Cruise Highway 17 from Pawleys Island to the North Carolina border, and you may get the impression that locals here subsist on all-you-can-eat pancakes in the morning and all-you-can-eat seafood come sundown. Some do, and there’s a certain joy to a choose-your-own-adventure buffet (we’ve included several here!). But Myrtle Beach also harbors historic family restaurants and relaxed beachside joints that have stood the test of time for generations.
Each spot below earns its place through history, creativity, or sheer spectacle. They’re all about embracing the carefree essence of the Grand Strand, where you can bring your family and dig into anything from kalua pork to tomato pie, beachside.Read More