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Best Non-Chain Restaurants in Myrtle Beach

If you’re the kind of traveler who looks for a one-of-a-kind restaurant experience when you travel, read on: We’re sharing the top picks for non-chain, totally unique dining experiences in Myrtle Beach.

1. Aspen Grille
5101 North Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach
This is the place to go for that one-of-a-kind fine dining experience in Myrtle Beach. Look for simple yet sophisticated takes on classic southern dishes, as well as the kind of service you’d expect in a cosmopolitan city.

2. Croissants Bakery & Bistro
3751 Robert Grissom Parkway, Myrtle Beach
For breakfast, lunch or dinner, locals flock to this small bakery and bistro. Look for artisanal takes on your typical sandwiches, such as a ham and brie sandwich on freshly baked baguette, and definitely leave room for dessert.

3. Prossers BBQ
3750 U.S. 17 Business, Murrells Inlet
Yes, you’ll have to drive south a bit to try out Prosser’s, but it’s worth it! It’s nothing fancy, but this is your spot if you’re looking for a fast, affordable and absolutely delicious southern food buffet. Try the fried chicken and the pulled pork—you won’t be sorry.

4. Mr. Fish
6401 N. Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach
Take your pick from fresh and delicious sushi or a more traditional plate of southern fried seafood—either way, you’ll leave Mr. Fish full and happy. Southern Living Magazine named Mr. Fish one of the top 10 seafood spots in South Carolina, specifically highlighting creative sushi treatments such as the seared tuna and blue cheese roll.

5. Michael’s Pizza
1701 N. Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, SC
If you’re looking for a slice, and you favor a New York-style slab of pie, this is your spot. Michael’s isn’t the type of pizza place to go for fancy or exotic ingredients, but if you’re a traditionalist, you’ll be happy. You can also get Italian dishes, burgers, subs and salads.

Posted 7/10/13

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