Great ocean-front restaurant at the southern end of the new boardwalk in Myrtle Beach. Located at 2nd Avenue Pier there is a tackle shop on the lower level. The restaurant features beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean, with floor-to-ceiling windows and an open-air lounge. Serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Although the setting is casual, the food is very upscale. Try their Chicora Crab Stickers, Brunswick Bacon Wrapped Shrimp or Sunset Shrimp Stack (fried green tomatoes with creole shrimp salad) for starters. Their seafood entrees are great!
Set in the heart of Old Myrtle Beach, Aspen Grille is where high country meets lowcountry. A seasonal menu offers foods sourced from the best local suppliers. Specialities include prime steaks and market-fresh seafood with a South Carolina Lowcountry twist.
Located at Broadway at the Beach, Landy’s Seafood is a great place for lunch or dinner. Offering an outside deck overlooking the man-made lake, or comfortable indoor seating, this restaurant is open year-round. Their shrimp dishes are mouth-watering, and my husband swears by their E’toufee and Seafood Gumbo. Our favorite dessert there is Bananas Foster! It’s huge–so ask for a 1/2 portion–still large enough to share!
Located in nearby Conway in the historic district, this is great place for lunch while touring the historic and quaint town of Conway. The restaurant serves local seasonal cuisine.
A place to celebrate that special event! Just north of Myrtle Beach in Little River, this restaurant features lowcountry French cuisine. Chef Eric Masson is a French native and holds three degrees from the prestigious Ferrandi Culinary School in Paris. The restaurant also offers its own private wine label. although the menu is seasonal and changes frequently–the Shrimp and Scallops Chardonnay is out of this world (Chef Masson created this award-winning dish during a charity “Iron Chef” competition). The Sea Bass and Lobster Duo is also mouth-watering, as is everything from their Les Poissons & Fruits De Mer menu!