Restaurant of the Month
Tupelo Honey Café
3042 Howard Ave.
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Fine dining is made comfortable with a taste of the South at Tupelo Honey Café, the newest restaurant to open in The Market Common.
Serving brunch, lunch and dinner the restaurant sits on Howard Ave. next to King Street Grille in the space formerly occupied by Tommy Bahama.
Executive Chef Brian Sonoskus is the menu’s creator and has been with the restaurant since it first opened in Asheville, N.C. in 2000. You’ll find southern comfort food that’s scratch-made with fresh ingredients.
Craft beers, many from the Carolinas including Myrtle Beach’s own New South Brewery, are featured on the bar menu alongside jazzed up Bloody Marys. Or look for all-natural, hand-made sodas or checkout Tupelo Honey’s signature house-made drinks: a raspberry-peach lemonade and sparkling blueberry punch.
With prices between $10 and $30, the large menu has something for all ages and all tastes. Shrimp and grits and signature sweet potato pancakes are among Tupelo Honey’s most popular dishes.
The restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating and reservations are accepted.