New York Prime is a very popular steakhouse in North Myrtle Beach offering fine dining in a supper club atmosphere. They use only the finest USDA prime-only beef, aged to perfection and cooked to order. All filets are barrel cut only so there is no gristle or fat. Crab dishes are made with jumbo lump crab meat and baked potatoes weigh at least one pound each, always fresh. They also offer a full beer, wine, and cocktail menu as well. Find them at 405 28th Avenue North.
Lulu’s Café serves breakfast and lunch in a casual, homey-feeling location. There is a wide deck with picnic tables where you can enjoy French toast, pancakes, eggs, bacon, and more as well as delicious breakfast cocktails, including Bloody Mary’s and mimosas. Enjoy a view of the ocean as you enjoy delicious, home-cooked foods served by a friendly staff. Find them at 1903 North Ocean Boulevard.
Hot Tomato, a New York-style brick oven pizza, and Italian restaurant offers both indoor and outdoor seating. They specialize in hot pizza, cold beer, and good times. All pizza dough is made fresh each day and hand-tossed. They also offer Happy Hour each day from 4 to 7 PM with drink specials and half-price appetizers. Hot Tomato is located at 406 21st Avenue North.
Dirty Don’s Oyster Bar is a Key West-style bar and restaurant serving fresh oysters, wings, and burgers. The local favorite is the Dirty Don’s Dunkin’ Pot containing steamed shellfish, corn on the cob, hot sausages, and potatoes. There is indoor and outdoor seating as well as a full bar. Be sure to try their specialty pitchers of Long Island Iced Tea, Sex on the Beach or the Dirty Don’s Specialty Pitcher. They are located on 21st Avenue North. Like the food? Buy the kitchen a bucket of beer for just $15.
The Shack, located at 1128 Sea Mountain Highway, offers southern cooking at its finest. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner with items like shrimp and grits, fried flounder, grilled chicken, and Frank’s rib-eye. There is also a full bar serving beer, wine, and cocktails.
Magnolia’s at 26th began when a young 18-year old man, married to his high school sweetheart, opened Adrian Handy Mart across from the Conway Mill. A small convenience store with a few tables, the store became known for homestyle cooking. The young man, Bobby Anderson, developed his love of cooking and soon moved to Myrtle Beach where he opened Café Capri. A few years later, he opened Magnolia Café in the basement of the Anderson Inn while still farming and serving his own vegetables on the menu. In 2005, after the Anderson Inn was demolished, Bobby opened Magnolia’s on 26th, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The menu is filled with country comfort food. They offer a breakfast and lunch buffet as well as a full menu. You can also enjoy beer, wine, champagne, or a mimosa with your meal.