Ready to take a crack at a great breakfast on vacation?
It’s not easy to narrow it down to five when one writes about the “best of” on the Grand Strand, but these places stand apart. Breakfast is a crucial part of a good day. Why not do it right?
Here are five spots in North Myrtle Beach where you’ll get off to a good start. But first …
5 Breakfast Restaurants in North Myrtle Beach That Are Big Hits
The theory of a breakfast preceding a great day gets put to the test.
Cafe de Paris | website
Come to Barefoot Landing for outdoor seating for breakfast. If you’re feeling ambitious, look into the Pilates group.
What reviewers say: The coffee, hot cocoa, and smoothies are great, and the site is cozy, with fun decor. Brunch is sublime, and the service is friendly.
Something cool: Cafe de Paris serves organic, fair trade tea and coffee. They buy goods from local bakeries and dairies for the freshest fare around.
TRY THIS: Sweet crepes, with whipped cream. The namesake crepes come loaded with bananas, Nutella, and strawberries.
Blueberry’s Grill | website
Regale yourself with a new, contemporary selection of breakfast items. They’re made from locally-sourced ingredients.
What reviewers say: Chicken and waffles are tops, especially with a Blueberry Mimosa. It’s a popular, lively place, so get there early.
Something cool: Blueberry’s Grill serves six types of mimosas, and you can get them by the glass or the pitcher.
TRY THIS: The Dill Bloody Mary and Blueberry Hushpuppies are unforgettable. The Belgian Waffle contains real country batter and farm-fresh eggs. It’s cooked golden brown and dusted with powdered sugar. Warm syrup and whipped butter top it off.
Croissants | website
Visit this American bistro for traditional breakfast dishes and baked goods. It’s chic and comfy all at once.
What reviewers say: You’ll get excellent service with a Parisian patisserie ambiance. It’s a must-visit. The Chicken and Waffles get high praise!
Something cool: They’ve been a local favorite since 1995. Their coffee is freshly roasted in-house, and they offer catering services, too.
TRY THIS: Start with a Peach Bellini and sharable Fried Green Tomatoes. The Croque Madame is an open-faced grilled ham and gruyere sandwich. This gem, covered in mornay sauce, comes topped with two sunny-side-up eggs.
Eggs Up Grill | website
You might know this bright, easygoing restaurant from back home. It’s perfect for breakfast, but also for burgers and sandwiches.
What reviewers say: Even when it’s busy, you’ll get quality service. It’s a good value, delicious, and delightful. The Corned Beef Hash is a hit.
Something cool: The first Eggs Up Grill opened in 1997, in Pawleys Island. Its locations are wonderful places to gather.
TRY THIS: The Southwestern. It’s home fries, topped with ham, jalapenos, onions, peppers, pepper jack cheese, and two eggs. It comes with salsa and sour cream on the side.
Johnny D Waffles | website
The menu is massive, loaded with American breakfast favorites. Waffles are the thing — as is the casual, friendly setting.
What reviewers say: It’s a favored, unique breakfast experience. It’s clean and upbeat, and some appreciate having a pot of coffee right there at their table.
Something cool: Chef Jamie Daskalis has an incredible story. She created this menu, which is a favorite on the Grand Strand.
TRY THIS: Johnny D is famous for waffles, but check out the He-Man Breakfast. The Hungry Man includes an 8-ounce flat-iron steak with two eggs and home fries. Plus, your choice of two pancakes or toast.
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