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Noizy Oyster

Seafood Restaurant in Myrtle Beach

 
Noizy Oyster
Rated: 3.4 out of 5 with 76 Reviews

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Noizy Oyster
101 South Kings Hwy
Myrtle Beach
843-626-3686
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Noizy Oyster
Posted: Aug 12th, 2015 at 7:24 pm
From: Holland, MI
By: tr


Avg. Rating:2.3
When they are busy they are unable to give you a wait time. Need to make reservations.
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Posted: Jul 28th, 2015 at 1:08 pm
From: toms river, NEW JERSEY
By: ski


Avg. Rating:2.5
Myrtle Beach is noted for friendly welcoming people. The noisy oyster has missed the boat on this level. The hostess and waitstaff are below par, and are unfriendly. The food does keep this place afloat the mac & cheese with crab unique and very tasty. The crabcakes are the highlight. They are not bashful with their prices and if they are not careful with the attitude adjustment is place will go down like the Titanic.
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Posted: Apr 09th, 2015 at 10:55 am
From: Murrells Inlet, SC
By: pb


Avg. Rating:4.8
My sister & I are both from Maryland. She now lives in NJ & I am now a local here. We went here on her recent visit & the crab cakes were excellent. Without a doubt, the best in the area. I work in the hospitality industry & will now be recommending this to all my customers! Great food that is very reasonable.
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Posted: Mar 25th, 2015 at 9:00 pm
From: myrtle beach, S.C.
By: ww


Avg. Rating:2
1.. 8 Jumbo whole wings as listed on menu are really 4 jumbo wings. When I asked ,the waitress said it was 4 drumlets and 4 flats. that=4 wings, not 8 WHOLE wings. 2.. the menu states 8 jumbo coconut shrimp. When they arrived there were 5 shrimp. The waitress said it's because we are using larger shrimp now
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Noizy Oyster
Posted: Feb 14th, 2015 at 9:39 pm
From: MYRTLE BEACH, SC
By: t&f


Avg. Rating:4.8
Perfect place to lunch with my sweetie on Valentine's Day! Ginger gets a thumb up
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Posted: Jan 12th, 2013 at 9:12 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: sam


Avg. Rating:5
We are lovers of "Baltimore/Maryland" style steamed blue crabs & crab cakes and honestly can state that Kelley's crabs n cakes are among the best. The entire menu is "YUMMMM" and the entire wait-staff is "Awesome". "Thank you Kelly" for bringing a touch of home to Myrtle Beach" You've made us loyal patrons She & Charlie, Baltimore ex's
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Posted: Nov 24th, 2012 at 5:20 pm
From: Millsboro, DE
By: aw


Avg. Rating:4.5
We live in Delaware where we know our crab cakes and these were very good! We also enjoyed the ribs. It does have a bar feel but there was no one at the bar when we went. My family agreed we would go again.
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Posted: Aug 07th, 2012 at 9:12 pm
From: New Oxford, PA
By: jw


Avg. Rating:5
This is late in coming since we ate there in August of 2011 but we are headed back to Myrtle Beach on Thursday and fully intend to eat there again maybe more than once this week! First of all I highly recommend Kelleys Sangria ,it is fabulous & 2 will leave you all warm and fuzzy Yuuummm its sooooo good. We also had a pitcher of Margaritas that were also excellent. This was one of the few places that actually tasted like there was alcohol in the drinks. The Crab Cakes were to die for and the shrimp was delicious. We had quite a montage of food at our table of 17 adults and children, well behaved ones :) and the service was impeccable and everyone, children included, was very pleased with their food. One waitress serves the whole place and does it very well. My mouth is watering writing this as my friends and I can not wait to be back in MB this coming week so we can go there again!
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Posted: Jul 24th, 2012 at 3:53 pm
From: Wadesboro, NC
By: jwhj


Avg. Rating:5
Me and my wife eat ther every year when we go to the beach and the food is very good and i cant wait to go back to it again.
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Posted: Feb 28th, 2012 at 11:14 pm
From: Conover, NC
By: cb


Avg. Rating:2.8
I liked this place to a degree. Very expensive,way over priced. The food was good. Not enough food for the price. Everyone was friendly,nice. Just way too expensie for the quanity of food served. I will go back to find out if th quanity has been increased. Not everyone drinks alcohol to fll up! I am in Myrtle Beach very often
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Posted: Aug 21st, 2011 at 5:19 pm
From: Pine Hall, NC
By: jh....rs


Avg. Rating:5
My boyfriend and i first ate at the noizy oyster in early summer we were absolutely blown away. The food was awesome the atmosphere was probably the best of any place i have had been to in myrtle beach and the staff will keep me coming back everytime.....we have been back to the beach twice since this time in early summer and the noizy oyster keeps callin our name each and every time. i think we have probably tried everything on the menu and there is nothing we don't like. The fried oyster sandwich is to die for....the mussels are the bomb and i could go on and on....we will definately keep comin back for more everytime we are at myrtle beach....
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Posted: Aug 01st, 2011 at 5:33 am
From: MOUNT CLEMENS, MI
By: tf


