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Month: February 2016


Brunch and vacation seem to go hand in hand. What could be better than sleeping in, waking up to the sights and sounds of the ocean, and then filling up on decadent breakfast and lunch items before hitting the beach? If you are looking for the best brunch in Myrtle Beach – we’ve got you covered.


Check out a roundup of our guests’ favorite brunch spots:


North Myrtle Beach Brunch


Crossroads at House of Blues | Sundays 9am – 2pm | (843) 272-3000

chicken and waffles for breakfastThe Gospel Brunch at the Myrtle Beach House of Blues has become a tradition for many locals and visitors alike – and it’s not hard to figure out why! This truly one of a kind experience combines upscale southern brunch favorites with uplifting and award winning live entertainment choreographed by Kirk Franklin. The brunch buffet varies but always includes several carving stations, an omelet action station, sweet favorites like pancakes and pastries, breakfast meats, and their famous chicken and waffles. The cost is only $29 / adults, $14.50 children ages 7-12, and FREE for children 6 and under.


Chestnut Hill | Sunday 10am – 1:30pm | (843) 449-3984

Chestnut Hill has been voted “Best Brunch at the Beach” for over 25 years running and they show no sign of slowing down! Their generous selections and high quality offerings provide a winning combination for guests of any age and groups of any size. This upscale buffet includes: baked ham, southern fried chicken, roasted prime rib with au jus, French toast, homemade quiche, eggs benedict, assorted chilled salads, fresh seafood selections, plenty of succulent southern sides, and a wide array of desserts like cobblers, cakes, and more. The cost is only $22.95 / adults, $19.95 / teens (11-16), $10.95 / seniors (61+) and children (4-10), and FREE for children3 and under.


Myrtle Beach Brunch 


Brunch in Myrtle Beach

Crepe Creation Café | Saturdays & Sundays 8am – 2pm | (843) 839-4019

In the mood for something different? If so, head to Market Common and check out Crepe Creation Café. As the name suggests, this quaint café serves up creative crepes of both the sweet and savory variety. Breakfast selections include options like steak and eggs and “Western Morning” which includes scrambled eggs, ham, bacon, and cheddar. Or, if you want something a little more savory, try their lunch selections like cordon bleu, Parisian (with brie, apples, almonds, and black cherry balsamic), or the veggie. Other options include hand-pressed waffles, soups, salads, and paninis. Prices vary by menu selection.


Croissants Bistro & Bakery | Saturdays 8am – 4pm & Sundays 10am – 2pm| (843) 448-2253

Known for offering an eclectic collection of traditional southern cuisine with a distinctive French flare, Croissants is a fantastic upscale brunch spot and is definitely a local favorite. Aside from the full breakfast and lunch menus, the brunch menu is offered exclusively on weekends. Options include a crab cake sandwich, croque monsieur, turkey pretzel club, farm fresh omelettes, breakfast plates, several “benedict” varieties, quiche, and hearty entrees like shrimp and grits or meatloaf – to name a few. Prices vary based on menu selection.


Tupelo Honey Café | Saturdays & Sundays 9am – 2pm | (843) 315-3780

Brand new for 2015, Tupelo Honey Café was a welcomed addition to the Market Common area and has created quite the buzz. Their scrimptions brunch menu includes a wide array of creative southern favorites. Options include fried chicken and biscuits, southern breakfast bowl, sweet potato pancakes, smoked jalapeno fried egg BLT, Chef Brian’s specialty omelettes, “small plates”, and upscale meat and three selections. Tupelo Honey also offers an eclectic array of signature bloody marys to choose from.


South Grand Strand Brunch


Gulfstream Café | Sundays 10am – 2pm | (843) 651-8808

breakfast plateIf dining with a view is what you seek, look no farther than Gulfstream Café, located a short drive south in Garden City. The unique peninsula location of this eatery provides breathtaking views of both the Murrells Inlet marsh on one side and endless Atlantic vistas on the other side. The upscale brunch buffet here varies each week but often includes favorites like homemade biscuits, an omelet station, breakfast meats, southern style grits, baked chicken, fresh veggies, French toast, and a killer “make your own” Bloody Mary bar that you won’t want to miss. The cost is only $12.95 / adults and $5.95 / children.


