2105 S Ocean BlvdMyrtle Beach, SC 29577 (843) 448-8446


Vacationing at The Beach doesn’t mean you only have to eat hotdogs and pizza — although Myrtle Beach has plenty of those, too. Among our 2,000 restaurants, you will find a wide variety of options to satisfy any craving!

Celebrate an active day with great food in a casual atmosphere or feed your big family well and affordably. From fine dining with skilled chefs and mouth-watering steaks are presented in white tablecloth splendor to fresh, local seafood served straight from the boat, every dish in Myrtle Beach is served with a helping of southern hospitality.

Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or just looking for a romantic spot for a date night there are plenty of wonderful Myrtle Beach restaurants that offer the most magical fine dining experiences. Sustainably sourced seafood, aged beef, melt in your mouth chocolate delights and amazing drinks and wine menus are just a few of my favorite things at these fine dining restaurants along the Grand Strand.

The Cypress Room

6000 N. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC

Cypress Room is located inside the beautiful Island Vista oceanfront resort along the Golden Mile in Myrtle Beach. Chef Mike McKinnon is a Myrtle Beach native and has been working at the resort for nearly 30 years. The oceanfront restaurant serves Grilled New York Strip Steaks with slow roasted tomato and a Bordelaise sauce, crab cakes, Chicken Marsala and Grilled Scottish Salmon with a fresh relish and shellfish cream sauce. All entrees come with a salad and your choice of freshly made sides.

Hook & Barrel

8014 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, SC

Hook and Barrel opened just a few short years ago and has quickly become a favorite among locals and visitors. Book your reservations for this fabulous date night site and enjoy house-crafted cocktails – oyster shooters anyone? – in a unique, nautical-themed setting. The menu includes features like the giant Seafood Tower, Bourbon Bacon, Bouillabaisse with fresh catch of the day, scallops, shrimp, lump blue crab meat and mussels in a charred tomato broth. There are plenty of options for meat lovers like the braised beef shortribs or the Croissants’ coffee rubbed Filet Mignon.

Wicked Tuna

4123 Hwy. Bus., Murrells Inlet, SC & 110 N. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC

Wicked Tuna Grille, Sushi and Bar now offers two Grand Strand locations – both with stellar water views. Feast on the freshest seafood caught right off our coast! Their sushi bar lists over a dozen specialty rolls and they have equally impressive dinner menu. Some of our favorite dishes include the Oysters Rockefeller, Bang Bang Grouper, Crab Stuffed Jumbo Shrimp and the Lobster Tail Trio.

Sea Blue Restaurant & Wine Bar

501 Hwy. 17 N., North Myrtle Beach, SC

Sea Blue Restaurant and Wine Bar is easily one of the Grand Strand’s most highly acclaimed restaurants as the recipient of OpenTable’s Best of Award of Excellence from 2012-2018. Their menu changes regularly according to season and availability of products and they always offer USDA Prime Steaks. Plates can include options like crispy fried lobster cake, baked escargot, seafood risotto and the chef’s preparation of the fresh catch of the day. The extensive wine list is three pages long and Sea Blue also has a list of specialty mixed drinks and beer. 

New York Prime

405 28th Ave. N., Myrtle Beach, SC

Fine dining is the name of the game at New York Prime in the heart of Myrtle Beach. Each table features perfectly polished silverware with white tablecloths in a lively, upbeat setting. The servers can recommend any number of USDA Prime Steaks – aged 28 days – and served Pittsburgh-style with your choice of family-sized side dishes to share. Design your own seafood sampler tower or start with their famous thick cut sizzling bacon. Make your reservations now at this “Best Steak” restaurant in town. Private rooms are available for special events and reservations are always strongly suggested.

The Brentwood Restaurant & Wine Bistro

4269 Luck Ave., Little River, SC

If you like the idea of sharing your meal with a ghost or two The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro is the perfect spot for your next meal out. The ever-changing dinner menu is headed up by French chef Eric Masson and his wife Kimberlee. There are plenty of French dishes on the menu like pan-seared Foie Gras, Mussels Poulette, Duck Three Ways as well as traditional southern dishes like fried green tomatoes and Shrimp and Grits. Check out their website for their upcoming dinner and ghost tours for an exciting night out.

21 Main Prime Steakhouse

719 North Beach Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC

21 Main Prime Steakhouse is an award-winning restaurant at North Beach Plantation in North Myrtle Beach. They offer USDA Prime cuts of beef served a la carte as well as sushi and raw bar selections. Top off your amazing steak with King Crab Legs or Oscar Style with lump crab meat, asparagus and Hollandaise sauce. Their shared sides are not to be skipped like the aged cheddar tater tots, lobster, bacon mac and cheese and the fire roasted mushrooms.

