Dining at Umberto’s is like joining a large Italian family for a feast. The mood is casual and festive and the service is formal and friendly. They are the Italian Restaurant of choice at Barefoot Resorts and Barefoot Landing.
Their goal is to provide exceptional food and service with a personal touch to each and every customer. Umberto’s puts its own unique spin on traditional Italian cuisine and also offers an abundance of surf and turf.
Their style of dining experience begins with an Italian beans and greens followed by salad. Prior to your entree, they also serve angel hair pasta in their homemade marina sauce. They have a selection of made to order desserts such as cannolis and their family style Ninas surprise. Umberto’s has a wide selection of beef, pork and lamb chops, plus the house special Steak Scampi topped with shrimp and lemon-butter sauce. Veal and chicken specials served with fresh pasta, soup, salad and bread come with the large portions. One of their specialty, the Ossobuco Milanese is so good it will keep your family coming back.
They still offer all the traditional Italian favorites, such as pizza, spaghetti and lasagna, so it’s a great place for picky kids and adults with a taste for something special.
Midtown Bistro probably has something for every taste and budget. They surely know what it takes to create great lunch and dining experiences.
Located in 2004 Hwy 17 South #3 North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Midtown Bistro brings a one-of-a-kind uniqueness to North Myrtle Beach.
The distinctive interior here features fish art on the walls, cherry-colored woods, and leopard print carpets, which create a relaxing bistro vibe for families, groups, or dates. Midtown Bistro is a calm, kid-friendly and quaint bistro where you can truly enjoy a meal. From Wings to Steak Diane, and all kinds of other appetizers, salads, sandwiches, burgers, pastas, and fish entrees, Midtown Bistro is a family-friendly spot for groups with wide-ranging tastes.
Their menu items are ranging from $2.99 – $29.99.
Located in the Market Common in Myrtle Beach, King Street Grille is an upscale sports bar with great beers, a scratch-made menu and great atmosphere.
King Street Grille fits right into the Market Common neighborhood, giving visitors a casual sports-bar option in an upscale shopping district. Guests can sit outside on the patio deck, in the dining room or at the bar without missing any of the action on the many TVs scattered throughout the establishment.
They are offering lunch, dinner, kids’ menu, entrees, burgers, sandwiches and more. They happily offer indoor and outdoor dining, to-go menu and UberEats delivery.
Their King’s Wings are famous, featuring unique flavors like Sweet Tea, Honey Mustard and Bacon, Thai Peanut and Old Bay, just to name a few of the 20-plus sauce options. The burgers are also popular picks, featuring the Texas Heart Stopper with a ton of toppings and a fried egg atop Texas toast. The Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls and Sliders loaded with bacon, cheese and grilled onions. But those with more sophisticated tastes have a wide array of salads, wraps and starters to choose from, and top entrees like the Asiago-Crusted Filet or the Charleston-Fried Chicken stuffed with crab meat and ham bring people back for seconds.
Duffy Street Seafood Shack is a favorite among locals and visitors alike. Their cheery decor and fresh seafood offerings are sure to please everyone in your crowd.
For those looking for an authentic beach shack food experience, this is your what you are looking for. Crab cakes, calamari, buffalo shrimp, clam strips, Carolina flounder and a low country boil are just the beginning of what you can enjoy here.
There is also a wealth of appetizers, salads, soups, sandwiches, and desserts. The kid’s menu offers a burger, chicken fingers, fried fish, and fried shrimp, all served with hush puppies and fries. Other mouth-watering platters include the grilled house rib-eye, smoked bbq ribs, and an array of seafood baskets, available fried or broiled. Enjoy everything from shrimp and scallops to flounder and crab.
Greg Norman’s Australian Grille serves up mouthwatering dishes and an award-winning wine menu, all in an upscale, family-friendly setting that will leave you feeling like you are sitting in one of Sydney’s finest harborside restaurants.
Customers can enjoy waterfront dining for lunch and dinner daily and Sunday brunch. Perfect patio pours are served during Happy Hour al fresco or in the Shark Pub where you can fill your glass. Waterborne patrons can enjoy 225 of dock space adjacent to the restaurant deck.
They are pleased to announce that their live music is back. Join them on the patio every Friday and Saturday from 5:30-8:30 pm, weather permitting.