Salt Water Creek Café | Saturdays & Sundays 10am – 2pm | (843) 357-2433

Another “south end” favorite, Salt Water Creek Café is located in Murrells Inlet, the seafood capital of the state. Their yummy brunch menu includes an eclectic variety of breakfast favorites and creative seafood dishes that you can’t find anywhere else along the strand. Selections from the brunch menu include a variety of original “benedicts”, savory omelets, generous breakfast platters, stuffed French toast, and steak and eggs – to name a few. Prices vary based on menu selection.


BisQit | Saturdays & Sundays 8am – 2pm | (843) 979-2747

A more recent addition to the already impressive Pawleys Island culinary scene, BisQit offers fresh, homemade food at a price you can afford. Their unique position is centered around – you guessed it – fluffy, handmade biscuits. Enjoy breakfast favorites like biscuits and gravy with fried chicken and breakfast biscuit sandwiches or one of their famous burgers served on your choice of biscuit or a fresh baked bun. Be sure to save room for a handspun milkshake which you can enjoy as is or “spiked”. Prices vary by menu selection. 


Also, don’t forget that all of our MyrtleBeach-Resorts.com properties offer an on-site breakfast and brunch option which is fast, easy, and convenient for our guests: hotel breakfast buffet

  • Coral Beach ResortSea Level Restaurant at Coral Beach Resort offers a decadent breakfast served daily that includes a wide array of traditional breakfast favorites like egg preparations, breakfast meats, pastries, and plenty of fresh, hot coffee. 
  • Sea Crest Resort – Grab a quick meal to-go at the Beach Java Café located at Sea Crest Resort. Beach Java Café is one of the few places at the beach to serve Starbucks Coffee and offers a variety of quick-serve options like sandwiches, pastries, muffins, and more. 
  • Holiday Pavilion Resort on the Boardwalk – Enjoy a quick grab and go option from our Oceans Coffee Café located on the 2nd floor across from the lobby.


Where is your favorite place in Myrtle Beach to grab brunch? Let us know!


The area is “going green” this spring for St. Patrick’s Day and you won’t want to miss out on the action. Whether you are seeking a family friendly affair or want to enjoy live music and drinks with friends you are sure to find the perfect way to spend this festive day.


Check out what Myrtle Beach has in store for St. Patrick’s Day!



St. Patrick’s Day Bonfire at La Belle Amie Vineyard | Saturday, March 12th | 12pm – 5pm


Kick back and relax this St. Patrick’s Day with a lively bonfire event at La Belle Amie Vineyard. This popular wine tourism venue often hosts events throughout the year and this one should surely be on your radar, particularly if you want to do something a little different this year. The festival will include live entertainment form the Stringwood Trio, grilled goodies from The Vineyard Grill, complimentary vineyard tours (weather permitting), and $5 wine tasting which include 6 samples and a logo wine glass gift. Come enjoy a toasty bonfire, good eats, and great wine!



St. Patrick’s Day at Castano’s Steakhouse | Thursday, March 17th | 4pm – Until

 shepherd's pie

Whether you just want a place to grab some great Irish grub or you want to keep the Irish celebrations rolling throughout the evening, be sure to stop by Castano’s Steakhouse to top off your “green pride”. This popular waterfront Barefoot Landing restaurant is going green in a big way with plenty of decadent Irish food specials including corned beef and cabbage, Guinness stew, and shepherd’s pie. There will also be live entertainment, party favors, and generous drink specials including green beer and the “shamrock shaker”. Stop by and get in the holiday spirit with authentic Irish eats! Call (843) 361-2000 for more information.




