Let’s face it, one of the best parts of vacation is the food, and Myrtle Beach has no shortage when it comes to good eats! Located just a few miles north from The Coral Beach Resort, one of our favorite places with tons of restaurants is Broadway at the Beach. Whether you’re in the mood for seafood or burgers, milkshakes or sushi, Broadway at the Beach restaurants have a great selection (there are over 20 different restaurants) so, you will have no problem finding a place to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters! Aside from the awesome restaurants, Broadway at the Beach also has shopping, attractions, and entertainment so you will have lots to do before or after you eat, you can even make a day of it! One thing we can guarantee is that you will never go hungry while spending time at Broadway at the Beach. We’ve made a list of the best restaurants at Broadway at the Beach, to make your decision on where to eat less overwhelming.
1. Joe’s Crab Shack
Joe’s Crab Shack has been around since 1991, so they know a thing or two about delivering great seafood. From crab buckets to steam pots, you’ll love the awesome food and atmosphere. Our favorite menu item? The East Coast Platter. So strap on your bib and order away. Let’s be honest, you can’t visit the coast and not indulge in seafood at least once! Call 843-626-4490 for reservations and more information.
2. Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville
If you are looking for an upbeat environment that’s just as fun for you as it is for your kids, Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville is your place! This restaurant contains a “boat-load” of character and the island-inspired food never disappoints. We highly recommend the Volcano Nachos and the famous Cheeseburger in Paradise. No matter what you choose, it’ll all pair great with one of their 10 margaritas on the menu. Enjoy your meal in paradise…but watch out for the hurricane! Call 843-448-5455 for reservations and more information.
3. Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen
Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen is a family style dining experience. From fried chicken to collards, pot roast to mac and cheese, the southern cuisine reminds you of grandma’s cooking while views of Lake Broadway are the perfect dining addition. The portions are “all you can eat” family style so when you finish a plate of one item, they’ll bring you out another (and another, and another)! Don’t forget to stop at the gift store on your way out to pick up cookware, books, recipe mixes and more. When you eat at Paula Deen’s, you better come hungry! Call 843-945-1072 for more information.
For more Myrtle Beach restaurant ideas, check out Myrtle Beach Restaurants: Sports Bar & Grill Edition!