Best Breakfast Restaurants in Myrtle Beach
Every day should start with a great breakfast and our Myrtle Beach fans voiced their favorite choices for restaurants that specialize in the most important meal of the day. Below are the top breakfast options in Myrtle Beach as voted by fans.
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All roads lead to Mammy’s and they’ve been pointing in that direction since the early 1950s. Folks have been visiting this landmark for years for their Southern-style breakfast buffet. The buffet is loaded with scrambled eggs, French toast, pancakes, corned beef hash, biscuits and gravy, sausage links and patties, bacon, hash browns, grits and more. An a la carte menu features buttermilk pancakes any way you like them, golden waffles, omelets and farm fresh eggs.
The International House of Pancakes has been serving up memorable breakfasts for over 50 years and continues to please at three Grand Strand locations. They serve Cinn-A-Stack pancakes, New York Cheesecake pancakes, Harvest Grain ‘N Nut pancakes, double blueberry pancakes and more. The rest of the menu is perfect for the non-pancake eater with its assortment of specialty omelets, crepes, sandwiches, waffles and French toast.
Eggs Up Grill
Eggs Up Grill has locations reaching from Pawleys Island all the way to Conway and they’re expanding quickly. The tasty franchise has served over six million eggs on the Grand Strand! Egg specialties include poached eggs, apples ‘n egg-whites, signature omelets, steak and eggs and much more. They also serve thick Texas French toast and pancakes. Order the Pancakes in Paradise served with two pancakes with your choice or blueberries, chopped pecans, bananas, chocolate chips or honey granola.
Johnny D's Waffles and Bakery
Johnny D’s Waffles and Bakery serves an extensive menu of fresh-baked favorites and hearty country cooking. Options include omelettes, biscuits & gravy, fruit platters, skillet breakfasts and Benedicts. The homemade Belgian waffles will satisfy any breakfast sweet tooth with options like the Red Velvet Waffle, Banana Split Waffle, or the Bacon Waffle.
Dino’s House of Pancakes
As their name suggests, pancakes are the way to go at Dino’s House of Pancakes in North Myrtle Beach. The breakfast menu features 18 different types including silver dollar pancakes, strawberry pancakes and Hawaiian pancakes. Try the Pigs in a Blanket which consists of sausage links wrapped up in three golden pancakes. Waffles, breakfast sandwiches, egg and omelet dishes, French toast and hot bread and pastries are also available.
Plantation Pancake House
Plantation Pancake House in Surfside Beach has been serving up breakfast to visitors and locals since 1985. Plantation Pancake House’s claim to fame is their 42 signature omelettes. Check out the Elvis (a hunka, hunka country ham, bacon and American cheese) or the Nantucket (shrimp, crab meat, bacon and cheddar cheese topped with hollandaise sauce) or one of 40 other choices! All your other breakfast favorites are also available.
Golden Griddle Pancake House
Serving the best pancakes on the beach,” the Golden Griddle Pancake House is a hot spot for breakfast along the Grand Strand. Indulge in a stack of fluffy homemade buttermilk pancakes or choose special pancake options such as Georgia Pecan pancakes, strawberry pancakes, banana pancakes, and more. Or you can always try a plate of delicious Belgian waffles, as well as sandwiches, steak & eggs, omelets, and many other delicious options.
Hot Stacks Pancake House
Hot Stacks Pancake House has been serving creative breakfast concoctions for years and years. Try the Greek-Cado roll made up of scrambled eggs, bacon, feta, tomato and avocado in a flour tortilla served with hollandaise sauce and grits or the marble pancakes served with vanilla icing. Other favorites are the breakfast quesadilla, scramble bowl, pancakes, French crepes and deluxe Belgian waffles. Egg platters are made to order and served with grits, potatoes, fruit or tomato slices.
Sea Captain’s House Restaurant
Enjoy your breakfast with an oceanfront view at Sea Captain’s House in Myrtle Beach. Try the chef’s favorite breakfast which features a Seafare omelet with fresh crabmeat, shrimp, mushrooms and Monterey Jack cheese. Other breakfast favorites include crab cakes Benedict, a brie and bacon omelet, and the Crew’s breakfast specials made your way. They also serve waffles, fruit, meats, grits, pancakes, French toast and cereals.
Golden Egg has been serving up tasty breakfast food in Myrtle Beach for over 20 years, and this casual family-friendly restaurant wants to be your next stop for breakfast while you’re in town. This restaurant, which is easy to spot due to the huge golden egg on the exterior of the building, proudly boasts egg plates, omelettes, biscuits, Belgian waffles, French toast, pancakes, breakfast sandwiches, and house specialties such as Eggs Florentine, Country Fried Steak, Grilled Pork Chop and Eggs, and much more.