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Fall is officially here and you will not want to miss out on the agreeable temps and fantastic lineup of fall festivals. Though summer is the “prime” vacation season, many beach-goers actually prefer the fall. The crowds have diminished and the weather offers mid-70 afternoons with a delightful cool breeze in the evenings. Check out our current Myrtle Beach Resort deals and book your fall beach getaway today:


Coral Beach Resort – Our oceanfront property located at 12th Avenue South along Ocean Boulevard

Bed & Breakfast Deal – Give the budget a break with this generous breakfast deal! Stay any night Sunday – Thursday during the month of October to get a FREE breakfast for 2 at Atlantis Marketplace each morning of your stay. Atlantis offers a decadent spread of classic breakfast favorites that are sure to start your day on a high note. Rates for this deal start at only $85 / night.

Free November Deal – Enjoy tons of FREE perks with this deal during your stay in November. This generous special offers a free Starbucks coffee for two each day of your stay, a free bagel or muffin to enjoy with your coffee each day of your stay, and a free hour of bowling for each day of your stay – valid through Sunday – Thursday. There are only a limited amount of these specials available so book yours now!


Sea Crest Resort – Our oceanfront property located at 8th Avenue South along Ocean Boulevard

60 More Days of Summer – Extend your summer vacation for 60 more days with this cool fall offer. Stay at Sea Crest Resort through October to enjoy rock bottom rates! Oceanfront rooms start at only $60 / night while Oceanview rooms are being offered for only $50 / night. Book this deal now and save!

October Resort Credit – Stay with Sea Crest during the month of October to take advantage of the Resort Credit deal. This generous offer gives guests $10 per weekday (Sunday – Thursday) that can be used at any of the on-site vendors. Resort credit can be redeemed at the Malibu Beach Bar and Snack Shop, Ships Store, or the Beach Java Café. This is a great way to extend the budget and enjoy Sea Crest Resort’s generous on-site amenities.


Holiday Inn Pavilion – Our oceanfront property located along the bustling Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

October & November Rates – This oceanfront boardwalk favorite is offering generous discounts for the months of October and November! Deals include:

• Oceanview Room Rates Starting at Only $58
• Oceanfront Efficiency Rates Starting at Only $70
• Oceanfront Suite Rates Starting at Only $77

This deal also includes a FREE daily breakfast for each guest! Book this deal now while it lasts!


Our Myrtle Beach Resorts are conveniently located near a wide array of family friendly dining options that are sure to keep your family full and happy. Check out some of the top dining recommendations near our oceanfront resorts:

Sea Crest Resort & Coral Beach Resort

This dynamic duo is located along the popular “south end” of Myrtle Beach. The south end is often touted as the most “family friendly” section of the beach because this particular stretch offers a large cluster of attractions and restaurants within walking distance of the resorts. Check out a few of the top family friendly restaurants just a stone’s through from Sea Crest and Coral Beach.

Angelo’s Steak & Pasta

Angelo’s Steak & Pasta is a favorite spot among visitors and locals alike! Their decadent Italian cuisine and chef selected chops make this eatery second to none. Guests may choose from the expansive menu or dine from the generous Italian buffet which offers homemade pastas, juicy meatballs, raviolis, chicken and veal preparations, and plenty more. Though the Italian selections are certainly brag-worthy, the steaks are where this place really shines. The chops here are hand cut by the chef himself then lightly seasoned, grilled to your preferred temperature, and then served with butter on a sizzling plate. No matter what you choose, we promise you can’t go wrong! Call (843) 626-2800 for more information.

Thorny’s Steakhouse & Saloon

The come-as-you-are atmosphere and generous portions keep guests flocking back time and time again to Thorny’s Steakhouse. The menu here features plenty of options to please even the pickiest palette, making this spot a favorite among families and groups. Dig in to a succulent order of BBQ chicken or dive into an order of the fall-off-the-bone tender ribs, smothered in Thorny’s signature sauce. If you are in the mood for a real treat, try the house prime rib, slow roasted in house and then served with natural jus, a house or Caesar salad, and your choice of side. Other selections include pastas, seafood dishes, sandwiches, and several tempting appetizers. Call (843) 448-2333 for more information.