Avg. Rating:4.5
My wife and I ordered the crabcakes with sweet potato fries and the steamed snow crab legs. All were delicious. The waitress told us that the crab legs were steamed with something added (a Maryland touch!) to give them a better taste -- and they were the best I've ever had! Very tasty with good texture. The crabcakes were large and very "meaty." The fries were crispy on the outside but nice and soft on the inside. Excellent! Atmosphere small town, food great, prices reasonable. Give it a try!
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Noizy Oyster
Posted: Jul 20th, 2011 at 11:22 pm
From: Greenville, SC
By: kp


Avg. Rating:1.3
Tried the NO based from online reviews...what a joke. there were 4 in our party - we arrived 3rd in line, after 20 minutes waiting the couple in front of us left, and the hostess talked to us like we were dogs. We told her the name of the couple that left, as requested, and she told us we were trying to break in line. when she realized we were not, she sat us, we waited another 15minutes just to put in a drink order. We waited 35 mintues to get our food. I ordered the oysters, which were the size of dimes...they only gave shrimp sauce to accompany the oysters. WILL NEVER EAT HERE AGAIN. OUR entire party was disgusted with the waitress, and the food was terrible.
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Posted: Jul 08th, 2011 at 8:22 am
From: Louisville, KY
By: cpf


Avg. Rating:4.5
We took a group of ten for a late lunch. We had called ahead and were seated immediately. All four appetizers were tasty and the entrees were wonderful. Prices were reasonably and the beer selection was good. This is not an overly fancy facility. It's a good, down-to-earth seafood joint.
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Noizy Oyster
Posted: Jul 04th, 2011 at 7:25 am
From: Wilmington, DE
By: clb


Avg. Rating:3.2
My husband and I dined here last night. Although we were seated immediately, we waited over an hour for our food to be served. The highlight of the night was watching a family sit down at a DIRTY table, tidy it up a little and then be asked by the waitress to leave because the table was not ready. (Obviously the family did not see the sign "Please Wait To Be Seated") and then to hear the lady complain how she cleaned the table and was then asked to leave. The other highlight was the screaming toddler in the hot pink booster seat placed on the table top - too funny! Other than that, the service was very friendly!
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Posted: Jul 02nd, 2011 at 7:17 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: dd


Avg. Rating:3.3
Just relocated from Annapolis to Myrtle Beach and decided to go to Noisy Oyster for crab cakes, let's just say Marylanders, not in same league as G and M's, Jerry's Crab Bomb, Stoney's or Edgewater Restaurant.
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Posted: Jun 24th, 2011 at 8:31 pm
From: Dayton, OH
By: ah


Avg. Rating:5
We visited the Noizy Oyster on our last night here and it may be the thing that brings us back! Great service (even for a Steelers fan in garb) and the Crabby Mac is incredible. I was warned as I went in that I was entering "enemy territory" by a regular (and Ravens fan) and we had a good laugh. They had great anti-Steeler shirts hanging around the bar and I still felt quite at home. All the food was delicious and left us wanting to go back.
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Posted: Apr 28th, 2011 at 9:59 pm
From: Roanoke, VA
By: red


Avg. Rating:5
My family visited the Noizy Oyster tonight for dinner based upon reviews here and on TripAdvisor - we were NOT disappointed. I agree with someone else here that this place is worthy of a Triple D appearance. With all the cheezy, overpriced seafood buffets in Myrtle Beach, this place is like finding a pearl. The food is delicious and service was great. They make you feel at home and really care about your experience. We dined on steamed crab legs, crabcake, steamed shrimp, seafood afredo, and my son had the BBQ sandwich (not bad, and glad there was something for the non-seafood lover). Everything was served hot and within reasonable time. The prices are on par with any restaurant serving good seafood - it's not cheap, but it doesn't taste cheap either. If you want cheap, I think there is a Captain D's somewhere in MB. For my family of 5 it was $125 with tip - this includes sodas, NO alcohol, and an appetizer. This place does not attract your average tourist - from the outside it doesn't look like much, but that is often the case with great food places - right? I'd say this is one of MB's best kept secrets. We will definitely be back AND will wear our Steeler's jerseys next time!
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Posted: Apr 25th, 2011 at 10:38 pm
From: Durham, NC
By: jt


Avg. Rating:4.7
The shrimp and grits dish was incredible - big juicy shrimp, smoky sausage flavor throughout. Crab legs were very good, too, meaty and fresh. Sweet potato fries with cinnamon and sugar on top were delicious, and did not feel greasy. Very good food.
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Posted: Mar 13th, 2011 at 8:43 pm
From: Marietta, OHIO
By: erd


Avg. Rating:3.8
I read several reviews, decided to give it a try. It is more of a bar than a restaurant, nothing fancy. I appeared most of the patrons were regulars, knew how to navigate the menu. I ordered a combo platter of shrimp-oysters-crab cake, the portions were huge, however it did not come with any sides. My wife had fried shrimp, 8 large shrimp with fries and slaw for $9.95, great food, more than enough for most appetites. We probably needed to asked a few questions about portion size, our server was extremely busy, I would say under staffed for the evening.
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Posted: Feb 28th, 2011 at 4:23 pm
From: PITTSBURGH, PA.
By: d.t.s.


