Myrtle Beach Restaurants
Angelo’s is an All-You-Can-Eat Italian buffet, located in Myrtle Beach. Many go there to feast on their tasty Italian cuisine. Most diners leave Angelo’s as a “steak convert”. The steaks are perfectly aged, seasoned with Angelo’s “secret ingredients” which is served on a sizzling platter.
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Collector’s Café is a one of a kind place for a food and art connoisseur. Locals and tourist alike enjoy the Mediterranean cuisine and the swanky European coffee house. Collector’s Café has a variety of six different rooms with decor from sophisticated works of art to large original pieces to dine in.
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Famous chef Aaron Sanchez has released a new menu that everyone visiting Myrtle Beach, SC needs to try. Before you enjoy your favorite artist and groove the night away, feast on some comfort food that is bold and classy. The Crossroads The St. Louis Ribs, Shrimp and Grits, and Cornbread with Maple Butter and Jalapeno are a Southern favorite.
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It's always 5 o'clock at Jimmy Buffett's Landshark Bar and Grill. If you are looking for American foods inspired by “beach joints” along the Atlantic coast, then try the menu at LandShark Bar and Grill. The food is prepared with an authentic coastal twist and paired best with an ice cold LandShark.
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When you walk through the doors, you may notice the chef-coat service or wine display. But Bonefish Grill left the stuffiness and unpronounceable menu out. The polished casual setting helps you relax and celebrate – even if the occasion you’re celebrating is just dinner.
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The Liberty Tap Room & Grill is found in several locations throughout South Carolina, and yet completely manages to avoid a chain establishment feel. Focusing on the small town pride and the patriotism of the clientele, The Liberty Tap Room & Grill manages to convey home-style warmth without sacrificing quality or taste.
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If you happen to be in the Myrtle Beach area touring the Boardwalk, taking in the sights, or visiting for the opportunity play some of the hottest golf courses in the nation, remember to stop in for a bite at Amici's Bistro & Brick Oven Pizzeria.
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Close to several Myrtle Beach attractions and golf courses is the Capriz Italian Feast restaurant. With an all-you-can eat menu, it is highly recommended that you stop in for some tasty food but remember to pace yourself so you can enjoy all that they offer.
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Located on Murrells Inlet on the waterfront is the rustic, nautical atmosphere and spectacular views of Creek Ratz Restaurant and Bar. With indoor and outdoor dining that overlooks the Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk, Creek Ratz has something to offer the entire family.
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Plenty comes to mind when visitors step through the door into Good Time Charley's located on Broadway on the Beach. This unique eatery is one of the most favored in Myrtle Beach thanks to extensive menu options, unmatched food service, and flavorful dishes.
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Joe's Crab Shack is a taste worthy seafood restaurant in Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach. This is one of the most favored tourist locations in terms of places to eat. Considering the family fun atmosphere, gorgeous boardwalk view, and tasty seafood dishes. Learn more about Joe’s Crab Shack »
The words Key West bring to mind an image of refreshing white sand beaches, tropical crystalline waters, gorgeous views and a flavor like no other. Key West Grill in Myrtle Beach emphasizes upon those keywords to create one of the most unique atmospheres and flavorful dishes. Learn more about Key West Grill »
First began as a family run eatery in 1947, Landry's Seafood House was a popular choice among the people of Lafayette, Louisiana. From there it expanded to its first official site in Katy, Texas. Eventually, word of the tasty food served by Landry's spread and now the establishment is open in twenty-four different locations, including the lively tourist hotspot of Myrtle Beach.
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Liberty is a word that means many different things to many different people. At Liberty Steakhouse and Brewery, the word defines the ability to celebrate the American farmer that puts such a sustaining bounty on our plates.
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For the ultimate in dining experience, there is no other place in Myrtle Beach like the award winning Sea Captain's House. This oceanfront restaurant offers amazing food and amazing views. Featured in Southern Living Magazine, this restaurant has repeatedly been awarded as the "Best Seafood Restaurant" around.
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The Noizy Oyster is a Myrtle Beach favorite among both tourists and locals looking for fresh regional seafood. This sumptuous establishment offers Maryland style seafood with a southern food twist of comfort. In its third season, the family owned and operated restaurant has brought with it from Maryland, all the cooking traditions made famous the folks living in Maryland.
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The Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery is a Celtic-themed, somewhat risqué pub located at Broadway on the Beach. Famously known for its "kilt girls", the restaurant has been raising eyebrows for quite some time, and giving other optimism that the venue will boost local business. The 8,500 square foot pub can seat up to 275 with more seating available on the outside deck that overlooks a serene lake.
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Situated on the waterway in North Myrtle Beach, Captain Poo's has become the locals favorite hangout as well as returning visitors. Relax on a picnic table overlooking the intracoastal and watch the boats cruise by or sit at the bar and watch one of the several tv's mounted on the wall while munching on some hot wings and drinking an ice cold beer.
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Greg Norman's Australian Grille is located on the Intracoastal Waterway at Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach, SC. An upscale fine dining restaurant featuring Australian fare, dinners include fresh seafood, steaks, chicken, rack of lamb and much more.
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Benny Rappa's Trattoria, located in the heart of North Myrtle Beach, has become one of the most talked about Italian Restaurants in the area. It's unique chalkboard menu and quaint atmosphere attracts visitors and locals alike.
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