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The Myrtle Beach / Grand Strand areas are known for their epic and sprawling dining establishments. From fine dining to niche eateries to reliable chains, you'll never run out of dining experiences during your visit.
Offering an array of fine dining choices including seafood, steaks and pasta created to delight even the pickiest of foodies. Home to the the Monster Bistro Burger, which was recently voted one of the Carolina's Best Burgers by Southern Living.
Located on the uniquely crafted Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk, Bovine's is known for their wood fired steaks, seafood and pizza specialties. Dine and enjoy breathtaking views of the inlet.
If you are tired of the endless mediocre seafood buffets and hunger for some serious down home coastal cookin', come on in to Bubba's Fish Shack in Surfside Beach. Bubba's is the perfect place to take the kids, your golf buddies or your best gal for a great meal.
Carrabba's is best known for its wood-burning grill, inspired by the many tastes of Italy. Signature dishes like Chicken Bryan, Pollo Rosa Maria and of course Marsala, are enhanced by the taste of the grill. Other house specialties include Signature Pastas, with sauces made from scratch every day. Traditional dishes such as Calamari, Margherita Pizza and Chicken Parmesan share the spotlight. Little ones ten and under will enjoy the "Bambini Menu" and pizza dough is offered to keep young customers entertained. A gluten-free menu is also available. Serving dinner nightly and lunch on weekends.
Founded in 2015, Great PeeDee Q is an authentic smokehouse barbecue poised to take over the culinary scene on the southern end of the Grand Strand. It is open daily from 11am to 10pm seven days a week.
The Original "Hot and Hot Fish Club" was founded near the end of the 18th century and was probably the first dining establishment in Murrells Inlet. The first clubhouse was said to be on Drunken Jack Island, located just a few miles south of the present-day Hot Fish Club, near what is now Huntington Beach State Park. Members of the club described their time spent on the island as the happiest hours of their lives. The club was dismantled and finally laid to rest after the Civil War. An ever-shifting sand bar off the coast of Huntington Beach State Park is now all that remains of the original site of the Hot and Hot Fish Club......
King Street Grille is not your average sports bar. Enjoy the coldest beer and enjoy our own unique spin on bar dining. Watch the big game from any area with our complete access to all the major sports packages. Enjoy Happy Hour specials Monday - Friday, 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m......
Located in Pawleys Island, Quigley's Pint & Plate Restaurant features Low Country inspired comfort food along with freshly brewed ales & lagers in an English pub atmosphere. Quigley's is a Smoke Free Establishment......
When you need a comfortable, no hassle place to go with the best burgers on the beach, River City Cafe is your go-to. Rustic and fun, there is no better place to get that one of a kind, juicy, run-down-your-chin, always-made-fresh burger......
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