Dining in Myrtle Beach
Restaurants in Myrtle Beach are top notch. Seafood buffets, fine dining, romantic dining, Safari dining, dinner shows, river cruise dinners, beachfront ambience -- what more do you want?

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Benjamin's Calabash Seafood
Chestnut Hill Restaurant
- full dinner menu as well as Sunday brunch.
Crabby Mike's Calabash Seafood Co. - Over 100 all you can eat items prepared with the freshest foods available. Garden fresh salad bar, homemade soups, seafood, pork, steak, chicken, pasta, veggies and desserts. Crab legs always on the buffet!
Damon's - Award-Winning Ribs. Waterfront settings at Damon's. Two locations to serve you.
Great American Riverboat Company - fun for the whole family at Great American Riverboat Company. Dining, sightseeing, dancing. Live entertainment on all cruises.
Hard Rock Cafe - 26 years and still Rockin'! The only pyramid shaped Hard Rock in the worldwide family of cafes. The 70-foot structure is filled with Egyptian hieroglyphics and authentic Rock 'N Roll memorabilia that has given the Hard Rock Cafe the distinction of being called "The Smithsonian of Rock 'N Roll."
House of Blues - live music and casual cajun dining at House of Blues.
Joe's Bar & Grill - remodeled rustic home nestled on a saltwater marsh, surrounded by twisting live oak trees. Joe's Bar & Grill is Grand Strand's most unique and best kept secret.
Jungle Jim's Restaurant & Bar - legendary Safari dining at Jungle Jim's.
Medieval Times
- America's favorite dinner show
Sea Captain's House - One of the area's few oceanfront restaurants and certainly more than a great location. Winners of Southern Living Readers' Choice Award for seafood restaurant. Six time winner "Best of the Beach."
Shuckers Raw Bar - serving oysters, seafood, and more.
Featured Restaurant
Sea Captain's House
Sea Captain's House, a Myrtle Beach restaurant, was built in 1930 by Henry Taylor of High Point, NC. For 10+ years the Taylor family vacationed at their oceanfront beach cottage. During the 1940's, Charles W. Angle purchased the cottage, enjoying the sound of the ocean's tide until 1954 when Mrs. Nellie G. Howard purchased the cottage and began operating Howard's Manor. [more]
Special Interest
Live Cams of the Beach
Steere's Calabash Seafood Restaurant - One of the original Calabash Seafood Restaurants in Myrtle Beach, SC and the first on Restaurant Row. Steere's features large portions of quality Seafood cooked in the Calabash way. The Buffet Bar includes 90 items with some Landlubbers' fare - something for everyone. With over 600 seats, waiting to eat is not a regular occurrence at Steere's Calabash Seafood Restaurant.
The Mad Boar
- Waterfront dining on the lake at Barefoot Landing. The Mad Boar's outdoor waterfront patio accommodates up to 50 seated patrons who can relax and enjoy the sunshine and beach breezes. The Mad Boar boasts its own brewing facility. Here we brew fresh hand-crafted beer. Our brewery is the only one of its kind in North Myrtle Beach.
The Parson's Table - award-winning restaurant. Casual but nice attire.
Thoroughbred's Restaurant - award-winning restaurant guaranteeing "An Evening of Excellence."
Yamato's Steak House of Japan - South Carolina's original Japanese steakhouse, established 1975. Broadway at the Beach.