You've been there before: A romantic dinner for two at a fancy restaurant only to end up seated next to a family of five with small children clamoring for chicken nuggets and ice cream. It can happen to anyone anywhere, but especially when you're on vacation and unfamiliar with the local restaurant scene.
But fear not, Myrtle Beach visitors. 10 Best has done its homework and has compiled a list of 10 can't-miss restaurant for a romantic evening out. These fine-dining establishments not only deliver a delicious meal but also a tranquil atmosphere. Whether it's an ocean view or a quiet visit to the countryside, these restaurants have the recipe for a nice night out for couples.
Upscale restaurants like Collectors Cafe and Croissants offer fine-dining in the heart of Myrtle Beach, while SeaBlue and Greg Norman's are great selections in North Myrtle Beach. But some of the best spots for a romantic meal are a bit harder to find - like Frank's and Nosh in Pawleys Island and Bistro 90 and the Brentwood in rural Longs.
Vintage Twelve and Waterscapes offers excellent views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway, respectively, and all have extensive wine lists and renowned menus to make your date special.