Myrtle Beach is famous for its abundance of pancake houses and fine-dining restaurants, but often hidden in between is a diverse selection of lunch options. From the traditional beach burger stands and the old-school mom-and-pop country cafes and from Northern-style delis to Southern soul food, visitors of all walks of life and taste buds can find what they're hungry for in Myrtle Beach.
Of course, the close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean makes seafood a viable lunch option, and the town's Southern roots mean barbecue can't be far away. Mr. Fish, a dinner-time favorite in Myrtle Beach, also serves one of the best-kept secrets in town with a daily fresh catch lunch special. For those more in to "landfood", Prosser's BBQ in Murrells Inlet puts out an amazing spread of barbecue and country-cooking comfort food.
Those with simpler tastes should check out Dagwood's Deli for sandwiches piled higher than the waves at the nearby beach. Just across the street is Mammy's Kitchen, another home-style cooking classic that packs them in for three meals a day. But the lunch buffet will insure that you go back to the beach with a full belly and plenty of energy to make it through another day in paradise.