Located in the Blue Water Resort, Bolton’s Blue Water Café is one of the only resort restaurants open to the public. Opened in June 2015, Bolton’s Blue Water Café is owned and operated by the Nationally Accredited James Bolton. Before becoming a restauranteur, Bolton had a decorated career as a police officer, paramedic, and firefighter. His career took him many places—he traveled extensively throughout the United States and, during his travels, he realized his great love for food. Everywhere Bolton went he picked up recipes and added them to his own cooking repertoire.
In addition to understanding delicious meals, Bolton also understands that many of us are on a budget. Because of his love for food and his duty to the public, Bolton’s Blue Water Café offers tasty, hearty meals at a fair and honest price.
This awesome new restaurant is open daily from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. for breakfast and lunch, and on Fridays from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. for dinner, so if you are driving through Myrtle Beach and start craving delectable food, then be sure to stop by! Enjoy a “Country Style Home Cooked” breakfast with selections such as homemade biscuits and sausage gravy, pan cooked eggs, award winning omelets, sizzling bacon, sausage, home fries, and much, much more.
For lunch, enjoy a hand patted burger seasoned with Bolton’s personal recipe. Or, try a steak that looks equally as amazing as it tastes. Bolton’s Blue Water Café offers other options such as hot dogs topped with Bolton’s secret recipe chili, pan fried fish, shrimp, chicken, and more.
The dinners at Bolton’s Blue Water Café are becoming the talk of the Grand Strand. Join Bolton and his friendly staff for a gigantically portioned dinner plate at a wonderful price. Your taste buds and your belly will be more than happy.
Bolton’s Blue Water Café is the epitome of Southern Charm. The staff here is extremely friendly, and James Bolton himself will greet you at the door. The staff here welcomes you to laugh, talk, dance, and just have a down right good ol’ time while you are at Bolton’s Blue Water Café. In fact, it is not uncommon for the staff and owner to start shagging the night away in the large dining area. While you are eating, check out the local artwork that adorns the walls, or look out the window and gaze at the ocean. At Bolton’s Blue Water Café, you can even find items such as beach toys, mini-mart items, and gifts at astounding prices.
Bolton’s Blue Water Café is open year-round, so make sure to stop by and taste the delicious food yourself next time you are in town.Open
2001 S. Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577