Villa Romana

Villa Romana has been voted “best Italian at the beach” for several years running – and after one visit it’s not hard to see why! This charming local gem offers classic Italian cuisine the way mama used to make in the old country. The flavors are bold, authentic, and unforgettable. Start off in true Italian style with a little antipasto or spice things up with an order of the pork sausage and peppers. The entrée selections include a wide array of traditional veal and chicken preparations, baked dishes like manicotti di ricotta or eggplant parmigiana, and succulent seafood selections like the orange roughy or stuffed flounder. And, of course, plenty of fresh pasta dishes! Call (843) 448-4900 for more information.


Holiday Inn Pavilion

The Holiday Inn Oceanfront Resort is located along the bustling Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. This coveted location allows guests easy access to all of the fun and excitement of the downtown area, including tons of fresh restaurants. Check out the top dining picks near the Holiday Inn Oceanfront and try one out during your next getaway.

Bandito’s Restaurant & Cantina

Kick back and relax at this lively oceanfront cantina. Bandito’s is known for offering tasty south-of-the-border cuisine, live entertainment, and the area’s best margaritas. Kick start your meal with an order of creamy queso of house guacamole. For the main event, try one of Bandito’s tempting tacos, fajitas, quesadillas, burritos, or mix things up with one of their signature dishes which offer a creative twist on popular classics; favorites include the macadamia crusted trout, mojo chicken, and fire cracker pasta. Bandito’s also offers a spacious oceanfront outdoor seating area that hosts live entertainment throughout the week and an oceanfront lawn area where guests can enjoy yard games. Call (843) 808-9800 for more information.

Pier House Restaurant

Located along the popular Second Avenue Pier, Pier House Restaurant is hard to miss. This oceanfront favorite is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner – meaning you will have plenty of chances to come and enjoy great food with great Atlantic vistas. The breakfast menu offers a wide array of breakfast favorites like omelettes and breakfast plates while the lunch menu features fresh salads, lighter fare like sandwiches and wraps, and several heartier entrée selections. The dinner menu expands upon the lunch menu with the addition of several decadent items including southern staples, like shrimp and grits and fresh crab cakes, and several sizzling steak features. Pier House also offers a rooftop “open air bar” which features a limited menu with appetizers, sandwiches and wraps, and seafood baskets, drink specials, and live entertainment throughout the week. Call (843) 445-7437 for more information.


Whether you are a first-timer to the area or are a seasoned beach pro you are sure to know at least a little bit about the Myrtle Beach area. But, how well versed are you with Myrtle Beach trivia? Check out a few of these little known facts and brush up on your Myrtle Beach knowledge:


Fast Facts

  • Myrtle Beach got its name from the wax myrtle trees common to the area. The general Myrtle Beach area is often referred to as the “Grand Strand”.
  • The “Grand Strand” is comprised of a 60-mile stretch that runs from Little River, SC down to Georgetown, SC.
  • Myrtle Beach hosts over 15 million visitors each calendar year with June – August being the busiest months for travel.
  • Myrtle Beach averages an impressive 215 sunny days per year, making it one of the most popular east coast beach destinations.
  • Myrtle Beach’s population jumps from around 30,000 in the “off-season” to over 350,000 during the summer months.
  • The Myrtle Beach area is home to over 1,500 restaurants that serve up everything from Calabash style seafood and low country cuisine to fresh sushi and ethic offerings.
  • Myrtle Beach got its name from the wax myrtle trees common to the area.


