We are asked all the time about Fine Dining North Myrtle Beach. Where are the best places to eat in NMB? Who has the best steak? Who has the best seafood? Members of our staff have tried most of the top restaurants in the area and offer these locations in NMB for your consideration. If you try them, come back to our website and let us know what you think. If you have favorites not listed, please tell us what your favorite restaurant is at the beach in the comments at the bottom of this page or use our contact form and tell us what needs to be listed.
Little River Restaurants
Clark’s Seafood and Chop House
This place is just across the big bridge on 17 in Little River. It offers a great view of the Coquina Harbor. They have a great selection of steaks and seafood. We love the salad with grilled salmon at lunch time. If you are looking for a good place to go, try Clark’s in Little River.
If you are looking for an experience in a setting not typical of most restaurants in the area, check out the Brentwood in Little River. It is on the left-hand side of the road travelling north on 17. It is an old house converted into a restaurant. Chef Eric Masson has a pretty expansive wine collection with many of the dishes paired with his choice of wine.
This is another restaurant located in Little River across the big bridge. Head North and look for Parson’s Table on the right-hand side of the road before you get to Mineola Drive. It is an old church building. Reservations are definitely recommended to plan ahead. They are not open every day and tend to close earlier than other places in the area.
Restaurants – Cherry Grove/Ocean Drive
Carrabba’s Italian Grill
Yes this is a chain, but it is one of our favorite places for filets and Italian dishes. Our office loves to meet at Carraba’s for company parties. If you have a larger group, the bar area is great for groups looking to enjoy drinks and appetizers.
Filet’s on the Waterfront
Great Views of the ICW. Check out Filet’s for steaks, seafood and SUSHI. Located near the swing bridge in Cherry Grove. This is another local’s favorite that you should check out if you haven’t already.
The Grille House
Just off 2nd Avenue North, you will find another local’s favorite. The Grill House offers traditional dishes, several different cuts of steaks as well as seafood specials.
Yes Bonefish Grille is another chain restaurant, but we love this place for seafood. The bang bang shrimp are one of our favorite appetizers at the beach. Many places try to copy, but we find them best at Bonefish. They have a great selection of steak and seafood entrees.
Don’t let the casual atmosphere fool ya. Hoskins has one of the best Seafood Platters at the beach. You will probably see a line most every day. There is a reason locals and visitors choose Hoskins for Breakfast Lunch and Dinner. We love Hoskins on Main Street.
Restaurants – Windy Hill/Barefoot Landing
Joe’s Bar & Grill
Head south on 17 to Windy Hill section of NMB and find Joe’s Bar & Grill across from Barefoot Landing. This has been a local’s favorite for years. You can’t go wrong with any of the steaks or seafood dishes. Ask your server about the Raccoon Run out back.
Greg Norman’s Australian Grill
This is one of the many restaurants located in Barefoot Landing. You will probably see a group of golfers if you visit Greg Norman’s just about anytime of the year. Many of the local courses recommend it as one of the best.
Your favorites for Fine Dining North Myrtle Beach
Do you have a favorite on this list above or a comment about one of these places to eat in North Myrtle Beach area? We would love to hear from you in the comments below.