Category Archives: Restaurant Reviews
There are sandwiches, and then there are “sammiches”. Sandwiches feature a mixture of meats, cheeses and toppings between two slices of bread and may require a napkin. A sammich has a mountain of meats, cheeses and topping between two slices of bread and requires a whole stack of “nakkins” – but that's another story. Here are the top five “sammich” shops on the Grand Strand:
Springtime is bringing increasingly warmer days to the Grand Strand, but cool evenings and especially chilly mornings call for a hot cup of coffee. If you're visiting Myrtle Beach and need a shot of java to get your vacation started, try these five hot spots: Read More
Myrtle Beach may be best known for its seafood, but pizza may be its best-kept secret. Due to the influx of locals and tourists hailing from different parts of the country, the Grand Strand is lucky to have a wide selection in pizza style and flavors. From the thin crust of New York to the thick dough of Chicago, Myrtle Beach has it all. Here are the top five pizza places on the Strand: Read More
Just because you are vacationing in Myrtle Beach doesn't mean you have to miss the big game. In fact, there are so many great sports bars on the Grand Strand that you can stay caught up on all the action while enjoying some vacation fun. Here are the top five:
Experience Asian-fusion cuisine and a New York café atmosphere in the heart of Myrtle Beach at Soho. Located on 21st Avenue North, about one block from the beach, Soho offers a unique menu, a modern environment and a hip vibe. Specializing in steaks, seafood and sushi, Soho has something for everyone. Read More
To call this place an authentic Scottish pub is, well, a bit tilted. Instead of the men wearing long kilts, the waitresses sport a much shorter version of the traditional tartan garb. Read More
Beach bums flock to Bummz Beach Café, and not just because of its oceanfront location. Sure, the best back yard in Myrtle Beach features easy access to and from the ocean and restaurant, but it’s the food, drinks and good times that keep people coming back time after time. Read More
Few might expect to find the “Greatest Steaks in the Universe” at an Italian restaurant, but Angelo’s has been serving up both for more than three decades in Myrtle Beach. In fact, Angelo’s has gotten so popular over the years that it recently relocated to a new and larger building about three blocks south of the old location. Read More
Nourish your body and soul at the House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach, where the food is much like the musical genres it celebrates. Take some spicy jazz from New Orleans, some bluesy barbecue from Memphis and some smoking sounds from the south side of Chicago and let the magical musicians in the kitchen do the rest for a spread of Southern cooking and soul-food favorites. Read More
Escape to an island of seafood and good times at Bimini’s Oyster Bar on Restaurant Row in Myrtle Beach. This unassuming strip-mall establishment has been in business since 1985 and has a nice crowd of regulars and visitors who swear by Bimini’s seafood dishes and friendly service. Read More
Myrtle Beach may be best known for seafood, but it also happens to be located in the South’s barbecue belt. That’s why you can find plenty of places offering traditional Southern BBQ alongside the seafood buffets. Here are five can’t-miss hot spots offering some of the best BBQ on the Grand Strand: Read More
Food aficionados and beer snobs alike can agree on at least one place in Myrtle Beach – Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery. Featuring fresh steaks and seafood as well as a wide selection of beers brewed on-site, Liberty is an ideal location to take a refueling stop while shopping at Broadway at the Beach. Read More
The place for free concerts, flavorful food and waterfront dining
Great food, awesome live music and delightful views make the Boathouse Waterway Bar & Grill the ideal place to take a date, gather with your buddies or make new friends. This Intracoastal Waterway-front restaurant owns Sundays in Myrtle Beach, drawing hundreds of people for its popular Summer Concert Series featuring past acts like Skid Row, Coolio, The Wailers and The Blue Dogs. Read More
Cheer for your favorite team while you indulge in great food and spirits!
With the NFL Super Bowl and March Madness just around the corner, this little neighborhood bar is the place to see all the sporting action while you enjoy scrumptious food, best buddies and a relaxed, casual atmosphere. Numerous flat-screen HDTVs enable die-hard sports fans to keep up with all the live action while a great selection of beers on tap keep you quenched. Read More
Valentine’s Day is typically a day that focuses on the evening – a romantic night out with a candle-lit dinner. Or maybe sharing a nice dinner and a movie. But what about lunch? The week of Valentine’s Day I decided to celebrate by going on a Valentine’s lunch date with my sister to Croissants Bistro & Bakery.
When thinking of a special place to dine out instead cooking, Miyabi's is always a unique choice. Not only is your meal prepared for you, but it cooked right in front of you. It’s a magic show with fire flames, flying shrimp, and spinning knives. If you’re looking for a place to make dinner a memorable show on Valentine’s Day, Miyabi's is just the place! Since the tables are bigger to incorporate large parties, my girlfriends and I decided to eat there for a Valentine’s Day Ladies’ Night Out.
