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Myrtle Beach Eats: What’s New for 2014?
Curious about what’s new and exciting around Myrtle Beach? Check out some of the area’s new restaurants for 2014 and try one (or two.. or three) out during your stay!
Boom Boom Wine Room
Whether you consider yourself a wine snob or just an enthusiast, Boom Boom Wine Room is sure to please your palette. This new wine boutique and tasting room serves fresh, creative concoctions that change seasonally and are designed with wine in mind. The menu is created to pair perfectly with featured wines. Offerings include a variety of tapas style small plates, crisp salads, cheese plates, light sandwiches and wraps, and decadent desserts. Boom Boom boasts a private garden, a highly regarded head chef and kitchen staff, professional servers, and even a house sommelier that can guide your wine experience. Call (843) 839-3990 for more information.
Lovers of ethnic food and those with a curious palette will appreciate the flavorful Indian offerings at Masala Zone. The menu is chock full of authentic favorites that can’t be found anywhere else at the beach. Popular dishes include: chicken tikka masala, shrimp tandoori, chilli paneer, coconut chicken soup, lamb curry, and plenty of fresh naan, of course. Be sure to save room for one of Masala’s decadent desserts, like kulfi, a house made pistachio ice cream made with saffron and cardamom. All of the cuisine here is made from recipes passed down for generations and has been perfected over time, ensuring the highest quality. Call (843) 444-0325 for more information.
A recent addition to the Myrtle Beach area, Co Sushi is quickly becoming a favorite for visitors and locals alike. Their chic location at Market Common and creative menu give them a unique flare compared to other sushi eateries. Nosh on fresh favorites like the Hawaiian Roll, California Roll, or Rainbow Roll or spice things up with fiery fare like the Crispy Dynamite Roll. For a truly unique experience, try one of Co’s signature “pressed sushi” offerings. Co also offers other options with an Asian flare like dumplings, ceviche, and noodles. Pair that with one of their fresh, creative cocktails and you have the makings of a great night out on the town! Call (843) 839 – 1733 for more information.
Johnny D’s Waffles and Bakery
The creative concoctions at Johnny D’s Waffles sets this popular breakfast eatery apart from the rest! Dig in to one of the premium omelettes, like the enchilada omelette, or try one of Johnny D’s signature skillets like the Irish Skillet which offers corned beef, onions, and cheese over home fries topped with two eggs and house hollandaise. Of course, one wouldn’t want to pass up on the waffles! Treat your sweet tooth with options like the red velvet waffle or funfetti waffle or appease your curiosity with the bacon waffle. Other selections include French toast, pancakes, breakfast wraps and quesadillas, Benedicts, sandwiches, salads, and more! Johnny D’s is the perfect place to go to please a group that just can’t decide. Call (843) 448-6789 for more information.
Fire and Smoke Gastropub
Fire and Smoke is Myrtle Beach’s first true “gastropub” and is making a name with their creative culinary concoctions and trendy atmosphere. The menu here offers a wide array of tapas style entrees, making it an ideal spot for date night or a girl’s night out. Dig in to something rich like the duck confit nachos, crab croquettes, or authentic poutine or keep things light with an order of the house chips or a charcuterie plate. Fire and Smoke also offers several entrée sized portions, like the buffalo meatloaf and the lobster cobbler. Looking for a good lunch spot? Fire and Smoke also offers a lighter lunch menu full of tempting plates like the croque monsieur, oyster po’ boy sliders, and seasonal chopped salad – to name a few. Call (843) 449-0085 for more information or reservations.