With Valentine’s Day rapidly approaching, it’s important that you set your plans for a romantic night out to celebrate that special someone in your life. After all, no one wants to be that person who has to scramble at the last minute and winds up treating their love to drive-thru fast food and gas station flowers. If you really want be a hero to significant other, after you’ve booked your Valentine’s Day vacation to Myrtle Beach, here are some of the best restaurants around the Grand Strand to enjoy a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner.
The Melting Pot
Sure, the Melting Pot may not be unique to Myrtle Beach, but the multiple course fondue experience is always a popular choice for a couple’s night out. The Melting Pot offers relaxing and warm ambience, friendly service and delicious dining choices. If you’re looking for a lighter meal guests can opt for a cheese fondue experience with artisan breads and seasonal fruits and vegetables. Or, for the full experience, the Melting Pot’s four-course offerings showcase amazing cuts of meat like filet mignon, Memphis style dry-rubbed pork, herb-crusted chicken breast. Vegetarian options are also available. Whatever you do, save room for dessert and be dazzled by an assortment of sweet treats like cheesecake bites, brownies and fresh fruit for dipping in four different decadent chocolate fondue choices. The Melting Pot is located at 5001 N Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach.
Collectors Cafe and Gallery
For a mouth-watering and eye-popping dining experience, Collectors Cafe and Gallery always surpasses expectations. This local favorite resides at 7740 N Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach and a visit will showcase a dazzling array of succulent beef dishes like filet of beef carpaccio and juicy USDA Prime ribeye. Guests can also choose from delightful local seafood choices ranging from their sauteed scallop cake to yellowfin tuna tartare with mango, sweet peppers and edamame. Following your meal, be sure to choose one of their tempting dessert options like their award-winning Tiramisu, blueberry pecan cobbler or vanilla bean creme brulee, or wash things down with a decadent digestif like an espresso martini or a Godiva Almond Joy. All the while you can enjoy over 100 works of art adorning the walls throughout the restaurant, from colorful paintings to intricate handcrafted sculptures. Reservations for this fantastic restaurant are highly recommended.
Hook and Barrel Restaurant
When in Myrtle Beach, you have to go out at least once for delicious local seafood. And if you decide that Valentine’s Day is the time to satisfy that craving, Hook and Barrel Restaurant is a perfect choice! With clean and modern design inspired by seascapes (check out the jellyfish-like light fixtures), Hook and Barrel offers breezy and inviting ambience that is fantastic for a couple’s night out. After you’re seated, a tremendous menu awaits featuring fresh oysters, steamed shrimp by the pound, paella for two, shrimp and grits and pan-seared scallops. If you’re not sold on the seafood, no worries! Hook and Barrel also offers options like their juicy 12 ounce ribeye or their signature peach pork tenderloin. After dinner, finish things up with spectacular desserts like homemade key lime pie or baked Alaska. Hook and Barrel Restaurant is open nightly, located at 8014 N Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach.
We could list dozens more amazing restaurants around the Grand Strand, but the best thing is to come down here to enjoy them yourself! Best of all, you can plan your Valentine’s Day trip to Myrtle Beach and take advantage of Beach Vacations’ Valentine’s Romantic Weekend deal at Barefoot Resort. You will receive a free romance package and your third night is absolutely free! Don’t wait until our condos book up. Book your Barefoot Resort condo for Valentine’s Day and show that special someone how much you care about them!