Have a Delicious Week: Restaurant Week Coming to Myrtle Beach

By Brian Bedard • November 11, 2013

Restaurant Week has become a nationwide trend in which area restaurants, both casual and high-end, offer up a sampling of their dinner fare for reduced rates. Some restaurants will have special restaurant week menus, others will simply offer discounted Restaurant Week deals. In South Carolina, Restaurant Week is spread out over 11 days, January 9-19, 2014, with two weekends included, which means you’ll have plenty of chances to get out and dine!

While all of the deals for Restaurant Week Myrtle Beach have yet to be announced, if last year is any indication, we’re in for some amazing food. Here’s a few of the exciting specials from 2013 to help you get a sense of the treats in store:

Croissants Bistro and Bakery, Myrtle Beach
$30 per person for a choice of low country she crab soup or roasted pears with blue cheese and port wine vinaigrette with candied pecans; followed by a flat iron steak with potatoes, tomato jam and bacon bourbon glaze or shrimp and grits with fried green tomatoes and black BBQ sauce or bistro chicken with Boursin cheese, prosciutto, spinach and pasta; followed by any slice of cake from the bakery case.

Drunken Jacks, Murrells Inlet
$30 per person for hushpuppies with honey butter; a choice of clam chowder, she crab soup, shrimp cocktail, oysters Rockefeller or southwest chicken eggroll; salad bar; and a choice of entrees including fresh catch, sirloin and shrimp, and stuffed flounder; with a dessert choice of key lime pie, joke pie or bread pudding with crème Anglaise.

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Myrtle Beach
For $35 per person, a choice of steak house salad with iceberg and baby lettuces or Louisiana seafood gumbo; a choice of a 6-ounce filet with blackened grilled jumbo shrimp or stuffed chicken breast or salmon fillet, broiled with lemon and parsley; with bread pudding with whiskey sauce for dessert.

Keep your eye on www.restaurantweeksouthcarolina.com as Restaurant Week gets closer to find out what’s planned for 2014, and be sure to make reservations, as participating restaurants tend to fill up!


(posted 11/11/13)