Avg. Rating:2.5
If you are a Pittsburgh Steeler fan.. don't go here. We went and after we ordered noticed that this place is a Baltimore Ravens bar. Well, after noticing the "Steeler Bashing" items on the wall, we didn't even finish our food we were so mad. Never have I been in a sports bar that bashed other teems in the way this place does. Ya .. we don't mind that your Ravens fans, but why would you want to offend fans of another team? Especially when there are SO MANY Steeler fans in M.B.?? Are you stupid?? We won't go back.
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Posted: Jan 15th, 2011 at 10:23 pm
From: Harrisburg, PA
By: tsc


Avg. Rating:5
The Noizy Oyster was fantastic! We were looking for a good place to go for crab cakes and oysters. Did a search online and saw that the owners were from the Baltimore, Md area and figured they would have good seafood. So I put on my Pittsburgh Steeler jacket and headed their way. When we arrived we were thrilled with the great owners and great food! I only took one point off for atmosphere due to the Baltimore Raven crap hung proudly behind the bar! They were great sports and joked with us and took some pictures for us. We had a great time! I urge Steeler nation to eat at this establishment despite their Raven loyalties. Just don't forget your Steeler pride. Better luck next year Ravens.
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Posted: Nov 06th, 2010 at 10:34 am
From: Stockholm, NJ
By: mt


Avg. Rating:2.3
My husband and I have always made our first stop of our trip to Myrtle Beach to the Noisy Oyster. We always enjoyed a gouper sandwich and a crabcake sandwich for our first meal. This time we found that things had changed. The grouper sandwich was small and on a stale roll. The waitress refused to make me a crabcake sandwich as it was not on the menu. In the past It was ordered as a special and they would make it for me on repeat trips upon my request but not this time. The place was dirty and even though empty ( it was early ) The service wasn't very good either. We understand the economy is tough but for the money we shouldn't have to search for the fish on the sandwich and we should never have a stale bun... What a dissapointment.... This was our last visit to this place. so sad as it was always a fond memory.
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Posted: Nov 05th, 2010 at 1:02 pm
From: Greenwood, SC
By: kko


Avg. Rating:5
We visited the Noisy Oyster during our stay in Myrtle Beach last week and it was SO good I'm inspired to write a review! I seldom do these but this one was worth it. The folks running the Oyster now are absolutely fabulous in the kitchen, you can really tell a difference from past visits. The shrimp I ordered were steamed to perfection, and my friend's crab cakes were described as 'the best she's had in years'. This is a small restaurant, not your typical fancy big buffet filled with 150 items, but the seafood is perfect. They also have outdoor seating you can visit with your pets when in Myrtle Beach. If you want a good plate of fresh local shrimp and a beer from the bar, this is your place! Nice folks and I highly recommend it.
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Posted: Nov 01st, 2010 at 11:52 am
From: Sumter, SC
By: dpb


Avg. Rating:5
The Noizy Oyster is our new favorite Myrtle Beach resturaunt. The food is fantastic. It's not fancy smancy but I'd put it up against many of the "upscale" places. If you're looking for atmosphere and smooze, this is not the place. If you want the best crab cakes, the best steamed crab legs, the best oysters fixed any way, this is the place. And, don't forget to order the crab dip.
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Posted: Oct 23rd, 2010 at 5:33 pm
From: Troutman, NC
By: df


Avg. Rating:3.2
Friends of ours had visited four years ago and had excellent food. So we decided to try it. The fried green tomatoes were cut too thick and were undercooked. Ordered cheeseburger and fries and the fries were rubbery and greasy and looked and tasted like they had been fried in dirty oil. The cheeseburger looked like a hockey puck and was not edible. I asked for a new order and the second one was better but still not good. Looked the like the grill needed cleaning. The waiter was very gracious and prompt with service but overall, would not recommend this restaurant to anyone.
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Posted: Aug 27th, 2010 at 11:30 pm
From: chattanooga, TN
By: bg


Avg. Rating:4
Loved this place...there was one waitress for all the tables but the quality of service wasn't affected. We had the steam pot and the fried gator. Usually they have a band playing, but this night they just had some good music playing on the radio. All in all it was a fun atmosphere, good service and really good food. Don't miss this one on your next visit to myrtle beach.
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Posted: Aug 15th, 2010 at 9:08 am
From: Springfield,, IL
By: ld?gj?bb


Avg. Rating:5
After arriving in MB late due to weather conditions, three of us from Illinois acccidentally found Tthe Noizy Oyster at about 12:30 am, after most restaurants were closed. What a find. Kelley and her staff were polite, funny, most hospitable, and knowledgeable about the area and the food they served. The surroundings are just a small neighborhood bar with a few tables and chairs. However, the food, portions,, and service were outstanding. We ate at TNO five times in four days. The place was exactly what we - (3 dirty old men) were looking for-not a chain nor commercialized-just good down to earth seafood with a Maryland accent.
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Posted: Aug 13th, 2010 at 9:22 pm
From: Polk City, IOWA
By: jj


