Myrtle Beach continues to be a culinary staple among locals and visitors. From local start-ups to famous franchises, the Grand Strand caters to every palette. As our area continues to grow in population and popularity, we’ve seen more and more restaurants pop up. Check out a few of our favorites and let us know which ones you’re most excited to try.
Debuting earlier this past summer, Lucy Buffett, Jimmy Buffett’s sister, introduced us to LuLu’s - Barefoot Landing’s newest waterfront restaurant. LuLu’s offers amazing views with even better food. With a menu of delicious seafood and land lovers favorites, to live music and free boat dockage, LuLu’s has a great atmosphere that’s fun for the whole family.
The newest restaurant to hit the Carolina Forest area is Sol y Luna Latin Cantina. Enjoy delicious cocktails and some of the best tacos on the beach. Stop in for Happy Hour, lunch or dinner and experience the taste of Latin America.
The wait is finally over for this live music joint known as Tin Roof. The restaurant, bar and live entertainment venue has the best view of Myrtle Beach. Resting oceanfront just north of the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, Tin Roof is the perfect spot to enjoy a cocktail with friends, host a corporate event or enjoy the sounds of local musicians.
Some of you are probably wondering why this is on the list. Well yes, Banditos did close its doors in 2016, but unleashed a new and improved restaurant and bar that is sure to be a favorite among locals and visitors. This Mexican restaurant is in the same building as Tin Roof - sharing the best view in Myrtle Beach. Enjoy Mexican fare and delicious Margaritas!
From the owners that brought you 710 in North Myrtle Beach, 810 Billiards & Bowling in The Market Common is the perfect place for locals to enjoy a game of bowling, challenge each other in pool, play iconic games in the arcade, enjoy live music, trivia and delicious food and beverages. For those looking to ditch the hussle and bussle of busy Broadway at the Beach and Barefoot Landing, head over to The Market Common and experience 810.
Blueberry’s Grill opened in the Grande Dunes community in 2017 and has already had an amazing year, thus, deciding to open another location at Barefoot Landing. From favorites like eggs benedict, blueberry pancakes and waffles to specialty coffees, Blueberry’s offers a casual dining experience daily for breakfast and lunch.
We all have our favorite pizza joints, but here’s another unique addition. Brixx offers wood fired pizzas, salads, sandwiches and desserts. They even offer a Sunday Brunch menu with breakfast inspired pizzas. Stop by their location on North Kings Highway near the Grande Dunes community.
This new pint-sized restaurant in Murrells Inlet is putting a spin on traditional sandwiches and serving up delicious meats, cheeses and craft brews. Visit their location off Inlet Square Drive, order to-go or have them cater your business or event. You’ll love what is sure to be a new local favorite.
Another restaurant we’re sure you’ve heard of is The Grumpy Monk. The Carolina Forest location off Highway 501 has been a favorite spot to watch a game or enjoy Happy Hour for a couple years now. With its growing popularity, they opened a location at Broadway at the Beach. Same great flavor, same great company.
Last but not least, is a little cafe in the downtown area of Myrtle Beach. The Good Day Cafe offers an interesting array of menu options - from Bubble tea and smoothies to hot dogs and lobster rolls. They pride themselves on having an amazing vegan menu to satisfy all preferences.
Are you hungry yet? We hope we helped narrow down some options for your next lunch date or night out on the town. As Myrtle Beach continues to grow, we’ll keep you updated on the newest and greatest additions to our area. Cheers!