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.
With a combined 40 plus years in the Bartending/Restaurant Industry, Colin and Genene Muirhead are making a name for Hurricane Colinz. Striving for perfection, with both the menu and the guests, they are unparalleled in the industry.
They serve amazing food and offer great service that it can be compared to 5-star restaurants. They have a beautiful bar area and one of the best locations at Cherry Grove. There’s indoor and outdoor (upper deck with ocean views) seating, food is absolutely spot on. The bar’s great vibe combined with proper cocktails is just perfect.
We love this place and highly recommend Hurricane Colinz when you are visiting North Myrtle Beach, looking for a good place to eat.
Offering steaks and seafood, enjoy your evening out watching the sunset over Coquina Harbor at Clark’s Seafood & Chop House. This by far is one of our favorite places to dine in the NMB area. It is just a few minutes north of NMB in Little River. Look for the big sign on the right after you go across the big bridge. If you get to McDonalds, you have gone too far. Turn around and go back. It is worth it!
We love the filet and ribeye steaks at Clark’s. Their house salad is always good. If you like scallops, you should try them bacon wrapped. Its one of their signature appetizers.
Clark’s would definitely be on our list of fine dining establishments in the Grand Strand. When you come to the beach and want something special, try Clark’s Seafood & Chop House.
Martini won the Winner Diner’s Choice award in four consecutive years, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018. No wonder, they feature a classy menu of seafood and steaks, live jazz & blues several nights a week, and an energetic atmosphere. They had each been in the business for over 20 years but operated separate restaurants.
Classic food, spirits and entertainment is their passion. They always look forward to hosting the best dinner party on the beach every night of the week. That is why they are one of the locals favorite and vacationers must-try restaurant.
Their menu is creatively classic, highlighting their area’s local seafood as well as fresh steaks and pasta dishes. Daily specials and homemade soups are prepared from scratch daily for your enjoyment.
The list of appetizers is full of interesting dishes like Lobster Crepes, Filet Tips, and Mozzarella Melt, as well as standards like She-Crab Soup, Lump Crabcake, and Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail. Four Salads are also available, including their House Special, Caprese, Caribbean and a Chicken or Shrimp Caesar. Seafood and steaks are the focus of the Entrée menu, with rich dishes like Salmon Oscar, Grouper Newburg, Steak Diane, New Zealand Lamb, and Veal Parmesan.