Savor the Flavor of the Grand Strand
n the musical Oli- ver, the dining song was a showstopper.
“Food, food, glorious food.” It’s a quote that your group will ap- ply to the endless options in the Myrtle Beach area. Part of the fun in exploring
the Grand Strand’s 60 miles of beaches is sampling the many restaurants that line its shores and waterways. Dining here is more than just another ho-hum meal—options range from themed restaurants and dinner shows to Coastal Carolina cui- sines and plenty of fresh seafood. Order the catch of the day at
numerous area seafood restaurants, many offering spectacular water- front views. Whether you want your fish fried or grilled, boiled or baked, the options are endless for tasting the ocean’s bounty. Enjoy delicious cuisine from a variety of Myrtle Beach area
You can even travel the globe without ever leaving the beach. When it comes to international flair, Myrtle Beach area res- taurants offer a wide selection, from Italian to German to Thai and Caribbean. With approximately 1,700
restaurants. The Myrtle Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau can supply you a selec- tion of the area’s most incredible eateries—from mouthwatering seafood and steaks to scrump- tious pastries and coffee. After an afternoon at the
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beach, enjoy a lunch at an oceanfront cafe where you can relax while taking in the ocean’s
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natural splendor. In the evening, sophisticated palettes will take pleasure in the gourmet dining available, while casual diners can enjoy steak houses and buffets. Want a trendy tapas bar,
where half the fun is in the sharing? How about a hip sushi joint, upscale steakhouse or cozy bistro with Lowcountry special- ties such as shrimp and grits?
full-service restaurants waiting to serve you, the choices are endless! The Myrtle Beach area is famous for fabulous fresh sea- food served up every way under the sun. Of course, seafood isn’t the only fare in town—by any means. You’ll find scrumptious, perfectly seasoned steaks, ribs, chicken, and chops. If you’re in the mood for Italian or Japanese, or Mexican or Chinese or Greek, or just about any cuisine—we’ve got you covered there, too!
For more information on group travel and dining options in Myrtle Beach, call Sandy Haines, Group Sales Manager, Myrtle Beach Area CVB, at 800-488-8998. Visit the Web at www.MyrtleBeachGroups.com
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