"Part restaurant, part retail market, the Flying Fish Public Market & Grill offers a fresh catch of the day any way you like it prepared and a kid’s menu that features favorites such as mac and cheese, fish sticks, and chicken fingers. Other specialties include the seared ahi tuna tacos and blackened mahi-mahi. There’s also a well-stocked raw bar and signature sushi dishes from which to choose."
"At Sharkey’s you’ll quickly learn the fun never stops, and there’s always fun to be had. Sit on the deck — which has an amazing oceanfront view — and enjoy a delicious seafood meal made from fresh ingredients and prepared by the one and only Chef Lenny Edwards. If you’re staying in Myrtle Beach during a summer weekend, drop by and show off your singing skills during a karaoke night or listen and dance along to one of the bands or DJs playing that night."
"Aloha, Sharkey's Luau is a family oriented and exciting journey through Polynesia. Our beautiful Hawaiian dancers will mesmerize you and our Samoan Chief will thrill you with his Fire knife dance. We include a full all you can eat buffet and a show full of color, humor, and excitement and audien..."
"Part art museum and part restaurant, Collector's Cafe & Gallery blends fine dining with art appreciation under one roof, offering a unique and unforgettable dining experience. The eclectic restaurant-cum-art-gallery spans 6000 square feet and features several dining rooms, private dining spaces, a casual coffee lounge, and a full-service bar and serves a menu of seasonal American cuisine and fine wines. Creative dishes and daily specials focus on fresh seafood and prime meats such as yellowfin tuna, Main lobster, filet medallions topped with lump crab, and rack of lamb."
"Part art museum and part restaurant, Collector's Cafe serves classic American cuisine worthy of a work of art. Fresh seafood and chops are the centerpieces on a diverse menu that includes lobster, yellowfin tuna, and filet medallions topped with lump crab meat and a creamy bearnaise sauce. Creative dishes and daily specials allow patrons to try some artistic twists on traditional menus."
"Want to indulge in a special dessert while relaxing in a unique atmosphere?. Collectors Cafe in Myrtle Beach sports a warm ambiance complete with artwork adorning the walls. In addition to a wide range of lunch and dinner items, Collectors Cafe also has a full dessert menu."
Crave Italian Oven & Bar
4.6 (953 ratings)
Hip haunt with TVs & an old-world vibe serving wood-fired pizza, Italian mains & creative cocktails.
"Tanger Outlets are among the most well-known outlet stores in the country, and there are two locations in Myrtle Beach. With locations off Highway 17 and Highway 501, the Tanger Outlets are a must-visit for all shopping buffs. Visit nationally known retailers like Banana Republic, Adidas, American Eagle, White House Black Market, and Yankee Candle."
"While it might seem obvious, the main attraction in Myrtle beach is the beautiful stretch of white-sand beach along the city's oceanfront, which extends for a total of 60 miles. Fly a kite, search for shells, toss a Frisbee, or let the kids enjoy the water while parents watch nearby. Adventurers can enjoy a variety of sports, such as boating, fishing, surfing, para-sailing, windsurfing, or scuba diving."
"You can find classic italian cuisines in this restaurant, eatery & bar serving a wide range of your appetite needs. Offering an extensive menu with fresh ingredients. Italian Cuisine • Vegetarian Friendly • WiFi Available"
"Like the name implies, dinner and drinks here are a live science experiment. This downtown Myrtle beach restaurant specializes in molecular gastronomy, with bizarrely-good plates like root beer, sesame-glazed, sous-vide lamb ribs over an artichoke quinoa risotto or scallops served over wakame, with sweet Thai butter and lemon “caviar.” Many of the drinks come smoking or served in lab equipment, like the frosty “flux capacitor” with St Germaine, Tito’s Vodka, lemon juice, house-made blackberry simple syrup, muddled mint leaves and a soda floater."
"If you’re looking for a unique dining experience check out The Chemist, located at 300 9th Avenue North. Try one of their craft cocktail concoctions served in a beaker glass while you browse the menu. Order an experiment (a Chemist appetizer) like ahi poke tuna or sweet potato tots served with a bacon maple dip."
"When was the last time you sat down to eat at a restaurant and a glass of liquid with smoke coming out of it was placed on your table?. I appreciate chefs and mixologists that are ambitious and artistic. This is clearly exhibited at the Chemist, making it a must on this Myrtle Beach Restaurants Guide!"
The Cypress Room
4.1 (49 ratings)
Casual, oceanfront bar/eatery at Island Vista Resort with seasonal, elevated seafood & steak dishes.