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Myrtle Beach Area Restaurants for Good Food and Unique Atmosphere

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Photo of Gulfstream Café in Garden City, South Carolina

Gulfstream Café in Garden City, South Carolina (More Information)

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With more than 1,700 full service restaurants in the Myrtle Beach area, dining options abound with choices ranging from national chains and hotel dining to traditional locally owned establishments. From Lowcountry specialties and just-caught seafood to other regional and international flavors, coastal Carolina cuisine is one of the things that many visitors enjoy most about a visit to the area.

If you are looking for somewhere special to dine that is a bit out of the ordinary, offering both good food and unique ambiance, there are several restaurants along the Grand Strand to consider from Little River to historic Georgetown, including:
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  • An early 1900s Historic Landmark Building set amid ancient live oaks...Read More
  • A National Historic Landmark rice plantation...Read More
  • An early 1900s bank building with river views...Read More
  • The only Grand Strand restaurant with views of both the Atlantic Ocean and scenic Murrells Inlet...Read More
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