Nothing beats great food in the great outdoors, and Myrtle Beach has you covered when it comes to uncovered dining. Whether you are looking for scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean to the east or lovely vistas of sunsets to the west, the Grand Strand has all the angles on excellent dining opportunities under the sun and stars.
Fine dining without walls and a roof may be hard to find in some cities, but places like Frank's Outback in Pawleys Island offer upscale in a romantic outdoor setting. Oceanfront seating is in even greater supply, especially in the downtown Myrtle Beach district. Places like Damon's Oceanfront allow diners to soak up some sun and salt air in a casual and festive atmosphere.
But there's more scenery than just ocean views in Myrtle Beach, including the Intracoastal Waterway that cuts through across the Grand Strand. Waterfront dining at such restaurants as the Gulfstream Cafe in Garden City Beach give guests spectacular views of the coastal rivers and sunsets.
Murrells Inlet, about 15 miles south of Myrtle Beach, may be the outdoor dining capital of the Grand Strand with a row of waterfront cafes along the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk that offers some nice dockside dining.
Millions come to Myrtle Beach for the excellent weather. Why not enjoy it with a great meal?