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Located across from Broadway at the Beach, Captain George's fresh seafood bounty is sure to dispel any misgivings you may have about the buffet experience. Plan on a feast of scallops, steamed crab legs, clams, mahi-mahi, shrimp, barbecued ribs, prime rib, salads and vegetables! Plus, there are always plenty of dessert choices. Needless to say, if you plan to eat at one of the Captain's tables, bring along a BIG appetite. Children under 12 eat for half price.learn more
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Carrabba’s is best known for its wood-burning grill, inspired by the many tastes of Italy. Signature dishes like Chicken Bryan, Pollo Rosa Maria and, of course, Marsala, are enhanced by the taste of the grill. Other house specialties include Signature Pastas, with sauces made from scratch every day. Traditional dishes such as Calamari, Margherita Pizza and Chicken Parmesan share the spotlight. Little ones ten and under will enjoy the “Bambini Menu” and pizza dough is offered to keep young customers entertained. A Gluten Free menu is also available. Serving dinner nightly and weekend lunch.
Happy Hour from 4-7 p.m. daily
Carside Carry-Out Available
Carrabba’s Catering for parties of 10 or more
Three Myrtle Beach area locations:
Myrtle Beach • 6803 North Kings Hwy. • (843) 467-2600
N. Myrtle Beach • 1015 US Hwy. 17 N (843) 281-9222
Murrells Inlet •511 Courtfield Dr. • (843) 652-3800
843-357-9175 | Visit Website
The Original "Hot and Hot Fish Club" was founded near the end of the 18th century and was probably the first dining establishment in Murrells Inlet. The first clubhouse was said to be on Drunken Jack Island, located just a few miles south of the present-day Hot Fish Club, near what is now Huntington Beach State Park. Members of the club described their past time spent on the island as the "happiest hours" of their lives. The club was dismantled and finally laid to rest after the Civil War. An ever-shifting sand bar off the coast of Huntington Beach State Park is now all that remains of the original site of that Hot and Hot Fish Club.learn more
843-626-4677 | Visit Website
Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery is based on America's rich ethnic cooking styles, complimented by finely hand-crafted beers, tantalizing starters and perfectly seared steaks. We've got something brewing you're sure to like. Liberty is also a celebration of life, family and the pursuit of happiness. So bring us your hungry, your thirsty and fun-loving, we'll send you home refreshed and fulfilled.learn more
843-626-4700 | Visit Website
The Breakers Resort gives you dining and entertainment choices that please everyone! Breakfast is served daily at Papa's featuring a full hearty breakfast buffet or breakfast prepared to order. At night the dining room transforms into the hottest dinner spot on the Grand Strand featuring steaks, chicken and creative fish entrees.learn more
843-272-3338 | Visit Website
For many people, finding great places to eat is one of the best parts of vacation. But with more than 2,000 restaurants in Myrtle Beach, locating the good ones can be a daunting task. Choose Preston’s Seafood and Country Buffet and you’ll quickly establish a new family favorite. The food is wonderful, the service friendly and efficient, and the atmosphere inviting!learn more
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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. With nine guestrooms and three home cooked meals daily, the guesthouse was a forerunner in providing the warm southern hospitality Myrtle Beach is known for today. Howard's Manor was advertised as a place where friends meet each year with the beach at their front door./p>learn more