Fun Facts

  • Myrtle Beach’s very first hotel was Seaside Inn, built in 1901 for only $3,813 total for materials and labor. The cost of staying was just $2 / night and included three meals.
  • Oceanfront lots were only $25 in 1905. Now, oceanfront lots can run well over $1 Million in some areas. Let’s throwback to those prices for a bit, shall we?
  • Shag, the official state dance of South Carolina, originally hails from the Ocean Drive section of North Myrtle Beach. It’s rumored that the “shag” evolved from locals in the 1940’s attempting to do the “jitterbug” but had a little too much to drink and it turned into a slower version with a bit more flare.
  • Sports Illustrated Magazine comes from humble beginnings. This popular sports publication started at the Pine Lakes International Country Club in 1953.
  • Well known Myrtle Beach natives include Vanna White from Wheel of Fortune, Shane Carruth, an award winning director, and Christopher Jones from Forrest Gump.
  • Kings Highway was actually an Indian trail long before European settlers arrived in the area. After colonization, the trail remained a popular route to travel between northern and southern cities.


Do you have any interesting Myrtle Beach facts to add? Let us know!


It wouldn’t be a proper Independence Day celebration without getting your fill of classic American fare and you can rest assured that there are plenty of places in Myrtle Beach to satisfy your palette. Whether you are craving a thick, juicy burger or a perfectly charred steak, you can find a wide array of American classics around the beach – you just have to know where to look! Enjoy our roundup of the top spots to indulge in decadent American fare this July 4th and treat yourself during your beach vacation:


Guests looking for the best burger at the beach won’t have to look any further than River City Café. With an extensive menu full of creative concoctions and several Grand Strand locations, you really don’t have an excuse not to try this bustling burger joint. In the mood to try something new? Try the “nacho crunch burger” which is topped with homemade guacamole, fresh jalapenos, pepper jack cheese, crunchy Doritos, and a spicy chipotle mayo. Or, stick with the tried and true with the “house cheeseburger”, seasoned and grilled to perfection and then dressed to order. With more than 20 signature burgers and the option to create your own, you are sure to satisfy whatever craving you have. Call (843) 448-1990 for the Myrtle Beach location closest to our resorts.


Succulent sizzling steaks can be found at several places in Myrtle Beach but the best chops around are found at Angelo’s Steak & Pasta. This family owned and operated eatery proudly boasts serving over 100,000 steaks a year, meaning they must be doing something right. The chef trips and seasons every chop himself, ensuring quality and optimal flavor. Guests can enjoy juicy cuts like ribeyes or more tender cuts like filets, and everything in between. Chop sizes range from 6oz up to 14oz, making it easy to find the perfect portion and all steaks are served on a sizzling plate to ensure that your steak stays warm through the last bite. The attention to detail and consistency set this steakhouse apart from the rest! Call (843) 626-2800 for more information.


Hotdogs are a true American treat. Whether you enjoy a plain dog lightly grilled or you want it loaded with toppings, Peaches Corner is the place to go to satisfy your craving. Located near the boardwalk in the bustling downtown area of Myrtle Beach, Peaches Corner has been an area staple for over 75 years and shows no sign of slowing down! Enjoy a classic foot-long for only $3.99 or opt for one of their more creative concoctions like “the bruiser” which is a beer battered foot-long wrapped in bacon, fried, and topped with chili, cheese, and onions. Grab a dog (… or two… or three…) and then enjoy the sights and sounds of the scenic boardwalk area. Call (843) 448-7424 for more information.


The top contender for the area’s best barbecue was tough. Though there are several of places that slow smoke their meat and slather it with succulent sauce, no one does it quite like Little Pigs BBQ. This true southern style smokehouse has stood the test of time and has become an area staple for visitors and locals alike. The meats here are fall-off-the-bone tender and the sauces have been carefully crafted and handed down for generations. The menu here is simple, as it should be. Enjoy classics like pulled pork or chicken as a plate or as a sandwich or indulge in a half or full rack of their famous ribs. Little Pigs also has a convenient to-go menu, making feeding a crowd a breeze. Call (843) 692-9774 for more information.

