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Jan 23, 2013 09:53 AM

Myrtle Beach Valentines day weekend

Heading to Myrtle Beach for Valentines day weekend. Haven;t been there in 2 years anything new (reasonably priced) thats not a buffett. Staying in Myrtle hotel oceanfront

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  1. I guess it would depend on reasonable ....

    1. Collector's Cafe on North King's Highway is excellent, and has a beautiful interior, though perhaps a bit on the pricey side. I can't quite remember what the average price of an entree is there, and I don't see prices listed on the website, although they do have their lunch & dinner menus posted. I would encourage you to check out the website and see what you think of the food - I've visited MB every single summer of my life and I def consider this to be one of the finest "fine dining" spots in the area. If you don't want to eat there, you might consider stopping in for a coffee or drink (they're also a coffee bar) and checking out the awesome art hung up around the restaurant.

      For less fancy/pricey but also fun, Villa Romana on S King's Highway has made quite a name for itself as the best local authentic Italian restaurant in MB. It fosters more of a "big Italian family" feel, and as far as I can remember the staff is always very friendly. I've spent more time at Collector's, but I've never heard anything but great things about Villa Romana. Check out their website as well - they also have menus posted.

      1. The good news is it is off season so you can drive to the inlet or Pawleys to eat in no time flat!

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        1. re: LaLa

          ate a few years back in Mureells inlet at Russell's very good we might go back there again

        2. Go to website: You can find a list of some restaurants and their offerings for that special night!

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          1. re: BeachBacchus

            The problem is that any random restaurant can be included on this kind of website, so it doesn't truly help people who want to find really great food. Can you share the names of the restaurants that you think are really good and might help the OP to find something special?

            1. re: Terrie H.

              That is not true...that sight has a very honest owner that lays it out like it is....

              1. re: LaLa

                That's great to know. Most sites of that type are just paid advertising vehicles. Thanks, LaLa.