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    Burkys Grill: Hamburger Burkys Grill @ 38th

    by WesleyTyler Written Aug 12, 2004

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    An awsome Hamburger, Hot Dog, and Shake.
    Also has salads, chilies, chicken sand., ice cream, soooo good, its a 50's style diner so they clean the table, not a trash can in site!

    Favorite Dish: Hamburger combo, with Sweet Tea

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  • Dixie Stampede: Dinner and a Show

    by Tryla Written Oct 4, 2003

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    Dixie Stampede began as a dream for Dolly Parton. Today, it is one of the most spectacular dinner and shows in Branson, MO; Myrtle Beach, SC; Pigeon Forge, TN, and coming soon to Orlando, FL. With 32 horses, dozens of cast members and seating for 1,000 around a 35,000 square-foot arena at each facility, Dixie Stampede is Dolly Parton's own creation. "I wanted to recreate the family fun of my childhood, when we'd gather for a friendly competition and enjoy a more-than-filling meal," says Dolly Parton. "With the grand entertainment of our horses and performers, along with a delicious meal, Dixie Stampede is the Most Fun Place to eat anywhere."

    Dixie Stampede

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  • Too Many to Mention: Over 1800 Restaurants to Chose From

    by Tryla Written Oct 4, 2003

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    With over 1800 restaurants on the Grand Strand, it's possible to "eat three meals out" every day for almost two years and not visit any one twice! Though not San Francisco (the "restaurant capital of the world") with its many exceptional restaurants, the Myrtle Beach area does offer several venues for fine dining including The Library, Thoroughbreds, Collectors Cafe, The Old Pros Table Restaurant and Golf Museum and others, and some of the freshest and best seafood in the world at modest prices. Calabash on the north end (NC) and Murrells Inlet on the south end are the "seafood capitals" of the Strand. And there's everything in-between, from superb all-you-can-eat seafood buffets especially popular with families with children to themed restaurants like Hard Rock Cafe. International cuisine, too. Reservations are seldom required, but suggested for the most popular restaurants. After the challenge of the course, relax with your foursome or family and enjoy some great dining in Myrtle Beach.

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  • The Farmers Daughter: Eat, Drink, and Be Merry

    by Limanative Written Sep 20, 2003

    This resturant is great! Very expensive considering the set up is buffet style but the food is wonderful. It is very much down home country cooking with the same country charm as far as atmosphere.

    Favorite Dish: All the food was wonderful, but, I especially enjoyed the mashed potatoes and beef gravy!

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    Benjamins Calabash Seafood Buffet: Huge Seafood Buffet! The best!

    by Hlthors Written Aug 27, 2003

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    Excellent food! You can have your own pasta made in front of you or choose from over 170 items, like crab legs, scallops, steaks, etc. We went around 4:30 which was a good time because by the time we left, there were a ton of people coming in. It is $25 a piece and you can get coupons on their website. It is worth the money!!!!!!!

    Favorite Dish: Everything

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    Atlantic Grill: Eating at the Beach

    by Bryfred Updated Aug 5, 2003

    A seafood bistro, with a fairly good selection of fresh seafood. Medium price, with good service. Is kid-friendly early. Parking is limited after 7:00 pm.

    Favorite Dish: The pesto-grouper was good as were teh fresh crab-cakes.

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    Little Pigs BBQ: Delicious Basic BBQ!!

    by 130guy Written Jul 12, 2003

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    When it comes to food, I would always rather quality over ambience and this little spot is right on the money (and doesn't cost much of the same).

    It is a small 'hole in the wall' along the main highway between N Myrtle Beach and Myrtle Beach, sharing parking space with a gas station and a store.

    The restaurant consists of a counter where you order and about 5 tables with metal chairs, comfortable enough to 'get it in ya', and served up by the family owning it with typical southern charm. The main staple is southern 'pulled pork' and I could eat it all day, perfectly tangy, with a hint of smokiness. Side dishes also follow the same southern vein, and you can get beans, corn, fires, rings, etc.

    Favorite Dish: Pulled pork sandwich - no question about it!!

    My favorite pigs!
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    Little Pigs BBQ: Delicious Basic BBQ!!

    by 130guy Written Jul 12, 2003

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    When it comes to food, I would always rather go for quality over ambience and this little spot is right on the money (and doesn't cost much of the same).

    It is a small 'hole in the wall' along the main highway between N Myrtle Beach and Myrtle Beach, sharing parking space with a gas station and a store.

    The restaurant consists of a counter where you order and about 5 tables with metal chairs, comfortable enough to 'get it in ya', and served up by the family owning it with typical southern charm. The main staple is southern 'pulled pork' and I could eat it all day, perfectly tangy, with a hint of smokiness. Side dishes also follow the same southern vein, and you can get beans, corn, fires, rings, etc.

    Favorite Dish: Pulled pork sandwich - no question about it!!

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  • There is an absurd amount of...

    by chasman Updated Aug 26, 2002

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    There is an absurd amount of restaurants here. You name it - they have a place for it in Myrtle Beach: Soul Food, Seafood, Chains, Steaks, Ethnic, BBQ, Vegetarian - there is even a restaurant dedicatred to FONDUE here. Fine Dining and Casual Dining abounds.
    Southern charm, beautifully designed places to eat are the standard here.

    Favorite Dish: You must try the Seafood in a destination like Myrtle Beach. Here there is a particular 'style' of Southern 'Low-Country' seafood called Calabash. Give it a try! Also, The Carolinas are famous for their BBQ and Myrtle Beach is no exception. 'Mr. Pitt' in Myrtle Beach boasts some award winning chow that you must try!

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  • There are over 1600...

    by SandyToes Updated Aug 26, 2002

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    There are over 1600 restaurants and in my 6 trips to MB I've been to quite a few. Pier 14 stands out from the rest as does NY Prime.
    NY Prime is pricey, not overly fancy, but the quality of the food and the service is exceptional. Well worth a visit.
    Pier 14 is on a pier (duh) and there's a nice view of the ocean.

    Favorite Dish: Always steak. NY Prime has the best steaks on the planet! My husband is a seafood lover.

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    river city cafe: burgers and beer

    by doug48 Written Nov 16, 2010

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    the river city cafe is a great lunch spot in murrell's inlet. great hambergers and typical american fare. a fun place to eat and drink in murrell's inlet.

    Favorite Dish: burgers

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    bovines: steak

    by doug48 Updated Nov 16, 2010

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    bovines is a very good steakhouse in murrell's inlet. they offer steak, seafood, and gourmet pizzas. a great place to have a steak in the myrtle beach area.

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    New York Pizza: NYC Pizza in the South!

    by HotSpotJ Written Sep 16, 2005

    This was one GREAT slice of Pizza... the crust is the key...stop in if you are out walking on the strip

    New York Pizza
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