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Myrtle Beach Restaurant Reviews
Myrtle Beach restaurants offer something for every palette. With well over 1,500 eateries of all kinds, sadly, very few are top-shelf, and, sadly, the vast majority of them are best forgotten. Hey, this is the Redneck Rivera, so what can you expect.
The following Myrtle Beach Restaurant Reviews are distilled from the good, the bad and the ugly dining experiences of the officers, directors and associates of the Myrtle Beach Golf Association, supplemented by feedback from our golfers. While the primary focus is on the quality of the cuisine, other important factors that also influence the ratings are friendliness, service, presentation, facilities, cleanliness, value and clientele.
However, the most critical question that must be asked of and answered by every eatery in a resort destination, like Myrtle Beach, is, "Is going to this particular restaurant worth the trip?" Why would a vacationer invest his or her time, energy and hard-earned money, while traveling hundreds of miles, only to eat in a mediocre, poor or down-right lousy restaurant, especially when they can do that at home without any of the aggravation and at a fraction of the cost? That over-riding question, and the answers that the MBGA gets, is why the MBGA ratings bar is so much higher than any others.
Simply “click” on a restaurant's name below and you will be quickly taken to that restaurant's MBGA review!
= A Great Restaurant to Check Out
= Think and Consider This One
= Forget About It!
(4/5), based on 3 reviews A great, noisy, little hideaway with something always going on all day and into the night. While the menu is limited all of their offerings are fresh and very good. The salty crew (especially the characters behind the bar) are warm and… Read More »
(5/5), based on 1 review This neat new offering from the folks who own the Island Deli in Pawleys Island is much better than its sister eatery, and is already one of the best choices in that part of town. It’s a handsome facility that’s open for lunch and dinner.… Read More »
(5/5), based on 1 review One of the few places in town where you can actually see the Ocean. Limited menu, primarily burgers and sandwiches with a couple of entrees or specials. Regulars get friendly service while new faces are sometimes treated like second-class… Read More »
(5/5), based on 1 review We know, we said that, “we’re through with this joint,” but we have gone back a couple of times for lunch. Old News: The bar, table and menus were still “sticky.” The bartenders were still apathetic. It’s still very noisy. There was still… Read More »
(3/5), based on 1 review Forget Margaritaville (see review below), as this cool new offering from Jimmy Buffett and the Outback Steakhouse folks puts that god-awful tourist trap to shame, and is a must for anyone wanting good food and fun in a campy Caribbean… Read More »
(4/5), based on 1 review This restaurant on a lake is pretty much average for the higher-end Myrtle Beach eateries. An extensive and solid menu with large, well-prepared portions, but nothing that really knocked our socks off. We go there on Sunday’s for their… Read More »
(5/5), based on 1 review Lately this rustic, multi-level establishment has made a comeback lately. While their salad bar is rather limited, it is associated with the Charthouse restaurants, so the fare is consistent with their steaks and prime rib being their trademarks. Read More »
(4/5), based on 1 review This is a great place to go anytime of the day or night. A cool place that has one of the most interesting and extensive menus in town, so allow some time to study it – an adult beverage always seems to help our concentration. We usually… Read More »
(3/5), based on 2 reviews While you can still get baskets of roasted peanuts and icy cold beer here, and the staff at the Cherry Grove location is pretty friendly, their wonderful homemade breadsticks and garlic clams are gone, as the clown who runs these joints… Read More »
(5/5), based on 2 reviews There isn’t much atmosphere here, except on St. Patrick’s Day, and the service can be spotty. The food, however, is very good. With corned beef and cabbage, Longford (Irish) stew and grilled pork chops and very reasonable prices, this… Read More »
(5/5), based on 2 reviews We’re please to finally report that this handsome establishment has returned to our list of favorite eateries. We really want to commend the owners, the two Dino’s, on all of the improvements, especially the extended and improved bill of… Read More »
(4/5), based on 1 review Now here’s a different experience for you. This rustic little Cajun-style eatery overlooking the inlet was well known for being the haunt of the notorious Flo, a real character known for her goofy hats, and cutting off neckties. Sadly, Flo… Read More »
(4/5), based on 1 review One of the very best restaurants in the Carolinas. A wonderful and diverse up-scale menu that changes weekly, with personable and professional service to match. Our favorites are the McClellanville Crab Cakes and Spicy Fried Oysters for… Read More »
(5/5), based on 1 review This well-appointed, Mediterranean style, family-owned and somewhat pricy restaurant is basically Italian. They feature veal, duck, pasta, seafood, 60 different martinis and 120 wines (20 by the glass). While we like the lobster and potato… Read More »
(4/5), based on 1 review This little eatery does the “raw bar” thing a little differently. They have “fighting chairs” bolted to the floor around the bar, and they have “steam kettles” with five different ways of steaming their shrimp, clams, mussels, scallops and… Read More »
(4/5), based on 1 review There is only one Umberto’s, and it’s this one. This Italian restaurant always gives you more than you can eat and more than your money’s worth. Soup, salad, vegetable, pasta and entrée make up every meal. Their monster cuts of meat are… Read More »