Stellar Bites to Savor in the Heart of the Grand Strand

Check out these restaurants on your next Myrtle Beach golf vacation

There is plenty to love about Myrtle Beach aside from the golf you can play with and the great condo you can rent at SeaSide Resorts. For starters, if you like to sample great food at a variety of restaurants, all with different vibes, central Myrtle Beach provides an extensive list of locally owned spots to try.

In the mood for a social dining experience that is fun, thrilling and absolutely delicious? Well, Nakato Japanese Restaurant is the place for you. A TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence honoree, Nakato serves up the highest-quality hibachi in Myrtle Beach, along with their extensive menu, which includes sushi rolls, a variety of seafood appetizers, sake, beer and wine. Be sure to call ahead for a reservation so your whole group can sit together.

Or, maybe pizza is more your thing. One fantastic place to grab a slice is Ducatis Pizzeria & Trattoria. Also a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence honoree, Ducatis is located in Myrtle Beach just across from the Marina Inn at Grande Dunes. Their menu features numerous wood-oven pizza selections that are always baked until perfectly crispy. And with everything from seafood dishes to pasta dinners, Stromboli, calzones and rolls, Ducatis has something everyone in your group will enjoy.

If you’re in the mood to just chill and enjoy being on vacation, go to Tin Roof, a lowkey dinner spot live music enthusiasts will love. The restaurant and bar overlook the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and the Atlantic Ocean. But the place is not just for music and views. The food is absolutely delicious. Their menu takes some of your favorite bar classics and pushes them to the very max! And with a full bar menu and a fun, inclusive atmosphere, Tin Roof makes for a great time whether you’re just stopping in for lunch/dinner or coming to check out a show. See a full list of Tin Roof’s events and entertainment here.

Check out these central Myrtle Beach restaurants on your next golf vacation with!\


Course Spotlight: TPC Myrtle Beach

Competitive golf has been a key part of the Myrtle Beach golf lifestyle for quite some time, with the area having played host to a wide range of USGA, PGA of America, LPGA and Senior PGA events over the years. The Grand Strand has also been home to such high-profile amateur events as the Dustin Johnson World Junior Golf Championship, the NCAA Division I Men’s Southeast Regional, and the South Carolina Golf Association Tournament of Champions.

What do all three of these amateur events – plus the 2000 Senior PGA Tour Championship – have in common? The host golf course: TPC Myrtle Beach.

TPC Myrtle Beach was designed by famed course architect Tom Fazio with an assist from Lanny Wadkins, and since opening in 1999 has been a favorite of local and visiting golfers. Its dramatic, state-of-the-art bunkering (the Better Billy Bunker system keeps them in pristine condition daily), combined with smooth MiniVerde UltraDwarf Bermuda Grass greens, make for a golfing experience you won’t forget.

The home stretch at TPC Myrtle Beach has produced its fair share of exciting finishes for high-level tournaments and countless buddies’ money games alike. The par-four 16th Hole requires an accurate tee shot into a narrow fairway. To attack this elevated green, you must find the fairway. The par-three 17th features a peninsula green, with water dramatically wrapping around three fourths of a putting surface that slopes a few different ways, but mostly from left to right. The finishing par-five 18th will make or break your round. The fairway is guarded by a creek that cuts twice across it, and ultimately feeds into the pond protecting the left side of the green. The layup zone is small, and you must avoid multiple bunkers on the right side. The slopes and contours of this green can be tricky, but with most pin placements here they can help you stick that wedge close with a well-struck shot.

Rich in competitive history, TPC Myrtle Beach is a bucket-list course that’s ready for you and your golf buddies to write your own memorable chapter! Our Waccamaw Golf Trail package gives you the chance to pair TPC Myrtle Beach with your choice of several other area designs during your next visit. For more information on this package, click here.

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