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6 Tastiest Brunch Spots in Myrtle Beach

By Julia Diem

While many Vacation Myrtle Beach resorts offer breakfast options on-site, you may choose to have a leisurely morning one day during your vacation and decide to combine breakfast and lunch into a delicious brunch. If that sounds like the perfect way to spend your vacation, you’re in luck because the Myrtle Beach area has some of the best brunch options around!

These brunch restaurants cover the classics and a few unique items you may have never heard of before now. Whether you’re feeling adventurous, want a little bit of everything with a brunch buffet, or want to try something totally new, these Myrtle Beach brunch spots are sure to impress.

Here are the 6 best brunches in Myrtle Beach.


Gulfstream Café

  • Address: 1536 S Waccamaw Dr, Murrells Inlet
  • Price Point: $$
  • Sunday brunch served 10am-2pm

Each Sunday, Gulfstream Café, located just a short drive south in Murrells Inlet, provides guests with one of the most popular brunches in the area. Here you can get delicious fresh made-to-order omelets from their omelet bar, create a concoction at the create-your-own Bloody Mary Bar, enjoy locally-baked bagels and so many other tasty items like bacon, sausage, grits and French toast.

They also have a couple of specialty items that can be ordered separate from the brunch options each week which may include She-Crab Soup, Oyster Shooters, Seafood Crepes, and King Crab Omelets. This brunch is best enjoyed with their views of the ocean and the inlet!


Photo Credit: Gulfstream Cafe


Gospel Brunch at the House of Blues

  • Address: 4640 Hwy 17 S, North Myrtle Beach
  • Price Point: $$
  • Most Sundays at 10am

A favorite of many in South Carolina, the Gospel Brunch at the House of Blues at Barefoot Landing is on most Sundays. Be sure to check their calendar though for availability and to buy tickets in advance. What makes this Sunday brunch special is that you’ll enjoy live musical performances while you eat.

Menu items include croissants, rolls, muffins, fruit, shrimp, scrambled eggs, BBQ chicken, apple wood smoked bacon and so much more. They also have a Bloody Mary bar, honey-baked ham carving station, and an omelet station. For dessert they feature fresh-baked cookies, brownies, and banana bread pudding. The House of Blues is well known for its delicious food and its great live music – when you combine them together you get the Gospel Brunch!


Croissants Bistro & Bakery

  • Address: 8014 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach
  • Price Point: $$
  • Monday-Saturday until 3:30pm

Unlike most other Myrtle Beach restaurants that only serve brunch on Sunday, Croissants Bistro & Bakery has you covered every other day of the week. On their brunch menu you’ll find a nice mix between classic breakfast and lunch options, allowing everyone in your group to order what they’re in the mood for.

A few of the menu favorites include the banana foster french toast, chicken & waffles, and the wide variety of eggs benedict options. For great food and bakery items, you can’t go wrong with this eatery.


Chestnut Hill

  • Address: 9922 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach
  • Price Point: $$
  • Sunday brunch from 10am-1:30 pm

If you are staying near the Restaurant Row area of Myrtle Beach, you may want to check out Chestnut Hill for their award-winning Sunday brunch. Start your Sunday off on a fun note with house blended Bloody Marys or bottomless Mimosas. For food, they offer a wide variety of Southern favorite breakfast items like cheese grits and crab cake benedict or heartier lunch items like ribs and seafood options.

If you are staying nearby Chestnut Hill during your next Myrtle Beach vacation, be sure to check out the famous brunch at this delicious seafood restaurant!


Tupelo Honey Southern Kitchen & Bar

  • Address: 3042 Howard Ave, Myrtle Beach
  • Price Point: $$
  • Saturdays and Sundays until 4pm

Located at The Market Common, Tupelo Honey is the go-to spot for Southern classics. Whether this is your first time enjoying a true Southern brunch or you’ve lived in the south your entire life, Tupelo Honey is one of the best places to try.

Start off strong with their pimento cheese dip or go straight in with their wide variety of waffles and benedicts, just be sure to try their fried chicken one way or another.


Where Will You Brunch in Myrtle Beach?

These 6 brunch spots in Myrtle Beach have it all! With fantastic breakfast options and lunch classics, we’re sure you and your crew will relish your late start to the day when you choose to eat at any of these restaurants.

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