"They are tantalizing customers taste buds with unique twists on their favorite classic foods, prepared with only the finest, fresh ingredients, since 2017. One of its foundation, Chef Evi holds the secret of their foods delicious ingredients and the flawless preparation of their food. During breakfast they are serving up unique Blueberry’s favorites such as the Wild Smoked Salmon Croissant; the Chicken & Waffles with Sugar Pears; the French Omelette with roasted red peppers, pesto, mushrooms, caramelized onions, capers and Bordeaux brie cheese; and the Country Benedict with fried green tomatoes, poached eggs, applewood smoked bacon and hollandaise sauce."
"After opening a successful location in Myrtle Beach, Blueberry's Grill recently opened an additional location at Barefoot Landing to serve their North Myrtle Beach customers. Open for breakfast and lunch, Blueberry's offers an assortment of morning favorites such as pancakes, French toast, waffles, omelets, benedicts, and more, plus specialties like the Blueberry's Monte Cristo Sandwich. Lunch options include an array of salads, burgers, sandwiches, small plates like the Half Moon Mahi Taco, and entrees such as the Barefoot Island Grits with seared salmon, garlic, spinach, capers, crumbled goat cheese, yellow grits, and scallions."
"Olympic Flame Pancake House lives up the name: they have pancakes fit for a true Olympian!. Made with fresh ingredients, Olympic Flame offers the most popular pancake options including chocolate chips and bananas, as well as more unique toppings like apple cinnamon or fresh peach glaze. The pancake house also offers an extensive biscuit menu unlike anything we’ve seen before."
"There are pancake houses stacked on top pancakes houses here. There’s a rumor going around that there are more pancake houses in Myrtle Beach per capita than anywhere in the country. It’s a quintessential societal element, sort of like bodegas in New York City."
"With loads of tasty classic-American options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, kids will have no trouble selecting their dish to enjoy, including french toast, tie-dyed pancakes, mini cheeseburgers, grilled cheese, pizza bites, and every kid’s meal comes with a free sundae!"
"The menu is filled with standout comfort food favorites, but the real star of the show is “The Five Five Challenge.” Your task: eat a burger stacked seven patties deep (55 ounces of meat!), with at least four toppings, a side of fries and a 24-ounce soda, all in 30 minutes or less. While many brave eaters have attempted the feat, only few have won. May the fork be with you."
Hwy 55 Burgers Shakes & Fries
4.1 (337 ratings)
Retro-themed chain with a 1950s soda-fountain look, dishing out familiar fast-food selections.
1416 Hwy 17 N #1, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582, USA
"Nature & Wildlife AreasNorth Myrtle Beach, SC 29588MoreLess Info. North Myrtle Beach is home to the T.I.G.E.R.S Preservation Station, a unique zoological institution that allows visitors to hold and take photographs with exotic animals. Its most popular denizens are tiger cubs and orangutans."
"Among the top North Myrtle Beach attractions is Alligator Adventure. Explore what has been dubbed the Reptile Capital of the World, as it is one of the largest facilities for reptile life in the world. Aside from alligators, guests see a variety of lizard species, cranes, snakes, sea turtles, monkeys, kangaroos and warthogs."
"Come face-to-face with some of the world’s most vicious and beautiful animals when you visit Alligator Adventure in North Myrtle Beach. A truly eye-opening attraction, you’ll greet gators, crocs, lemurs, exotic birds and much more when you take a trip to this exotic facility."
"Located in The Market Common, the Seacoast Artists Guild & Gallery gives local artists the opportunity to both practice their craft and to sell their works. Workshops, lecture series and special sales make this place a must-see for artsy types."
"Right around the corner from Studio B is the Seacoast Artists Guild and Gallery. This gallery focuses more on local artists from around the Lowcountry, and like Studio B is highly regarded by residents and visitors alike."
"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."
Art & Soul, An Artisan Gallery
5 (4 ratings)4 (3 ratings)
5001 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577, USA
Art museumShoppingArt centerArt galleryCafeCoffee shopGift shop
"This popular spot among locals can be found on 48th Avenue North. It is a Japanese eatery that offers a long list of sushi and sashimi options. If you have a favorite sushi spot that is not included on this list, please let us know!"
"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."