Avg. Rating:4
This place is worthy of being on Triple D. Best seafood we had all week. Being from Iowa, we can only hope this p[lace is here next time we come. My wife had the Seafood Alfredo- it was enough food for 3 people. There was enough crab, shrimp and scallops to be a meal in itself. The fried baked potato was killer. The fried oysters were huge and not over cooked. My daughter had the crabcake sandwich and it was perfect- more crab meat than filler. My son in law got the ribs and loved them. My son had the fried shrtimp and they were the biggest shrimp we had seen all week. The hot crab dip and fresh fried chips were excellent. The only fault is the size of the place. don't let that stop you. everything was made fresh and hot. The owner does it all here and took time to stop and talk....Things are done the right way...
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Posted: Jun 14th, 2010 at 11:46 am
From: Augusta, GA
By: bbv


Avg. Rating:5
While on vacation at Myrtle Beach June 5 - 12, 2010, we visited The Nozy Oyster. Our visit was on Friday, June 11, 2010 - we went two times in one day - we ate lunch and it was so good we went back for seconds in the evening. We ate oysters on half shell and mussels and of course the great Maryland Crab Cakes (fried) everything was great - beer was cold, the food was hot and fresh. The staff was very knowledgable of the menu and extremely polite and helpful. The restaurant was full of customers. I have nothing but a great favorable report for this business. We will return. My only regret is that I did not stop at this restaurant earlier in the week.
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Posted: May 13th, 2010 at 10:05 am
From: Burlington, NC
By: mlm


Avg. Rating:5
NOIZY OYSTER has been one of my favorite places to eat in Myrtle Beach for about 6 years. We went with a group of 10 and was seated immediately. Most large restuarants we had a hard time being seated together because of the size of our group. The waitress Viola is a dream to deal with. She fit in perfect with our crazy group. If you want delicious seafood and great service this is the place to go. The drinks never got low and the food was perfect when brought out. The crab cakes and peel and eat is out of this world. Be sure and stop by and see Viola your next time in MB.
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Posted: Apr 25th, 2010 at 2:11 pm
From: Charleston, WV
By: mhoct


Avg. Rating:5
Forget Phillips Crabhouse, and Calabash Seafood is a joke compared to the Noizy Oyster! A naitive Baltimorerian, now a Charleston WV resident, I pine for good seafood. The Noizy Oyster far exceeded my expectations. Skeptically, I ordered the steamed "loaded" oysters. I've always like my MD oysters to raw toslurp, and fried oysters are OK, so what could be better than that? Kelly's original version knocked my sandals off they were sooooo good. Loaded with cheese and jalepeno bits like a potato skin, they were a real treat. I complemented the chef Kelly, and she said, "If you like the oysters, you've gotta try the crabcakes" I'm glad I took her advice. The crabcake was fresh, generously sized (slightly bigger than my fist) and very little breading. Seasoned well, it gets a big thumbs up. Also had the alligator bites, and they were great too. Sorry I found this treasure on the last day of my visit, but I'll be sure to be back next time. Service was prompt and really friendly. Kelly, you and your staff rock!!!
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Posted: Mar 06th, 2010 at 1:31 pm
From: Worcester, MA
By: mg


Avg. Rating:5
We went to the Noizy Oyster because all the reviews on this site were excellent. It is a sportsbar atmosphere. We had the crabcake with salad, and it was fantastic. A nice salad with spinach and field greens and some crumbled blue cheese. On top was a very large crabcake that was the best I have ever had. Large chunks of crabmeat and hardly any filler. Just all crabmeat. We shared an appetizer of hot crabdip that was delicious. The waitress was very nice, and attentive. We would definetly return.
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Posted: Feb 17th, 2010 at 5:56 pm
From: Surfside Beach, SC
By: dlm


Avg. Rating:5
As I was searching for this site to write a review for the Noizy Oyster, I couldn't help but notice the last one written regarding a customers remarks who dined there on Feb. 13th. My wife and I were there that day as well, which brings me here. We have also been there prior to that day, and have eaten the oysters. The quality of the oysters were supurb before and present. We had the bucket of selects and were a nice size and very tasty, along with a bucket of the local oysters which this person must be referring to.. the local oysters are more of a cluster, which are smaller and more shell than oyster, but the taste is out of this world.. I would have to assume this person is referring to the all you can eat oysters for happy hour for $12.95. I can certainly understand why the owner is using the locals for a deal like that. I am surprised the author of this review doesn't see that since they live in this area to tell the difference between the two. On a positive note, my review of the Noizy Oyster is just the opposite. I wanted to write a review after our other visit and never did and made a point this time to do so. The oysters were fabulous, steamed to perfection. My wife and I split the Crabcake entree which comes with two crabcakes and two sides.. our favorite the crabby mac & slaw for 21.00 more than enough for the both of us. I must say most places charge for splitting a meal but they don't!!! Trust me the cake entree is hugh for the $$$ The food is fabulous at a reasonable price.. you won't be hungry when you leave!! On a final note, I was worried when we walked in this time.. the place was packed on the 13th, I guess for valentines, I must say there was a large party of 20 plus people in front of us ordering, and was afraid of how long it would take.. I was pleasantly surprised how steadfast the staff and owner handled themselves.. Kudos Noizy Oyster!!! I hope next time there is a line waiting to get it !!! You must be doing something right to have a crowd like that in February.
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Posted: Feb 16th, 2010 at 7:33 pm
From: Waynesboro, PA
By: dmh


