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The Best Myrtle Beach Resort Restaurants: We’ve Got ‘Em!

While there are plenty of restaurants in Myrtle Beach, when you stay at Dunes Village you won’t have to leave the resort to enjoy great food. Our on-site dining offers plenty of choices for you and your family to enjoy while you stay.

Enjoy a hearty breakfast with a view from Admiral’s Room Restaurant from 6 a.m.-11 a.m. They offer all your breakfast favorites such as eggs, bacon, and grits, and one of their chefs will be happy to create you a tasty omelet, waffle, or pancake. Breakfast here is only $9.95 for adults and $5.95 for kids, making it perfectly affordable for your family.

When you’re spending the day at the pool or beach, the thing you want to do is go inside for lunch, which is why our we have two great outside locations for you to enjoy a meal. The Cabana Tiki Bar is the best place to enjoy lunch or a drink while still being outside. It’s a great way to take a break from the beach. Located on our pool deck, Captain’s Café will serve up a great lunch, perfect for when the kid’s don’t want to get out of the water.

Our full service restaurant The Captain’s Café is a satellite location for Sea Captain’s House. Here they make great seafood that is always fresh. While you try our delicious crab cakes, she-crab soup, or shrimp salad, you will be captivated by the oceanfront view. Why leave Dunes Village for a good dinner, when you could have one here.

For the days when a light breakfast will do, Perk’s Up Coffee Shop will serve you a delicious Starbucks coffee or juices for the kids. For breakfast they offer pastries, muffins, bagels, and Jimmy Dean breakfast sandwiches.

At Dunes Village, there are plenty of dining choices right in the resort. So when you are having too much fun to go anywhere to eat, you won’t have to sacrifice great food.

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