Ice Cream

Find every ice cream variation you could ever dream of at Broadway at the Beach. This popular outdoor venue for attractions and dining is also home to a wide selection of decadent ice cream shops. If luscious mix-ins are your favorite then head to Cold Stone Creamery. This classic shop boasts a wide array of signature flavors and mix-ins, making the flavor combinations almost endless! Watch as the skilled staff mixes your ice cream with the mix-ins by hand on their signature cold stone slabs. Other tempting ice cream shops include Ben & Jerry’s for those in the mood for something extra decadent and Froyos for those in the mood for a health conscious choice.


The beach and BBQ go hand in hand. There’s nothing quite like enjoying the warm, summer weather while indulging on grilled meats that have been smothered and covered every which way in finger-licking, homemade BBQ sauce. Summer is simple, and so is great BBQ. No need to over complicate things; just kick back and relax and enjoy down home cooking. Luckily for you, Myrtle Beach offers plenty of BBQ joints, you just need to know where to look – and that’s where we come in. Enjoy our list of the top BBQ at the beach and pencil one (or two… or three…) of these local gems into your vacation itinerary:


Little Pigs BBQ

With two locations in the Myrtle Beach area, you really don’t have a reason not to try this local favorite. Don’t let the humble interior fool you – the food here is easily the best among any cuisine you’ll find in the area. Their BBQ plates include options like a half or whole rack of their fall-off-the-bone tender baby back ribs, grilled chicken, chopped pork or chicken, sandwiches, and combo plates in case you can’t decide on just one. BBQ wouldn’t be complete without home-style sides and Little Pigs comes through with flying colors. Choose between an array of favorites like mac ‘n cheese, potato salad, slaw, hush puppies, and even a deep fried corn on the cob. Call (843) 692-9774 for the location nearest you.


Simply Southern Smokehouse

New to the area, this quaint eatery is quickly becoming a favorite among locals and visitors alike. This restaurant features a shabby chic “barn” feel inside to complete the country style buffet, served fresh daily. Don’t let the idea of a buffet scare you away, the meats here are smoked in house and the sauces and sides are made in house as well. Enjoy grilled chicken, pulled pork, ribs, and even a few low country staples like chicken bog and peach cobbler, in addition to savory sides like sweet potato casserole and campfire baked beans. Open daily for lunch and dinner, this restaurant even features a drive through, making it easy to get BBQ to-go. Call (843) 839-1913 for more information.


Big Daddy’s Roadhouse Grill

If you are seeking the absolute best ribs in town then look no farther than Bid Daddy’s Roadhouse Grill. Their loyal following can attest to the fact that their house smoked ribs are quite literally fall off the bone tender and the melt in your mouth sauce is just the icing on the cake. If you are in the mood for something different, try the Southwestern BBQ Chicken which is smothered in the house BBQ sauce then topped with cheddar jack cheese, crispy bacon, and onion straws and then baked to perfection. Big Daddy’s is the perfect place to take a group who can’t decide as they offer plenty of other selections in addition to their famous BBQ. Call (843) 234-3287 for more information.


Dickey’s BBQ

Another new buck in town, Dickey’s BBQ Pit offers a slight change of pace. Though they are technically a chain, don’t let that scare you away. They have perfected the art of BBQ and offer fast, friendly service and a spacious, up kept dining room that is ideal for families and groups. Their menu offers several options that many BBQ places don’t, like beef brisket, BBQ honey ham, smoked turkey breast, and even Polish sausage, in addition to traditional favorites like grilled chicken, ribs, and pulled pork. The side items are just as diverse as the meat selection and include options like waffle fries, fried okra, baked potato casserole, fried onion rings, and even a Caesar salad. Dickey’s also offers a few “family pack” options, ideal for feeding hungry groups. Call (843) 839-0209 for more information.


