New Myrtle Beach Restaurants: Summer Roundup
One of the many perks about taking a Myrtle Beach vacation is that you will have plenty of new and exciting things to look forward to each year. Though many attractions have become annual traditions to many, the beach is continually expanding and adding new attractions and dining. Take a look at some of the new restaurant additions for 2014 and try on our during your next Myrtle Beach escape:
Atlas Tap House – Located somewhat off the beaten path near the otherwise bustling downtown Myrtle Beach area, Atlas Tap House is the perfect spot for beer aficionados or just those in the mood to check out something different. The Atlas resides in a charming house off Chester Street and offers a large bar, dining area, lounge with oversized couches, and a popular outdoor deck area equipped with yard games to keep you entertained. Their extensive beer menu offers 25 seasonal craft beers on tap and more than 100 bottle and can selections, ensuring that you can find something for everyone to enjoy. They also offer a tempting menu that includes several appetizers, burgers, and bbq options. Be sure to check out this funky new place during your next beach adventure! Call (843) 945-9122 for more information.
Co Sushi – Guests carving creative cuisine with an Asian flare can head south to Market Common and enjoy the fresh offerings at Co Sushi. This recent area addition boasts a modern, contemporary design and spacious outdoor seating area, in addition to their unique menu and creative cocktails. Nosh on traditional favorites like the California roll or the rainbow roll or try something totally different like the Hawaiian roll which features tuna, tomago, yamagobo, pineapple, masago, and a mango sauce. Other Asian inspired delights include dumplings, pho, pad thai, curry, sashimi, ceviche, and their signature pressed sushi rolls. Co also offers a generous happy hours daily from 4pm – 7pm that includes $4 select drinks and appetizers and $5 specialty cocktails. Co Sushi is a great place for a date night or a girl’s night out on the town! Call (843) 839-1733 for more information.
Boom Boom Wine Room – Wine experts and neophytes alike are sure to enjoy the worldly offerings at Boom Boom Wine Room. This recent Grand Strand addition offers a truly one of a kind experience. Boom Boom offers a wide array of rotating wine selections that are housed in cruvinet machines to ensure quality and freshness. Guests may help themselves to 1oz, 3oz, or 5oz samples of any of the current offerings. This quaint wine bistro also offers a decadent tapas style menu with selections that are designed to complement the wine options. The menu utilizes ingredients from the fresh on-site garden and includes selections like baked lamb and pork meatballs, panzanella salad, braised short rib over grit cake, and charcuterie plates – to name a few. Boom Boom is the perfect spot to enjoy a glass of wine (or two... or three) during your next beach retreat! Call (980) 422-5456 for more information.
Flounders Fish House – Seafood restaurants are a dime a dozen in Myrtle Beach and can be found on just about every corner. Flounders Fish House, however, sets themselves apart from the rest with their truly local seafood, creative cuisine, friendly service, and family atmosphere that just can’t be found anywhere else. Get started on a southern note with an order of the fried green tomatoes or dig in to an order of the famous Cherry Grove crab balls. Their extensive menu offers entrée options that are sure to please even the pickiest palette like sandwiches and sliders, sizzling steaks, grilled or fried seafood platters, fresh fish taco varieties, and plenty of signature flounder dishes. Favorites include the blackened flounder and grits, the Cherry Grove steam boat, the steak imperial, and the black jack bacon sliders – to name a few. Flounders Fish House is the perfect place to kick back and relax after a long day at the beach. Call (843) 249-0133 for more information.
Bonus – Coming Soon! – Tupelo Honey Café
Tupelo Honey Café, a true southern staple, recently announced that they will be opening up a new location within the scenic Market Common complex in spring 2015. Based out of Ashville, NC, Tupelo Honey offers creative, upscale casual cuisine with a distinctive southern style. Signature staples include their fried green tomatoes, Appalachian egg rolls, southern fried chicken BLT, shrimp and grits, Cajun skillet catfish, and their signature house-made rosemary –peach lemonade – to name a few. They also offer several tasty breakfast items, served all hours of the day. Tupelo Honey is going to occupy the former Tommy Bahama’s building and is scheduled to open sometime next spring.