10 Hot Restaurants to Try During Myrtle Beach Restaurant Week
January 9, 2017
Restaurant Week South Carolina is a celebration of the culinary treats of the state. Local restaurants participate in Myrtle Beach Restaurant Week with special menus and discounts, giving food lovers the change to try out the best dining spots at the beach at a great price. This year’s event is set for January 12-22, 2017.
Some of the biggest names in dining feature special three-course menus sure to delight your taste buds. Check out these great restaurants participating in Myrtle Beach Restaurant Week:
Enjoy three courses for $35 at 21 Main at North Beach. The first course is your choice of Collard Green Wontons, paired with Boursin cheese and finished with a Thai chili sauce; Fried Green Tomato Caprese, with imported Buffalo Mozzarella finished with a balsamic reduction and California olive oil; or Portobello Stuffed Mushrooms, with prosciutto and exotic mushrooms with a salad of arugula, lemon and a balsamic reduction. Entree selections include Ricotta Gnocchi and Seafood Etouffee with crawfish, shrimp and andouille sausage in a classic creole stew; Char Grilled Pork topped with portobello mushrooms and provolone served with Boursin whipped potatoes, roasted asparagus and a sage demi glaze; Pollo Scallopini with mixed artichoke hearts, capers and prosciutto over angel hair pasta with a lemon beurre blanc; 21 Main Delmonico with mushroom risotto; or Beef Short Rib with fingerling potatoes. Desserts include chocolate spring rolls or Turtle Cheesecake.
Treat yourself to a special Restaurant Week dinner menu at Aspen Grille for just $30 per person (add a wine flight for $15). This three-course meal includes a choice of starter like Fried Field Pea Cakes with chipotle aioli or the Aspen Grille House Salad with balsamic viniagrette. Entree options include Creekstone Farms Beef Brisket with mashed sweet potatoes and bacon braised collard greens, Pan Seared Local Snapper on cheddar grits with asparagus and tarragon lime creme fraiche; and Roasted Free Range Chicken on mashed yukon gold potatoes with asparagus and mushroom jus. Dessert is a choice of Warm Apple Crumble with caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream, or Flourless Chocolate Cake with raspberry sorbet.
The Brentwood Restaurant & Wine Bistro, known for fine French cuisine in Little River, is serving a three-course Prix Fixe menu for $28/person. Two glasses of wine can be added to the meal for $10. The first course is a choice of Pear & Blue Cheese Salad, French Onion Soup, Goat Cheese Salad, or She Crab Soup. Second Course is a choice between Chicken Brentwood served with sautéed mushrooms, baby spinach, mornay sauce and chef’s potato; Flounder Almondine served with rice pilaf, toasted almonds, sautéed vegetables and lemon butter sauce; Pork Filet Calvados served with carmalized apples, chef’s potato, and apple brandy demi; Salmon au Tarragon served with rice pilaf, sautéed vegetables, lime and tarragon sauce; and Butternut Squash Ravioli served with roasted chestnut and parmesan cream sauce. The third course is a choice from French Apple Tart a la Mode, Blueberry Bread Pudding, Fondant au Chocolat, and Raspberry Sorbet.
The oceanfront Cafe Amalfi, located in the Myrtle Beach Hilton, is serving a special three-course menu for $30/person. The first course includes your choice of House Salad or 50/50 Caesar Salad with baby kale, romaine hearts, torn croutons and parmesan cheese. Second course is a choice of Grilled Bistro Steak with potato croquettes, asparagus, Cipollini onions and Romesco sauce; Blackened Mahi with smoked gourda risotto, cherry tomato gastrique, and honey-lemon roasted radishes; or Roasted Roma Tomato Risotto with grilled chicken, asparagus, eggplant and Parmesan cheese. The third course is a Strawberry Shortcake or Seven Layer Chocolate Cake.
Castano’s Restaurant Week menu ($30/person) starts with your choice of Homemade Broccoli & Cheddar Soup or The Stack” which is local beefsteak tomatoes with slices of mozzarella and diced basil, topped with herb infused oil and balsamic reduction.The second course includes your choice of 6 oz Center Barrel Cut of Filet topped with a red wine demi glaze, served with seasoned potato wedges and the chef’s vegetable of the day; Potato & Horseradish Encrusted Salmon served with an asparagus risotto and the chef’s vegetable of the day; or Pennies Ala Vodka mixed with sliced Italian sausage & topped with parmesan. The third course is a choice of Chocolate Chip Canoli or Chef’s Bread Pudding of the Day.
Croissants Bistro & Bakery is offering a three-course prix fixe menu for $20 per person. The first course is a choice of French Onion Soup or Petite Chicken Salad Croissant. The second course includes a choice of Shrimp & Grits or Eggs Benedict.The final course is any slice of Cake or Individual Pastry (Excludes mini cakes or desserts for two.)
The Parson’s Table in Little River is offering a three-course menu for $30/person. Starters include Fried Green Tomatoes with goat cheese and sweet red bell pepper coulis; Sesame Seared Tuna with soy, ginger, wasabi, apricot glaze, toasted sesame seeds, and pickled ginger; and She Crab Soup with fresh crabmeat, crab roe, and sherry. Entrees are accompanied by a cheese spread, mixed green salad with house vinaigrette, cornbread, fresh vegetables, and a choice of garlic and leek mashed Yukon gold potato, carrot and sweet potato puree, roasted rosemary fingerling potatoes, or basmati rice. Entrees include: 8-oz Slow Roasted Prime Rib of Beef served with au jus; New Zealand Half Rack of Lamb with roast shallot medeira demi-glaze; Cornbread Encrusted Iceland Haddock with tomato, bacon, and butter sauce; or Sauteed Chicken Breast with leeks, wild mushrooms, amd madeira cream sauce. Desserts are Mango Sorbet, Chocolate Mousse au Kahlua, and Keylime Pie.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House, located on the Intracoastal Waterway, is serving a three-course menu for $40/person. Start off with your choice of Steak House Salad with a choice of dressing or Louisiana Seafood Gumbo, featuring onions, celery, garlic, bell pepper, okra, shrimp, crabmeat and Andouille sausage. The second course includes a choice of Petite Filet, Salmon Filet served broiled and seasoned with lemon, butter, and parsley; or Stuffed Chicken Breast stuffed with garlic-herb cheese and served with lemon butter. Dessert is a White Chocolate Bread Pudding with Sweet Cream Sauce. Several Restaurant Week bonuses on additional sides and appetizers are also available.
Vintage Twelve, located at Kingston Plantation, is serving a three-course menu for Restaurant Week for $30/person. The first course is a choice of Creamy Vidalia Onion Soup or Grilled Romaine with house made croutons, confit garlic, parmesan crisp, and Caesar dressing. The second course is the choice of Steak and Shrimp which is Cajun seasoned ribeye with garlic butter shrimp, bleu cheese grits, and roasted asparagus; Crispy Chicken with sweet potato puree, baby carrots, and honey sriracha; or Seared Grouper with garlic oil charred ribeye, house made gnocchi, spinach cream, and roasted heirloom tomatoes.The third course is Peach Cobbler or Strawberry Shortcake.
Located at the Marina Inn on the Intracoastal Waterway, Waterscapes Restaurant is serving a three-course menu for $32/person. The first course is a choice of Oyster Stew or WaterScapes Salad with mixed greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, and carrots. The second course is a choice of 5 oz Filet Mignon served with truffle potato puree, French beans, beef jus, bernaise aioli & caramelized shallots or Seared Salmon served over wilted kale, green lentil salsa, and basil vin blanc. Dessert is a choice of Chocolate Bread Pudding or Crème Brulee.