Gift Cards are also available for you to treat your family, colleagues, or friends to a fine dining experience at one of the Grand Strand’s most famous restaurants.
The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro is an award-winning restaurant that is owned by a Chef and operated since 1994. The Brentwood has been owned and operated by Eric and Kimberlee Masson. They are committed to maintaining the historic charm of the house while elevating the menu with high quality ingredients and creative dishes.
Located inside a beautiful Victorian home that was built in 1910, The Brentwood Restaurant and Wine Bistro provides a beautiful atmosphere for a delicious French meal. They serve low country French cuisine made with the finest ingredients available. Chef Eric Masson takes a creative yet simple approach to his food, emphasizing quality local products in each dish. They also offer a great selection of vegetarian, gluten-free and children’s menu items.
In addition to their menu, they also provide catering for casual or formal events such as weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, corporate events and more. They are the perfect venue for your next special event. This historic Victorian house will transform your special day into a one-of-a- kind celebration that is both modern and timeless. Their outdoor venue features a koi pond and waterfall, three tier fountain, outdoor bar, event stage, outdoor kitchen and Chef’s private garden. Any size, any budget. Customized for you.
Join them for Happy Hour Tues-Sat 4-6 pm, Early Bird Menu available 4-5:30 pm. Open all major holidays.
Friendly’s is a place to go to feed the whole family on a budget. This is a great place to take the family, especially if you have some younger ones in the group.
For breakfast, Friendly’s serves twists on all of the standards like Bananas Foster Pancakes, Red Velvet Waffles, Brioche French Toast, and the Lumberjack Breakfast, which consists of three eggs, bacon or sausage, and pancakes or French toast. Other breakfast items include Omelettes, Scramblers, SuperMelt Sandwiches, and Healthier Options like oatmeal, yogurt, and fresh fruit. The Entrée menu includes popular items like Fish & Chips, Chicken Parmesan, and Fish Tacos, along with other options like Turkey Tips with fresh broccoli and rice pilaf, and the Signature Clam Boat, which consists of clam strips with tartar sauce and lemon served over fries and cole slaw.
If you have a sweet-tooth or children, save room for some ice cream at the end of the meal. Endless combinations of cones and sundaes can be made from their dozens of flavors and toppings, and brownies, milkshakes, and floats are also available.
Joe’s Bar and Grill is a North Myrtle Beach staple for over 30 years. They are open and serving both indoor and outdoor dining. Their Racoon Cove Deck Bar has become the Grand Strand’s best kept secret.
The restaurant has a rustic unique atmosphere, similar to a hunting and fishing lodge you might see in the mountains of upstate New York. They are nuzzled in between twisted live oak trees overlooking a beautiful salt tidal marsh. Their three dining areas plus two bars take full advantage of the view.
Joe’s Bar & Grill takes pride in their food and their service. They serve a variety of beef, veal, fresh seafood, and poultry dishes of the highest quality in a casual atmosphere seven days a week. They look forward to providing you and your friends a most enjoyable evening.
They are located in the Windy Hill section of North Myrtle Beach, across from the Alabama Theatre in Barefoot Landing and directly behind the Olive Garden Restaurant. They are open 7 days a week starting at 4:30 PM. Early bird dinner is Sunday through Thursday 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM. Happy Hour is from 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM, Sunday through Thursday.
The Original Benjamin’s Calabash Seafood is a culinary delight and an award-winning Myrtle Beach Buffet. They are a landmark of the Grand Strand.
They serve fresh local seafood daily. Their Myrtle Beach buffet is also world-famous for introducing the Myrtle Beach area to cooking seafood Calabash style. Calabash style seafood is lightly battered and deep-fried. If great food, family fun, and a good time are what you are craving, it is definitely the place you are looking for. They pride themselves in sourcing as much local seafood and produce as possible.
Along with seafood they also feature a full spread of Southern favorites, from their fried chicken and mashed potatoes to our very own homemade Mac and cheese. They feature over 170 items in their buffet to make sure to have something for everyone. Along with all the buffet items, their buffet also includes a crab station, carving station, a pasta station, and an in-house bakery. Their bakery creates fresh breads and desserts from scratch every day.