Myrtle Beach Restaurants
Myrtle Beach is known for its fun and quirky waterfront dining, so there’s no shortage of honeymoon breakfast, lunch and dinner options featuring great views, fresh food and huge fun. Couples seeking intimate dining won’t be disappointed either, as Myrtle Beach restaurants offer everything from boisterous supper celebrations to restaurants with private booths, where you’ll draw the shades and feel like the only two lovers on earth. Deeper into the night many restaurants in Myrtle Beach switch gears, introducing live music acts and a nightclub atmosphere between their walls. Honeymooners, come for the dinner and stay for the party!
- Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville. Set aboard a docked boat, the bootie on this ship includes a super-fun atmosphere, famous margaritas and simple fare cooked fresh to order. Have a meal and cocktails at mid-day overlooking the water, or wait ’till night falls and see the ship turn into a hip, swinging nightclub. Get ready to shake to the beat and shuffle honeymoon feet, because Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville restaurant is number one for relaxed food and night-time fun on your Myrtle Beach honeymoon.
- Creek Ratz. Get a seat by the water and enjoy fresh seafood and pub fare at this delightful restaurant on the water with a warm, cozy atmosphere. Inside couples will find live music, rustic nautical furnishings and a roaring fireplace. Outside, seating on the raised deck gives couples calming and romantic views of the blue and beautiful Murrell’s Inlet.
- Johnny Rocket’s. Take your honeymoon to simpler times with a meal at the 50′s malt shop-themed Johnny Rocket’s restaurant. It’s all-American dining in a fun, unique atmosphere to make you feel like you’re kids on a first date with the best-looking guy or gal in school. Serving up fare like great burgers and shakes, all served by waitstaff in old-fashioned soda jerk outfits, honeymooners looking for fun and relaxation can’t go wrong. The shakes don’t cost a quarter anymore, but Johnny Rocket’s puts couples into the bliss of pure Americana – A lover’s escape from the hustle and bustle of today to the romantic age our parents and grandparents used to tell us about.
- Nacho Hippo. It’s laid back dining where the fun never stops…Nacho Hippo serves up great Tex-Mex food in huge portions, margaritas as big as your head, vibrant décor and tons of live music in a super-fun and casual setting.
- Castano’s Italian Steakhouse. Dine over wine and the sounds of Frank Sinatra while taking in the view of the lake. Choose from a covered patio, a private booth, or an indoor window table and soak in the waterfront views. Castano’s vibrant dining room is bright with huge windows, but for the ultimate in privacy, reserve an elegant booth for two and close the shades, shutting you off from the dining room and letting you flirt in total privacy. Huge plasma TV screens and a full bar top it all off, but the private booths and views alone make Castano’s Italian Steakhouse easily one of the most romantic restaurants in Myrtle Beach.
- The Bowery. Just steps from the ocean, this award-winning restaurant and historic landmark serves honeymooners classic American fare, cocktail pitchers and “Dixieland Delights” with live music and dancing daily. It’s where country-rock group Alabama got their start, and this famously-fun bar, restaurant and club brings newlyweds great food, great drink and a merry down-home vibe that’s tough to beat.