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Whether you’re a local or are just stopping in to Myrtle Beach for vacation, here are five restaurants you have to try that will truly delight your tastebuds.
Local on the Water
As the name suggests, this spot is well-known for locally sourcing their ingredients to support the community and bring the freshest flavors to the plate. Whether you want something Southern-inspired, fresh seafood, or a great burger, enjoy your food while looking out over the water! The view is known to be North Myrtle Beach’s best sunset-viewing spot.
With two locations in Myrtle Beach, it’s easy to find Blueberry’s Grill for a bite to eat. Open seven days a week, this restaurant is well-known for both sweet and savory breakfast options. The menu keeps the crowds coming, offering everything from creatively-topped eggs benedict (try it with salmon!), to biscuits & gravy with freshly made sausage.
Hook & Barrel
This seafood joint works hard to provide amazing fresh fish, shrimp, oysters and more! The restaurant also prides itself on being sustainable as well. Pro tip: order their scrumptious oyster stew, prepared right in front of you at the bar, or sample the locally-caught “angry clams,” prepared with a white wine butter sauce, cherry bomb peppers, tomato and garlic.
Another beloved breakfast spot, Johnny D’s offers a menu with never-ending inspiration to start the day off right. For the diners with a sweet tooth, try a decadent Red Velvet Waffle topped with cinnamon sugar & butter. For a savory option, be sure to order the Pork Belly Benedict or spicy avocado omelette.
Marketed as “a little weird,” the Sneaky Beagle has a little bit of everything good. Stop in for tried-and-true brews and sushi, or get a little more creative with some of the more unusual offerings, like fettuccine alfredo tacos or marshmallow fluff and Nutella paninis. Check the schedule to see which local musicians are performing and get ready to experiment!