Four Places to Eat Late Night in Myrtle Beach

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When you’re on vacation, there are plenty of places to eat dinner in Myrtle Beach, from fine dining to a quick bite on the beach. But if you end up needing to find a spot to eat late night, you may need a little bit of help finding a real meal. We’re here to help!

Here are five Myrtle Beach late night dining options for true night owls:

• Steak n’ Shake
This classic burger joint was founded in 1934 and is still running strong at locations all across the country. At Steak n’ Shake, you can pick up breakfast from midnight until 11 a.m. whether you’re in the mood for biscuits and gravy to a California skillet with chicken. But the primary focus is steakburgers, franks, fries and shakes. Located at 10835 Kings Road, Myrtle Beach, open; open 24 hours seven days a week.
• Sam’s Corner
Voted the best 24-hour restaurant in Myrtle Beach by Sun-News readers in 2011, Sam’s is a great spot for hot dogs, chili dogs, milk shakes, fries and even beer and cocktails. Located at 7718 N. Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach; open 24 hours seven days a week.
• Lulu’s Café
This 50s-style diner has a full bar and a huge menu filled with comfort food, including fried bologna sandwiches, breakfast favorites, grilled cheese sandwiches and more. It’s open 24 hours during the summer, with limited hours in the off season. Currently, it’s open for breakfast and lunch Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 1 a.m. to midnight on Friday and Saturday.
• Ron Jon’s Beer and Burgers
This casual dining restaurant is a local hangout with great burgers, pizza, and pub food, plus a full bar and pool tables. Kids are allowed during the day, though the non-smoking section closes earlier than the smoking section. Located at 3218 Waccamaw Blvd., Myrtle Beach; open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily.

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Posted 3/19/03