Unless you’re living under a rock or haven’t been in a Wal-Mart lately, you have to know that Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. This year, why not up your game and treat your sweetheart to a romantic weekend Valentine’s vacation to Myrtle Beach? After all, with so many great things to do along the Grand Strand, your getaway is sure to be a memorable one. And when it’s time to plan that unforgettable Valentine’s dinner, there’s a bevy of fantastic restaurants that are sure to delight your sweetie! Here are some of the most popular romantic dining spots around Myrtle Beach.
Whatever you do, don’t be fooled by the name. The Library is absolutely one of the most distinguished restaurants along the entire Grand Strand, ideal for treating your loved one to an unforgettable dinner. From their lengthy wine list to the tuxedoed wait staff with a combined century of experience, The Library is class all the way. The Library is one of a few restaurants along the Grand Strand to offer full tableside service, with knowledgeable waiters to help you pick the perfect entree, drink pairing and decadent dessert to finish things off. Signature dishes include roast duckling, steak Diane and rack of lamb for two. To bring your romantic dinner to an even higher level, guests can reserve a secluded dining area tucked away in their world-class wine cellar, perfect for a special occasion or to pop the question to your soulmate.
SeaBlue Restaurant and Wine Bar
Situated at 501 Highway 17 North in North Myrtle Beach, SeaBlue Restaurant and Wine Bar has garnered a reputation as one of the finest dining spots along the entire Grand Strand. SeaBlue combines modern American and classic French cuisines for entrees that are second-to-none, ranging from savory seafood risotto or double cut rack of lamb to unique options like braised short rib ravioli or crispy duck breast paired with wild game sausage. Each of these delightful entrees can be paired with delectable sides such as asiago potatoes gratin, goat cheese creamed spinach or skillet truffle macaroni and cheese. On top of their mouth-watering menu, SeaBlue offers a magnificent wine list that has garnered awards from Wine Spectator magazine and the restaurant itself surrounds guests in chic decor that puts a bow on what is sure to be a memorable Valentine’s dinner.