Are you the kind of person who assumes a place must stay open late?
Especially restaurants? You’re not alone! Fun can run into the wee hours on vacation, bringing considerable hunger. Luckily, there are plenty of places you can stop at in Myrtle Beach to nourish your soul late at night.
Here’s where to roll up for a second (or third?) dinner on the Grand Strand.
One visit and this place will become your favorite for late-night munchies. Calli Baker’s is a modest establishment with a pub menu and patio. The menu carries a local twist, accompanied by craft beer and creative cocktails.
TRY THIS: Chicken Philly. It’s just one in a tasty lineup that includes Stuffed Banana Peppers and the Bacon Black & Blue Burger.
Make that late-night meal count! Grab a brew and pub grub at this beach-inspired casual joint, complete with an outdoor deck and sports on TV. Enjoy the jovial vibes, Loaded Nachos, Fried Bologna sandwiches, and more.
TRY THIS: The Fried Shrimp Basket has a delicious array of sauces. Try barbecue, hot, mild, parmesan, teriyaki, or Thai chili sauce.
Add one stop to your day of fun on the Grand Strand: Harry The Hats. This joint serves burgers and wings, with darts, foosball, and darts for distractions. Check out the daily specials on Harry’s website.
TRY THIS: Maryland Style Crab Dip. It’s served with parmesan pita chips. To drink? A Mudslide. At Harry’s, they say a Mudslide a Day keeps the stress away.
Inject some authentic cuisine into your shenanigans. This cozy, friendly neighborhood bar has you covered for pasta, pizza, and sandwiches. What’s not to love about a friendly place with delicious food and cold drinks?
TRY THIS: Homemade Lasagna. It’s filled with sausage, beef, mozzarella, and ricotta. It comes with a house salad and garlic toast!
960 Lake Arrowhead Road #551 | (843) 839-9190
Is your tummy on a different timetable? Time for tacos and tequila, with a fiesta state of mind. You’re in for a wonderful experience among friendly folks and a super staff. Enjoy a diverse menu in a clean, festive setting.
TRY THIS: Start with Platanos Fritos and Aztec Soup. Lead right into Loaded Fajitas or a Fiesta Chicken Bowl. Fiesta Grilled Quesadillas are also a hit.
It’s a vacation sensation here on the Grand Strand! So many vacationers call Grande Cayman Resort their favorite stop in Myrtle Beach. Once you arrive, you’ll see why: the amenities and ocean access beckon you to sit back and relax. Warning: You’ll have a hard time admitting it’s time to check out!