Like the famous golfer who serves as the namesake of this Barefoot Landing establishment, this restaurant is also a major winner. Greg Norman brings the flavors of his native country and from his world travels under one roof for a unique fine dining experience.
Despite the “Land Down Under” theme, Greg Norman’s menu is more of a fusion concept that incorporates flavors from all over the planet to create cleverly executed dishes. The poached cold-water lobster tails, wood-grilled New Zealand rack of lamb and seared tuna, jumbo diver scallops and Pacific Northwest salmon are prime examples of Norman’s use of diverse ingredients from around the world to create culinary masterpieces. From prime steaks and chops to the treasures from the sea, Norman’s takes fresh produce, meats, seafood and spices and blends them together for a taste sensation. Norman’s also features an extensive wine list with bottles from around the world. Also enjoy a wide selection of salads, soups and starters, and don’t forget a dessert of mousse or a soufflé with a coffee or cordial.
Elegant and upscale, Norman’s provides the perfect venue for a romantic dinner. Located on the Intracoastal Waterway, Norman’s offers outdoor seating and an excellent view of sunset as well as more formal seating inside. The open kitchen allows the glow of the wood-fired grill to work its magic in the dimly-lit dining area.
4930 Highway 17 South, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
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