"Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach's seafood district of Murrells Inlet, this upscale/casual steakhouse gives visitors options, especially for those with a taste of red meat instead of fish. Bovine's features mesquite-grilled dishes. As its name might suggest, the atmosphere pays homage to the Old West with cow memorabilia lining the walls and tablecloths patterned with cowboy boots."
"At Bovine’s you’ll find steaks, seafood and wood-fired pizza, all served against the backdrop of picturesque Murrells Inlet. Affordable steakhouse dining at its best, Bovines serves sirloin, ribeye, Filet Mignon, New York strip, pork chops, along with BBQ ribs and chicken. All dinner entrees come with a salad bar, corn pudding and choice of fresh vegetable."
"Whether you are looking to pick up a quick lunch before hitting the beach or you want to take your fare to go for a picnic, head to the sandwich headquarters of Myrtle Beach – Dagwood’s Deli. This local shop serves up a variety of both classic and creative concoctions. All sandwiches are served with chips and a pickle and most are well under the $10 price point."
"original location in Myrtle Beach (attached to Bumstead's Pub) serves up sandwiches on fresh hoagie rolls that are baked daily. Among the many specialty subs, Dagwood's Dipper consists of sliced turkey and melted Swiss cheese piled high and served warm on a sub roll, with bacon bits and homemade dill mayonnaise for dipping."
"Burky’s Grill is a 1950’s style fast food restaurant with prices that won’t break the bank. If you’re spending the weekend in Myrtle Beach, go on a Friday night when Mustangs and Thunderbirds gather outside for their classic car Cruise In specials. There are plenty of cheap eats on the menu here – the combos are great value with a burger, fries and a drink from $5.79."
"A straight walk to 40th Avenue North Beach Access, Burky’s Grill is a 1950’s themed restaurant started in 2003. Serving classic American food, it’s no surprise that reviews on TripAdvisor, Yelp, and Google praise their fresh burgers and friendly waitstaff. Drive-Thru Open | Takeout | Delivery"
"Burky’s Grill is a favorite spot for locals and visitors alike. This friendly diner offers ol’ fashioned 1950’s-style food that won’t break the bank. Of course, many people opt for the Hamburger ($5.59), which comes with fries and a drink."
E Noodles & Co.
4.5 (493 ratings)
400 20th Ave S, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577, USA
Asian restaurantChinese restaurantJapanese restaurantNoodle shopRestaurant
"E Noodles & Co on 20th Avenue South was the first restaurant Noah and I went to for dinner in Myrtle Beach many years ago. We walked over from Hampton Inn & Suites Myrtle Beach Oceanfront (About 10 minutes) after an employee at the hotel told us she heard they had amazing veggie dishes. Noah loved the vegetable fried rice and we added tofu to ours with Edamame on the side."
"What’s more romantic than a seafood dinner on Valentine’s day. Dine at Landry’s Seafood, one of the many restaurants at Broadway at the Beach, and enjoy a variety of fresh fish (caught daily). Landry’s offers a 3-course dining special for $20.50, enjoy a salad, Mahi Verona or Fish & Shrimp as your entree, and your choice of bread pudding or creme brulee for dessert."
"Landry’s seafood has been a Broadway at the Beach staple for years!. They are known for serving fresh gulf coast seafood, delicious steaks, and wonderful desserts. Their charming atmosphere adds to your dining experience not to mention the beautiful waterfront views of Lake Broadway."
"Outback Steakhouse is known for high quality, juicy steaks with your choice of big cuts and bold flavor, cooked just the way you like it. They are the home of juicy steaks, spirited drinks and Aussie hospitality. The restaurant is family friendly and features an upbeat, boisterous dining environment."
"Yamato’s claims to be South Carolina’s original Japanese Steakhouse. The dining room is dim and communal with the clinking and clattering of utensils on the flat top griddle only interrupted by random spurts of laughter, thrilled by the Teppanyaki theatrics – most people are in awe of the onion volcano but the showstopper is when the chef molds the mound of rice into the shape of an heart and then uses his spatula to make it look like its beating. If you’re fortunate, chef Ken will roll his cart to your table."
"Known as the “Original Hibachi House” it’s easy to tell what this eatery specializes in. Jimmyz Hibachi has three locations across the Grand Strand, all of which whip up mouthwatering Hibachi dishes. This fast and casual restaurant is widely recognized for its delicious $5 Chicken Bowl, but the menu also features other items like Fried Rice Bowls (with chicken, steak, or shrimp), Noodle Bowls (with chicken, steak, or shrimp), Veggie Bowls, Hibachi Salads, Hibachi Wraps, Soups, and more."
"Break the burgers-and-fries routine for some excellent Japanese cuisine that's good to go in more ways than one. Chef and owner Jimmy is a bit of a local legend, operating several other Japanese restaurants and catering services over the years, but now he has his own place and a loyal local following. Patrons can dine in, but the carry-out window makes for a quick and convenient way to enjoy a hot meal at home or your hotel room."
"Hours:12:06 AM - 11:00 AM todaySat: 11:00 AM - 10:00 PMSun: 11:00 AM - 10:00 PMMon: 11:00 AM - 10:00 PMTue: 11:00 AM - 10:00 PMWed: 11:00 AM - 10:00 PMThu: 11:00 AM - 10:00 PMFri: 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM. Address:1780 Pine Island Rd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577"
Sakura Hibachi Buffet
4.1 (1574 ratings)
Pan-Asian eating, with sushi & some American options, at all-you-can-eat lunch & dinner buffets.
"Italian Cuisine restaurant, family-owned bar & eatery offering fresh and homemade italian food with real Italian chef & real Italian taste. European fine dining restaurant • Authentic Recipes • Delightful menu items. Phone Number: (843) 280-2288"