Pumpkin drinks. Pecan crumbles. Maple syrup drizzle. Sweet potatoes. Turkey with cranberries.
These are the flavors of fall and they are thriving in the Myrtle Beach area. Here’s a list of some of our favorites, pulled from the top 60 Bites of the area:
Chicken & Waffles, Quigley’s Pint & Plate, Pawleys Island: Quigley’s serves up fried chicken breast over house made sweet potato waffles with honey-pecan butter, smothered in creamy country sausage gravy. Yummy!
Chicken Bog, Shorty’s Grille, Loris: It may not seem like a dish that is specific to fall, but with the Loris Bog Off every October, fall has us dreaming of chicken bog every year. Shorty’s serves up this classic Low Country dish year-round.
Chicken Sous Vide, 21 Main, North Myrtle Beach: While the chicken may be prepared sous vide in a French style, the whipped sweet potatoes and collards, finished with a blackberry sage glaze, makes is distinctly Southern.
Cran-errific, Benjamin’s Bakery & Bistro, Surfside Beach: It’s Thanksgiving on a sandwich, with turkey, cheddar cheese, spinach, tomato and Benjamin's Café cranberry spread on made-from-scratch cranberry multigrain bread, served warm like a Panini.
Duck, Rivertown Bistro, Conway: This flavorful dish features a pan-roasted, five-spice duck breast with roasted cauliflower and sweet potato, kale chips, pumpkin seed brittle, citrus glaze and hibiscus. It screams fall.
Pecan Pancakes, Mammy’s Kitchen, Central Myrtle Beach: Few do pancakes better than Mammy’s. Adding pecans to that goodness is sure to get you moving in the morning.
Wagyu Brisket, Amalfi Café, Central Myrtle Beach: The ocean views are only matched with amazing dishes like this one. Wagyu brisket is grilled and topped with pumpkin bread pudding, bacon braised brussels sprouts and a spiced bourbon glaze.