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Terry’s Top 10: New Restaurants in Myrtle Beach

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By MyrtleBeach.com
May 13, 2011

There's only one thing better than dining out at a nice restaurant, and that's dining out at a nice, NEW restaurant.

Something about the surprise of trying something different makes the taste buds tingle with anticipation, an experience that's better than eating at your favorite establishment.

That's good news for those who are ready for something new and different in Myrtle Beach, where many new restaurants are opening just in time for the summer.

Here are my top 10 new restaurants in Myrtle Beach (within the city alone):

10. Lulu's Cafe

10. Lulu's Cafe

Folks who enjoy comfort food with a modern twist should twist on down to Lulu’s Cafe on Ocean Boulevard, where the 50’s-style dinner opened earlier this year. The menu is huge and includes the basics (traditional breakfasts and lunches) along with such souped-up cousins as a Philly cheesesteak scrambler and fried bologna sandwiches. The eatery stays open 24 hours starting in the summer so you can get your feast on anytime of day.

9. Good Time Charley's

9. Good Time Charley's

Broadway at the Beach welcomes four new restaurants to its lineup, and Good Time Charley’s brings something truly new to the entertainment/shopping complex. As much of a bar as a restaurant, Good Time Charley’s offers god food in a relaxed atmosphere that aims to live up to its name. Located next to Senor Frogs, Good Time Charley’s gives Broadway visitors something different from the cookie-cutter theme restaurant.

8. Carlos 'n Charlies

8. Carlos 'n Charlies

Not to be confused with Good Time Charley’s is Carlos ‘n Charlies, also located at Broadway at the Beach. Replacing the old Pizza Uno, Carlos ‘n Charlies is a national chain that specializes in Mexican and Caribbean fare. To cool off the spicy dishes such as the Tacos Locos and Chipotle Chicken are a wide variety of frozen drinks that will give you brain freeze that’s worth the headache.

7. Snak Shak

7. Snak Shak

Longtime regulars of Myrtle Beach will remember the old Snak Shak that used to be located on Ocean Boulevard. The old lunch-counter dinner attracted locals and visitors because of its great food and friendly company. Well, good news, the Snak Shak is back in business on Kings Highway and still serves the same country breakfasts and blue-plate lunch specials that keep them coming back for seconds.

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