Just a short drive through Little River leads to a quaint restaurant, The Parson’s Table. The restaurant is located in a refurbished church and is beautiful with its wooden floors and stained glass windows. The atmosphere is warm and inviting, and is the perfect place for my date and I to celebrate Valentine’s Day this year.
Flying Fish, located in Barefoot Landing, is a great spot to meet up for Happy Hour after work or with a group of friends on the weekend. That’s right – they even offer Happy Hour on Saturdays and Sundays! You gotta love a place that’s this happy every day.
For a fun Valentine’s dinner at a restaurant that has excellent food and an intimate ambiance, my date and I chose to go to SoHo in Myrtle Beach.
Walking in, our eyes adjust to the darkened interior and we are escorted to a small table. The closeness of the tables, candles and lighting all offer us a cozy atmosphere. We have been here before so we immediately order our favorite appetizer and a bottle of wine.
Gray days got you feeling glum? Inject your soul with a little sunshine Myrtle Beach style.
A beach vacation has a way of turning up the light in your life. Maybe it’s the whisper of an ocean breeze. Or the way the sunshine shimmers on the sea. Or the salty smell of the cool air wafting through your hotel balcony door. Or maybe it’s the variety of fun things you can do in this beachfront community.
Go from dull to delighted with these seven ideas for turning up the fun dial during your Myrtle Beach vacation: Read More
There is nothing more romantic than dining with a waterfront view. The rise and fall of ocean waves, the way the sun glistens off the water’s surface, soaring sea birds or cruising watercraft have a way of enhancing your dining experience.
There are numerous waterfront eateries along the Grand Strand, but here are five of our favorite spots: Read More
Waterfront dining at it's Best.
Greg Norman's can also be traveled to by boat. This beautiful restaurant has an amazing indoor dining room and bar. However, it is also known for its gorgeous waterfront views. Many locals enjoy pulling their boats up and docking at Greg Norman's. Enjoy your dinner outside while listening to the live music. This is an experience you do not want to miss on your next Myrtle Beach trip. You will love the food and atmosphere paired with their friendly staff and amazing views.
Established in 1930, this Myrtle Beach oceanfront restaurant offers a complete menu for a wide range of tastes. Serving three meals daily, 7 days every week, you can start your day when they open and finish up with a night cap when they close. Their breakfast menu offers gourmet delicacies such as a Brie and Bacon omelet, crab cakes benedict, and a seafarers omelet all designed to set your day off on the right foot. The Sea Captain’s lunch specials include several fresh salads, grilled pork chops, a bacon-brie burger, and Jambalaya perfectly composed for a quick bite to eat before running back to the office. Read More
Do yourself a favor and stop into Hakata Hibachi House located at 9713 North King's Highway Suite 101. This awesome little spot overlooks the Intercoastal Waterway and serves up some of the
BEST Hibachi and sushi on the Grand Strand. The only thing you will love more than their food is their LOW prices. So stop by Hakata sit on their back deck and watch the boats go by, listen to some music, sip on a cocktail and enjoy some amazing food! Oh and they DELIVER !!! Read More
The Chesapeake House is located on Restaurant Row and has been family owned and operated for 41 years. That's right 41 years. Obviously, they know what they are doing when it comes to Seafood. They have some of the BEST Seafood on the Beach!! It's local and FRESH as it comes. They have an in-house bakery that makes fresh hush puppies and cinnamon rolls that come to the table daily. Check them out and sit on their lake and watch the alligators go by! I recommend the fried Seafood platter!
21 Main, located in front of North Beach Plantation, is an amazing addition to Myrtle Beach. They not only have some of the best steaks in town, but they are also serving some of the freshest and best sushi on the beach. If you are looking for a new place to have a fabulous experience you need to check them out, especially for their happy hour specials daily. 21 Main is an upscale dining experience. If you have not been then you need to do yourself a favor and go to 21 Main.
A Hidden Jewel… and Local's Favorite
Do yourself a favor and come visit one of the local’s favorite hang outs. The Anchor Café is an amazing place to come for happy hour or a fabulous lunch. Enjoy being on the water , feeling the cool breeze and watching the boats go by, all while sipping on your favorite beverage. This is truly a must do while you are in town. The views are amazing and so is the food! This is one of my favorite places to go after work, before a night out or just for lunch. The Anchor Café is a casual, fun spot any time of the day serving up burgers, along with a delicious selection of appetizers, fresh salads, sandwiches and signature drinks. Read More
The Best Pizza on the Grand Strand – Ultimate California Pizza. This video is shot at the Market Common location. Come taste the BEST pizza you have ever had at one of their many locations. A proud memeber of the Divine Dining Group.