The Grumpy Monk in Myrtle Beach is a unique restaurant and bar that specializes in serving a wide selection of craft beer from around the country with quality sandwiches and sushi that is made fresh daily.
Boasting a great array of locally-made brews, visitors will find a steady stream of New South beers — made right here in Myrtle Beach, SC — as well as up to a dozen selections from around the Carolinas on tap at all times.
Beer drinkers will delight in browsing a huge beer list which includes favorite brands such as Dogfish Head, Bells, Terrapin, New Belgium, Abita, Sam Adams, Sierra Nevada, Curious Traveler and many more.
When it comes to food, you’ll find great choices for lunch, dinner or late-night snacks at The Grumpy Monk.
The lunch menu consists of delcious salads and appetizers such as house-smoked wings, spicy crab dip and fried green tomatoes, not to mention a great selection of burgers and sandwiches such as “The Nola,” the “Southern Buffalo” and the “Monk Went Up to Philly.”
At dinner time you’ll find favorites like the Hangover Burger, Monk Burger and Red, White & Blue Burger, joined by a full menu of sushi creations and Monk Specialties.
Noted as some of the best sushi in Myrtle Beach, The Grumpy Monk offers a huge selection of traditional rolls, sushi bites, house specialty rolls and sushi dinners for two.
The unique varaition are too many to name, however worth noting are creations such as the i-Roll (Spicy tuna, crab, lettuce, cilantro, avocado, and cucumber in a rice paper wrap with house sweet chili dipping sauce), The Boss (Spicy big eye tuna, kani, cucumber, topped with tuna, avocado, filetmignon, tobiko, and the Monk’s spicy mayo and demi glaze) and the Taste of Explosion Roll ( CAB ribeye, bacon, provolone cheese, jalapenos topped with filet mignon and avocado with a finish of three monketeer sauces) among many others.
The atmosphere is laid-back and combines a large, refined dining room with a lively bar area and adds in a game room in the back as well as an outdoor beer garden to provide something for all tastes.
The Grumpy Monk Reviews
See what 2 MyrtleBeach.com users said about The Grumpy Monk:
Our first visit will be our last. Thought we would try something new, well we got it. Visiting Myrtle Beach for our 34th wedding anniversary with our children and grand children (party of 9) we Sat down to eat at 2:01pm Sunday afternoon. Place was about 1/2 full. Our order was taken about 5 minutes later GREAT! come around 3:05 and still no food the manager stops by to apologize for the wait and our food would be out in a few minutes. 3:15 our food starts to come out. 3:20 the rest of the food comes out but they forgot parts of the orders, simple stuff like french fries with the order. Needless to say our experience was not very good. Looks like next years visit for lunch will be some place else. As for the food, it was good, but the wait left us "GRUMPY"!
With a wide selection of craft beer, fresh food made on-site, and freshly rolled sushi, The Grumpy Monk won't disappoint. After reading the reviews on several sites the only people who seem to dislike the restaurant are those who clearly missed the concept idea.
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