Myrtle Beach Restaurant Guide
All along the Grand Strand, visitors can enjoy hundreds of restaurant options to choose from. The north and south ends of the strand are world famous for their seafood options. North Myrtle Beach and Calabash, North Carolina specializes in the Calabash style of cooking. On the south end of the strand, chefs focus on creating a low- country flavor that keeps you coming back for more. If seafood is not what you are looking for, there are many other options for visitors to choose from including Greg Norman’s Australian Grille at Barefoot Landing or Austin’s Restaurant and Bar located in Pawley’s Island. Central Myrtle Beach also has a wide range of popular restaurants to choose from including Hard Rock Café and Planet Hollywood. Whether you are looking for that low-country specialty or a quick convenient bite to eat, Myrtle Beach has many options to offer.