You could travel around the world to dine on the finest international cuisine, or you could just make spend a week in Myrtle Beach and find authentic dishes from abroad and save yourself a whole lot of travel. If you enjoy food from all over the planet, you've come to the right place. Myrtle Beach features restaurants from the four corners of the globe, or at least five of the seven continents. Sorry Africa and Antarctica, but wild game and frozen whale blubber doesn't cut it. Here are some of the best international restaurants on the Grand Strand.> read more
The Grand Strand has more than 1,700 restaurants, seemingly 99 percent of which are beach casual. The “No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service” rule may apply, but flip-flops and a tank top will do at most eateries. Reservations? Forget about it. So if you’re planning a romantic evening or celebrating a special occasion in a formal environment, it’s key to find the right restaurant that takes reservations. With a limited number of upscale dining options and lots of couples in town for wedding, honeymoons and anniversaries, it’s always best to book your table in advance and avoid a long wait when you should be celebrating. Here are you top five choices.> read more
You know the old saying about “When in Rome…”? Well, you’re not in Rome. You’re in Myrtle Beach, SC. And when in South Carolina, eat as the South Carolinians eat. That means good Southern cooking and Lowcountry cuisine – pulled pork barbecue, deep-fried seafood, and vegetables so tasty they could serve as a meal themselves. Probably not the healthiest dishes, but you’re on vacation. Spoil yourself. Here are some of the top spots on the Grand Strand for good country cooking and comfort food.> read more
Myrtle Beach’s seafood is among the best anywhere. The Lowcountry cuisine is as memorable as it gets. Our produce is the freshest around. In other words, when you come here you will eat some of the greatest meals of your life. But sometimes you just need a pizza, you know? Lucky for all the foodies, the Grand Strand boasts our fair share of the Italian-American staple, and we’ve rounded up five of our favorite spots to grab a slice or two.> read more
Ah, the good ol' American hot dog. Slap it on a bun, squirt it with mustard and catsup and you've got the perfect hand-held, summertime treat you can eat on the go. But all dogs are not created equal. You've seen the red-dye, mystery-meat missiles that have been spinning around on the convenience store grill for who knows how long. Those are bad doggies. Here are five places on the Grand Strand to find that perfect dog with all the great fixings.> read more
Broadway at the Beach — the 350-acre, all-in-one destination for dining, shopping and entertainment on the Grand Strand — is growing even bigger this year. What this means for return visitors is a whole new experience at the familiar favorite that attracts more than 14 million folks a year; what this means for newcomers is another reason to make your Myrtle Beach vacation a recurring one. Lei Gainer, spokeswoman for Broadway at the Beach, helped us out by highlighting some of the new attractions coming to the “festival entertainment complex” soon.> read more
There’s nothing like a sunny day in the Myrtle Beach sun, but one can only take so much heat. The good news is there are plenty of places to get out of the sun and into some fun during your Grand Strand vacation. Here are four options for cooling off and chilling out in Myrtle Beach.> read more
The trend toward non-smoking restaurants has already swept through much of the nation, but tobacco-producing and consuming states like South Carolina have been slow to dinner table. Although the vast majority of restaurants have separate sections for smoking and non-smoking or require patrons to step aside to a special section to enjoy an after-dinner cigarette, there are no state laws requiring them to ban smoking on site. It's up to each restaurant to decide their own smoking policy. Here are some of the top places to eat in a smoke-free environment.> read more
The only thing better than feasting on some fresh Myrtle Beach seafood is doing so while looking out over the ocean from whence your meal came. From the fishing villages of Calabash and Little River down to the Lowcountry towns of Murrells Inlet and Pawleys Island, the Grand Strand has some great restaurants with excellent views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. Here along the top five on the Strand.> read more
You don’t have to make a trip south of the Mexican border to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. Everybody’s favorite reason for a Mexican fiesta is observed throughout the Myrtle Beach area at restaurants and bars. Here are the top five places to commemorate the occasion:> read more
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