Myrtle Beach Seafood Options

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Whether or not you live by the sea, it is well known that seafood sold by restaurants near the sea have more fresh options and by the taste you can really tell the difference. That is why Myrtle Beach is the best place for seafood with their plethora of restaurants and delicious varieties to choose from up and down the Grand Strand.  Whether you prefer an entrée meal or a full-on buffet, these restaurant choices are no doubt a solid choice for tasty seafood. Be sure to bring your VMB Card for discounts on your bill at select seafood restaurants!

Captain Jack’s Seafood Buffet
(843) 427-4972
1400 S. Hwy. 17, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582


If you are in the mood for an exquisite dining experience then Captain Jack's Seafood Buffet is the place to bring the family and an their empty stomachs. Their buffet is one-of-a-kind as they offer a wide variety of meats and seafood dishes like: T-bone steaks, lobster soups, salads, snow crab legs, oysters and clams, mussels and Bluefin crabs.  All homemade, the 100 types of seafood delights range from items prepared fried and baked, steamed, broiled and raw. Your lobsters may be cooked when ordered and for those non-seafood eaters, oven baked chicken and rib-eye steaks and prime rib are available. With all of these options, you will for sure leave satisfied and happy.  Do not forget to bring your VMB Card to receive a free lobster or four dollars off of the adult buffet!

Dirty Don's Myrtle BeachDirty Don's Oyster Bar and Grill
(843) 448-4881
408 21st Avenue North, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
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(843) 213-1632
910 N. Ocean Blvd. Myrtle Beach, SC 29577


Dirty Dons Oyster Bar and Grill has two locations in Myrtle Beach. Dirty Don's has a wide range and reasonably priced menu including coconut shrimp, seafood nachos, oyster salsa and those are just for starters. If you prefer your seafood with fries then you may be interested in their baskets of oysters or seafood samplers which include shrimp, clams and oysters all fried to perfection. If you are rather in the mood for all American, then a foot-long hotdog for only $7.25 layered with all of the standard toppings may wet your appetite.  The menu continues on with options like the 14 ounce rib-eye, Alaskan snow crab legs, or seafood tacos. There are endless ways to relieve your appetite and have a tasty meal for a great price at Dirty Dons Oyster Bar and Grill.  With your VMB Card you may order a complimentary shrimp fritter appetizer or 1/2 dozen raw oysters with the purchase of an entree.

Shucker’s Raw Bar at Broadway at the Beach
(843) 626-9535
Broadway at the Beach, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577


Voted the best raw bar by locals they are known for their raw oysters and their extensive menu of appetizers, sandwiches, dinners and even fried Oreos! They have daily specials and happy hour specials from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. with appetizers like $.65 oysters, $.55 shrimp, mussels and wings, and one dollar off all beers and house drinks.  There are plenty of combinations you may share with the whole family like calamari and a buffalo shrimp. There are plenty of American, Italian and seafood options like burgers, grilled chicken, grouper, chicken parmesan, fish and shrimp tacos just to name a few. The whole family is sure to find something they thoroughly enjoy at Shucker's Raw Bar.   If you are a game watcher then this is also your place to enjoy their display of thirty televisions making it easy to catch all of the latest games on your favorite sports channels like MLB, NHL, NFL and ESPN 360.  If you are interested in playing games of your own, they offer pool, darts, pinball and even shuffleboard!  Food, fun and family are the three fondest words in association with vacation.  Come enjoy them all at the same place at Shucker's.  With your VMB Card you will receive $5 off of a $25 purchase or 10% off the entire check.

While staying at the Landmark Resort be sure to have a fun and safe time and don't forget to fill up on seafood!


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