The Melting Pot

5001 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, SC

The Melting Pot has been a long time favorite for date nights – especially on Valentine’s Day! The restaurant offers several tasty fondue creations with nearly everything you can think to dip in their cheese and chocolate. For your night out you’ll select your first cheese course between options like Bacon and Brie, Wisconsin Cheddar and their Classic Alpine. Next up you can pick an entrée to cook right at your table with an assortment of meat, seafood and vegetables. The dessert course is usually the fan favorite with chocolates like Flaming Turtle and Bananas Foster. The Melting Pot has a highly acclaimed wine list as well as signature cocktails for the best fine dining experience. Reservations are highly suggested.

Aspen Grille

5101 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, SC

Aspen Grille in Myrtle Beach offers Fresh Carolina Cuisine on its seasonally changing menu. They use as many locally sourced items including fish and produce whenever possible and well as dry aged USDA Prime Beef to create a unique and delicious fine dining experience. Popular menu dishes include Pork Belly and Fried Oysters, Panko-crusted NC Mountain Trout, Crispy Long Island Duck and Australian Rack of Lamb. They have an extensive beer and wine list and nearly every brand of liquor type you can think of to whip up your favorite dinner drink.

Frank’s Restaurant & Bar and Frank’s Outback & Bar

10434 Ocean Hwy., Pawleys Island, SC

As our southernmost fine dining pick, Frank’s and Frank’s Outback is one of the most popular restaurants on the Grand Strand so be sure to make your reservations weeks (sometimes even months) in advance. They serve a wide variety of fresh fish, meats, shellfish and even wood-fired pizzas. Take one glance at their popular reviews and you’ll see why folks love the food and service at Frank’s. Frank’s Restaurant offers indoor seating while the Outback side features outdoor patio dining with the same fine dining ambiance.

Best Burgers in Myrtle Beach

There’s nothing like biting into a big, juicy cheeseburger after a long day at the beach! With so many options around Myrtle Beach, it can be tricky to find the best restaurant for a good old cheeseburger. Lucky for y’all, I’ve picked a few of my favorites from up and down the Grand Strand for you to check out!

River City Café

Seven Grand Strand Locations

River City Café claims to serve “Myrtle Beach’s Best Burger,” and for good reason. They’ve won nearly every “Best Of” contest in town! They use fresh, never frozen burger meat and top it with everything you can think of. Try the Continental Burger topped with a fried egg, hickory smoked bacon, American cheese, and whatever fixings you like. There’s even a burger topped with fried Mac and Cheese!

Burky’s Grill

4001 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, SC

Burky’s Grill has been a staple in Myrtle Beach for more than 20 years with its classic diner feel and affordable meals. They take pride in making “good food quickly” and they welcome everyone with a smile. Their griddle-style burgers melt in your mouth and even come as a double if you’re really hungry. They’re also known for the all-beef hot dogs, Car shows, and ice cream socials!

Hamburger Joe’s

Two Grand Strand Locations

Whether you’re near the south strand in Surfside, or visiting North Myrtle Beach be sure to check out Hamburger Joe’s. They serve their burgers with “The Best Buns on the Beach” all the way with slaw, chili, and onions. If you’re a traditionalist you can also ask for mayo, lettuce, tomato, pickles, extra cheese or extra bacon.

The Bowery

110 9th Ave. N., Myrtle Beach, SC

The Bowery is located right along the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and offers nearly 10 different burgers on its extensive menu. There’s Jeff’s Fire Alarm Burger with hot sauce, Marks’ Bleu Cheese Burger, Randy’s Bacon Cheeseburger, or Teddy’s Mushroom Swiss Burger. Then there’s The Eighth Wonder which is a full pound of fresh Angus hamburger topped with cheese, bacon, and whatever other toppings you like.

Island Bar and Grill

2272 Glenns Bay Rd., Surfside Beach, SC

This cool local joint is tucked away in a plaza but packs a powerful punch with a great happy hour, live entertainment, and of course, great burgers. They have nine different options to choose from including a Reuben Burger, Baja Burger, Bacon and Cheddar Jack Burger, Greek Burger with Tzatziki sauce, and an Island Burger with teriyaki, grilled pineapple, and American cheese.

Art Burger Sushi

706 N. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC

Art Burger Sushi Bar is a downtown charmer! They display local artists’ work throughout the restaurant and have burgers named after famous artists and their pieces. The burgers themselves are a piece of art! Try the Munch which is a local SC beef patty topped with thick-sliced roasted pork belly, whole grain mustard, a fried egg, and cheddar cheese. They even have chicken, turkey, tuna, and veggie burgers.

