Dinner in Myrtle Beach
Places to Eat Dinner
What do you want for dinner? We have so much of everything that you will have a tough time picking one place, one cuisine, one on the range from casual to luxe. Hopefully, you’ll be here for long enough to hit all your favorites. It’s true we have some of the best seafood in the country, especially the fresh shrimp, shellfish, crabs and finfish that make up most of South Carolina’s $42 million-a-year-commercial fishing industry. You can have your seafood any way you like it, from our Lowcountry style to sushi. And, beyond that, we have steak houses serving the finest cuts and other places specializing in Asian, Italian and the best of American dishes.
Frequently Asked Questions on Dinner
What time do restaurants typically serve dinner in Myrtle Beach?
Most restaurants in Myrtle Beach serve dinner between 5pm and 10pm, although some may serve dinner earlier or later.
Are there any restaurants that offer gluten-free or vegan dinner options in Myrtle Beach?
Yes, many restaurants in Myrtle Beach offer gluten-free and vegan dinner options. Some popular options include the vegan meatloaf at Gordo's Tacos and Tequila and the gluten-free pasta at Travinia Italian Kitchen.
Are reservations recommended for popular dinner spots in Myrtle Beach?
Yes, it's recommended to make reservations for popular dinner spots in Myrtle Beach, especially during the peak summer season. Some popular dinner spots include Hook and Barrel and The Library Restaurant.