Damon’s Grill

This award winning eatery is a favorite not only because of the succulent cuisine but also because of the breathtaking oceanfront views! The menu here offers plenty of options and is sure to cater to even the pickiest palette. The lunch menu offers a popular “meat and three” option, in addition to several sandwiches and salads while the dinner menu offers any BBQ creation you could imagine. Try the one of the famous rib combos, like the ribs and shrimp, or the southern pulled pork sandwich. “Secret’s in the sauce” – or so I’ve heard – and theirs does not disappoint! But don’t worry – the non-BBQ crowd will have plenty of other succulent options to dig in to as well. Call (843) 626-8000 for more information.


Pack your finest sombrero and get ready for a fiesta! Cinco De Mayo is right around the corner and those who are lucky enough to be in Myrtle Beach for this festive holiday will not find themselves short on places to celebrate. There will be lively celebrations all throughout the Grand Strand, you just have to know where to look – and that’s where we come in. We have compiled a list of our favorite Cinco De Mayo spots, all of which are close to our pristine Myrtle Beach properties. Check them out:


Bandito’s Mexican Cantila – Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

This oceanfront favorite is located along the recently renovated boardwalk, just a hop and a skip from several of our properties. Bandito’s Cantina offers a creative menu with a distinct south of the border flare and a spacious oceanfront deck that you won’t be able to resist. For Cinco Do Mayo, Bandito’s is offering several delectable food specials, live music throughout the day, and deals on the area’s best margaritas. Call (843) 808-9800 for more information.


Nacho Hippo – Market Common

Located within the scenic Market Common venue, Nacho Hippo offers a fresh, hip twist on traditional Mexican fare. Come create your own concoction, like a heaping plate of nachos or a signature taco plate, and then sip on $3 margaritas and $2 bud lights all weekend. There will be live music and food / drinks specials all weekend long. Call (843) 839-9770 for more information.


BurroFest at Burro Loco

Fiesta Del Burro Loco is the Cinco De Mayo headquarters each year – and it’s not hard to see why! The fun kicks off Saturday morning with the annual Stache Dash 5K and continues throughout the weekend with festive food and drink specials. The party really starts on Monday, with live entertainment from local favorites like PaperWork and Bullfrog throughout the day in addition to plenty of food and drink specials. Call (843) 626-1756 for more information.


Broadway at The Beach

The Cinco De Mayo fun kicks off on Sunday, May 4th at Broadway with the annual Carlos ‘N Charlie’s Fiesta 5K. The run begins promptly at 8:30am and will take runners throughout the complex and towards a decadent Mexican themed breakfast buffet awaiting runners at the finish. Restaurants throughout Broadway at The Beach, including the popular Senor Frogs club, will feature food / drink specials and live music throughout the weekend. Call (843) 712-1952 for more information.


Looking for the perfect place to spend your Easter getaway?  With deals on hotels, restaurants, and more, Myrtle Beach is guaranteed to top of your list. Check out the top Easter events happening in the Myrtle Beach area and make your Easter weekend at the beach one to remember!


Post-Game Easter Egg Hunt – April 19th

Come on out to TicketReturn.com Field at Pelicans Ballpark on April 19th to watch Coastal Carolina University’s baseball team take on Presbyterian at 12pm. After watching the CCU Chanticleers, kids 12 and under will be invited down to the field for an Easter egg hunt. Tickets must be purchased for the game in order to take part in the post-game Easter egg hunt. Tickets are priced at $3 for kids and $7 for adults and can be purchased online from the Chanticleer Athletics Ticket Office.


Broadway at the Beach’s Easter Eggstreme – April 19th

On April 19th, Broadway at the Beach will be hosting Easter Eggstreme from 12pm to 4pm. Packed with family-fun entertainment, visitors will get the chance to meet and greet with the Easter Bunny, play games, win prizes, and take advantage of many more exciting activities. Admission is free and all ages are welcome.


32nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt at McLean Park – April 19th

Returning to North Myrtle Beach this year on April 19, the McLean Park Easter egg hunt will be an event the whole family can enjoy. Starting at 10am sharp, egg seekers will be divided into age groups and sent searching. There will also be a variety of other activities and refreshments available during and after the egg hunt. All those attending should dress to impress as the Easter Bunny is set to make an appearance, taking photos, and hand out candy. The admission to this event is free and open to the public.


House of Blues Gospel Brunch – April 20th

On April 20th, the House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach will host a Gospel brunch. From 9am to 2pm local talent will perform traditional and contemporary Gospel songs, while guests enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet. Prices range from $29 for adults and $15 for children (7-12); children under 7 are free.


St. Patrick’s Day is a huge deal in Myrtle Beach as the area goes green and celebrates anything and everything Irish. If you are going to be in the Myrtle Beach area for this festive holiday and are wondering where to celebrate – we have got you covered! All of the MyrtleBeach-Resorts.Com properties are conveniently located close to all of the Myrtle Beach action. Check out what Myrtle Beach has to offer and make your plans now to celebrate in style:


Myrtle Beach Boardwalk Festival

The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk St. Patrick’s Day Festival is one of the area’s biggest and most exciting events. The festival kicks off at noon and will feature live music throughout the day. Elise Testone formerly from American Idol is headlining this event along with several other local and regional artists. The event will also feature plenty of food vendors, a designated children’s area, and the area’s largest Irish beer garden. This lively event will wrap up around midnight.


Broadway at The Beach Events

Get a head start on those St. Patrick’s calories by running the Tilted Kilt 5K. This race begins at 8:30 am and will wind around Broadway at The Beach. Participants are encouraged to dress to impress in their best Irish gear. After the race, runners are invited to enjoy a full Irish breakfast spread. That afternoon and evening, several restaurants at Broadway will feature live music and Irish food and drink specials. This is a great place to hang out sans-children if you are alone for the weekend.


Market Common Irish Festival

Looking for an event that will offer a little more elbow room? Head to  Market Common for a fun, family friendly festival. There will be plenty of Irish entertainment, Irish food, and the area’s best selection of traditional Irish beers. The younger tikes in the group will love the kiddy play area which will offer inflatables, face painting, games, and more! This event starts at 11 am and wraps up around 7 pm. While you are there, check out the restaurants and shops within Market Common.


The Myrtle Beach area has long been known as one of the top family friendly destinations along the East Coast – and for good reason! The Grand Strand offers sandy shores, scenic sunrises, and a slew of attractions that are sure to keep you busy during your visit. Want to know the best places to find tons of family fun in one convenient location? Check out our roundup of the top places to find family attractions in Myrtle Beach:


Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

This newly renovated section of the downtown area of Myrtle Beach is quickly becoming a family favorite. Home to the famous Myrtle Beach SkyWheel, the Boardwalk offers a casual atmosphere with a diverse array of family friendly attractions and restaurants. In addition, the Boardwalk hosts a variety of events throughout the year, all free to the public. Popular events include the Hot Summer Nights promotion that takes place throughout the summer as well as Holiday Events like the St. Patrick’s Day Festival, all of which offer games, rides, entertainers, face painting, and so much more – meaning the kids are sure to have a blast!


Broadway at The Beach

Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach, this area staple is hard to miss. Broadway encompasses a wide array of family friendly attractions that are suitable for guests of all ages. Soak up the sun at Myrtle Waves Water Park or catch an afternoon baseball game at the Pelican’s Stadium. Push the limits at the NASCAPR SpeedPark or explore new heights with a helicopter tour of Myrtle Beach. If you get stuck with a rare rainy day at the beach, fret not, as Broadway also offers a large number of indoor attractions, like MagiQuest, WonderWorks, and The Big D Theater.


