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10 Awesome Restaurants in Myrtle BeachMyrtle Beach
"This longtime Murrells Inlet standby sits right on the water and is always a big hit with diners from near and far. Jack's booty, of course, comes in the form of fresh-from-sea numbers that are prepared to taste - grilled, blackened, saut�ed or fried. From specialty dinners like Grouper Royale topped with crabmeat and b�arnaise sauce to the substantial combination platter that allows you to pair up your choice of flounder, shrimp, oysters, deviled crab, scallops and creek shrimp, it's all good here."
"Seafood takes center stage at Drunken Jack’s, where they serve it up fried, boiled or blackened and accompanied by delicious hush puppies. Prices are in the $20-$30 range unless you opt for the Drunken Jack’s Shore Dinner, which includes a soup or shrimp starter and a seafood feast of flounder, shrimp, oysters, deviled crab and a lobster tail all for $40.95. If eating from the sea is not for you, steak, chicken and pasta are also available."
"Stopped here on way back from a long bike ride around 4pm, just as they were opening...we were starving and hopeful of good meals... We were seated immediately…”more"
"The Hot Fish Club is perfect for a night out on the town, and can accommodate a variety of allergy-specific diets. Hot Fish Club specializes in seafood and steak, so we recommend their Surf & Turf platter to taste a little bit of everything. Their Flounder Platter hits the spot when you're looking for something fresh but not too filling."
"Yamato’s claims to be South Carolina’s original Japanese Steakhouse. The dining room is dim and communal with the clinking and clattering of utensils on the flat top griddle only interrupted by random spurts of laughter, thrilled by the Teppanyaki theatrics – most people are in awe of the onion volcano but the showstopper is when the chef molds the mound of rice into the shape of an heart and then uses his spatula to make it look like its beating. If you’re fortunate, chef Ken will roll his cart to your table."
"Found at Myrtle Beach hot spot Broadway at the Beach and known as the “best-tasting show in Myrtle Beach” since 1996, this casual Japanese restaurant offers a range of Tappanyaki treats such as hibachi-cooked chicken, shrimp, steak, lobster and scallops, all served with fried rice and fresh vegetables. A selection of sushi and sashimi offerings is also available here. Visit to see the full menu."
"Good food.I got there in time for the special and ordered two which was much less than the regular price. Was disappointed they didn't..."
"Located in The Market Common, the Seacoast Artists Guild & Gallery gives local artists the opportunity to both practice their craft and to sell their works. Workshops, lecture series and special sales make this place a must-see for artsy types."
"Right around the corner from Studio B is the Seacoast Artists Guild and Gallery. This gallery focuses more on local artists from around the Lowcountry, and like Studio B is highly regarded by residents and visitors alike."
"We can’t promise you’ll see any celebrities wondering the beach while you’re here, but we can promise you can hang out with plenty of them at the Hollywood Wax Museum!. This exciting attraction is fairly new to the Grand Strand but has quickly become a Myrtle Beach favorite. The hand-sculpted wax figures at this museum are so realistic that guests have reported: “ it was like they were going to speak to you!"
"This recent TripShock Traveler Storyexplains why the Hollywood Wax Museum is the perfect activity for families. No visit to Myrtle Beach is complete without a visit to the Hollywood Wax Museum!. Help your children feel like they are on the A-List by posing with famous celebrities."
"The Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum strives to be one of the finest art museums in the Carolinas. With over 11 art galleries that change throughout the year, come experience exhibitions that feature paintings, textiles, sculptures, ceramics, photography, and more!"
"Also right on the beachfront, Mar Vista Grande is a luxury resort option with swanky condo accommodation, which is perfect for large families or groups of friends. The spacious and modern units are individually decorated and come with three or four bedrooms featuring ocean views from balconies, flat-screen TVs, full kitchens, and Jacuzzi tubs. On-site amenities include an indoor and outdoor pool, multiple hot tubs, a spa, and full fitness center."
"Address: 3421 Knoles Street, Myrtle BeachPhone: (843) 839-0959. Start your day with freshly roasted coffee and end the day with a locally brewed beer at Tidal Creek Brewhouse. Tidal Creek beers include sours, German beers, IPAs, and ales and pair perfectly with brats and flatbreads on the shareables menu and sandwiches from the lunch menu."
"Address:The Roasted Bean, 3421 Knowles St, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577. The Roasted Bean is a quaint coffee shop that is situated in the heart of Myrtle Beach as part of the Market Common. Locals love to hang out at this coffee house because it features fresh-roasted coffee and a simple menu."
"The newly opened Tidal Creek Brewhouse is brewing more than great beer and featuring guest beers. They also serve freshly roasted coffee along with Breakfast, Lunch & Shareables."
"Hook & Barrel is one one of the best restaurants in Myrtle Beach for those looking for a more upscale place for dinner. The scallops, whole fried fish, Lobster, Cobb Salad, and Oysters at Hook & Barrel are all beautifully cooked and plated, making for an artistic dinner experience. The southern dish of Pimento Cheese, along with other dips, are available as appetizers at Hook & Barrel."
"Chef Heidi Kukov is the culinary grand dame of Myrtle Beach. Her first endeavor, Croissant’s Bistro & Bakery brought forth build-your-own bloody marys, mango mimosas, and croque madames, launching a spot for brunch snobs. Her most recent project Hook and Barrel is the purest example of the dining scene in Myrtle Beach going from shabby to snazzy."
"This trendy spot is perfect for seafood lovers who like a little happy hour in their lives. The oysters are stupendous, and you’ll enjoy your entire meal in this nautical-themed – yet elegant – gem. With an awesome staff and incredible menu, you’re sure to have a blast at Hook & Barrel."