Myrtle Beach Area Seafood Restaurants

The Grand Strand is Home to the most amazing seafood restaurants in the world!  The World famous "Calabash style" seafood was invented only miles from North Myrtle Beach across the NC/ SC state line in Calabash.  This style of cooking refers to lightly breaded and fried and is usually accompanied with a side of hushpuppies.  Corn meals is used instead of flour to give the seafood a golden brown deliciousness.  Even though many of the restaurants serve fried seafood, you can also find Grilled local seabass, grouper, and red snapper.

 

Are you looking for fresh searfoot off a fishing boat?  Look no further, Crab Catchers in Little River, SC is the place to go.  Little River is the next town north of North Myrtle Beach and offers some of the freshest seafood on the Grand Strand.  Crab Catchers is situated on the Intracoastal Waterway.  You can enjoy your meal on the waterfront deck, or inside the quaint restaurant.  This locally owned restaurant has a very casual atmosphere and specialized in seafood, sandwiches, and don't forget to try the fried corn on the cob!  

 

Sea Merchants is the best place you have never been.  This hidden gem is located in plain site.  Sea Merchants has been in business for over 30 years and has some of the best seafood and steaks in town.  Try the steak au poive, oyster or clams casino, she crab soup, or the grouper parmesan.   

 

Bimini’s Oyster Bar is Spectacular!  Go where the locals go, this place has the freshest shell fish in town!  Looking for a steampot with clams, mussels, shrimp, crab legs, corn on the cob, and huspuppies, look no further.... Biminis is the place.  

 

Rockafellas Raw Bar offers fabulous seafood in a casual atmosphere.  This restaurant offer ample table seating and a large bar with the most comfortable captain chairs to sit in, straight off the boat.  Rockafellas is known for their Infamous steam kettles.  Try Shrimp, scallops, mussels, clams, or a cobination steamed in Old Bay & beer, Wine & Garlic Herb Better, Marinaara, or Fra Diablo.  Each dish can be severed over angel hair or fettuccini. Our favorite, steamed shrimp in wihite wine and garlic severed over angel hair pasta, topped with parmesan and bread for dipping!     

 

 

Who doesn't love a buffett?  Do you want crab legs, your wife wants shrimp, and the kids want chicken tenders?  You can have all of that at one of the many seafood buffets in the area.  Here are a few of our favorites:  Captain Jacks Seafood PrestonsThe Original Benjamin’s Calabash Seafood

 

 Fish markets that fry or steam:

Berry’s Seafood

Eugene Platts Seafood

Boulineau’s Grocery