Local's are passionate about their favorite places to dine and enjoy an occasional
happy hour and Myrtle Beach offers a variety of dining experiences for the
discerning palatte. From fine dining to a place to kick back and enjoy time
with your besties, check out some of these local favorites in the Myrtle Beach area.
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Looking for a great happy hour? Look no further than Aspen Grille, which features specials like Wine Down Wednesdays. Their food is also exquisite, and offers some of the freshest seafood in the Myrtle Beach area. It's a real treat.
If you're taking a day trip to Conway, you'd be doing your taste buds a favor by stopping into Crady's Eclectic Cuisine on Main Street. Their fresh food has garnered it national recognition and their desserts are a delicious ending to any meal.
Five Favorite Breakfast/Brunch Spots in Central Myrtle Beach
Croissants Bistro and Bakery offers up award-winning breakfast Monday through Friday, and a mouth-watering brunch on Saturdays. A tip from us; don't leave without buying a few of their amazing baked goods to save for later.
The historic Sea Captain's House boasts a wonderful brunch buffet with a number of delicious selections such as crab cakes eggs benedict and made-to-order omelets. That first cup of coffee goes down even better with an incredible view of the Atlantic Ocean.
Steamed oysters are a delicacy in the Myrtle Beach area, and the Hot Fish Club offers some of the best around. Located in Murrells Inlet, otherwise known as the "seafood capital of South Carolina", this local treat can be enjoyed along with one of the best views in the Grand Strand.
Ice cream and the beach go hand-in-hand, and Kirk's Ice Cream Parlor is the place to go for that cold, creamy treat in the Myrtle Beach area. It's old-fashioned décor and wonderful flavors will definitely make that sweet tooth happy.
A popular local beach bar, Ocean Annie's offers daily live music starting at 11 a.m. and continues for the next 12 hours. Their electric lemonade is a satisfying beverage to enjoy while taking in a view of the Atlantic.
Once home to a church in the 1800s, The Parson's Table is now a popular Myrtle Beach area restaurant specializing in Carolina cuisine such as shrimp and grits. The vast wine selection ensures you'll have that perfect complement to a wonderful meal.
Looking for a local favorite that has a hip, urban setting that looks like South Beach meets Myrtle Beach? Then make sure and give the Sea Blue Wine Bar and Restaurant a chance. Their renowned wine list is the most extensive in the Myrtle Beach area. The eatery truly offers a great night out on the town.
Those looking to get their fix of that wonderful Lowcountry concoction known as chicken bog should look no further than Shorty's Grill in the local community of Loris. This area restaurant is a true hidden gem, and offers wonderful food that is sure to please the whole family.