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Father’s Day in Myrtle Beach - Best Places To Eat

By Ocean Creek

Father’s Day is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate than with a Myrtle Beach vacation? Whether you are staying for a few days or for an entire week, Myrtle Beach offers plenty of dining opportunities for you to spoil your Dad with a great, home-cooked meal. The culinary variety of the Grand Strand offers a plethora of options ranging from deep-south soul food to the freshest seafood imaginable. Visitors can keep it casual or can splurge on a world class meal. Check out some Myrtle Beach area restaurants that Dad is sure to love:

BBQ: If Dad is a BBQ fan, take him down to Murrells Inlet and feast upon what is consistently a favorite among locals and visitors alike – Prosser’s Bar-B-Que. Described by many as “great, down home, southern cooking”, Prosser’s takes the cake for serving fall off the bone tender meats with family recipe sides and sauces. Other notable area BBQ joints include Big KT’s Barbecue Shack in North Myrtle Beach, Hog Heaven, in Pawley’s Island, and Little Pigs BBQ, in Myrtle Beach.

Italian: Tantalize your taste buds with authentic Tuscan flavors at Ciao. Appreciators of true Italian cuisine will feel right at home at this bistro style restaurant that offers a variety of palette pleasers. Enjoy homemade pasta dishes, succulent seafood, and scratch made sauces. Favorites include the shrimp and polenta appetizer, spinach and walnut ravioli, and zuppa di pesce. Other Italian favorites include Villa Romana, Benny Rappa’s Trattoria, and Travina Italian Kitchen.

Steak: You are in luck if Dad happens to be a steak lover because the Myrtle Beach area offers no shortage of phenomenal steakhouses. Aspen Grille offers a more adult atmosphere with live jazz and an extensive wine menu. Head south to enjoy steak with a view at Bovine’s Woodfired Specialties, located on the Marsh Walk in Murrells Inlet or dine al fresco at Frank’s Outback in Pawley’s Island. If you are on the north end, check out Greg Norman’s Australian Grille where guests can enjoy prime steaks with views of the picturesque Intracoastal Waterway.

Seafood: Without a doubt, the best area seafood can be found right up the road in Murrells Inlet. Known for being the Seafood Capital of the state, this quaint seaside town boasts a booming Marsh Walk area that is home to eight unique restaurants. Located directly along the inlet with a waterfront boardwalk, guests can enjoy a variety of fresh seafood options ranging from local dolphin or wahoo to gourmet sushi rolls. On the North end, Flying Fish Public Market & Grill offers another great seafood option. Guests can indulge on fresh catches of the day, handmade sushi rolls, and made from scratch gourmet sides.

Craft Beer: What Dad wouldn’t love to relax with a cold, frosty pint of craft beer? Whether your Dad is a beer aficionado or neophyte – Myrtle Beach offers a plethora of restaurants that combine great grub with an extensive craft beer selection. Liberty Tap room boasts an eclectic variety of beers paired with a unique menu. Offerings range from roasted chicken nachos, handmade pizzas, and their famous burgers to a fresh oyster bar. International Café offers a “Chicago flair” with bratwurst and small batch brews as house specialties. Other craft beer hot spots are Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant, Bumstead’s Pub, and Quigley’s Pint and Plate.

Dining With a View: Treat Dad to dinner with a view at one of Myrtle Beach’s oceanfront restaurants! PierHouse Restaurant is the ultimate dining destination for those seeking a view. Located on the 2nd avenue pier, this restaurant is elevated and offers an open air bar area on top for killer views of the Atlantic. Filet’s, on the North end, offers fine dining with breathtaking views of the Intcoastal Waterway. And, of course, head south to Marsh Walk and enjoy your choice of eight fantastic restaurants that are all situated along the inlet and connected by an oceanfront boardwalk.

These are just a few of the many mouthwatering restaurants that Myrtle Beach has to offer. Did your favorite make the list? Let us know what you are doing this Father’s Day and don’t forget to check out Ocean’s Creek on-site dining for even more Father’s Day dining options.

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