Get a taste of the Grand Strand at Restaurant Week Myrtle Beach

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In many parts of the nation, January is synonymous with thick winter coats and freezing temperatures. Around here, January means gearing up for Restaurant Week Myrtle Beach! From fresh seafood to savory side dishes, Restaurant Week provides a chance to test out some of the Grand Strand’s best restaurants at a fraction of the normal cost.

A stay at North Beach Plantation puts these much-anticipated culinary adventures in close proximity. Located on a 7.5-acre island between the Atlantic Ocean and Whitepoint Swash, North Beach Plantation gives vacationers unbeatable oceanfront views, luxurious amenities and the ideal home base for Restaurant Week.

After all, excellent dining at a deep discount is like the cherry on top of the perfect winter getaway. Ahead, read up on some commonly asked questions about Restaurant Week and get tips for planning your trip to Myrtle Beach.


As Restaurant Week South Carolina makes its annual stop in Myrtle Beach, local, regional and national food lovers have the opportunity to enjoy delectable dishes at a great value. Restaurant Week’s overarching goal is to position South Carolina as one of the nation’s top culinary destinations by boosting awareness — and Myrtle Beach is an ideal place to make it happen! With a wide variety of casual restaurants, family-owned eateries and high-end restaurants, you certainly won’t ever be at risk of going hungry when you’re in town.

A number of participating restaurants along the Grand Strand will offer Restaurant Week specials. Typically, this means specialty menus and sampling options at a largely discounted price. Some restaurants offer a prix fixe meal, while others offer free appetizers or reduced prices on regular favorites.


January 11-21, 2018

Restaurant Week Myrtle Beach takes place this year from Thursday, January 11, to Sunday, January 21. Yes, that technically constitutes more than a week — but when it comes to delicious food at a great value, we say the more, the merrier!


Restaurants of all genres and sizes along the Grand Strand are participating in this year’s Restaurant Week. Last year, the lineup included 21 Main at North Beach, Aspen Grille, The Brentwood Restaurant & Wine Bistro,  Cafe Amalfi, Castano’s Italian Steakhouse, Croissants Bistro & Bakery, Ducatis Pizzeria & Trattoria, Landry’s Seafood, The Parson’s Table, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Sam Snead’s Oak Grill and Tavern, Vintage Twelve, and WaterScapes Restaurant at Marina Inn. Stay tuned for more menus and details about 2018’s list of restaurants, and check back for the latest updates at


If you book your stay at North Beach Plantation early, you can save big on your January getaway. For a limited time, you can receive 45% off your North Beach Plantation lodging now through March 8, 2018.

Picture this: Sipping coffee and watching the sun rise over the Atlantic Ocean, going for a morning stroll in the sand, getting some afternoon shopping done in nearby entertainment districts, relaxing and reading a book beside the more than two acres of water features and pools, then heading out for an evening of sampling and savoring at any number of local restaurants. Your perfect winter vacation awaits —to learn how you can get it at the right price, please visit out Specials page.

Without a doubt, this 11-day celebration is a great way to check out a handful of amazing Myrtle Beach restaurants at discounted prices. Book your getaway today and save!