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Best Breakfast Restaurants around Myrtle Beach, SC

  By  Ashlee Carson

Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day and these Myrtle Beach restaurants take that job very seriously. Fresh biscuits and homemade pastries, seafood specialties, pancakes, gourmet omelets and Belgian waffles are just a few of the items served at these breakfast restaurants along the Grand Strand. Here, I’ve listed a new place for you to try every day of the week!

Drift – A Coastal Eatery

Drift is fairly new to the Myrtle Beach area, but it’s gotten quite the big name in the breakfast and brunch game. Enter the cool, casual dining room with its unique décor and grab a mimosa from the bar while you wait to be seated. They offer eight different types of eggs benedict including a Pork Belly entrée and Duck. Drift has classic breakfast entrees, breakfast sandwiches, signature omelets and plenty of healthy ways to start your day.


Croissants Bistro & Bakery

SC Restauranteur of the Year and SC Chef Ambassador, Heidi Vukov opened Croissants Bistro & Bakery in 1995 to serve delicious quality comfort food. The quaint café has two locations serving breakfast, brunch and lunch Mondays through Saturdays. Both the smoked salmon and avocado toasts are served on house made sourdough and Croissants also has a quiche du jour and the freshest pastries, cakes, cookies and more for sale throughout the day.


10/Fold Biscuits – A Southern Kitchen

10/Fold Biscuits is brand new to Myrtle Beach in 2021 and you had better bring your appetite! Feast on their scratch-made Southern biscuits topped with items like the Carolina Que with slow-cooked pulled pork and coleslaw or the Nashville Deluxe served with spicy fried chicken and house-made pickled slaw. Don’t forget their yummy sides like Taylor Ham and thick cut bacon.

Golden Egg

Established in 1991, Golden Egg has been a top spot for breakfast along the South Strand. They promise better ingredients “make a better breakfast.” From savory breakfast sandwiches and wraps to traditional Eggs Benedict there’s a little bit for everyone. Share your choice of pancakes, waffles or French toast topped with S’mores, Fluffernutter or even chocolate caramel banana. Join their coffee club for extra perks!

Johnny D’s

Johnny D’s is owned and operated by award-winning chef, Jamie Deskalis. Fall in “love at first waffle” as you gaze down the long list of sweet and savory menu items. Some of our local favorites are the Red Velvet, Coconut Banana French Toast and the Bacon Waffle. Other dishes featured include three-egg omelets, traditional breakfast combos, eggs benedicts and skillets packed with tons of fresh ingredients.



Blueberry’s Grill

Blueberry’s Grill is open seven days a week serving up fresh, made-to-order breakfast that’s simply irresistible. Chef Evi comes up with fun twists on your favorite classics including a Stone Barn Pork Belly Benedict, the Cheezo Rizo skillet, a vegetarian Village Burrito and sweet potato pancakes. If you’re really starving the Monie Cristo is the perfect choice with Virginia ham, smoked turkey, American and Swiss cheeses, battered and fried then topped with powdered sugar.

Sea Captain’s House

If you’re looking for breakfast with a side of oceanfront views, then this is the place for you! The iconic Sea Captain’s House is possibly one of the most well-known restaurants on the Grand Strand and there are plenty of great reasons why. The breakfasts are “fit for a Captain” and each table in the restaurant has views of the Atlantic. Enjoy Crab Cakes Benedict, blueberry pancakes, eggs made your way, breakfast quiche or even a trip to the Breakfast Buffet.


And there are even more restaurants to choose from on our EAT page! Enjoy all your favorite foods - and discover new dishes - while vacationing at The Beach!

Ashlee Carson

Ashlee Carson grew up in Northwest Ohio but has lived in Myrtle Beach since graduating from the University of Central Florida in Spring of 2006 with a B.A. in Advertising and Public Relations. She was a former Public Relations intern at the Chamber of Commerce in the Summer of 2005 where her excitement for writing about Myrtle Beach began. Ashlee has two children, and loves boating, the beach, fishing and exploring everything the Grand Strand has to offer.