Avg. Rating:5
Went to the Noizy Oyster today for a late lunch/early dinner. Ordered Fried Green Tomatoes (great sauce!) & Oysters on the Half Shell for appetizers, and had the Crab Cake Dinner (me) and Steamed Seafood Platter (hubby) for dinner. Everything we were served was FANTASTIC. We live 1 mile from Maryland border in PA, and spend a lot of time in Baltimore, Eastern Shore, so we know Maryland Crabcakes. These rank right up there with the best ever at the Chesapeake Bay. No tartar sauce needed!! French fries were sliced and fried to order, cole slaw was homemade, and the beer was cold. We will definitely recommend to our friends and are already planning another trip back for dinner!!
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Posted: Feb 13th, 2010 at 8:20 pm
From: Pawleys Island, SC
By: rbt


Avg. Rating:2
Management Department, My cousin and I visited the Noisey Osyter in Myrtle Beach on February 13, 2010. We expected the same quality of osyters that we received during the Christmas holidays, but we were extremely disapointed in size of the oysters that were served. We felt like we paid for shells with little or no oysters in them. The oysters were not clean, and they were two small to be served to customers. Everything else was satisfactory.
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Noizy Oyster
Posted: Feb 11th, 2010 at 1:21 pm
From: Lincolnton, NC
By: lge


Avg. Rating:5
My husband and I ate here yesterday. I had oysters on the half shell and the steam pot for one. He had the fried clams and shrimp with a crabcake. OMG the crabcake was to die for!! The raw oysters were so cold and fresh. Its a small place and the food is WONDERFUL. Trust me we didnt leave hungry or unhappy. Now lets talk about the people, We were treated so nice and never had an empty glass, thanks Viola! When we went to leave my husband had left the headlights on!!! Of course the car would not start and Viola found someone to give us a jump! Needless to say we have found our favorite place to eat at the beach.
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Posted: Nov 30th, 2009 at 8:28 pm
From: Somerset, PA
By: ams


Avg. Rating:3.7
We weren't disappointed!! Excellent crab cakes and their crabby mac is a great side dish. Service was very excellent!
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Posted: Nov 05th, 2009 at 1:05 am
From: Hollywood, FLA
By: db


Avg. Rating:5
Not your average bar and grill food. The crab soup and French onion soup were out of this world. We also ordered a English muffin topped with crab meat and melted provolone cheese, fried green tomatoes and a BLT (it had fried green tomatoes on it). It was so good we stopped by the next night for drinks and homemade potato chips. The price was right, the service was friendly (our server was Viola) and the food was great. A must do when coming to Myrtle Beach.
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Posted: Oct 17th, 2009 at 9:24 am
From: Roanoke, VA
By: ep


Avg. Rating:4.5
So glad the Noizy Oyster re-opened in Myrtle Beach. Relaxed atmostphere, wear your jeans, children welcomed, great food, super service, delicious drinks. And yes order the crab cakes - best I've ever seen or eaten. You will not be disappointed if you are looking for any of the above listed items.
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Posted: Oct 12th, 2009 at 11:25 am
From: Grand Rapids, MI
By: r.t.


Avg. Rating:4.7
Kudos to the new owners!! the place is much better then when i worked there.. i recently visited this past summer ('09) and was excited to see all the new offers!!..
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Noizy Oyster
Posted: Oct 02nd, 2009 at 8:19 pm
From: Arden, NC
By: km


Avg. Rating:5
Other reviews here are spot on - Kelly's crab cakes are NOT to be missed. I felt like I was at my own hometown bar. Very quiet early in the evening - things pick up after 9pm. The night we were there, we got to sample some other items (ribs, loaded oysters) that were really great as Kelly was discussing a catering job for a wedding with a local couple. That right there should be enough to convince you to walk past the exterior and give it a try! A well run restaurant, clean and very down home. Ask for Miss Viola, Tennessee's pride! She was a great waitress! VERY reasonable prices, especially for Myrtle Beach. We will definitely return!
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Posted: Sep 23rd, 2009 at 2:25 pm
From: Crystal Falls, MI
By: jms


Avg. Rating:4.3
We were at another restaurant in south myrtle Beach and heard a couple talking about their experience at the Noizy Oyster and since we had eaten lunch at the Noisy Oyster in Charleston S.C that day decided to ask them about it. They informed us that this particular restaurant was not a chain,as the one in Charleston, we decided to give it a try. We ate there several times [4-5 times] in the 10 days we were in Myrtle Beach. The crab cakes were incredible, the best I've had anywhere. Everytime we went to the resturant we had the crab cakes, either the sandwich, the salad, the dinner, or during happy hour as an appetizer. We also tried the fried oysters which were very good . I can't wait to get back and I don't order them any place else as I'm always dissappointed.
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Posted: Sep 18th, 2009 at 8:57 pm
From: Columbia, SC
By: jp


Avg. Rating:3.2
The food was good. The service and look of the restaurant (inside and out) made it a bad experience. It took several attempts to get just about anything we asked for. Will not be back.
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Posted: Sep 13th, 2009 at 11:54 pm
From: College Park, MARYLAND
By: cec


