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Top Barefoot Landing Restaurants

By Vacation Myrtle Beach

Barefoot Landing, located in North Myrtle Beach is a popular place for shopping, entertainment and dining. We've narrowed down the options for our pick of the best restaurants at Barefoot Landing to help you choose during your next vacation.

Castano’s Italian Steakhouse: Owned by Darlene and Curtis Brown, this Italian steakhouse restaurant offers up a variety of delicious choices with a smile. Their great atmosphere and friendly staff make for the perfect evening out at this Barefoot Landing restaurant. Whether you choose to sit in the lounge during happy hour or take in the views of the 27-acre lake from your indoor or outdoor table or choose to dine in a private booth you won’t be disappointed. You’ll be able to start your dinner off with a tasty appetizer, soup or salad and continue on to your main entrée. Their pasta dishes will make anyone’s mouth water with choices like “Mama’s Lasagna,” “Albert’s Alfredo,” or “Sinatras Trio.” If you prefer a non-pasta item, they have plenty of entrées to choose from including “Pollo Parmigiano,” “Craballicous,” and “Too Fresh To Name,” which is the fresh catch of the day. Be sure to check them out during your next vacation!

Dick’s Last Resort: If you don’t mind a few jokes while you are eating and you can use a good laugh, then Dick’s Last Resort restaurant at Barefoot Landing is a great choice. Self proclaimed on their website as “The Shame O’ Barefoot Landing,” Dick’s provides restaurant-goers with amusement during their meal. Be warned, they might construct a paper hat for you (that they will make you wear) with whatever they want written on it or you might just have a bunch of napkins thrown at you. Humor and fun is the name of the game at Dick’s Last Resort! They serve all kinds of beer from various locations like Holland and Ireland and for eats, they serve up both lunch and dinner with items like half-pound burgers, salads and seafood. If you don’t mind a little joking around or just want to try something unconventional, then check out Dick’s Last Resort during your next Myrtle Beach vacation!

Crossroads at House of Blues: While you may just think of music when you think of the House of Blues, this Barefoot Landing venue also has an excellent restaurant within it call Crossroads. Typically, they even have live music on Saturday nights and a Gospel Brunch on Sundays. Their menu, put together by Food Network star Aaron Sanchez, includes both lunch and dinner. A variety of appetizer will get your hunger jumpstarted with items like “Hand Stretched Grilled Flatbreads Basil Pesto and Tomato,” or “Voodoo Shrimp.” For your main course you can choose from their market fish of the day anyway you want it: sautéed, blackened or grilled. Or, you can go with one of their classic items like “Shrimp and Grits,” “New York Strip,” or “St. Louis Ribs.” They also create a variety of burgers, sandwiches and desserts to satisfy your hunger. Whether you grab a bite to eat before a concert or want to relax while enjoying your meal, Crossroads is a great pick!

Fire Island and Grille: If you want to have a little bit of an island getaway while on your Myrtle Beach vacation, then Fire Island and Grille will offer you just that. This Barefoot Landing restaurant allows you to escape to the tropics with their island décor and tasty dishes. Whether you choose to go there for lunch, relax at dinner or just stop in for a cocktail, you won’t be disappointed. You can choose from an array of island inspired dishes like “Gator Bites” for starters and “Surf and Turf,” “Hawaiian Chicken,” “Fire Island Cheeseburger” or “Mayan Crab Cakes,” for your main entrée. Looking to try out a drink that will make you think you are laying in hammock in the tropics? Then try a “Hurricane,” “Pineapple Crusher,” or a “Bacardi Dragon Berry Mojito,” and let you worries be whisked away. Whether you are looking for a tasty meal or just stopping in for an evening cocktail, Fire Island and Grille won’t disappoint.

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