Two Favorite Spots for Late Night Eats in Myrtle Beach

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Just because the sun’s gone down doesn’t mean your appetite has. In fact, sometimes Myrtle Beach vacations just call for late-night bites, don’t they? A day spent playing in the sun and sand topped off with a few island-themed beverages … after all that, a late night nosh session may be just what the doctor ordered!

Here are two favorite options Myrtle Beach locals love:

Lola’s Country Cooking and Late Night Delivery
The tagline at Lola’s says it all: “country cooking for the soul.” Lola’s is open from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Monday through Saturday. It’s a delivery and take-out establishment, but it’s so good, you won’t care where you end up eating.

The first thing you need to know about the food at Lola’s is this: Chicken N’ Waffles.

You can also load up with a blue plate for $8.95 that comes with one meat and two sides, taking your pick from the likes of fried chicken or fish, pork chop, ox tails, turkey wings or meatloaf and a heaping helping of rice, field peas, collards, macaroni and cheese … our mouths are watering as we write. Lola’s also offers sandwich baskets with fries including Philly cheese steaks and shrimp po’ boys. You can get salads, too, but if you do, we recommend the fried oyster salad when they’re in season. Another don’t-miss: Lola’s pineapple lemonade.

Lola’s is located at 938 A. Highway 501 in Myrtle Beach. See the full menu at //www.lolasdelivery.com or call 843-448-2011.

Bumstead’s Pub:
Think of this English-style pub as the big brother of Dagwood’s Deli, the original Myrtle Beach institution beloved for its deli-style stacked sandwiches (which can also be delivered). Bumstead’s stays open until midnight seven days a week, and the kitchen stays open until just before last call. The dark wood-lined interior and TVs also make Bumstead’s a great place to catch a game, whether you’re a hockey fan or a football lover—though we’re talking about American football, not English. This is still South Carolina, y’all.

The menu at Bumstead’s includes typical bar food such as cheese garlic bread and jalapeno poppers as well as a long list of great sandwiches, burgers and salads—plus Bumstead’s has a wide selection of both bottled and draft beers. Bumstead’s Pub is located at 400 Mr. Joe White Ave. in Myrtle Beach. More information is available at www.bumsteadspub.com.

Posted 4/30/13