Barefoot Landing

Barefoot Landing, located just a few minutes up the road in North Myrtle Beach, offers a scenic outdoor atmosphere and tons of family fun. Take a ride on the Barefoot Carousel or take a sunset cruise aboard the Barefoot Princess Riverboat. Catch the area’s best live entertainment at The House of Blues or cuddle up with friendly tiger cubs at the TIGER Preservation Station. After an afternoon of adventure, refuel at one of the spectacular Waterfront restaurants.


When you are looking to get out and enjoy Myrtle Beach for the afternoon, head to the popular Boardwalk area of Downtown to take advantage of all of the exciting attractions and the oceanfront scenery. The best part about the downtown area is that it is close to all of the MyrtleBeach-Resorts.com properties, so you won’t have to travel far, and it offers a diverse array of dining options, making it easy to refuel after a long day. Check out some of the top restaurants along the Boardwalk and check out a few during your stay in Myrtle Beach:


Banditos Restaurant & Cantina

Try a taste south of the border at Banditos Restaurant & Cantina. This oceanfront eatery boasts an eclectic menu full of Mexican favorites and an expansive outdoor eating area that is ideal for enjoying the Atlantic vistas. Start with an order of their addictive Seafood Spinach Dip and then indulge in one of their popular burrito, quesadilla, taco, or fajita offerings. Their menu also includes several succulent “signature dishes” like the macadamia crusted trout, mojo chicken, and fire cracker pasta. From the creative cocktails and cuisine and the oceanfront views, Banditos everything you need to refuel after a busy day downtown. Call (843) 808-9800 for more information.


LandShark Bar & Grill

Located on the popular newly renovated Myrtle Beach boardwalk, this casual Jimmy Buffet inspired restaurant is quickly becoming a boardwalk staple. The walk-off-the-beach atmosphere, diverse menu, and friendly service make LandShark a family favorite. Tackle your hunger with an order of the Chips & Queso or with their popular Peel & Eat Shrimp to start with and then dive in to one of their handmade burgers or a jumbo hot dog. Lighter fare, like sandwiches and salads are also available. At night, LandShark shifts into night mode with live music and drink specials. Call (843) 788-0001 for more information.


Pier House Restaurant

Unwind after a long day of beach bumming or attraction hopping at Pier House Restaurant. This eatery is located at the Second Avenue Pier and offers two unique dining options. Dine indoors for a slightly more formal atmosphere and a decadent menu that highlights local seafood. The indoor menu consists of items like Bacon Wrapped Shrimp, Calabash Crab Cakes, Broiled Scallops, and a wide array of fresh fish and steak offerings. There is also an Open Air Bar that offers a more casual atmosphere and lighter fare, like sandwiches, appetizers, and seafood baskets. Both dining areas, however, provide spectacular views of the coastline. Call (843) 445-7437 for more information.


Dirty Don’s Oyster Bar & Grill

Oysters aren’t the only thing cooking at this popular Boardwalk restaurant! Dirty Don’t Oyster Bar & Grill offers a wide array of cuisine, perfect for pleasing even the pickiest palettes. Get the crowd started with ad order of the Shrimp Fritters, Blackened Oysters, or Crispy Fried Pickles. For the main event, choose from a wide array of succulent Seafood Baskets, Homemade Burgers, or plenty of unique Oyster preparations. Dirty Don’s also features an extensive drink list for the adults. Call (843) 213-1632 for more information.


Dagwoods Deli

Sometimes you crave a hearty sandwich and Dagwood’s Deli is just the place to satisfy that craving! Located just a few steps from the busy Boardwalk area, Dagwood’s serves up the beach’s best deli food. Try their signature Dagwood’s Dipper or the Hail Mary for something with a local flare or try a Philly Cheesesteak or Meatball sub for something traditional. Additional offerings include hearty salads, sandwiches, burgers, and baskets. Be sure to stop by on a Wednesday to take advantage of “Free Cookie Day”! Call (843) 448-0100 for more information.