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Restaurants Nearby Captain’s Quarters For Golfers
Many of the visitors to the Vacation Myrtle Beach resorts are golfers, here in the Grand Strand to enjoy some of the nearly 100 golf courses that the area has to offer. And after a day on the courses golfers want to head to a restaurant that has good food and cold drinks.
Here are some of the places that golfers at Captain’s Quarters are likely to enjoy:
Greg Norman’s Australian Grille- This North Myrtle Beach restaurant was not built to cater specifically for golfers, of course, but it is the creation of Australian pro golfer Greg Norman. You will find that the dishes on the menu are influenced by the down-under approach though, with an accent on wood grilled dishes of steak, chicken, lamb and different sea foods being represented on it. The restaurant has a lovely setting since during their meal diners get to look out over the Intracoastal Waterway at Barefoot Landing.
Damon’s- Damon’s Grill has many things that appeal to golfers and most any hungry vacationers: great views, great food and friendly service. Damon’s is known for their ribs and the beautiful ocean views that the southern Myrtle Beach location has off its back deck. Plus this restaurant is located just a short drive away from Captain’s Quarters Resort, making it easy to stop by and get some great food on your way back from hitting up the courses or on your way to some late afternoon tee-times.
Gulfstream Café- With some of the freshest seafood around and some of the best views of the Garden City inlet, Gulfstream Café is a great choice for a nice dinner after a day spent on several south-end golf courses. You can take in the great views in quiet Garden City Beach while enjoying some delicious seafood.
King Street Grill-King Street Grill is a great place for golfers to enjoy since it has a hearty and delicious menu, as well as a large sports bar area and overall relaxed atmosphere. This restaurant is known for their sandwiches and specialty waffle fries. Plus its location in the heart of Market Common also puts you close to several after-dinner entertainment options, from several bars to a movie theatre.
And for those who are looking to stay very close to their home away from home should also check out Loco Gecko Beach Shak. This restaurant has a funky atmosphere and is quickly making a name for itself in Myrtle Beach for its burgers.
These are just some of our top picks for golfers staying in Myrtle Beach. What are your favorite places to eat after a day on the course?