Widely recognized as one of the most popular vacation spots in the country is South Carolina’s Myrtle Beach. The beach has the sun, sand, world-class golf, and thrilling theme parks. All of that excitement is bound to make you hungry, and we’ve got the scoop on cheap eats in the area. There are a handful of low-cost, highly delicious eateries that will keep you full and happy during your visit.
A fun Myrtle Beach fixture, Wet Willie’s is known for its 20 daiquiri machines doling out colorful “grown-up slushies.” As well as bar bites and a festive atmosphere, strong drinks with clever names like “Attitude Improvement” AND “CALL A CAB” pair well with tasty grub. Choose from cheeseburgers, chicken sandwiches, nachos, and fries … all of which you can enjoy on the open-air patio.
Big Mike’s Soul Food
Fried chicken, collard greens, and field peas are all on the menu at Big Mike’s, a no-frills soul food joint that’s a favorite among locals and visitors alike. Don’t miss the “Blue Plate Special,” which includes your choice of meat, three vegetables, and cornbread.
Johnny D’s Waffles & Bakery
Wacky Waffles are the specialty at Johnny D’s; you’ll find Funfetti, Cinnaroll, Banana Split, and even Bacon varieties. You can also mix sweet and savory with an order of chicken and waffles. If you’re in the mood for something different, they also have a selection of omelets and hearty breakfast plates. Early risers can take advantage of specials from 6:30am-8:30 am.
Eggs Up Grill
Another breakfast hot spot is the Eggs Up Grill, which serves up everything from French toast and breakfast sandwiches to burgers, wraps, and salads until 2 pm each day. Heart-healthy and gluten free options make it an excellent choice for those with dietary restrictions.
If you’re ready to take a trip and get a taste of Myrtle Beach then pick a date and start planning your trip!