Uniquely positioned to overlook both the ocean on one side and Murrells Inlet on the other, Gulfstream Cafe is known for its scenic deck-top views and top-notch seafood. Seasonal oyster roasts and Sunday brunches (complete with Bloody Mary bar) help make Gulfstream a fan favorite for Myrtle Beach visitors.
Seafood is king of Gulfstream’s tempting menu with appetizers such as Oysters Rockefeller, fried calamari, shrimp cocktail and she-crab soup. Appetizer prices are in the $10 range. Entrees include jumbo lump crab cakes, salmon portobello, king crab legs, or a traditional Southern fried seafood platter featuring a choice of shrimp, scallops, oysters or flounder. For the non-seafood lovers in your group, chicken parmesan, roasted duck and steaks are also tasty options. Dinner prices range from $17.95 for chicken parmesan to $38.95 for Alaskan king crab legs. Smaller portions at lower rates are available beginning at 4 p.m. with the Early Evening Menu. Sunday brunch buffet prices are $9.95 for adults and $5.95 for kids. Brunch items vary, but may include stuffed french toast, seafood crepes, crab cake sliders, steak and eggs, or N’awlins shrimp & grits.
Gulfstream Cafe offers indoor and outdoor seating. The upstairs deck offers spectacular views of the ocean and Murrells Inlet. Indoor seating features cozy tables with white tablecloths as well as nice views from the window seats. The atmosphere is laid-back with a friendly waitstaff and tons of smiling customers!