Many vacationers and visitors like to get out of their rooms and start their days early at any one of the fantastic Myrtle Beach breakfast restaurants. From buffets to full-service diner-style restaurants, nobody cooks up pancakes, eggs, bacon and waffles any better than our area chefs. Long before fast-food chains got into the business, America fell in love with breakfast and brunch away from home. Whether part of a Sunday drive, or for America’s early-morning workforce, or just for a chance to socialize, the esteemed pancake houses and roadside breakfast restaurants became a permanent part of the landscape beginning in the 1930s and 1940s. Today that tradition continues. Here along the Grand Strand you can’t drive 100 feet and not be enticed by one or more of these charming establishments, steeped in tradition and ready to serve. They say it’s the most important meal of the day, so make sure it’s delicious.
Sea Captain’s House
Enjoy a hot breakfast and beautiful views of the ocean at Sea Captain’s House on Ocean Boulevard. Sea Captain’s breakfast choices include omeletes, benedicts, eggs, pancakes, french toast, and a full breakfast buffet. Kick off your day with a cup of coffee or indulge in a morning mimosa at this iconic Myrtle Beach eatery.More Info Visit Website
Golden Griddle Pancake House
Since 1975, this North Myrtle Beach landmark has served golfers with those early tee times, and scores of vacationers and locals eager to start their day on the beach with a hearty all-American breakfast. Made to order omelets, hash browns, home fries, waffles, grits, fresh, hot coffee, daily specials, senior and kids’ menu, dine-in or carryout, has made the Golden Griddle a must visit for so many.
Lenny’s Pancake House
Lenny’s Pancake House is home to one of the best value breakfast buffets in Myrtle Beach. With a wide selection of freshly prepared breakfast food options, Lenny’s offers country-style cooking for the best price at the beach!
The extensive house buffet menu features signature dishes liMore Info Visit Website
Harry’s Breakfast Pancakes
Harry’s Breakfast Pancakes- Voted #1 in Myrtle Beach for the last 10 years- has some of the best breakfast in town. Since 1979, Harry’s has been serving comfort food with the freshest ingredients to start every day the right way!
The menu offers a diverse list of egg dishes, omMore Info Visit Website
I (Heart) National House of Pancakes
National House of Pancakes is the perfect place to grab the most important meal of the day right here at the beach!
This family-friendly location is the breakfast spot that offers a vast and expansive selection of breakfast foods such as crab meat omelets, biscuits and gravy, red velvet waMore Info Visit Website
Golden Corral is not just a dinner destination. Kick off your day with an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet at this casual chain with a location in the heart of Myrtle Beach. Breakfast fare includes eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, and more. Build your own omelette at the omelette station with a variety of tasty fillings.More Info Visit Website
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