Top 5 Non-seafood Restaurants in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Ranked as one of the top beach destinations in South Carolina, Myrtle Beach is packed full of things to do and see. Among the must-trys are the area’s restaurants, which offer different types of food and dining experiences — from mom and pop shacks to upscale dining. Although Myrtle Beach’s coastal location makes it a prime spot for seafood, not everyone loves fish, so we rounded up some alternatives. See which places we picked as the top non-seafood restaurants in Myrtle Beach.

Non-seafood Restaurants in Myrtle Beach for Vacationers

Barbecue: Award-winning Pop Pop’s Pit BBQ has ranked among the best restaurants in Myrtle Beach. This family-owned favorite serves barbecue that’s cooked slow and low. Order a single sandwich for lunch or take home a family pack to share with loved ones.

Japanese: Hana Teppanyaki House is a local casual favorite for excellent Japanese fare. Its menu includes a variety of small and large dishes featuring steak, chicken and veggies. For starters try the gyoza, a fried dumpling made with beef or pork, vegetables, and homemade sauce.

Italian: Villa Romana provides an inviting place for a romantic dinner and plates of authentic Italian cuisine. With a selection of dishes — including veal, beef and chicken — diners will enjoy selecting their favorites. Pasta lovers can also choose from baked dishes and house specialties. Each dinner includes homemade soup, salad and bread.

Italian: Known as a hidden gem, Ciao! ranks as another excellent choice for Italian food. Diners enjoy both meat-lover and vegetarian options served with homemade bread and fresh salad. Among pasta, veal and chicken options, try the signature Ciao. This breaded and stacked dish features zucchini, roasted red peppers and mozzarella cheese topped with marinara sauce.

Mexican: Located in the Coastal Grand Mall center, Abuelo’s Mexican Food Embassy serves up Mexican fare. This chain restaurant serves Tex-Mex dishes, delicious house specialties, fajita platters and sides. Those with hearty appetites should order the Monterrey or steak and enchiladas.

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