There are plenty of casual fare places to dine in Myrtle Beach, where you can just walk in flip-flops, a tee and swim trunks. But Valentine’s Day is a special occasion and there are a variety of nice restaurants in Myrtle Beach to dine with your Valentine. We’ve put together a list of our favorite romantic Valentine’s Day dinner spots.
21 Main Prime Steakhouse
719 North Beach Blvd | 843-315-3000
21 Main is located on the north end of the Grand Strand and worth the drive. This is a contemporary, upscale restaurant with Southern Charm. Their menu features delectable appetizers, entrees, and a raw bar. Don’t forget to save room for dessert or dessert martini like the Triple Chocolate Godiva Martini.
Crave Italian Oven & Bar
5900 N Kings Hwy | 843-213-0500
Contemporary and old-world vibes collide at Crave Italian Oven & Bar. This romantic spot offers up New York style brick oven pizzas and Italian dishes with a hip spin like the Fried Burrata appetizer served with roasted red pepper and extra virgin olive oil.
10434 Ocean Hwy | 843-237-303
Frank’s Outback is a hidden gem and a local favorite on the south end of the Grand Strand. Dine outside under a charming covered patio, complete with candlelight, palm trees, and twinkle lights. The grilled filet and pan roasted rack of lamb are worth the visit alone!
1312 Celebrity Cir | 843-444-1010
What’s more romantic than a seafood dinner on Valentine’s day. Dine at Landry’s Seafood, one of the many restaurants at Broadway at the Beach, and enjoy a variety of fresh fish (caught daily). Landry’s offers a 3-course dining special for $20.50, enjoy a salad, Mahi Verona or Fish & Shrimp as your entree, and your choice of bread pudding or creme brulee for dessert.
Miyabi Japanese Steakhouse
4201 US-17 | 843-651-4616
Come for an intimate dinner with your Valentine at Miyabi Japanese Steakhouse in Murrells Inlet. Snuggle up as you watch your chef prepare your meal (and perform) on an open hibachi grill. The food here is out of this world!
1306 North Ocean Blvd | 843-448-4314
Enjoy oceanfront dining with your Valentine this Valentine’s Day at Pier 14 restaurant. You’ll have a beautiful view of the Atlantic Ocean as you order from their mouthwatering menu. Boom Boom Shrimp, Lobster Ravioli, and fire-grilled Rib Eye are some favorites to choose from.