Myrtle Beach Dining Guide
The Best North Myrtle Beach Restaurants in the Area
Don’t forget to bring your appetite! Visitors to Myrtle Beach have access to a wide variety of cuisine that will tempt your palette all over town. After a day exploring, take a break and enjoy one of the many places to eat in Myrtle Beach, including family-owned restaurants, bistros, cafes, and bars, grills, and more! Whether you’re in the mood for a casual quick bite to eat or an evening of fine dining, these North Myrtle Beach restaurants will not disappoint.
Amici’s Brick Oven & Italian Bistro
Located on the waterfront, Amici’s specializes in brick oven pizza and popular Italian entrees, pasta dishes, subs, salads, and more. Ambiance is relaxed and festive, complete with accordion music and pizza being hand-tossed in the background. Amici’s is conveniently located in the popular Broadway at the Beach venue, which features live music, entertainment, shopping, rides, aquarium & nightlife.
Location: 1310 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577Café Old Vienna
A husband and wife team brings the culinary delights of their native Austria to Café Old Vienna, one of the few locally-owned Myrtle Beach restaurants in the area. Located on the Grand Strand just a block from the beach, you’ll feel as though you’ve been transported to a rustic Bavarian restaurant. Charming decor and warm wood tones welcome you and create an old world feel. All menu items are authentic to Austria and the Bavarian region of Germany, such as bratwurst, schnitzel, spätzle, coffee, beer (of course!), and a variety of decadent desserts. In the summer months, stop by to enjoy the open air beer garden and German polka music.
Location: 3901 N. Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577Flying Fish Public Market & Grill
Inspired by the dockside markets of the West Coast, Flying Fish Public Market & Grill is one of the premier seafood restaurants in Myrtle Beach, feature some of the freshest seafood around in a relaxed & fun-filled environment complete with San Francisco-style fish-throwing. Guests are welcome to pick out their fish, have a toss back and forth with it, and then toss it right into the arms of the chef to prepare. The Market is located in Barefoot Landing shopping, dining and entertainment complex next to the Alabama Theatre in North Myrtle Beach. This newly renovated waterfront building offers indoor/outdoor dining and beautiful views of the Intracoastal waterway.
Location: 4744 U.S. 17 S. Barefoot Landing, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582Joe’s Bar & Grill
If you're looking for a classic bar and grill, Joe's is one of the best places to eat in Myrtle Beach. Fresh ingredients, friendly service, and a laid-back atmosphere make Joe’s Bar & Grill a locals’ favorite and the perfect spot if you’re in the mood for a restaurant that’s not too touristy. Located in the Windy Hill section across from Alabama Theatre in Barefoot Landing, this unassuming eatery serves up a variety of fresh seafood, beef, veal, poultry & more. Dine on the back porch and deck to enjoy a cozy outdoor fireplace and views of the marshes (and even a unique observation area with raccoons and gators). You may even be greeted by a sweet family dog that mingles with the customers or naps by the fire.
Location: 810 Conway St., North Myrtle Beach SC 29582Sea Captain’s House
For over 50 years, Sea Captain’s House has been serving up traditional seafood favorites, classic low country cuisine and warm southern hospitality. Visitors can stop in for breakfast, lunch or dinner and enjoy indoor or outdoor dining in five different rooms. Formerly a cozy 1930’s guest cottage, Sea Captain’s House oceanfront location also lends itself to gorgeous views of the ocean & beach.
Location: 3002 N. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577SeaBlue Restaurant & Wine Bar
Looking for a sophisticated & tranquil setting? SeaBlue Restaurant & Wine Bar is where “South Beach meets Myrtle Beach.” Located on the Grand Strand, this award-winning restaurant is known for its clean, contemporary décor and high quality ingredients. As one of the more sophisticated Myrtle Beach restaurants in the area, you can enjoy entrées such as steak, seafood, and poultry - plus a wide variety of salads, accompaniments, desserts, after dinner drinks, and wine selection to impress even the most passionate wine connoisseur.
Location: 503 Highway 17 N., North Myrtle Beach SC 29582Second Avenue Pier House Restaurant
Enjoy fresh seafood, steaks, salads, sandwiches & more at the Pier House Restaurant on the Second Avenue Pier. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served (in peak season) in a casual and contemporary setting. Eat outside in the lovely sea air or relax inside with floor-to-ceiling windows that highlight gorgeous views of the ocean & the pier itself, which was rebuilt twenty years ago after the devastation of Hurricane Hugo. Restaurant also features an open air bar on the top floor where guests can enjoy drinks, appetizers, and panoramic ocean views.
Location: N. Ocean Blvd., Myrtle Beach SC 29577Sun City Café
Enjoy a quick meal at this Myrtle Beach restaurant conveniently located near the beach. A locals’ favorite, Sun City Café serves up delicious Mexican food in a fun & quirky atmosphere. Brightly painted walls, local artwork, and trellis-like ceiling adorned with hanging ribbons and silk flowers create a festive feeling. Every meal starts off with complimentary house tortilla chips & salsa. Menu features tacos, burritos, and quesadillas with veggies, beef, chicken, fish or shrimp – plus, festive drinks like sangria and margaritas. Sun City Café is located in downtown Myrtle Beach along U.S. 501 just about 2 blocks from the beach.
Location: 801 Main St., Myrtle Beach SC 29577
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