5 Memorable Dining Options in Myrtle Beach

By on October 23, 2015

Myrtle Beach is a favorite vacation spot for travelers from all over the world. It is also an affordable place to soak up the sun, enjoy watersports, and explore the area’s many entertainment options. As you might expect, Myrtle Beach is also a favorite location for foodies. In Restaurant Row and beyond, you’ll find hundreds of options ranging from casual eateries to fine dining restaurants. Here are five options that consistently rank at the top of Myrtle Beach visitors’ lists.

Collector’s Cafe

Collector’s Cafe

Fine art might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of a beach vacation, but that’s just what you’ll get when you visit Collector’s Cafe. This seafood restaurant doubles as an art gallery, featuring paintings, sculptures, and drawings created by local artists. You can enjoy a cup of gourmet coffee while discussing the works on display, then move to the dining area to enjoy some of the freshest seafood available. Lobster, lump crab, and yellow fin tuna feature prominently on the menu. If you’re not a seafood fan, prime rib and other American favorites are also on the menu.

New York Prime

New York Prime restaurant Myrtle Beach

 

Depending on where you live, seafood might not play a prominent role in your local cuisine. In Myrtle Beach, though, seafood is everywhere – it’s difficult to walk even a block in many areas of the city without finding a seafood buffet or other seafood restaurant. If you’ve grown tired of the standard local fare and have a craving for a good steak, New York Prime is the place to go. You can enjoy a hearty New York strip, porterhouse, T-bone, or just about any other cut of aged beef you could imagine. Choose a gigantic baked potato or a generous serving of sauteed onions and mushrooms to complement your steak. New York Prime also features an extensive list of wines to enjoy with your meal.

The Library

The Library restaurant Myrtle Beach

This restaurant, located on Myrtle Beach’s Grand Strand, is a favorite among locals and tourists alike. If you’re looking for attentive service in an upscale atmosphere, you won’t be disappointed by The Library’s refined décor and tuxedoed waitstaff. With selections like strip au poivre, filet mignon and lobster, and duck l’orange, there are plenty of delicious options for everyone in your traveling party. Specialty beers, vintage wines, and rare champagnes are also available. Of course, you should plan on taking care of an exorbitant bill after your meal; however, if you’re going to enjoy one lavish dining experience during your trip, this is the place to do it.

Sea Captain’s House

Sea Captain’s House restaurant Myrtle Beach

With so many seafood options in the city, it can be difficult to choose the best restaurant for your obligatory seafood feast. Sea Captain’s House, a former oceanfront guest house on the Grand Strand, consistently tops Myrtle Beach area “Best Of” lists. The restaurant’s popularity is owed in no small part to its spectacular ocean view. As amazing as the view is, though, the food is no less memorable – Southern favorites like shrimp and grits might just be the highlight of your Myrtle Beach culinary experience.

Bistro 90

Bistro 90 restaurant Myrtle Beach

Like many restaurants in the Greater Myrtle Beach area, Bistro 90 does steak and seafood exceptionally well. It’s main draw, though, is its romantic setting away from the noise and activity of Myrtle Beach’s crowded tourist areas. Located in the tiny village of Longs about 10 miles from North Myrtle Beach, Bistro 90 offers a perfect place to enjoy a quiet, romantic dinner. The restaurant’s fine wines and sumptuous entrees, paired with its quiet, upscale atmosphere, make this spot well worth the drive.

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