turkey burgers, gourmet hotdogs, and fried baskets for those in the mood for something different. Call (843) 448-1990 for the Myrtle Beach 21st Avenue location.
Fresh seafood is just what we’d recommend at Sea Captain’s House. This oceanfront eatery has been a Myrtle Beach tradition for almost 100 years and shows no sign of slowing down any time soon! Classic seafood entrees made with local products are what you can expect and catches vary daily with what’s caught. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, there are plenty of opportunities to try out this area favorite! Call (843) 448-8082 for more information.
Nacho Hippo Mexican Cantina is just the place for gourmet tacos and other south of the border fare. Located within the scenic Market Common venue, this affordable restaurant serves up tasty treats like tacos, quesadillas, soups and salads, appetizers, and famous heaping nacho plates. Nacho Hippo also offers $3 fresh squeezed margaritas daily, making it easy to wash down your favorite treat. Call (843) 839-9770 for more information.
“UCP”, as it is commonly known among locals, is consistently voted “best of the beach” and after one bite you’ll see why! The pizza here is, well, whatever you want it to be! Guests can choose from several of Ultimate California Pizza’s signature pizzas or design their own signature concoction. Guests can also choose a whole-wheat crust or a gluten free crust. Friendly, fast, and affordable – that’s what UCP does best. Call (843) 626-8900 for the Kings Highway location in central Myrtle Beach.
Excellent choice, Jane! If you are looking for a lively atmosphere, great grub, and tasty drinks, make plans to head over to Margaritaville, conveniently located at Broadway at the Beach. Inspired by Jimmy Buffet himself, the king of the beach lifestyle, Margaritaville offers fantastic burgers and other classic beach fare like fish & chips, coconut shrimp, fish tacos, and more. Additionally, guests can enjoy a wide variety of fresh, handmade margaritas and other “boat drinks”. Call (843) 448-5455 to get your party started!
You won’t find any argument here! Captain George’s Seafood, located on the corner of Highway 17 and 29th Avenue North, this casual seafood buffet offers anything and everything you can imagine… and more. Visitors can enjoy their fill of everything from shrimp, scallops, oysters, crab legs, flounder, to clams, mussels, softshell crab, fresh local catches, and so much more. And, you can’t forget about the decadent home-style sides and homemade desserts! Call (843) 916-2278 for more information or reservations.
Did someone say steak? That’s right! The best steaks on the strand, in fact! Angelo’s Steak & Pasta is a favorite among visitors and locals alike, and it’s not hard to figure out why. This classic Italian eatery offers several hand-cut selections of prime steak that are served on piping hot plates that sizzle when they are brought out. As if that wasn’t enough, Angelo’s also offers a full home-style Italian menu and a full Italian buffet. There’s something for everyone at this beach favorite! Call (843) 444-2794 for more information.
We had tons of guests name restaurants along the MarshWalk so we felt that they all deserved a shout out. Murrells Inlet is the seafood capital of the entire state and fresh, local seafood is just what you can expect to find… and so much more.
MarshWalk Restaurants Include:
· Bovine’s Woodfired Specialties
· Wahoo’s Raw Bar & Marina
· Drunken Jacks Restaurant & Lounge
· Captain Dave’s Dockside
· Creek Ratz
· Bubba’s Love Shack
· Dead Dog Saloon
· Wicked Tuna
All eight restaurants are connected via an inlet-front boardwalk that offers unbeatable marsh views. The MarshWalk is the perfect place to enjoy great local grub, live music, and an enjoyable evening stroll.
Did we miss anything? What is your favorite Myrtle Beach restaurant? Let us know!