They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day so we came up with a list of 10 favorite places to start your Myrtle Beach, South Carolina day:
Croissants Bistro and Bakery
Serving breakfast weekdays between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. and brunch on the weekends, Croissants Bistro and Bakery a local’s favorite for fine dining in a casual atmosphere. Find fresh food and creative recipes at the award-winning eatery. Croissants now has two locations in Myrtle Beach. Visit website.
Johnny D's Waffles and Breakfast
Johnny D’s is a favorite among locals and visitor’s for fresh, scratch-made waffles, pancakes and French toast. You’ll find classic breakfast and lunch options on the menu plus decadent creations by Chef Jamie Saunders. The red velvet waffle is a treat you must try. The recently opened a second location in North Myrtle Beach. Visit website.
National House of Pancakes
The name says it all! They serve breakfast between 6:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. They have a variety of pancakes, omelets and waffles, and breakfast items. Visit website.
Cypress Room at Island Vista
Serving famous Southern breakfast starting at 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The dining room is oceanfront and they also have an outdoor veranda. Visit website.
Looking for quick service or breakfast on the go? Benjamin’s Bakery in Surfside Beach has you covered with breakfast sandwiches, bagels, and pastries. Enjoy cozy seating and local artwork inside the café. Visit website.
Crepe Creation Cafe
Serving breakfast daily starting at 8 a.m. Located in The Market Common, this family-owned and run restaurant serves up delicious sweet and savory crepes, Benedicts, omelets, and breakfast bowls. Visit website.
Tupelo Honey Cafe
If you want southern comfort, look no further than brunch at Tupelo Honey in The Market Common. Find classic southern dishes with a modern creative twist. Checkout the house-made bloody marys, the sweet potato pancakes, and the grit bowls. Visit website.
Magnolia's at 26th
A favorite in Myrtle Beach, Magnolia's offers a full southern breakfast buffet, traditional American lunch, and dinner with seafood and steaks. Don't miss Magnolia's! Visit website.
Eggs Up Grill
Since 1997 this Rhode Island and Greek-inspired traditional American eatery offers a fantastic breakfast and lunch. Enjoy 7 locations in the area including the one in the heart of Myrtle Beach at 38th Avenue North and U.S. 17 Bypass! Visit website.
Since 1962, Bob Evans Restaurants of Ohio have grown to more than 550 restaurants in 18 states and three locations in Myrtle Beach. Enjoy traditional American breakfast, lunch, and dinner from a broad menu of farm-fresh items. Visit website.