A family can spend a lot of money on vacation by dining out for three meals a day. Between the food, drinks, dessert and tip for a family of four, the vacation budget takes a beating. That's why more and more visitors are taking advantage of take out at Myrtle Beach-area restaurants. It's a great way to cut down on cost, as well as enjoy the convenience, time-savings and flexibility of dining back in the hotel room or enjoy a picnic lunch on the beach. More and more restaurants are feeding into the to-go trend, offering drive-through windows or carry-out parking and curb service for those looking to get good grub on the go. Now families don't have to decide between pizza or Chinese when ordering take out thanks to the addition non-traditional to-go eateries. Myrtle Beach visitors can choose between home-cooking, such as Magnolia's at 26th and K&W Cafeteria, as well as breakfast, barbecue and Italian cuisine. Of course, you can still go for pizza from a place like the popular Michael's Pizza and Pasta, or Chinese from the Asian-American fusion kitchen of Hot Wing Express. Be sure to pick up plenty of extra sauces, napkins, plasticware and plates to cut down on the clean up.