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You're in Myrtle Beach so you have to visit one of those touristy seafood buffets, right? Right! Our top seafood buffet pick is the lovably kitschy Crabby Mike's. Here's what you ...
Best For: Kids (3-6)   Kids (7-9)   Tweens (10-12)   Teens (13+)  
Older kids and teens will be excited to eat in this eye-catching restaurant, which just so happens to be shaped like an enormous Egyptian pyramid. The Hard Rock Cafe is located at ...
Best For: Tots (0-2)   Kids (3-6)   Kids (7-9)   Tweens (10-12)   Teens (13+)  
Medieval Times is an engaging dinner show, during which visitors are served a four-course banquet meal as knights compete in historic games of skill. Feast like kings on roasted ...
Best For: Kids (3-6)   Kids (7-9)   Tweens (10-12)   Teens (13+)  
Amidst the seafood, steaks and bottomless buffets that proliferate in Myrtle Beach, Panini 38 offers a refreshing option of healthier, Mediterranean-style cuisine. Yes, there are ...
Best For: Kids (7-9)   Tweens (10-12)   Teens (13+)  
Fresh seafood is a must during any coastal vacation, and many locals claim The Sea Captain's House offers the best in Myrtle Beach. This quaint house overlooking the ocean is a ...
Best For: Tots (0-2)   Kids (3-6)   Kids (7-9)   Tweens (10-12)   Teens (13+)  
Villa Romana is all about Italian hospitality and big, hearty, saucy dishes inspired by the Boot's best cuisine. The food served here is classic American-style Italian: ...
Best For: Kids (7-9)   Tweens (10-12)   Teens (13+)  
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