"Gulfstream is the only restaurant in Garden City Beach overlooking the ocean on one side and Murrells Inlet on the other and, fortunately, the food lives up to the view. Recommended starters include the onion loaf (a mass of fried onion rings with bleu cheese dip), kicky N'Awlins shrimp served atop a crispy fried grits cake, she-crab soup and oyster shooters. Popular main courses range from Low Country crab cakes, a variety of fried seafood, garlic crab claws, and grilled or blackened catch of the day."
"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."
Famous Toastery Carolina Forest
4.4 (929 ratings)
2005 Oakheart Rd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579, USA
Breakfast restaurantBrunch restaurantCaterer
Mentioned by Grand Strand Magazine - Myrtle Beach, SC
"The Famous Toastery franchise began in Huntersville, North Carolina, in 2005 when the fresh-made breakfasts and fun atmosphere grew the concept. The Carolina Forest location opened in September 2016 to rave reviews and continues to be a breakfast (and lunch) favorite. Owner Tim McGinnis, former local anchorman and current South Carolina House of Representatives member for the 56th District, visited a location in another city and brought the concept to the Grand Strand."
"Panera Bread believes that good clean food, food you can feel good about, brings out the best in all of us. Food is served in their warm, welcoming fast-casual bakery-cafe, by people who care. At Panera Bread North Myrtle Beach, located at Hwy 17 N, you can experience great and health-friendly dining experience because they are serving clean food without artificial preservatives, sweeteners, flavors or colors from artificial sources."
"Panera Bread Company is an American chain of bakery/café fast-casual restaurants founded in 1987 in Missouri. There are now more than 2,000 locations in the United States and Canada. Known for elevated breakfast sandwiches and deli eats, they’re also reliable for a great cup of coffee."
"Also right on the beachfront, Mar Vista Grande is a luxury resort option with swanky condo accommodation, which is perfect for large families or groups of friends. The spacious and modern units are individually decorated and come with three or four bedrooms featuring ocean views from balconies, flat-screen TVs, full kitchens, and Jacuzzi tubs. On-site amenities include an indoor and outdoor pool, multiple hot tubs, a spa, and full fitness center."
"This regional chain has been a hit at Broadway since replacing the old Planet Hollywood location. Featuring more than 60 different types of beer on tap, a wide variety of food on the menu, and lots of big-screen TVs for sports viewing, Carolina Ale House has tapped into the taste buds of locals and visitors alike. Perhaps the most popular item on a menu loaded with options are the jumbo-sized chicken wings that come with an array of spices, seasonings and sauces."
"Known for their family-friendly sports-themed environment, Carolina Ale House is a great casual restaurant for the whole family to enjoy for both lunch and dinner!. Go enjoy over 60 beers on tap and a menu with delicious options such as their Thai Chicken Bowl, Beer Battered Fish & Chips, and Pretzels with Queso. Does your team have a big game?"
"Aside from the historical museums in the area, Myrtle Beach is also home to several specialty museums that serve more as entertainment attractions than educational spaces. These places are perfect for those more interested in taking selfies with wax figure replicas of famous people, seeing mind-bending displays of strange human achievements, discovering the practical wonders of science, or checking out classic cars. Fun for the whole family, a trip to one or more of these promises an experience that will be talked (and maybe) laughed about for the foreseeable future."
"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."
"We can’t promise you’ll see any celebrities wondering the beach while you’re here, but we can promise you can hang out with plenty of them at the Hollywood Wax Museum!. This exciting attraction is fairly new to the Grand Strand but has quickly become a Myrtle Beach favorite. The hand-sculpted wax figures at this museum are so realistic that guests have reported: “ it was like they were going to speak to you!"