These Myrtle Beach steakhouses feature some of the juiciest cuts of steak.
Restaurants & Dining

Best Steaks in Myrtle Beach

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By MyrtleBeach.com
May 31, 2017

Meat-lovers, rejoice! Our loyal visitors weighed in on their favorite restaurants in town to get a juicy steak in our inauguaral Beachie awards. This list of steak houses in Myrtle Beach features 10 top spots that serve some of the freshest and finest cuts of beef around. The list ranges from top-of-the-line fine dining to your favorite local roadhouses.

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Angelo's Steak & Pasta

2311 South Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

Angelo’s Steak and Pasta serves more than 100,000 steaks a year and is consistently listed as a fan favorite restaurant in Myrtle Beach. The steak menu lists ribeyes, New York strip steak, a 24-ounce ribeye or New York strip, Filet Mignon, a Cowboy Chop and a 20 ounce Porterhouse. All steaks are cut, trimmed, seasoned to order and served on a sizzling skillet. Steaks are served with your choice of spaghetti with meat or tomato sauce or a baked potato. If you’re feeling adventurous you can add blue cheese garlic butter to any steak.

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Carolina Roadhouse

4617 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
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Each top choice steak at Carolina Roadhouse is USDA choice Midwestern beef aged at least 30 days and prepared with a charred exterior. Take your pick from a bone-in New York strip, ten-ounce filet mignon or an 11 ounce marinated sirloin. If surf and turf is more your style you can order the filet medallions with fried shrimp. All steak entrees are served with their famous house salad with greens, chopped eggs, almonds, tomatoes, bacon and ham or a Caesar salad.

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Texas Roadhouse

3037 Highway 17 Business S, Murrells Inlet, South Carolina 29576

This nationwide chain is a hotspot for steaks at the beach. The hand-cut selections include a USDA Choice sirloin, New York strip, Bone-in ribeye, Dallas filet and prime rib. Other steak options include: the Road Kill, a chopped steak top with mushrooms, onions and jack cheese, and the Steak Kabob, cooked with onions, tomatoes, mushrooms and peppers served on a bed of rice.

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Ruth's Chris Steak House

8211 Marina Way, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

Ruth’s Chris is a high-end chain known for serving great steaks and sides for 50 years. The Myrtle Beach location overlooks the Intracoastal Waterway and the Grande Dunes marina, a perfect location for a romantic meal or special occasion celebration. Ruth’s Chris serves USDA Prime steaks with a 500-degree sizzle and decadent sides like sweet potato casserole, creamed spinach and spinach au gratin, which are ordered a la carte and served family-style. Baked potatoes and french fries are also available.

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New York Prime

405 28th Ave N, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577

New York Prime is a locals favorite for fine dining in Myrtle Beach. All steaks are USDA Prime and aged 28 days. Selections include New York Strip; Filet; Bone-in Rib Steak; and the Porterhouse for Two. Sides are served in individual or table-size portions and include Creamed Spinach; Asparagus with Hollandaise; and Cheese Mashed Potatoes. Seafood appetizers or sizzling bacon are appetizing starters.

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Damon's Oceanfront

2985 S. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
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Located on the oceanfront in Myrtle Beach, Damon’s also received a Beachies nod for the Best View and we can’t argue with that. The back deck is a great choice to enjoy a meal. Steaks include Sirloin, New York Strip and Prime Rib. Take your steak up a notch with your choice of toppings: blue cheese, sautéed mushrooms or cheesy Rockefeller (spinach and artichoke dip with crispy bacon and melted cheese). Ribs are also a standout on the Damon’s menu.

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Logan's Roadhouse

Multiple Locations - 1136 Oak Forest Ln, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

With locations throughout the U.S., Logan’s Roadhouse is a popular choice for steaks in Myrtle Beach. The hand-cut steaks include the signature Logan; the Onion Brewski Sirloin served with crispy onions, Sam Adams-braised onions and garlic butter in a sizzling skillet; Bone-In Ribeye; Barrel Cut Filet; and a 22 oz. Porterhouse. Top your steak with blue cheese crumbles, sautéed mushrooms, or brewski onions.

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Chuck's Steak House

9695 North Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572

Enjoy casual dining amid rustic elegance” at Chuck’s Steak House on Restaurant Row in Myrtle Beach. The popular restaurant has been open since 1979 and offers up no-frills steaks that are sure to please any palate. Take your pick between several hand-cut sizes of sirloin steaks, New York strip and filet mignon. All dinner entrees include a trip to their famous salad bar, fresh homemade rolls and a baked potato, rice or French fries.

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Longhorn Steakhouse

Longhorn Steakhouse

With locations in Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach, the Longhorn Steakhouse aims to please with an extensive menu that goes far beyond steak. But if you’re in the mood for beef, Longhorn has you covered with options that include the Outlaw Ribeye; Flo’s Filet; and a Fire-Grilled T-Bone. Surf-and-turf options and steak-topped salad are also good choices.

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