Top 10 Burgers in Myrtle Beach
The easy part is finding a great place for burgers in Myrtle Beach. The hard part is deciding which one to visit. You can't go wrong by hitting one of these 10 hot spots for burgers:
710 North Myrtle Beach
710 North Myrtle Beach may be an awesome bowling alley, but their food is far from your typical bowling alley fare. The full-scale kitchen at 710 North Myrtle Beach cooks up a full menu of upscale dishes including fresh burgers. Sink your teeth into 710's Black & Bleu Burger (100% Angus beef, carmelized onions, roasted red pepper, crumbled bleu cheese, blue cheese dressing), the Strike Burger (100% Angus beef, sauteed portabella mushrooms, applewood smoked bacon, Swiss, and 710 sauce), or the Hangover Fixer (100% Angus beef, fried egg, cheddar cheese, apple wood smoked bacon, lettuce, tomato, on a potato bun).
Art Burger Sushi Bar
This new, trendy hot spot on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk creates some tasty burgers named after famous artists. Try the Picasso, the Van Gogh or the Rembrandt, just to name a few, and order some fresh sushi for an unusual but delicious combination. The liquid nitrogen tank creates some great frozen drinks and desserts.
This growing national chain finally came to the Grand Strand with a North Myrtle Beach location. Serving thick mounds of beef, fresh toppings and a steamed bun with the name branded into it. Excellent side items and tasty desserts make this a great place to get your burger fix.
Go back in time to a 1950s-era soda shop, complete with classic cars cruising in the parking lot. Burky's keeps the spirit of the good ol' days alive by serving burgers hot off the grill, other favorites like hot dogs, fries and chili, and ice cream, shakes and malts for dessert. Every other Friday, regulars drive their vintage cars and swap stories in the parking lot.
Cheeseburger in Paradise
Jimmy Buffett's famous song comes to life at this tropical-themed paradise. Serving a wide selection of seafood and Caribbean favorites, the burger takes center stage. Using 100 percent Angus beef, CIP offers unique combinations like the Baja Burger, Cajun Burger, Cuban Burger and the original with “lettuce and tomato, Heinz 57 and French-fried potatoes.”
This regional chain recently opened its first Myrtle Beach location and folks are still lining up to get a taste of the old-fashioned burgers you make in your back yard. Get your burgers Cajun Style, Cheddar Style or Ranch Style with all the usual toppings. Cookout also makes great shakes in 40 different flavors.
Five Guys Burgers and Fries
This Washington, DC-based chain has several locations on the Grand Strand and continues to pack them in for the fresh ground and grilled burgers with a mountain of toppings that you select. Almost as famous are the hand-cut fries sprinkled with Cajun seasonings.
Hidden from sight across from the popular Barefoot Landing complex, this local hangout is one of the best values on the Grand Strand. Enjoy hand-patted burgers steamed on the flat top grill and served with fries, onion rings and hot wings. Wash it down with $1 drafts all the time.
This downtown Myrtle Beach institution has been serving up hot burgers off the grill to hungry vacationers for more than 75 years in the same oceanfront location. Peaches is also famous for its hot dogs, chili fries and handmade milkshakes, but puts out the best burger on Ocean Boulevard. Try the house special with chili, slaw, onions and mustard.
River City Cafe
This local chain has won numerous awards for best burger in town, and for good reason. Fresh beef patties are made to order with an array of all the traditional toppings plus some unique ingredients. Have it your way, or get a little wild with the Peanut Butter Burger or the Black N' Bleu Burger. Throw your peanut shells on the floor and have a great time.