If 60 miles of scenic beaches, some of the world’s best golf courses, and top shopping and attractions aren’t enough, those considering a trip to Myrtle Beach should know the area offers quite the culinary scene.
Myrtle Beach offers more than 2,000 restaurants more than enough to satisfy any dietary restrictions or cravings. The restaurant choices will also satisfy those looking for family dining, scenic dining, or fine dining. For the adults, the great dining choices are just one reason to choose Myrtle Beach as a vacation destination for the family or as a Valentine’s Day getaway for just the two of you.
The area is even a great choice for those looking for “unique dining” experiences at places like Winna’s Kitchen, which offers unique dishes and a unique program that guests can offer to provide a meal to someone in need.
The area offers many eating establishments that the entire family crew will enjoy, but the Hangout Myrtle Beach stands out, promising “All the Fun You Can Eat.” Some of that includes a “ton-of-fun sandpile” and a foam pit for the kids, along with a great kids menu. The adults can choose from a menu of the best seafood, burgers and cocktails. Adult guests are encouraged to try the Ultimate Seafood boil, featuring snow crab, mussels, fresh wild-caught shrimp, sweet corn red potatoes, and Conecuh sausage, all poached in a low boil and finished with garlic butter.
The whole family will also love LuLu’s in North Myrtle Beach, which offers attractions such as a beach arcade where guests can take on their friends in head-to-head competitions and score points to redeem prizes. As for the menu, its “Favorites” section features selections such as the crab melt, which includes sweet claw meat, Swiss and cheddar cheeses, green onion, and mayonnaise spread open face on French bread and toasted.
Scenic North Myrtle Beach water views await diners at Local Bar + Kitchen on the Water. The establishment invites guests for brunch, lunch, and dinner. In addition to “handheld” sandwiches, soups and salads, appetizers, and desserts, Local Bar offers entrees such as steamed mussels, Shrimp Mac and cheese, and Chicken & calamari. The fish & chips are another specialty to enjoy while also enjoying the scenery, featuring whole flounder served with fries, cole slaw, and malt aioli for dipping.
Perrone’s Restaurant & Bar promises “world cuisine with a Mediterranean focus.” Features include dry-aged prime steaks, local seafood, cocktails, and an “award-winning wine list.”
Perrone’s says it offers a menu that “reflects the unique culinary influences of a vast and varied world.” That includes “complex curries from India and Thailand and “rich, warming spices” from North Africa.
The menu includes “sea” and “land” sections, and those opting for “land” can choose options such as the elk tenderloin with lingonberry and port sauce. It includes an organic grain medley of brown rice, black barley, mustard seeds, currants, shitake mushrooms, and red bell peppers with a grilled vegetable.
Winna’s Kitchen in Myrtle Beach promises “relaxed, elevated comfort food,” and its Friday and Saturday Weekend dinners include fresh pasta, fish of the day, and a steak feature. Weekend dinners also include a vegetarian feature with fresh organic produce, “mindfully crafted and paired with sides and sauces that will bring you back again and again.”
While enjoying the amazing dining experience that Myrtle Beach has to offer, along with the top beach experience and golfing experience, Stay Breeze has you covered as a home base before and after all the fun. Plan your Myrtle Beach vacation today.