Posts from October 2016

Set on the scenic and peaceful resort of The Marina Inn at Grande Dunes, the upscale and romantic Waterscapes is among the area’s finest dining experiences. Dishes are prepared using products from local farmers and friends, including Southern grits from Anson Mills in Columbia, produce from Lee’s Farm in Murrells Inlet and pork from Benton’s Country Farms in Madisonville, Tenn. Executive Chef Corbett Rourk has more than 25 years experience and expertise in all aspects of food preparation and presentation and brings his own special touch to…

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…

When your toddler’s palate is just as discerning as yours, there are a few restaurants we recommend across our 60 miles of coastline that cater to tiny foodies as much as adult ones. 21 Main Settled within the gorgeous North Beach Plantation, 21 Main’s children’s menu includes a 4 oz filet with a side of mashed potatoes. Because everyone deserves a great cut of beef. Tupelo Honey Café A Low Country classic – shrimp & grits – is served in mini portion at this delicious Southern local. Sea Captain’s House Crab cakes are not just tasty, they’re…