This laid-back, friendly restaurant and bar features live bands several nights a week and also offers great crab cakes, hickory-smoked barbecue and pizza. With a large outdoor seating area and stage nestled under a canopy of live oak trees and Spanish moss, this lowcountry eatery provides the perfect place to relax outside and take in some sights and sounds of live music in a festive atmosphere. Located behind the Pawleys Island Hammock Shops, "the PIT" is the perfect place to take a break from a full day of shopping and sip on a few cold ones while watching the sun go down.
The Murrells Inlet Marsha Walk is where you will find Wahoo's Raw Bar & Marina. Overlooking the very waters where your dinner came from, likely just hours before your arrival, this waterfront eatery is always on island time, thanks to its open-air tiki bar and band stage. Choose from all types of fresh seafood, including lobster, flounder, snapper and shrimp prepared however you like. As for the perfect recipe to "chill" at dusk, just kick back on the deck with one of their signature frozen cocktails and enjoy live music while the fishing boats return to port for the night.
Damon's specializes in ribs - big, meaty ribs char-grilled and slathered in a tantalizing sauce. Not a fan of ribs? Well, Damon's obliges, with a well-rounded menu of prime rib, steaks, barbecued chicken, juicy burgers and tasty salads. Even the kids menu will satisfy the pickiest little eaters this side of the Mississippi, with corn dogs, popcorn shrimp, and chicken fingers among the favorites. A great oceanfront location outdoor seating make for a sublime experience any time, and take out is available all day. Take a break from the beach and sip a cold one on the deck with a rack of ribs.
*Closed until next season.* Drop into Mako's Oceanfront Bar and Grill for good times and great food. The restaurant is a neighborhood favorite, and offers a casual, friendly dining atmosphere that you and your friends are sure to enjoy. Mako's Oceanfront Bar and Grill also features a friendly, professional staff of great people, who will make sure you enjoy your visit and that Mako's Oceanfront Bar and Grill lives up to its reputation for pleasant dining and superb cuisine. The menu offers an inspired array of selections that is sure to satisfy everyone in your group, every time. Whether you're in the mood for casual dining or a special occasion, Mako's Oceanfront Bar and Grill is sure to please.
Dudley the dog may be dead and gone, but his saloon is still going strong! This Murrells Inlet institution burned to the ground last summer but was rebuilt bigger and better than ever, especially the large outdoor deck overlooking the inlet. Dead Dog Saloon delivers a tasty array of fresh seafood, steaks, burgers and pasta dishes. Without doubt, though, the place's chief asset is its awesome deck, which offers great views of the water and even a few hammocks for lazing with a cold one. Dead Dog is famous for its seafood platters, featuring fresh catches grilled, blackened or fried.
Comfortable and friendly, Liberty offers outdoor dining on both the back porch overlooking Lake Broadway and the front porch with great views for people-watching. Liberty is famous for two of America's favorite things: beer and beef, both of which they do extremely well. Beers are crafted right on the premises, in Myrtle Beach's largest brewery; try the Rockets' Red Ale, Miss Liberty Lager or a full-bodied Oatmeal Stout. Steaks are char-grilled, topped with fried onions, and accompanied by a salad and your choice of potato. There are other tasty options as well, such as fish and chips, awesome burgers and a fabulous spicy chicken and shrimp sandwich.
Ocean views, frozen concoctions, live music and great food. Sounds all too perfect doesn't it? Well Bummz Beach Cafe offers this and more in a family-friendly, 1930's beach house setting. Sip on a cocktail while lounging on beach chairs out back, or get your grub on via a host of tasty burgers, sandwiches and salads. Bummed out? Cure your blues with the Bummz Burger, which is loaded with bacon, cole slaw, mushrooms and two kinds of cheese. Another popular dish is the Chicken Philly, made with melted cheese, onions, peppers and sliced chicken breast piled high on a hoagie roll.
This award-winning restaurant features an excellent combination of food and scenery. Located in the new Grande Dunes Marina, guests can relax on the deck and watch the boats sail up and down the Waterway while enjoying some of the best dining on the Grand Strand. Live music is occasionally held on the outdoor patio and happy hour is a popular time to visit for locals. The food is off the hook, featuring creative seafood dishes that keep people coming back for seconds after the awesome views of the Intracoastal Waterway brings them in for their first Waterscapes experience. Reservations are recommended.
What a view! 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. Kids can opt for fried fish, shrimp, chicken fingers, or spaghetti.
Frank's Out Back, literally a separate restaurant behind the original, puts a new spin on fine dining in the great outdoors. A canopy and giant live oaks draped with Spanish moss serve as the roof at this establishment, which also features a water fountain and a fireplace for the chillier months. Like the main restaurant, the Out Back's menu features similarly creative cuisine with a Southern seafood emphasis. Experience Southern coastal classics like the shrimp and grits or the cornbread-encrusted grouper. Frank's also is known to feature live jazz music under the stars for one of the most romantic dining settings on the Grand Strand.