Since property values have exploded and the population
has grown and demographics have changed, Myrtle Beach does indeed have excellent seafood restaurants to go along
with Hard Rock Cafe, Margaritaville and all the other places
the tourists just can’t live without.
Sea Captains House has been featured many times in
Southern Living…in fact their recipe for She-Crab soup
has been published twice in SL.
A new place called City Bar will be glad to charge you 20
to 30 bucks for tapas style dishes…not bad either.
Collector’s Cafe is a locals favorite..art gallery and gourmet
food, especially desserts.
Flamingo Grill, Thoroughbreds, The Library, and Greg Norman’s Grill are all excellent.
For world class steaks, using prime and an 8 billion degree
oven like Ruths and Lugers, go to New York Prime. For an excellent steak at half the price, go to Angelos.
And that’s just Myrtle..not including
places like Austins at Pawleys and James Beard award winner
Louis O’steen’s place on the south end, Divine Fish House and
Drunken Jacks in Murrells Inlet, etc.
For a good seafood meal at a great price…Sara J’s in Murrells Inlet. For a great seafood dinner, Lee’s Inlet Kitchen in Murrells Inlet. For the best sushi you’ve ever had, Emi’s in Pawleys Island.
I hope it’s not too late for your trip. If you are going to be in Hendersonville take a trip to Asheville and head to Wall Street. There you’ll find the Early Girl Eatry. We drive up from Charlotte just to eat there. Its a kind of funky place that specializes in local veggies, meats, and wonderful home made desserts. There are also several other good restaurants on Wall St and within easy walking distance nearby. We regularly drive up there from Charlotte for day trips just to eat.
Thanks for the tips, this should help.
Beacon Drive In in Spartanburg. Five to ten minutes off I-26.
Bishopville has a great bbq place. Watford’s. Only open wed-sat but try both the hash and pulled pork. Get a bag of skins for the road. Their sauce is also for sale and I always take two home.
Young Pecan in Florence is a must. Largest processor of pecans in the world and the variety of goodies in the gift shop in wonderful.
Once you get off the interstate east of Florence look for road side stands to get some fresh tomatoes.
In Myrtle Beach…River City Cafe for one of the best burgers you’ll ever have…also don’t miss the onion rings…to die for. Don’t let the look of the place scare you off.
I will be spending 3 days in Hendersonville and then driving to Myrtle Beach, staying 3 days. Any suggestions on where to eat?
Hendersonville, NC to Myrtle Beach, SC
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