Crown Reef Resort

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Welcome to Crown Reef, a family friendly oceanfront resort hotel located on the south end of Myrtle Beach. Our on-site Water Park makes us one of a kind!
2913 South Ocean Boulevard 29577 Myrtle Beach South Carolina, United States
Crown Reef Phone: (855) 318-1896 Ocean View of Resort Room rates: $40 - $175 Check-in: 04:00 PM Check-out: 11:00 AM Fax:(843) 916-0735 Hotel Features: View Map No
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2913 South Ocean Boulevard Myrtle Beach, Horry 29577
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Where to Eat at Broadway at the Beach

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We get this question a lot, and we love to do the research required to answer it, where should you eat when you are at Broadway at the Beach?

There are so many options to choose from, there isn’t a wrong answer here, but we do have our own personal favorites that we know you will love too!

Liberty Steakhouse and Brewery: Liberty’s is the quintessential American fare eatery, whether you stop in for lunch, happy hour, dinner or late night you will be treated to delicious fare and craft brewed beer! Liberty’s features a fairly extensive happy hour and late night menu, so you can kick off the night right or wrap it up in a delicious fashion. We recommend off the happy hour menu, the Tommy Texas Cheese Fries, you can do liberty fries or wedges, smothered in cheese, ranch, bacon and scallions, mmm oh so good! Pop in late night and you have to try the Pub “Nachos”, a spin on the classic nacho. Fresh made pub chips are covered in ale queso, applewood smoked bacon, jalapenos, tomatoes and scallions for a decadent combination.

Amici’s Bistro: This delightful place is possibly some of the most authentic Italian cuisine to be had in Myrtle Beach in our humble opinion. Start out with a tasty appetizer of Lasgne Frite, fried lasagna. Amici’s takes their lasagna bites and fries them to perfection served with a side of marinara. From there it becomes a little more difficult to make dining decisions, because it is all so yummy! For the sake of objectivity we have sacrificed and tried a few, but our front runner has to be Tortellini Michelangelo! Tortellini Michelangelo is tri-colored tortellini sautéed with spinach and prosciutto and tossed with alfredo sauce, served with a side salad. Come back a second time to be sure to try their pleasingly crispy brick oven pizza. Regardless of your entrée be sure to finish your meal with fresh mini cannoli!

Sweet Carolina’s Lowcountry Grill and Smokehouse: When you visit South Carolina, having barbecue is a must and a southerner’s way of life! We love the authentic feel and taste of Sweet Carolina’s and recommend the Barbecue Trio to get a taste of all that there is to offer! Come hungry and ready to chow down on pulled pork, brisket and other smoked options. Sweet Carolina’s starts your meal off with some of the best cornbread we have ever had the privilege of trying and be ready to ask for seconds. We recommend pairing your Barbecue Trio with the BBQ Slaw or Sweet Potato Casserole. And you absolutely have to try the Peach Cobbler Skillet for dessert!

Did we make you hungry? We know we sure are now! Those are just a few of the delicious places to sate your hunger and trust us you will talk about the great service and fantastic food long after your trip has ended!