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Restaurants Near the Boardwalk
The boardwalk in downtown Myrtle Beach has much to offer in way of entertainment, snack shops and restaurants. If you have spent the day riding rides, soaking up sun or strolling up and down along the ocean, you will be searching for a fabulous dining establishment near or at the boardwalk and there are plenty from which to choose.
2nd Avenue Pier is home to The Pier House Restaurant located on the boardwalk at 110 North Ocean Boulevard. Pier House is open daily from 8:00 am to 8:00pm. They have an extensive menu with a wide variety of food options to suit anyone's fancy. There is a full bar as well for those thirsty folks but it also child friendly and offers a kid menu with options like chicken fingers, pasta and shrimp. Bring your VMB card and receive a discount off of an appetizer.
Shucker's Raw Bar has two convenient locations at Broadway at the Beach and near the beach itself at 300 N Kings Highway at 3rd Avenue North. There are daily and happy hour specials from 4 pm to 6 pm which offers appetizers like $.65 oysters $.55 shrimp, mussels and wings, and $1.00 off all beers and house drinks. Seafood combinations are best to share with the whole family. Some of the favorites are calamari and a buffalo shrimp. American, Italian and seafood options displays the main idea of the Shucker's extensive menu. With your VMB the card you will receive five dollars subtracted from a purchase of $25.00 or more or 10% off the entire check.
If sushi is your style then you definite want to check out Soho located one block from the beach at 406 21st Avenue North. It is a classy, well-kept restaurant that has a cozy Manhattan feel. The menu has something for everything even if sushi is not your favorite. There are options like steak and ribs, lo mein and hibachi. There is also a full bar inside with a wide variety of wines.
While staying at the Landmark Resort and wondering around the boardwalk, you need not guess which restaurants will offer you the best experience, take advice from a local who knows how to navigate the Myrtle Beach restaurant scene.