Myrtle Beach Dining

You can't visit Myrtle Beach without sampling the local flavor. Whether you dine in Murrells Inlet, the Seafood Capital of the South, hit the Grand Strand or grab a bite while you are out shopping, be sure the savor every bite. Below are a few restaurants recommended by the Myrtle Beach Chamber.

Divine Fish House
Located in the picturesque fishing village of Murrells Inlet, Divine Fish House features a large selection of fresh seafood, aged beef, exotic meats, fresh sushi and mouth-watering appetizers. The restaurant offers diners one of the most beautiful and unmatched waterfront views with stained glass and artistic murals. Divine Fish House is the crown jewel of local seafood restaurants in the Myrtle Beach area.

The Parson’s Table
Listed as the number one historic restaurant in South Carolina, The Parson's Table is also ranked one of the “Top 50 Best Overall Restaurants in the U.S.” by the Academy of Awards of the Restaurant Industry. The Parson’s Table is housed in a church that was built in 1885 with beautiful beveled and stained glass details. Owner and executive chef Ed Murray is recognized as one of the best chefs in America and is known for perfectly pairing his succulent menu dishes with the best fine wines. Chef Murray changes the menu seasonally, bringing the freshest and most in-season dishes to his diners. Be sure to savor the experience.

UMI Pacific Grille
Experience the exotic flavors of Pacific Rim cuisine at UMI Pacific Grille with a professional staff that will take you on a tour through the flavors of the Far East, Polynesia, Hawaii and the West Coast. The luxurious main dining room showcases not only the fire and culinary craft on display in the kitchen, but also sets the stage for committed customer service. Enjoy the lounge offering classic cocktails, creative martinis, sake tasting and a number of other libations. The Chef’s Table is available for reservation for the ultimate UMI Pacific Grille dining experience, where guests may have an exquisite meal prepared exclusively for their party by one of the restaurant’s chefs.