Murrells Inlet is an unincorporated area and census-designated place straddling the line between Horry and Georgetown Counties in South Carolina, United States. The population was 7,547 at the 2010 census. The community was once primarily a fishing village, but has grown substantially in modern time, along with the rest of the Grand Strand, into a popular tourist and retirement location. It is most known for the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk, a ⁄2-mile-long (0.8 km) boardwalk overlooking a salt marsh and which houses many restaurants.
Things to do in Murrells Inlet
5 based on 374 reviews
A unique combination of fabulous Italian and Lebanese cuisine!At Pacino’s it's equal parts dishes from across the region melded with warm attentive service. The menu features dishes from Italy all the way to Lebanon with stops in between – including regional wine favorites. All our dishes are prepared to order using fresh local ingredients. Our menu includes traditional dishes as well as unique culinary creations that you won’t find anywhere else. They are sure to delight any taste bud. Live music adds to the ambience on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.
What an awesome meal. This is an authentic Italian, several course meal, so don't let the "Mediterranean" fool you (I wasn't exactly sure what they meant by Mediterranean so at first I didn't want to go there). Everything was so tasty we are definitely putting this into the rotation for our annual myrtle beach golfing outing.
Our server was very attentive and friendly. The place is small so the tables were a little closer together than I am usually comfortable with but the food made up for that.
Their salad dressing was very good, the garlic bread was amazing and the marinara sauce on the chicken parm and lasagna was oh so good.
4.5 based on 100 reviews
Twisters is a GREAT little ice cream shop, and I do mean little. It is tasty, but a bit pricey and can get BUSY during the summer.
4.5 based on 357 reviews
Very creative plates with wonderful combinations of savory flavors. Service Staff gave a detailed description of dishes and responsive service. Little did I know what a treat I was in for while visiting friends in the area. Best meal I consumed in my 5 day visit.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The Hot Fish Club provides a variety of rooms for your events. You can find comfort in our 150-seat inside dining room with a decor inspired by the natural beauty of the inlet. Or you may want to relax in the 70-seat enclosed Creekview Porch that is comfortably heated in the Winter and cooled in the warmer months. The open-air Gazebo Bar with a 700 sq. ft. deck on the water might be your preference for the occasion. Or the perfect site may be in our vast green grass yard spread under the 200 year-old Live Oaks. Whichever your choice may be, you will be pleased to find the absolute best view of Murrells Inlet and the ocean jetties. We also offer an assortment of live entertainment, and can help you select from over 75 bands, featuring anything from beach music to reggae to funk.
The food is good and there is something for everyone. Lots of families there when we dined resulting in a high decibel level. Many dishes fried but other preparations available.
Had the soft shell crab-sauce on it was tasty but overpowered the crab. Probably fine if don't order the special and stick to traditional dishes.
4.5 based on 102 reviews
My dad and I had a hot fudge sundae, my grandma had key lime, mom had pistachio and kids had waffle cones, one with vanilla and one with chocolate. Everyone loved theirs! We will be back.
4.5 based on 896 reviews
The only restaurant in Murrells Inlet with a natural view on the water. We cater to all tastes and have something for everyone. Fresh local seafood, certified Angus steaks, slow roasted hickory smoked prime rib and pork roast, are some of our specialties. Waterside dining, and a rustic atmosphere, we are sure you will enjoy your time with us.
We discovered Murrells Inlet on our last day of vacation, and we're thrilled to have done so. We walked through the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk and didn't see a restaurant we just 'had' to try so we kept driving a bit farther down the road and...MoreGlad to hear that your visit was a successful and enjoyable one. Many people will read your review and stop in for a meal with us. Thank you. Ella
4.5 based on 71 reviews
Saw review for homemade ice cream. TA rated this high so we checked it out. Very plain underwhelming decor. I didn't see anything that really screamed they make their own ice cream. Different flavors in big buckets but I'd suspect they buy from a distributor. They had several flavors and some unique special. I had Oreo Surprise which was crushed Oreos, chocolate fudge, chocolate ice cream and whip cream. It was very rich but again, not overwhelming. $5.
Not a memorable experience. Just blah.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We serve fresh Seafood, Steak Chicken, and ribs also dailey lunch specials.
Our local friend brought us here because of the crab cakes without fillers and good prices. Off menu, for low carb, I ordered a crab cake YUMMY on side salad (average iceberg lettuce type). Wife had shrimp, Cole slaw and fries, all wonderful. Waitress was most scattered I've seen in years, but apologized nicely, so overall a good experience, but the management needs to train / oversee better.
4 based on 794 reviews
Voted “best restaurant with a view” and “most romantic” by The Sun News; Gulfstream Cafe is the only restaurant on the Strand overlooking the ocean on one side and Murrells Inlet on the other. Watch the sun set from the upstairs bar or deck and savor the creamy She-Crab soup, jumbo lump Crab Cakes, daily catch or Southern favorites- such as fried Lobster Tail. Offering something for everyone: live music, seasonal Oyster Roasts and Sunday brunch with a build your own Bloody Mary bar. Located at the south end of Garden City next to Marlin Quay Marina.
We were promptly greeted and brought to a table by the wondeful hostess Amy. Our waiter Jason Birch provided impeccable service throughout the night. The food and drink was also outstanding. Highly recommend this establishment as the views were breath taking. You will not be disappointed.
4.5 based on 988 reviews
We are located at the south end of Business 17 across the street from Hot Fish Club and Nance's. GPS's may or may not find us. Call for directions. We do not take reservations and we are NOT open for Lunch
We ate at Russels Seafood Grill March 5/18. We were hungry for some seafood while on our yearly trip to South Carolina. We were told that Russels was a good place for what we wanted. It did not disappoint. I believe it is family owned. The hush puppies were excellent. Our party had a variety of seafood items and we all enjoyed everything.
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