Myrtle Beach Eats: Best Myrtle Beach Brunch
What could be better during your vacation then sleeping in a little late then enjoying a tasty meal that someone else made and has to clean up? Brunch offers the best of both worlds where you can enjoy something sweet, something savory, or a little bit of both. We have come up with our list of the best places in Myrtle Beach for brunch. Try one out and let us know what you think!
Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, Chestnut Hill has been a staple for locals and visitors alike for over 20 years. Consistently voted “best brunch on the beach”, this upscale buffet style brunch location offers a variety of choices to please even the pickiest palette. Choose from cold items like a variety of chicken and tuna salads, fresh shrimp, poached salmon, pasta salad, fresh fruit, and cheeses. For a more hearty meal, try any of their entrée items, like baked Virginia ham, top round of beef, southern fried chicken, seafood creole, grilled pork chops, and a plethora of homemade side items. And, with prices under $20 per person and a variety of discount for seniors and children available, what’s not to love?
Head south to Pawleys Island to enjoy a slower pace and a taste of true southern comfort food. Nestled between ancient oak trees in the historic Hammock Shops, Nosh offers upscale brunch items with a southern flare. If you are craving breakfast, try the classics eggs benedict or their famous Chef’s omelet of the day. Their smoked turkey and brie sandwhich is served on toasted ciabatta with a fresh basil pesto sauce and is a great option if you are in the mood for something light. If you are really hungry, opt for their low county classic shrimp and cheesy grits or the Nosh Sunday burger. After you eat, enjoy a pleasant stroll around the Hammock Shops and get a feel for what Pawleys is all about!
Croissants Bistro & Bakery is known for using only the freshest, local ingredients available. Their brunch menu is diverse and offers everything from light breakfast options to hearty lunch entrees. Try a variety of house omelettes or benedicts, like their mardi gras omelet filled with shrimp, andouille sausage, red bell peppers, and boursin cheese. A variety of crepes, pancakes, and waffles are also available for those with a sweet tooth. Their specialty sandwiches are also very popular, like the “velvet elvis” which features peanut butter, banana, candied bacon, and honey with a bourbon bacon glaze. When you are craving something different, Croissants is definitely the right place to go!
Salt Water Creek Café
Located in Murrells Inlet, Salt Water Creek Café offers affordable meals in a beautiful setting. Enjoy dining on their outdoor patio to make the most of South Carolina’s favorable weather. Choose from decadent breakfast items, like the stuffed French toast or the smoked salmon benedict or more savory items like the ribeye and eggs or the Mexican scramble. Their full lunch menu is also available and features a variety of salads, sandwiches, burgers, and pizzas. Salt Water Creek is very family friendly and is a great place to bring the kids or large groups.
Crossroads at The House of Blues
Conveniently located right up the road from Beach Cove, The House of Blues hosts a gospel brunch every Sunday from 9am-2pm with live performances by Glory. Enjoy a buffet filled with upscale offerings from breakfast favorites to southern soul food. Head to the action station to get a made-your-way omelet or their signature chicken and waffles, a southern tradition. Also, you won’t want to miss out on the white chocolate banana bread pudding with caramel sauce! Great for families and groups, the House of Blues serves up great food with great live music.