Myrtle Beach Restaurants

My family is planning to vacation in N. Myrtle Beach around the week of June14. I wondered if the beach is very crowded this time of year? Where are some good seafood restaurants that will not break the budget for a family of five (4 adults, 1 teenager). After speaking to others on the web, I found the answer. Myrtle Beach is great and I'm 12 June this year. The beach can be a little crowded, depending on where you stay, but it will not be horrible. Here are some things to do, including some good restaurants. As for entertainment, restaurants and things like that, some major attractions are NASCAR circuit, Broadway at the Beach, Barefoot Landing, Planet Hollywood, Ripley's Aquarium, Ripley's 4-D Adventure, Atlantis Putt-Putt golf, The Dixie Stampede, and Deep Sea Fishing with Hurricane Fleet, to name a few. In truth, it is fun if you are 4 or 40. You can also go to club Kryptonite (if your old enough) Some awesome places to eat are Benjamin's Calabash Seafood origin, filling station (Pizza), and T-Bones (at Barefoot Landing). Umm you can go to Barefoot Landing and Broadway at the Beach (I go to Barefoot Landing in the day normally, but if you go at night they have a cool little trick carnival). . But do not waste your time going to the mall, it sucks, but there is a place called external world out there and it is really interesting. They have a huge aquarium with small sharks in it and there are shark feedings daiIy. I hope this information has helped you. I've been to Myrtle Beach 13 years in a row, so I know my way pretty well. Have a great trip.

Restaurants in Myrtle Beach Flamingo Grill 7050 North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29572 (843) 449-5388

March 1, 2014