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Old 09-08-2015, 11:53 AM
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Hey y'all I'm out here in Myrtle Beach for the next coulple nights... Can someone point me in the direction of the best local dinner joints? I'm staying at the Caribbean Resort. Thanks!
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I like Thoroughbreds for steaks and salads. Barefoot Landing has a few good ones. Red Lobster is at the outlet center and near the airport.

Chucks Steakhouse is also good.
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Red Lobster? Really.. Why not just go to burger king
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Seems like I always wind up driving up to Calabash and eating at one of the waterfront restaurants; usually Dockside.
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Joe's Bar and Grill, Collectors Café
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Been awhile since I've eaten there; but the Islamorada Fish Company Restaurant at Bass Pro was outstanding.
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Greg Norman's is always good and for a solid steak and seafood place, it's hard to beat Chestnut Hill
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Old 09-08-2015, 12:38 PM
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Originally Posted by captainmarknc View Post
I like Thoroughbreds for steaks and salads. Barefoot Landing has a few good ones. Red Lobster is at the outlet center and near the airport.

Chucks Steakhouse is also good.
You had me right up until you mentioned Red Lobster!!! Being the son of a commercial fisherman, I'd starve before I gave money to that establishment! ...imported seafood... I'll give the others you mentioned a look over tho...thanks!

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Look at Midtown Bistro.. my absolute favorite. Chef there is commercial diver and fisherman and is loaded with grouper and tile fish right now.. thank me later...

http://midtownbistro.com/
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Big E's out on Highway 9 towards Loris has a good fried seafood platter. Order the small sized one cause you can't eat the big one.
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You won't find a better place than NY Prime. Get the Lobster for sure.
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Thornys has very good prime rib. I usally get two . Then I help my wife finish hers
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Chianti South in Little River if you want some outstanding Italian food.
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Having lived in Georgetown and doing vacations at Pawley's, I'd drive down to Murrells Inlet and have an oyster roast at Drunken Jacks. This is an "R Month", isn't it? You can't beat those creek oysters.
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Murrells Inlet oysters for sure!!!! Yamatos Japenese Resturant in Broadway is killer!!!!
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Originally Posted by lumberman View Post
Look at Midtown Bistro.. my absolute favorite. Chef there is commercial diver and fisherman and is loaded with grouper and tile fish right now.. thank me later...

http://midtownbistro.com/
Decided to go with Midtown Bistro for dinner... Very nice place, great service and food was excellent! Only thing I would recommend is reservations! Yes even on a Tuesday night they were booked up. This made me want to wait even more though... They were able to put some tables together to accommodate our party of four beside the bar in short order. First class folks for sure! Thanks for the recommendation!
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Go to fire and smoke. Hands down one of the best places in Myrtle. Almost 5 stars 200 reviews on Yelp. I've been there 3 times now.
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When I lived in Georgetown, we frequented Frank's often...haven't been in years, though. It is in the PI area, though.
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Originally Posted by rdufren View Post
Decided to go with Midtown Bistro for dinner... Very nice place, great service and food was excellent! Only thing I would recommend is reservations! Yes even on a Tuesday night they were booked up. This made me want to wait even more though... They were able to put some tables together to accommodate our party of four beside the bar in short order. First class folks for sure! Thanks for the recommendation!
Sorry - I should have told you to make reservations.. my fault , but I always recommend this place and they are 1st class local restaurant and the food is awesome. Glad you enjoyed it!
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