Greg’s Cabana Bar and Grill

2800 US-17 BUS., Murrells Inlet, SC

Whenever the question of where to get a great burger at the beach gets brought up, Greg’s Cabana Bar and Grill is always mentioned. The South Strand restaurant has 10 different burgers to chow on, including two newbies recently added to the menu. The Carolina Burger comes char-broiled smothered in homemade chili, sliced onion, coleslaw, mustard, and American cheese. The Steakhouse Burger is char-broiled and topped with a Burgundy steak sauce, caramelized onions, Swiss cheese, and bacon strips.

Backyard Sports Bar and Grill

9703 N. Kings Hwy., Myrtle Beach, SC

The juicy burgers at Backyard Sports Bar and Grill are seven-ounce, hand-pressed patties cooked your way. Try the My Boy Blue which comes topped with bacon, crispy onions, bleu cheese crumbles, and a horseradish steak sauce. Other notables include the Roy Rogers, All That Chedda, and Spice in Your Life. There’s even a Keto-friendly burger called the Keto Guido (no bun of course).

Tavern in the Forest

4999 Carolina Forest Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC

The extensive burger list at Tavern in the Forest can surely cure any craving! There’s a traditional burger with your traditional toppings but then they’ve got some pretty epic concoctions listed after. Check out the Hibachi Burger which is a hand-formed craft burger blend with teriyaki sauce, zucchini slaw, and a white sauce. The Pimento Cheese Burger is hard to beat with its pimento cheese, crispy fried pickles, lettuce, tomato, and ranch!

Fire and Smoke Gastropub

411 79th Ave. N., Myrtle Beach, SC

Fire and Smoke Gastropub has a unique and ever-changing seasonal menu. One thing you can always find is their famous Chophouse Truffle Burger. This magnificent burger is a half-pound of course ground prime blend, prepared to your liking, and topped with black truffle aioli, applewood smoked bacon, Vidalia onion jam, and Gruyere served on an Artisan Brioche bun.

The Intracoastal Waterway (known to many as the ICW) stretches along the East coast from Boston, MA to South Carolina and has plenty of stops along the Grand Strand. It’s a boater’s paradise with its smooth waters and fun restaurants and places to check out along the way. Whether you’re traveling by boat or car – these restaurants located along the Intracoastal Waterway are great places to watch vessels sailing by or for a fun date night.

Landing at The Boathouse

201 Fantasy Harbour Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC

The Boathouse is a brewery, restaurant and live music venue in central Myrtle Beach. They have amazing views of the Intracoastal Waterway with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating as well as a new beer garden. They also have an in-house brewery serving up local beers right on tap. Food selections include burgers, sandwiches, seafood and plenty of apps to share after a long boat ride. Don’t miss their free concerts all year-round!

Snooky’s on the Water

4495 Baker St., Little River, SC

Snooky’s on the Water offers plenty of public docks and great scenic waterway views with even better food! The Captain Lance Tower features a ½ pound of Atlantic red crab claws, ½ pound of peel and eat shrimp, seasonal oysters, tuna poke, jumbo lump crab salad and an entire pound of snow crab legs. They also serve a wide variety of seafood entrees, soups, salads, pasta and a long list of homemade desserts.

Crab Catchers on the Waterfront

4474 Water Front Ave., Little River, SC

Head to the Little River waterfront for a yummy lunch or dinner at Crab Catcher’s on the Water. Dinner entrees include local catch of the day, NC Flounder, soft shell crabs and grilled and fried seafood as well as steak. They have plenty of appetizers, sandwiches, daily soup specials, chicken wings and more. Walk along the docks outside to see what the local charter captains caught out on the water that day.

Anchor Café at Grande Dunes

8205 Marina Pkwy., Myrtle Beach, SC

Pull up to the Grande Dunes Marina and stay for lunch or dinner at the Anchor Café. The open-air restaurant features a long list of cocktails, beers and wines to sip on while you watch the boats go by. Start off with grouper bites or Ahi Tuna and move on to burgers, fish tacos, wraps and fresh seafood baskets. They have a great happy hour every day from 4-7 p.m.

K-Rae's Waterway Bar and Grill

1950 Wachesaw Rd., Murrells Inlet, SC

Meander down the Intracoastal Waterway to K-Rae's in Murrells Inlet. This restaurant is located at the Wacca Wache Marina, has plenty of public docking and indoor and outdoor seating. The outdoor eating space is all centered around an enormous tree providing plenty of shade from the warm summer sun. The menu has a variety of sandwiches, fresh seafood specials, seafood baskets and appetizers like she crab soup, gator bites, fried green tomatoes, fried pickles and much more.

Lucy Buffett’s LuLu’s

4954 Hwy. 17 South, North Myrtle Beach, SC

Lulu’s is loads of fun for the whole family and is located along the ICW at Barefoot Landing. They offer live entertainment, fun family events, a fun sandy beach area to play in and a giant menu chocked full of goodies. Favorites include the Crab Melt, Shrimp and Grits, fresh catch of the day, fresh blue crab claws and LuLu’s famous seafood gumbo.

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