Avg. Rating:5
The Noizy Oyster is the best place to go in Myrtle Beach for food, fun and good entertainment. The homemade food will melt in your mouth. My favorite thing on the menu is anything with crab in it and the steam pot. Being from Maryland I know what a good crab cake should taste like and Kelley knows how to do it right! If you like friendly hospitality, great food and cold drinks GO TO THE NOIZY OYSTER!!!!!!
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Posted: Aug 26th, 2009 at 10:02 am
From: Charlotte, NC
By: tom n pat


Avg. Rating:5
My wife and I were staying in Ocean Isle and upon checking out went to Myrtle Beach. As we were driving we spotted the Noizy Oyster II and my wife was wanting some food from a Raw Bar. As everyone who has ever been to Myrtle Beach there are alot of restaurants to choose from. If you like freindly people, great food, plenty of variety, and people who will do what it takes to ensure your experience to be the best, you would be a fool if you didn't go here. other restaraunts in the area don't ensure you get the service as well as hot fresh food. We decided to get the shrimp hot pot for 2 and the fried green tomatoes, and a half dozen of really fresh oysters on the half shell. All of that and drinks for a fair price plus great conversation. We would reccomend this restaurant to all who desire the best of the best. As we are sorry that we could only eat there only once before leaving we however will be returning there on our next trip to the beach.The new owner Kelly and the waitress Viola were the best and the staff in the kitchen know what they are doing, if you have to wait 10 or 15 minutes to be seated it's more than worth the wait. They have a wide variety of drinks and are more than pleased to sugest one if you aren't sure what it is you desire. From muddslinger77. Thanx for the food and conversation see u soon.
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Posted: Aug 21st, 2009 at 12:16 am
From: Colerain, NC
By: bw


Avg. Rating:3.5
My wife and I ate here while on vacation. The service here was about average. My wife had the crabcakes, and I had crabcakes and steamed shrimp. The steamed were just average, at best. The crabcakes were excellent. We had them broiled, and they were some of the best that we have eaten. They had no onion, bread, and vegatable fillers. They were very meaty crabcakes. The atmosphere was that of a home town bar. We were seated immediately, and the noise level was apropriate for the venue. My most negative comment will be the value for the money. We spent over 60 dollars and the amount of food was not ample. There are many places in the area that would be a better value for your money. On the positive side, if you love crabcakes, and are willing to pay top dollar - this is the place
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Posted: Aug 16th, 2009 at 4:02 pm
From: Baltimore, MARYLAND
By: css


Avg. Rating:4.2
We were looking for a place to sit outside and have a drink and eat dinner. We got more than we were looking for. The food here is REAL Maryland seafood with Old Bay. The crab cakes were a good size and the steaks were cooked the way we like them. I had the seafood alfredo and it was out of this world. If you are in Myrtle Beach you have to try it for yourself. Cindy and Ray
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Posted: Aug 05th, 2009 at 2:04 pm
From: Wade, NC
By: jj


Avg. Rating:5
My husband and I as well as my grandson visited Myrtle Beach this past weekend for the upteenth time. We saw an advertisement for "the best crab cakes at the beach". We at first were hesitant since we've heard that before. I am from Maryland originally and have moved to North Carolina. We had the Steamed Shrimp for an appetizer and were extremely impressed. They are actually just as good as I remember they are in Maryland. Jumbo and cooked with onions and seasoning. I had the Crab Cake sandwich which was cooked the same as I cook at home. Real back fin Maryland Blue Crab, cooked Maryland Style. A big congratulations to the owners, which are by the way from Maryland as well. Phillips Crab House has nothing on you. I love your food and will always visit when in Myrtle Beach.
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Posted: Aug 03rd, 2009 at 1:59 pm
From: Mebane, NC
By: kd


Avg. Rating:5
We got a bucket of oysters, crab cakes, and a BLT with fried green tomatoes on it. Everything we had was amazing and very decently priced. We had some beers and played darts while our friend finished trying to crack his all you can eat oysters for only $12. Great place to try! Don't judge the Noizy Oyster by it's outside appearance.
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Posted: Aug 03rd, 2009 at 8:08 am
From: Owings Mills, MD
By: r. mintz


Avg. Rating:5
Excellent Food, Great service, Everything Homemade, Well worth the trip and a fantastic value!!!
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Posted: Jul 25th, 2009 at 8:59 am
From: bloomingburg, N.Y
By: steve&rose


Avg. Rating:3
We went to alot of restaurants and spent allot of money and found ourselves back at noisy oyster several times in the week we were there. The big neon light and the sound of music drew us right in. The steak sandwich and real crab cakes will leave a lasting impression, it will make you want to come back for more. We spent my 50th birthday there. The NEW OWNER Kelly made you feel right at home, she's definitely in the right buisness.You don't know what you are missing until you have eaten there.
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Posted: Jul 22nd, 2009 at 11:47 am
From: Dayton, OH
By: cb


