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Waterfront Dining Spots in Myrtle Beach
Why limit breathtaking beach views to the time you spend in the sand? You can extend these vistas to mealtime at any of the palate pleasing waterfront restaurants that are abundant along the Grand Strand. Curious about where you can find the area’s best waterfront views? Check it out:
Located just a short drive north from Beach Cove Resort, Barefoot Landing is a charming outdoor venue that offers a diverse array of shopping, entertainment, and dining. Barefoot Landing is home to an expansive lake and sits along the scenic Intracoastal Waterway, providing plenty of waterfront views. Dress to impress for an indulgent evening at Greg Norman’s Australian Grille or Castano’s Steakhouse or keep it casual at Bully’s Pub or Smokin’ Hot BBQ. Other waterfront options include Flying Fish Public Market, Wild Wing Café, Johnny Rockets, and Joe’s Crab Shack.
Myrtle Beach Boardwalk
Those seeking a true oceanfront dining experience should head south to the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. This lively waterfront stretch is just over a mile long and is packed with great dining options for every occasion. Guests can find south of the border flare at Bandito’s Mexican Cantina while casual beach fare can be found at Landshark Bar & Grill. Seeking fresh seafood? If so, check out Pier House, 14th Avenue Bar & Grill, or Dirty Don’s Oyster House. Other beachfront favorites include Oceanfront Bar & Grill, Sharkey’s Beach Bar, and the Art Burger and Sushi Bar – a new addition for fall 2014.
Broadway at the Beach
Broadway at the Beach is known for being Myrtle Beach’s one stop shop for attractions, entertainment, shopping, and – you guessed it – dining. This bustling outdoor venue boasts more than 20 unique places to refuel after a busy day, ensuring plenty of options to appease even the pickiest eater. Many of the restaurants are situated along Lake Broadway and offer uninterrupted waterfront views. Favorites include Liberty Brewery & Grill, Yamato Steakhouse, Key West Grill, King Kong Sushi, and Joe’s Crab Shack – to name a few. Broadway is the perfect place for groups and families to kick back and relax after a busy day at the beach!
Murrells Inlet MarshWalk
If you don’t mind a short drive, hop in the car and head south to the charming seaside town of Murrells Inlet. Murrells Inlet is the seafood capital of the state and the impressive lineup of waterfront restaurants along the MarshWalk deliver just that! The MarshWalk offers an inlet-front boardwalk lined with nine unique eateries. Guests can find everything from wood-fired chops and pizzas at Bovines, great fresh catches and wine at Wahoos, casual fried favorites at Creek Ratz, and even fresh sushi at Wicked Tuna – and everything in between! Many of the restaurants offer live music at night and transform into hopping late night venues after the sun goes down. Be sure to give this south end hot spot a try during your next beach adventure!