Fine Dining Restaurants
Sure, burgers, pizza, and fried seafood are the staples of any seaside vacation experience, but many visitors like to plan at least one night (if not several) at one or more of the many Myrtle Beach fine dining restaurants. Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion like an anniversary or birthday or you just want to relax and treat yourself to a nice meal, check out one of these fan favorite restaurants.
Sea Captain’s House
What started as a beach house for vacationers in the 1930’s, transformed in 1962 to become Sea Captain’s House – a nostalgic staple among Myrtle Beach eateries. Serving guests low-country appetizers, seafood, salads, and desserts with an oceanfront view, it has remained a favorite among visitors and locals alike. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week, Sea Captains House always has a place for you at their table.More Info Visit Website
Carolina Seafood and Steak
Loved by locals, Carolina Seafood and Steak is conveniently located along the Restaurant Row on Kings Highway! Serving certified Angus steaks and fresh, locally sourced seafood, Carolina Seafood and and Steak is a top family restaurant in Myrtle Beach. A true local spot for its Early Bird and HapMore Info Visit Website
Angus Steakhouse and Seafood
Angus Steakhouse and Seafood is the Myrtle Beach locals favorite for surf and turf and everything in between! With its carefully-curated Western themed-decor throughout the venue, antique memorabilia lining the walls, and taxidermy animals ranging to impressive sizes, there is so much to exploreMore Info Visit Website
Wicked Tuna – 2nd Ave Pier
The Wicked Tuna has made a name for themselves on the Grand Strand as a top choice for “Hook to Plate” fresh seafood served in elegant and unique ways. The newest location at Second Avenue Pier offers all the great tastes guests have come to expect right in the heart of Myrtle Beach.<More Info Visit Website
Soho Myrtle Beach
This popular Myrtle Beach eatery with two area locations offers a full menu of eclectic cuisine from Asia and beyond. Open from lunch until after midnight, some people go for the daily specials, while others head out for late night sushi and Soho’s cosmopolitan bar scene.Soho Food
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At Sugami, the menu boasts an array of delicious authentic Japanese, Chinese, and Thai food. Located conveniently on Kings Highway, Sugami Sushi offers some of the best sushi, sashimi, steak, seafood, and hibachi in Myrtle Beach!
Sushi is the star at Sugami, and the sushi list does not dMore Info Visit Website
Roca Roja Cantina
Located on the Cherry Grove Marsh, Roca Roja serves up fine Mexican fare with a twist.
Roca Roja Cantina specializes in cuisine from Oaxaca and Michoacan using fresh ingredients and spices served alongside delicious house-made margaritas!
The extensive menu offers something foMore Info Visit Website
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