Avg. Rating:5
The most delicious blend of southern, low country, and new england cooking!!! The crab legs are HUGE and dusted with some kind of old bay seasoning, the crabmeat is sweet and delicate! The crabcakes were the best ive ever had...and ive had many! No filling, just crab and seasoning...they were perfection! the seafood steamer was a feast!!!! a big bucket of crab legs, shrimp, oysters, sausage, corn and potatos...spread out on a big sheet of paper on your table and dig in!!! ive only seen these in alabama and new orleans, this is a bayou classic!!! i went back to this restaurant 4 times in my 6 day stay...the perfect lunch...fried green tomato sandwhich with crab soup (the soup is soooo good!). the restaurant itself is like a little beachy hideaway, quaint, with reggae music and fantasticly sweet employees! the owner was there everytime we went, usually out on the deck making friends, she was wonderful! if you need a drink they have a full bar too! i have been back home in ohio for two weeks now and i still crave that food!!!! and guess what...its affordable too!!!
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Posted: Jul 16th, 2009 at 4:28 pm
From: LUTHERVILLE,, MD
By: deg


Avg. Rating:5
Just got back from vacation, we went to the noisy oyster 4 times in 1 week, excellent everything. One place guarenteed to get maryland seafood. Awesome. Go ravens.
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Posted: Jul 01st, 2009 at 9:22 pm
From: levittown, PA
By: rg


Avg. Rating:1.8
I read the great reviews and wanted to go experience the place for myself. My wife and I arrived on a wednsday evening around 6pm and we were told to sit by the window, so far so good, however it all went down hill after that. I ordered a frozen margarita which tasted like water, same for my wife's only on the rocks. We ordered crab dip which was okay but the tortilla chips were stale. I ordered french onion soup that tasted like someone dropped the salt container in it. The crab cakes which were just okay were cold. We ordered a dozen of raw oysters which were dry, far from fresh. The oysters must have been sitting in the fridge for a good 5-7 days. I put the basically untouched bowl of soup at the edge of the table, the waitress came to the table several times looked directly at the soup but would not acknowledge it was there. Ignorance is bliss !!!!!!!! I asked the waitress for a clean spoon since the one I was given for my soup came with food on it and was given a glare. The whole time children were running about the restaurant and there was a kid shooting darts 3 feet from my wife. The only thing good was the bottle of Heiniken that I drank. This is the closest you can come to "restaurant armageden" !
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Posted: Jun 14th, 2009 at 7:59 pm
From: Fort Riley, KS
By: km


Avg. Rating:5
I'm from the middle of the US where good seafood is like a kangaro crossing your path. I love seafood and the first night tried one of the buffett seafood places.... not too shabby, Dont frown away from the first appearance. Eat outside and watch the cars go by. A singin guitar player definitely made it for an excellent night of entertainment. The crab pretzel was a most excellent must have appetizer. The food was delicious as me and my companion had the steamer for two. Made all the seafod we ate the night before taste like frozen store bought. The waiter was probably the best I think we ever experienced. Must go!!!!
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Posted: Jun 11th, 2009 at 8:37 pm
From: Minneapolis, MN
By: sf


Avg. Rating:5
I had the best crab cakes ever at the Noizy Oyster. The crabby mac n chesse was also very good. I wish I were a local and not a tourist, because I would like to dine here again.
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Posted: Jun 10th, 2009 at 10:47 pm
From: Mount Airy, NC
By: rb


Avg. Rating:5
This place is the quintessential coastal restaurant/bar in my opinion. There were clearly some regulars at the bar while I was and the staff (including the owner) made me feel like I was one of them! Did I mention that the food is phenomenal?? It's not a five star restaurant, but the food easily could be served in one! Wear something casual, come hungry and be prepared to wish you could order one of everything! Kelly's crabcakes are the best I've ever had, and I grew up in MD... simply awesome. Not to be missed!
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Posted: Jun 02nd, 2009 at 2:58 pm
From: Greenville, SC
By: sb


Avg. Rating:5
The Noizy Oyster was the best part of our trip to Myrtle Beach. If you want real seafood, cooked to perfection, served from amazing people at great prices, then RUN to the Noizy Oyster. Kelly (a new owner from Maryland) really knows seafood! I am from costal seafood towns and have never had a better crab cake! Anywhere! Do not waste your money eating at any other seafood restaurant. This place is a great beach restaurant, live entertainment on most weekends, with all you can eat happy hour oysters, and perfectly cooked everything else. I will go back just to eat here and hang out with these wonderful people. You will feel how much they care about you and your experience, just like at a dear friends house. We only wished we had found it sooner, we only got to eat there three times. We would have liked to try everything on the menu!
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Posted: May 27th, 2009 at 1:24 pm
From: Conway, SC
By: dl


Avg. Rating:5
Have watched this restaurant go from very good several years ago to mediocre to it current level which I must say is unparralled. From service to the Quality of the food,it will be obvious that the New Owner [kelly] and staff [Frank, Charlie,Josh,Amanda] take great pride in assuring their patrons of a pleasurable dining experience. Oh , and did I mention , the beer is very cold too.
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Posted: May 08th, 2009 at 4:01 pm
From: sanford, NC
By: tro


Avg. Rating:1
Change the name to Nasty Oyster and it will be spot on.
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Posted: Apr 27th, 2009 at 3:23 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: mm


Avg. Rating:4.2
This place is under new management. the new owners are awesome!! They take a lot of pride in their work and it is well worth the trip to get there! we've eaten there twice. If you like authentic Maryland style crab cakes...that was our favorite. Plus the steam buckets (I think that is what they call them) are also fantastic.
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Posted: Apr 22nd, 2009 at 11:52 pm
From: Cheshire, MA
By: rh


