Myrtle Beach Restaurants

One of the best things about the Myrtle Beach and Grand Strand area is the large selection of restaurants we have. Whether you’re looking for something upscale or low-key, steakhouse or seafood, a BBQ joint or anything in between, you’re sure to find it in a 10-15 mile radius.

Located less than 5 miles north of Lakewood Campground is The Market Common. This is a mixed residential and commercial hub which features restaurants such as Gordon Biersch, P.F. Changs, Co Sushi, Tupelo Honey, Kings Street Grill, Travinia’s Italian Kitchen, Nacho Hippo and a handful of others!

About 10 miles up the road, to the northwest there is another cluster of restaurants, shops, rides, and entertainment called Broadway at the Beach. This is somewhere you’re going to want to block off a couple of hours for since there’s literally endless fun to be had here! This is a place the whole family can enjoy! You will find restaurants like Paula Dean’s Family Kitchen, Liberty Brewery and Grill, King Kong Sushi, Wahlburger’s, Yamato Japanese Steakhouse, Landry’s Seafood, Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville, Johnny Rocket’s, Dave & Buster’s, Hardrock Café, and more! Just on the outskirts of Broadway, you will also find places like Carolina Ale House, Mellow Mushroom, TBonz, and Rioz Brazillian Steakhouse.

Scattered along the coast stretching about 10-15 north are a mix of upscale and casual dining spots including The Melting Pot, RipTydz, Collector’s Café, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Soho’s, Thoroughbred’s Chophouse & Seafood Grille, Flamingo Grill, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Bonefish, Outback and more!

10 miles down on the south end, you will find quaint, Murrells Inlet Marshwalk. This is home to some of the best seafood spots in town and is located directly on the water! You will find places like Drunken Jack’s Restaurant and Lounge, Costa Coastal Kitchen & Bar, Wicked Tuna, Dead Dog Saloon, The Claw House, Bovines, Creek Ratz, Dave’s Dockside, Lee’s Inlet Kitchen, Hot Fish Club, River City Café and more! If you want to “go where the local’s go”, this is your spot!

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