Grand Strand Restaurants

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Grand Strand Restaurant Reviews

Pizza Romano

The word pizza might be in the restaurant’s title, but pizza is almost an afterthought when looking at the tremendous variety of items on the menu. more >>

Pier House

The view is the first thing that strikes the customer as he or she either walks up the long ramp more >>

Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville

You know you’re getting close to Margaritaville when you hear the sounds of Jimmy Buffett’s music wafting through the air more >>

Kono Asian Grille

Anyone who has visited an upscale restaurant in Japan knows the aura of polished woods and soft lighting. more >>

Ho Wah Restaurant

Probably the best clue as to the quality of food at Myrtle Beach’s Ho Wah restaurant is that so many staffers from the many nearby hotels go there to both eat in and take out. more >>

The Original Benjamin's Calabash Restaurant

A lot of all-you-can-east restaurants on the Grand Strand try to claim they have the largest buffet or the best recipes more >>

Cypress Room Restaurant

The reputation for quality food at the Cypress Room Restaurant on Ocean Boulevard  in Myrtle Beach is not something that was recently won. more >>

The name Giant Crab suggests seafood, but it’s far more than that

The huge crab that hangs over the entrance to the Giant Crab Restaurant in Myrtle Beach only suggests the huge variety of seafood and other offerings to be found inside. more >>

Brand new House of Blues menu features creations by celebrity chef Aaron Sanchez

The rumors that have been flying in recent months about changes at the House of Blues are now real news... more >>

Planet Hollywood stars great food as well as screen memorabilia

The big blue ball-shaped planet sitting on the ground next to Myrtle Beach’s Highway 17 Bypass is about as eye-catching as you can get, but it is what’s inside... more >>

Drunken Jacks is a Murrells Inlet dining institution

Even if Drunken Jacks Restaurant on the main drag through Murrells Inlet didn’t have spectacular views of the Inlet marsh and distant ocean front... more >>

Creek Ratz keeps the seafood tradition alive in Murrells Inlet

The origin of the Creek Ratz name is fascinating. It stands for young kids who love to play around in the marshes of Murrells Inlet... more >>

 

 

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