Avg. Rating:4.8
I had a steamed platter and my wife had fried oysters and scallops. All were very fresh and perfectly prepared! Prices were very reasonable and the waitress and owner were extremely accomodating--particularly when I couldn't open my 2 of my steamed oysters. Highly recommended! Will definitely come back when I return to MB.
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Posted: Mar 29th, 2009 at 10:52 pm
From: charlotte, N.C.
By: k l c


Avg. Rating:5
I was in the oyster two years ago and it was ok, but the changes the new people (family) has done is amazing. We were stayed in cherry grove but after stopping by we drove down there two more times. Everything was great. Crablegs were perfect.
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Posted: Mar 24th, 2009 at 8:49 pm
From: Fayetteville, NC
By: b&b


Avg. Rating:5
My husband and I have a place right behind the Noizy Oyster and have seen the restaurant go through a lot of changes and right now it is the best it has ever been "Thanks to Kelley" the new owner. The crab cakes are wonderful and the crab pretzel is also great. You don't know what you're missing, please give them a try, you will not regret it.
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Posted: Mar 20th, 2009 at 9:30 am
From: Fayetteville, NC
By: b & b


Avg. Rating:5
NEW OWNER !!! We have been going to the Noizy Oyster for years. We are glad to see that somebody has taken over, that knows how to really run a seafood restaurant. We have a place nearby, that was the reason we went before. Now it's because we really want to, not just because it's convinent. The menu is great, the owner is from Maryland and she has items from there(crab cakes,crab pretzels). The have happy hours specials on their oysters, that are great. They also run different specials. The menu also has more than seafood, so there is something for everyone. GO VISIT, YOU WON'T BE DISAPOINTED !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Posted: Feb 16th, 2009 at 1:45 pm
From: Charlotte, NC
By: agv


Avg. Rating:5
I am happy to say that my husband and I visited the Noisy Oyster in Feb. 2009. They had just reopened - remodeled, under new management, etc. We enjoyed ourselves to the FULLEST! We visited the N.O. 4 times in 3 days! The people, food, drinks, and atmosphere is wonderful! We wish the new family nothing but the BEST OF LUCK!!!
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Posted: Feb 14th, 2009 at 11:14 pm
From: Raleigh, NC
By: rlw


Avg. Rating:4.8
We are in MB visiting this Feb. 09, just stopped in at the Noizy Oyster to give it a shot, and it was fantastic! It's valentines day, and we were worried about getting a good meal without having to wait forever. We parked, walked in, and sat right down. Apparently the business has been taken over by new management, and the staff is working hard to please it's customers! They were very friendly, prompt, and courtious. I would highly recommend this restaurant/bar to anyone who is looking for a great meal and great service. We plan to eat there again before leaving town to head back home.
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Posted: Jan 10th, 2009 at 8:19 am
From: Mrytle Beach, SC
By: kag


Avg. Rating:3
January 2008... New Ownership at the Noizy Oyster II.... not affiliated with old owner in any way .. Opening in February 2009.. Stop by and check us out ....
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Posted: Jul 23rd, 2008 at 12:20 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: ket


Avg. Rating:1
I don't know what the new owner is thinking by not serving oysters! Actually, they don't serve any food at all. (Is that legal?) It's a late, late night bar that's just filthy. Bartenders are nasty. What a waste of a wonderful place.
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Posted: Sep 19th, 2007 at 9:12 pm
From: Charlotte, NC
By: mv


Avg. Rating:3
Please dont confuse this restaurant with the Noisy Oyster Seafood Restaurants that are in Charleston. There are three Noisy Oyster restaurants in the Charleston area.

The Noisy Oyster restaurants in Charleston serve the best oysters and fresh seafood thats why I always go back again and again everytime I am in Charleston,

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Posted: Aug 08th, 2007 at 2:41 pm
From: FAIRVIEW PARK, O
By: tm


Avg. Rating:5
My family I were there last year (2006) and it was marginal at best. We returned just last week and whatever you have done to improve things is working! the food was remarkable...kudos to the chef(s).
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Posted: Jul 15th, 2007 at 5:11 am
From: j-town, NH
By: rlf


Avg. Rating:5
My wife and I were there Aug 2006. We had a great time. great food. The bar tender with the large heavy bread) was great. If the same bartender is ther around Aug 12,13,14,15 of 2007 we are looking forward seeing you again and eating the great food. and also the drinks were great also. great job randy and carol
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Posted: Jul 07th, 2006 at 7:43 pm
From: Wheeling , WV
By: jh


Avg. Rating:3.7
I LOVE the Noisy Oyster, The food is great and I enjoy the atmosphere. My favorite Myrtle Beach restaurant, I stop every time I'm at the beach.
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Posted: May 17th, 2006 at 7:10 pm
From: durham, NC
By: r j


Avg. Rating:4.7
we were there for bike week 2006 and had the best time the food was out of this world the people that work there realy go out of there way to make sure you have the best dining experence it was a real pleasure !
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Posted: Jan 28th, 2006 at 8:01 pm
From: Lenoir, NC
By: mt


Avg. Rating:5
My family and I ate dinner there last year (2005) and intend to go back this year. The food was excellent. Service was tops. Plenty of food and not overpriced like some seafood places can be.
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