Myrtle Beach has many great attractions that lure travelers from all over the world, but one that stands above the rest as the season changes is the fabulous fall dining. The heat has gone away, and now it’s the perfect time to enjoy a meal from an open-air wood burning grill overlooking the Intracoastal or relax with a refreshing beverage on a Paddock Porch. Either way, you can’t go wrong as this is only the beginning of great dining in Myrtle Beach. Here are the Top 5 North Myrtle Beach restaurants for fall dining.
Greg Norman’s Australian Grille
Straight from the country from Down Under, Greg Norman’s brings an exotic flavor to the Grand Strand. The Australian inspired cuisines will have your taste buds tingling as they introduce Australian rock lobster tail, cast seared filet of Mahi-Mahi and so much more. But delicious entrees are only one of the many reasons to visit this North Myrtle Beach fine dining establishment, Greg Norman’s was also awarded the rank of excellent by Wine Spectator Magazine, making it the perfect place to wind down after a fun-filled day on the Grand Strand.
Nobody does prime rib better than Cagney’s. Locally owned and operated for over 30 years, Cagney’s offers great food and unique throwback to the days of yesteryear. The restaurant is dressed in antiques and classic pieces from Myrtle Beach history, including the famous The Ocean Forest Hotel. Whether you come for the peaceful décor or the hand-cut ribeye, you’ll quickly discover why this North Myrtle Beach restaurant is recommended by Southern Living.
Filet’s Steaks and Seafood and Sushi
Perfectly located overlooking the banks of the Intracoastal, Filet’s invites you to come out and enjoy the finest beef and seafood North Myrtle Beach has to offer. Dine on Pecan Crusted Chicken or a Filet Neptune as you relax on Harbourgate Marina. And their Sashimi and Hand Rolls are a must for all sushi lovers. There’s something for everyone to enjoy as the live music fills the air.
There’s nothing better than getting caught up in the allure and atmosphere of SeaBlue. The perfect spot for your small party or evening out with friends, SeaBlue is the only outdoor white tablecloth casual fine dining restaurant in North Myrtle Beach. Its blue lighting and tasteful décor throughout is why it was named Best Atmosphere by Beach TV…and the food’s not bad either.
Thoroughbreds Chophouse & Seafood Grille
Boasting Affordable Fine Dining Since 1988, you don’t need a special occasion to enjoy a memorable time at Thoroughbreds. Upon stepping foot into this ultra-popular restaurant you will see that it’s unique theme lives up to the name. Instead of entrees, you have The Starting Gate. The Kentucky Derby is another name for the best-of-the-best as it presents Veal Francaise and Duck du Jour. And that’s just the start. It’s more than just another great North Myrtle Beach fine dining establishment. It’s an experience.