These Events All Take Place on Saturday, March 19th



Myrtle Beach Boardwalk St. Patrick’s Day Festival | 12pm – 10pm

 St. Patrick's Day Festival

The Boardwalk St. Patrick’s Day Festival is inarguably the biggest celebration along the Grand Strand. This daylong event takes place along the bustling downtown boardwalk area and is a hub for live entertainment and activities all weekend long. The festival will span three city blocks and feature several live music stages with entertainment all weekend, several food and retail vendors, the area’s largest Irish beer garden, and a dedicated family area with carnival rides, games, a petting zoo, camel rides, and more! There is truly something for everyone at the Boardwalk St. Patrick’s Day Festival so make plans to stop by anytime between 12pm – 10pm on Saturday!



7th Annual Irish Festival at Market Common | 11am – 7pm


Looking for a more low key St. Patrick’s Day celebration? If so, look no farther than the scenic Market Common area for your celebrations. The 7th Annual Irish Festival kicks off at 11am and runs until 7pm at Valor Park. The festival will feature Irish style live entertainment, tasty food vendors, a generous Irish beer garden, and plenty of family fun for all ages. Games, face painting, and arts and crafts are just a few things that guests can look forward to. The Market Common Irish festival is a popular destination for groups and families who want to avoid the hustle and bustle of downtown but still want to enjoy a great Irish affair.



27th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival in North Myrtle Beach | 11am – 4pm 


Kick off your Irish spirit bright and early with North Myrtle Beach’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival. This area event attracts thousands of visitors each year and is a rain or shine event. The parade begins promptly at 11am on Main Street and is followed by a lively post-parade festival. There will be two live music stages, a large dedicated children’s area with lively games and carnival rides, a shepherd’s pie eating contest, and more than 150 food, retail, and craft vendors to explore. This is a great option for families or visitors who want to enjoy a mid-day celebration.



Taste Of The Irish


Looking to enjoy a little authentic Irish cuisine or a nice Irish pub during your visit? Check out our top recommendations for area Irish hotspots:


O’Keefe’s Irish Pub – Murrells Inlet

A short drive to the south end will land you at O’Keefe’s Irish Pub. Visitors can enjoy food and drink specials all day long and free shuttles to and from the Downtown Myrtle Beach Festival. Call (843) 651-7211 for more information.


Finn McCool’s Irish Restaurant & Pub – Myrtle Beach (Lake Arrowhead Road)

Guests who enjoy the historic Lake Arrowhead Drive area of the beach will definitely want to check out this Irish hangout.  Finn’s will have live music from Victor Cunneen and plenty of food and drink specials in store for St. Pat’s! Call (843) 449-7616 for more information.


Bumstead’s Pub – Myrtle Beach (Downtown)

Bumstead’s is the go-to spot for post-festival food and drinks! Crowds flock here for the tasty grub and live entertainment – you won’t want to miss out!  Call (843) 445-6592 for more information.


Flynn’s Irish Tavern – North Myrtle Beach

A North Myrtle Beach tradition, Flynn’s is home base for the North Myrtle St. Pat’s parade and festival and will have plenty of food and drink specials as well as live entertainment waiting! Call (843) 249-6533 for more information.


Molly Darcy’s Irish Pub & Restaurant – North Myrtle Beach

Enjoy oceanfront fun in North Myrtle Beach at Molly Darcy’s Irish Pub! This lively local hotspot also offers a full menu and an extensive game room. Call (843) 272-5555 for more information.


Looking For A Hotel Near The Boardwalk?


Myrtle Beach Boardwalk Hotels

If so, we can help! Our Holiday Pavilion Resort on the Boardwalk Property is conveniently located right along the bustling Myrtle Beach Boardwalk – just a short walk to all of the festival action! 

Coral Beach Resort and Sea Crest Resort are also both situated just a short drive from the downtown area. 

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 Be sure to check out our three Myrtle Beach Resort properties & hotel deals to book your stay in downtown Myrtle Beach today!