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The Best Breakfast in Myrtle Beach

 A trip to Myrtle Beach is sure to provide you with endless options when deciding where to eat. With so much to  choose from, it can be a bit overwhelming. To help you choose where to grab the best meal to start your day,  here is a list of the best breakfasts in Myrtle Beach:

 Croissants Bistro & Bakery
 Winner of the 2014 WMBF Best of the Grand Strand, Croissants Bistro & Bakery offers their guests unique  dishes that combine southern comfort food with a variety of other tastes. Using local ingredients from fresh fruit  and vegetables to locally caught shrimp, crabs, and grouper, this brunch is a great way to get a taste of the  coast. If you’re not much of a seafood lover, don’t worry Croissants’ brunch menu also provides meat lovers  with a great selection of menu options.
 

Chestnut Hill
With a Sunday brunch that’s been voted “Best on the Beach” for over 25 years running, this brunch has something for everyone. Chestnut Hill’s brunch menu has a wide variety on menu options including: seafood creole, eggs benedict, southern fried chicken, homemade quiche, grilled quail, and grilled pork chops just to name a few. Or, for a smaller portion try the poached salmon, smoked oysters, or fresh cut fruit.
 

Sea Captain’s House
Named Best Seafood Restaurant four years in a row by Southern Living magazine, Sea Captain’s House has one of the best breakfasts in Myrtle Beach. Sea Captain’s offers guests the option to choose dishes from the Captain’s breakfast menu such as, the seafarer’s omelet, seasonal fruit crepe, steak and eggs, or crab cakes benedict. Or, select the western omelet, pecan waffle, or biscuits and gravy plate from the Crew’s breakfast menu. If you’re unsure which menu option to choose, Sea Captain’s also offers a delicious full breakfast buffet.
 

Johnny D’s Waffles and Bakery
If a quick stop for some great food is what you’re looking for, Johnny D’s Waffles and Bakery has got you covered. This cozy, friendly restaurant has a number of original dishes like the coconut banana French waffle, blueberry Greek yogurt cakes, enchilada omelet, and Johnny D’s skillet. All meals are created by Johnny’s executive chef and always delivered with a smile. Johnny D’s is a great place for quick bite before the beach.
 

Crepe Creations
Hidden among the big-time restaurants at the Market Commons, this small French café is a true treasure. Crepe Creations offers their guests a unique cuisine different from many of the local restaurants around the area. Serving breakfast daily, Crepe Creations has delicious selection of breakfast crepes like the stuffed French toast crepe, sunrise crepe, morning spin, Santé Fe, and a selection of fruity fit crepes as well. Locally owned and operated, every visit provides great food and great conversation.

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