One of the best parts about brunch is that you can have sweet or savory dishes, or both. Not to mention, it is one of the only time’s alcohol in the early morning is acceptable. Lucky for you, Myrtle Beach is home to some of the top brunch options around – you will not be disappointed. Whether you are looking to have a beer with a hearty omelet, or some fresh orange juice with some Bananas Foster French Toast, we have the perfect guide so you can choose the best brunch option for the family – all within close proximity to the Strand Resort!
Croissants Bistro & Bakery: A favorite among locals and tourists, this charming bistro with indoor and outdoor seating offers an array of mouth-watering menu items including Southern-inspired dishes with a European flair. So if you are in the mood for some unique brunch items, head over to Croissants on Sunday from 10am-2pm and try one of many favorites. Whether you are in the mood for Crab Cake Benedict, Thompson Farm Frittata, Croque Madame, Banana Nutella Crepes, or Bananas Foster French Toast – you will leave full, with happy taste buds and a happy wallet. Something that Croissants has earned bragging rights about is their in-house bakery which all of the baked goods comes from. You can also stop by the cake and pastry section after brunch and take something with you for later!
Sea Captain's House: Located within walking distance of the Strand Resort, take a stroll down the coast to the oceanfront restaurant that has been around for over 50 years. You can enjoy some of the best brunch items on the beach while enjoying panoramic view of the waves crashing along the shore. Sea Captain’s House is best known for its seafood, so head on over to decide between a menu full of eggs, omelets, pancakes and waffles. Some of the top menu items include the Brie and Bacon Omelet, Pecan Waffles, and homemade Biscuits and Gravy.
House of Blues: If you are looking for a more unique brunch option, head a little further north to the House of Blues. You can reserve a table for this Sunday feast that includes an all-you-can-eat buffet, carving stations, gourmet desserts and some of the Grand Strand’s best musicians. You definitely want to dress to impress because you might be called up onstage to participate in some song and dance! Brunch takes place on Sundays from 9am-2pm, adults are $29, ages 7-12 are $14.50, and under 6 are free. Don't forget to try the house-favorite dish – chicken and waffles!
Gordon Biersch: Located at the Market Common district, you can enjoy sipping on a refreshing cold pint of fresh-brewed craft beer while also eating some hearty breakfast items. On Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-3pm you can choose from an array of popular brunch items including Gordon Biersch’s craft beer lists. But if beer isn't your thing, no worries, you will be sure to find something just as delicious on the menu. Some of the popular items include the southwest Breakfast Burrito, the Creole Omelet, and the Three-Egg Sausage Scrambler. All are served with breakfast potatoes and fresh fruit.
Tupelo Honey Cafe: Also located at the Market Common District, Tupelo Honey Cafe is one of the only restaurants along the strand that offers brunch seven days a week. Sit outside on the patio and enjoy the fresh summer breezes, or dine inside while sipping on a Moonshine Mary. Some of their brunch classics include Famous Sweet Potato Pancakes, Shoo Mercy Shrimp and Grits, Fried chicken and Biscuits, Seersucker Steak and Eggs, and a wide variety of omelets. The cafe does fill up fast, so make sure to call ahead or visit their website to make a reservation!
Now we have your taste buds watering, start planning your vacation to Myrtle Beach today. As a guest at the boutique Strand Resort, we promise to deliver everything your doctor has been ordering, rest, relaxation and cool ocean breezes, see you soon in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.