When you're looking for ambiance as much as food, satisfying restaurants can be hard to come by. After all, you want the whole package, not just a suitable meal. Fortunately, Myrtle Beach delivers in spades. The city promises a superb selection of restaurants to sate your desire for waterfront dining. These places take care of the details, making you feel welcomed, plying you with wonderful dishes, and sending you on your way with an experience you won't soon forget. For a hint of the quality and a rare westward facing sunset view, try the Gulfstream Cafe, in Garden City Beach, which features indoor and outdoor vistas over Murrells Inlet. The Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk offers several of the top waterfront options, such as the Divine Fish House, Drunken Jack's and the legendary Dead Dog Saloon. The north end of the Grand Strand also has its claim to seafood claim with Capt. Nance's , featuring Calabash-style seafood named after the fishing village that invented it. And for those who love a nice ocean view but not necessarily seafood, Damon's Oceanfront in downtown Myrtle Beach serves up the best ribs in town, and the world-famous Sea Captain's House epitomizes great waterfront dining in Myrtle Beach.