Restaurants & Dining
10 new Myrtle Beach restaurants to try right now!
There are so many great Myrtle Beach restaurants to choose from during your vacation, that it can sometimes be tough to know what to choose: Should you opt for Italian? Maybe try some sushi? Perhaps a romantic restaurant? Try something new instead!
3098 Deville St., Myrtle Beach (Get Directions)
Spawned from Charleston-based restaurant known for its Vietnamese food and scrumptious sushi rolls, CO is the most recent addition to dining options at The Market Common shopping center in Myrtle Beach. The sushi spot has been making waves with its hip atmosphere, tasty pressed sushi and great happy hour since opening in April.
La Festa Ristorante Italiano and Piano Bar
9911 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach (Get Directions)
Following in the footsteps of an iconic Myrtle Beach restaurant isn’t easy, but the new residents at the former Cagney’s Old Place are off to a good start. With a solid menu of fresh seafood, steaks and pasta dishes, live entertainment in its piano bar area and historical accents throughout its decor, La Festa has plenty of potential.
Fire & Smoke Gastropub
411 79th Ave. N., Myrtle Beach ( Get Directions )
Calling itself “Myrtle Beach’s first authentic gastropub” this cozy spot on Kings Highway provides a unique combination of smoked meats and cheeses, tapas dishes and comfort food. Add in a wide variety of high-end craft brews, wines and bourbon and you’ve got something unlike anyplace else on the beach.
Roosters Restaurant & Bar
1320 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach ( Get Directions )
Located at Broadway at the Beach near the entrance of Celebrity Square, Roosters Bar & Grill is a family-friendly restaurant which specializes in chicken dishes of all kinds — from sandwiches and salads to wings and wraps. Though the design isn’t as in-your-face as the giant rhinestone boots of its predecessor, KISS Coffeehouse, it’s filled with fun, kitschy accents like booths upholstered in old blue jeans.
Boom Boom Wine Room
7713 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach ( Get Directions )
Opened in late June, the Boom Boom wine room is not only fun to say, it’s also a fun place to hang out for folks looking to get hands-on and sample some of the best wines around. From fresh salads and interesting entrees to artisanal cheeses and locally-grown ingredients, this tapas bar and restaurant goes out of its way to provide an interactive dining experience your won’t forget.
Angus Steakhouse & Seafood
2011 S. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach (Get Directions)
Located on the south end of Myrtle Beach in the former Angelo’s Steak & Pasta building — don’t worry, this beloved restaurant just moved a few blocks south — Angus Steakhouse & Seafood is a carnivore’s delight. It offers a great selection of steaks, prime rib and other meaty entrees served up at this unique steakhouse where the walls are adorned in big game and the wait staff is dressed in cowboy-themed gear.
1604 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach ( Get Directions )
This building located along Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach has seen plenty of turnover in recent years as everything from a Thai restaurant to a dive bar, but perhaps the third time’s a charm for Rock Burger — which was a popular hangout in the 80s and 90s and later had a short stint at this same location in the mid 2000s before reopening this spring. Inside, this rock-n-roll-themed burger joint is plastered with old posters and 45s on the walls and bar. The menu is somewhat predictable, filled with burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches and milkshakes, but there are some interesting options like the chicken and waffles and the 3lb. Angus burger.
Masala Zone Authentic Indian Cuisine
505 18th Ave. N., Myrtle Beach ( Get Directions )
Add a little international flair to your vacation at this authentic Indian restaurant in Myrtle Beach, which serves up a variety of bold flavors, tasty sauces and exotic recipes. Enjoy traditional curry dishes, succulent lamb and a variety of vegetarian options or bring the whole family and dive into the lunch and dinner buffet filled with interesting options.
Atlas Tap House
1004 Chester St., Myrtle Beach ( Get Directions )
Just a few blocks up from the Myrtle Beach Skywheel, Atlas Tap House has turned old home and long-time nightlife spot into a craft brew restaurant designed to take advantage of a growing beer community at the beach. It’s really more of a bar/hangout than a full-fledged sit down restaurant, but the beer selection is amazing and the food is better than you’d expect, featuring great barbecue and slow roasted meats cooked in a smoker. It’s a great choice for a quick happy hour bite to eat or an after hours meal from the late night menu.
Flaming Asian Bistro
4545 U.S. 501, Myrtle Beach (Get Directions)
If you’re in the mood for food from the far east or happen to be shopping at Tanger Outlets on U.S. 501, you can check out Flaming Asian Bistro, an Asian fusion restaurant that serves a variety of authentic Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine. Grab some sushi, enjoy fresh caught seafood or opt for flaming hot hibachi entrees at this family-friendly eatery.