About Blueberry’s Grill
Don’t let the name fool you: Yes, this popular breakfast/lunch diner has blueberries – baked into muffins, poured over pancakes, and even atop the house special Monte Cristo Sandwich. But that barely scratches the surface at this contemporary cafe that’s loaded with good food and charm.
Blueberry’s Grill Food
Decisions, decisions. Let’s start with breakfast (although you can order from either menu any time of day) and some of the house specials – the Southeast Dixie (pork chop, two eggs, home fries, grits and fruit), the Melted Scrambler (eggs, onions, mushrooms, three meats and a bagel) and with apologies to Wheaties, the Breakfast of Champions (2 pancakes, eggs, meat, fruit medley and grits). First-meal favorites range from three-egg omelets and skillets stuffed with a variety of ingredients, breakfast bagels, biscuits and sandwiches, and sweet options like pancakes, waffles and French toast, The choices get even tougher at lunch, including salads, sandwiches and small plates. The Curry Chicken Salad Melt, Chipotle Avocado Burger, and Thai Chili Fried Green Tomatoes are popular picks for more adventurous taste buds, but patrons with plainer palates can always order a more traditional lunch or breakfast. Blueberry’s Grill also serves Bloody Marys, Mimosas, Mules and Mojitos, as well as fresh juices and coffees.
Blueberry’s Grill Atmosphere
This contemporary, country-casual eatery does steady business from open to close so expect an active scene, but the environment lends itself to a friendly, enjoyable experience. Featuring two locations (the Dunes section of Myrtle Beach and Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach), Blueberry’s Grill maintains a consistency that keeps people coming back for seconds. Indoor and outdoor seating are available at both stores.
Blueberry’s Grill Reviews
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