About Chuck’s Steak House
After more than 40 years in Myrtle Beach, the current owners of Chuck’s Steak House have announced they’re selling the restaurant. The restaurant closed March 18 amid a state-wide shutdown of dine-in service due to coronavirus, and the owners said in April that they will not re-open.
Chuck’s Steak House is an institution on the Grand Strand and has the repeat customers to prove it. Opening on Restaurant Row in 1979, this family-owned, family-casual establishment has seen lots of neighbors come and go over the years while it continues to crank out quality cuts of meat to hard-core carnivores.
Chuck’s Steak House Food
Make no mistake about it; Chuck’s is for meat-lovers. Yes, it does feature one of the best salad bars in town and there are plenty of vegetable available, but they are mere warm-up acts for the main attraction, thick, juicy, aged cuts of Certified Angus Beef. Chuck’s serves virtually every cut of the cattle and grills them to perfection on a charcoal grill. The Peppercorn-Crusted New York Strip goes great with an ice-covered fish bowl draft beer from the bar. Chuck’s makes great prime rib, pork chops, chicken, and a limited seafood menu is available for a nice surf-and-turf selection.
Chuck’s Steak House Atmosphere
Picture a hunting lodge on the beach and you’ll get a pretty good read on Chuck’s. Deer antlers and exotic-game trophy heads make up the décor, and a large fireplace gives the dining area a cozy, farmhouse charm. The back patio overlooks the Intracoastal Waterway and is a good spot for those who prefer not to look at taxidermy while they eat. The bar area is a friendly, laid-back place to chill out.
Chuck’s Steak House Reviews
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Sad they’ve closed
Was planning on going this evening. BummerLeigh BeamonMyrtleBeach.com user