A week in Myrtle Beach - Good Eats
My husband and I were in Myrtle Beach the first week of March. We had great food. We ate:
Amazing oysters at Drunken Jack's in Murrell's Inlet
Wonderful fried fish for almost nothing and great soup at Ella's in Calabash, NC
A terrific oyster roast at Nance's in Murrell's inlet
Hands down the best she crab soup at Lee's Kitchen in Murrell's Inlet (but the rest of the dinner was just OK)
A wonderful dinner in all respects at Slightly North of Broad (SNOB) in Charleston
Great BBQ Shrimp and grits at the Crab Shack in Charleston
As you can see, we didn't eat in MB. But we would go back, especially in spring before the tourist rush, and use it as a home base for eating, birding, beach walks and golfing adventures. We had a great time! Plus we need to get to Prosser's for BBQ.
My husband and son had a variety of fried shellfish and fish. I had shrimp salad, which was a ginormous mound of iceberg lettuce with some not great shrimp on top. I will say that the homemade dressing was great, if only I had enough room on my plate to toss it in.
The fish was good - not great. No where near as good as the stuff we had up in Calabash, at Ella's.