I don’t know about you, but 18 holes of golf tend to work up my appetite. There’s nothing like a hearty meal, whether you’ve had a good day or a bad day on the course. In the Myrtle Beach area, somehow there are even more restaurant options than golf courses, but that doesn’t mean you will have a good post-round meal at just any restaurant. On top of that, golfers need to know where to find a good food spot that’s not too far from their course. Check out our 7 best places to eat after golfing in Myrtle Beach:
• Bistro 217 – Played a round at Caledonia but want to venture off the course for a bite? Check out Bistro 217 in Pawleys Island. Whether you’re looking for a full sit down meal or a quick snack at the bar, you’re in for a tasty meal here. Grab Certified Angus Beef steak or burger, or sample some of the southern fare like shrimp & grits. On the lighter side, try their impressive salads!
• Wicked Tuna – If you’re golfing on the southern end of Myrtle Beach, you can’t go wrong with any of the restaurants in Murrells Inlet. I’m partial to Wicked Tuna. It’s on the south end of the Marsh Walk, and the view of the back patio is one-of-a-kind! The steaks are solid, the apps are delicious, but as with all of the Inlet seafood restaurants, you have to order some fresh seafood. Mahi is one of the standards that’s typically caught not very far from where you’re eating it. Definitely a great spot to share golf stories of the day while enjoying delicious food with a view!
• Aspen Grille – Known for its seasonal menus, Aspen Grille is a good sit-down restaurant for post-round meals. They also offer live music Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays for some bonus entertainment. For a quick bite, stop by the bar for favorites like grilled shrimp tacos and fried green tomatoes.
• Co Sushi – If sushi is on your mind after playing 9 or 18, Co is the place to go in Myrtle Beach. Started in Charleston, but now a part of the Market Common complex in Myrtle Beach, Co offers inventive and high-quality sushi offerings. Try the Pork Belly and the Hawaiian makimono. Even the non-sushi fans have options with their delicious noodle options.
• River City Cafe – Sometimes after a long round, you just need a burger. A burger with any topping imaginable. A burger topped with peanut butter? I might pass on that one. But that is one of the offerings at River City. With X locations in the Myrtle Beach area, you can find a River City no matter where you hit the links that day.
• 21 Main at North Beach – If you’re golfing at Barefoot or on the north side of Myrtle Beach, you’ll love 21 Main. Featuring everything from steaks to seafood and sushi, 21 Main will satisfy most appetites. If you’re looking for a little post-golf southern hospitality on the north end, check out 21 Main. Every sushi roll I’ve tried has satisfied my taste buds.
• Ultimate California Pizza – When you want an easy decision after your round, pizza is always a good option. The only problem at UCP is it offers a ton of pizza options. You can design your own pizza with 70 fresh topping options. If you’re not feeling like Bobby Flay, UCP has some pretty delicious combinations of its own on the menu. If you’re feeling adventurous, go with the Big Kahuna with 5 meats and 13 total toppings! UCP has 6 locations in the Grand Strand area, so you’re good to go no matter where you play near the Beach.
With a menu of options like these restaurants, you can look forward to dinner almost as much as the round of golf. I did say “almost.”