Myrtle Beach Restaurants Local Guide with 22,366 Restaurant Reviews, news and Grand Strand Dining Info

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The Myrtle Beach Restaurants Local Guide

This Myrtle Beach Restaurants Guide is a resource for both locals and visitors searching for places to dine on the Grand Strand, with reviews by regular people who've eaten at our vast number of restaurants.

The reviews on this site, by our website visitors, include the many places to eat in the areas of Myrtle Beach, Little River, North Myrtle Beach, Murrells Inlet, Calabash, Surfside Beach, Garden City, Pawleys Island, Sunset Beach, and every other area along the Strand.

Not everyone visiting the Myrtle Beach area plays golf or shops for souveniers, not all locals and vacationers swim at the beach; and not every group coming to town attends the various shows and attractions.

At one time or another, however, all visitors and all locals share a common activity: eating out at the wide variety of area restaurants, and this guide is here to help with the multitude of choices.

See our major changes for 2015.


Myrtle Beach Restaurant News

Restaurants everywhere are now offering their customers a wifi connection as more and more people prefer to dine where free, wireless internet is available. It's no different in the Myrtle Beach area, and there are multiple local restaurants with wifi.

Restaurants with WIFI

We've added the "wifi" symbol next to a restaurant's listing to show those who offer it, as well as expanded our section dedicated to listing those with wifi, since most people are connected via their cellphones, tablets, laptops and ipads...

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How this guide is organized

In order to make it as easy as possible to find great places to dine on the Grand Strand, we've separated restaurants by type of cuisine served, like seafood buffets, steak houses, Italian, Japanese, Irish, international, etc.

You can also locate where to eat by area, such as Murrells Inlet, North Myrtle Beach, Georgetown, Surfside Beach, Little River, and other coastal areas of the Grand Strand.

Please note that we've separated out the areas of Restaurant Row, Barefoot Landing, Broadway at the Beach, Cherry Grove, and Myrtle Beach Mall (formerly Colonial Mall) either because of the number of great dining choices at a location, or to make it easier to find a place to eat while at a shopping complex or while enjoying a few hours at an entertainment complex.

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If you've just eaten at a fabulous place, or one not so fabulous, share the experience and write a review!

We've provided a very easy-to-use rating system of 1 to 5 stars (one being poor quality and 5 being excellent quality) for things like atmosphere, food quality, time to be seated, noise level, and more.

We've included photos of various places to dine and provide free, courtesy links to web sites that we know about.


Why and how this information can help

The Grand Strand covers quite a bit of distance along the northern coast of South Carolina and the southern coast of North Carolina, and with so many choices of where to eat on the Grand Strand, even locals know how difficult it is to pick only a few a day!

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For many years, newcomers and visitors to Myrtle Beach have been wanting more information on the web about the seemingly overwhelming dining choices in our area.

This site is the end result of all the requests we've received, and we are happy that after years of planning, we're finally able to help those near and far seeking more information about available dining choices in this area.

The editors and staff of this site love to eat out, value the variety of cuisines in our local area, look for good restaurants that are reasonably priced, with quality food, service, and atmosphere, and hope this site helps all locals and visitors learn more about the great dining choices available on the Grand Strand.

MBSCR Editors & Staff
Special thanks to Mark Denski for his contribution of south-end photos, and to everyone who submitted photos for this site.