Seafood dinner between Charleston and Myrtle Beach
Hi, apologies if this is already in a thread somewhere but I'm not a great searcher! DH and I will be heading from Charleston to Myrtle Beach late afternoon/evening on Fri Aug 3 and are looking for good seafood on the way. We know of Bistro 217 and Franks. Bistro 217 looks great, but maybe a little upscale for tourists who will be tired from a day of sightseeing in Charleston. Is it as fancy as it looks from the website? Is the food worth the price?
Feedback on both Bistro 217 and Franks very welcome, as are other recommendations for anything from full-service restaurant to out-of-the-way seafood shack.
On Saturday we're planning to hit Scott's BBQ for lunch, but would be happy to have recommendations for breakfast and dinner places in Myrtle Beach. We'd probably prefer something light and low-key for dinner, after Scott's earlier in the day!
Thanks in advance. This will be the first time for both of us to this part of the country (we live in Brooklyn) and we're really looking forward to it!
River Room in Georgetown is very nice. I have always found the best dining in Murrell's Inlet.
Captain Dave's Dockside Restaurant @ 4037 Hwy. 17 Business, Murrells Inlet, SC 843 - 651 - 5850.
Dead Dog Saloon @ 4079 Hwy 17 Business, Murrells Inlet, SC 843 - 651 - 0664.
Divine Fish House @ 3993 Highway 17 Business, Murrells Inlet, SC 843 - 651 - 5800.
Harrelson's Seafood Market @ 4368 Highway 17 Business, Murrells Inlet, SC 843 - 651 - 5707.
Lee's Inlet Kitchen @ 4460 Highway 17, Murrell's Inlet, SC 843 - 651 - 2881.
Nance's Creek Front Restaurant @ 4883 Highway 17, Murrells Inlet, SC 843 - 651 - 2696.
Prossers BBQ @ 3750 U. S. 17, Murrells Inlet, SC. 843 - 357 - 6146.
Russell's Seafood Grill @ 4700 Highway 17, Murrells Inlet, SC 843 - 651 - 0553.
Salt Creek Cafe @ 4660 Highway 17, Murrells Inlet, SC 843 - 357 - 2433.
Spring House Family Restaurant @ 3841 Hwy 17 Bypass, Murrells Inlet, SC 843 - 357 - 2785.
Spud's Waterfront Dining @ 4123 Highway 17 Business, Murrells Inlet, SC 843 - 651- 9987.
Harrelsons no longer prepares food in their business it is a seafood market only now.
Dead Dog is great for a drink and the party atmosphere but the food is eh.
I am not a fan of Nance's
SpringHouse has not been the same since the new people took over...it wouldnt be in my top 50 of places in the Inlet.
I really like Chive Blossom in Pawley's Island. But they don't open for dinner until 5:30 and in August you should definitely have a reservation. Their Southern Bouillabaisse and their crab crepes are both fantastic (and for non-seafood they make a truly amazing Duck Salad.) Others may disagree but I find the food and the ambiance better than Frank's. It does get loud though.
re: Sue in Mt P
Seewee would be great also if you need to find a place closer to charleston.Russell's is a great authentic divish seafood joint thats super casual.Chive Blossom may be my favorite Pawleys Island restaurant right now, wonderful food and casually elegant.
Also,take a five minute detour and have a cocktail at one of the waterfront spots on the boardwalk in Georgetown,such a neat little waterfront.While the take a look at River Rooms menu since its on the boardwalk.
Of course its going to be hot and humid,but it gets hot and humid in Brooklyn! You are going to love Charleston and the SC coast,but remember that good food is hard to find in Myrtle Beach proper.
Scott's...good choice...all they have is BBQ and white bread..but hey, that's enough for them. Skip the chicken..get some pork rinds too if they have any. And get a little extra sauce on the side..and don't forget the white bread. Take out only.
Seewee is a very good option if you need something close to Charleston. And as the others have mentioned, Chive Blossom in Pawleys is an excellent choice. I'd make sure I had a reservation for Chive if going for dinner. Somehow I prefer it for lunch though...
For a decent breakfast in Myrtle Beach proper I'd suggest Croissants Bakery...3751 Grissom Parkway.