About Abraham’s Gyros
There are a lot of ways to say “gyro” – year-oh, ji-roh, he-roh – but only one way to make it right, and that’s how they do it at Abraham’s. This popular spot in the downtown district is famous for its classic Greek-style gyros (although the restaurant is technically Turkish), as well as a wide array of Mediterranean dishes. Abraham’s also connects to an arcade so the whole family can have a good time before or after lunch or dinner.
When a restaurant owner thinks enough of their favorite dish in the name, you know it’s got to be good. Abraham’s does their namesake item the old-fashioned way – seasoned beef, lamb or chicken shaved off the skewer onto a toasted pita, topped with lettuce, tomato and tzatziki sauce and served with fries and a pickle on the side. But that’s only one of many items on the menu that locals and tourists love, like the wings, subs (Philly cheesesteak), falafels, kabobs (beef, chicken and lamb with grilled veggies), and pizza. Abraham’s also offers salads and a vegetarian menu, as well as a kids’ menu that features all the little ones’ favorites.
Abraham’s Gyros Atmosphere
If you are looking for fine dining, this is not your place. Abraham’s is located in a fast-paced plaza on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and adjoins an arcade, so this is old-school downtown Myrtle Beach at its best. Grab a gyro on the go or take a break from the beach for a sit-down feast. Guests can come as they are, flip-flops and all, and stop by the arcade for a fun lunch or dinner.
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