Myrtle Beach, S.C.

83. Breakfast Restaurants

Breakfast Restaurants

Many vacationers and visitors like to get out of their rooms and start their days early at any one of the fantastic Myrtle Beach breakfast restaurants. From buffets to full-service diner-style restaurants, nobody cooks up pancakes, eggs, bacon and waffles any better than our area chefs. Long before fast-food chains got into the business, America fell in love with breakfast and brunch away from home. Whether part of a Sunday drive, or for America’s early-morning workforce, or just for a chance to socialize, the esteemed pancake houses and roadside breakfast restaurants became a permanent part of the landscape beginning in the 1930s and 1940s. Today that tradition continues. Here along the Grand Strand you can’t drive 100 feet and not be enticed by one or more of these charming establishments, steeped in tradition and ready to serve. They say it’s the most important meal of the day, so make sure it’s delicious.

Sea Captain’s House

from 8 reviews

Enjoy a hot breakfast and beautiful views of the ocean at Sea Captain’s House on Ocean Boulevard. Sea Captain’s breakfast choices include omeletes, benedicts, eggs, pancakes, waffles, a full breakfast buffet, and specialties such as Steak & Eggs, Corned Beef Hash & Eggs, Smoked Salmon Sandwich, Biscuits & Gravy, and the Captain’s Breakfast, which includes two pancakes, two eggs, a choice of bacon or sausage, and a choice of grits or home fries. 

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Croissants Bistro & Bakery

from 2 reviews

Boasting two locations in Myrtle Beach, Croissants Bistro & Bakery is a great choice for breakfast. The restaurant serves up breakfast Monday – Saturday until 4 p.m. as well as on Sunday until 2 p.m. Enjoy a selection of crepes, benedicts, smoothies, omeletes, and house specialties like Shrimp & Grits, Huevos Ranchers, Fried Green Tomatoes, Chicken and Waffles, and more. Or, opt for a delicious pastry from the bake case!

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Kirk Franklin's Gospel Brunch at House of Blues

from 32 reviews

Enjoy breakfast/brunch with a side of Gospel every Sunday as only the House of Blues can deliver. The gospel group Glory performs on and off between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. each Sunday at the Gator bar Restaurant at the House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach. A fabulous Lowcountry breakfast buffet features carving stations, chicken and waffles, jambalaya, made-to-order omelets and much more. 9 a.m.- 2 p.m, reservations recommended but not required.

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Golden Griddle Pancake House

Since 1975, this North Myrtle Beach landmark has served golfers with those early tee times, and scores of vacationers and locals eager to start their day on the beach with a hearty all-American breakfast. Made to order omelets, hash browns, home fries, waffles, grits, fresh, hot coffee, daily specials, senior and kids’ menu, dine-in or carryout, has made the Golden Griddle a must visit for so many.

Eggs Up Grill

With five locations to serve you, Eggs Up Grill is quickly becoming the place for discriminating diners along the Grand Strand. Signature omelets, corned beef hash & eggs, Hollandaise-drenched Eggs Benedict and Eggs Florentine, and of course good ol’ classic eggs how you like ‘em served with toast, bacon or sausage, and coffee. That’s just a taste of what awaits you at Eggs Up. Pancakes, waffles and a full lunch menu, too!

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Tupelo Honey

The motto here is Creative Southern Food That’s Good For The Soul,” which is a perfect representation of what you’ll find at this Market Common eatery. Rooted in traditional Southern staples, the menu reaches into various American and international cuisines to bring an interesting twist to the table.

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Applewood House of Pancakes

This family-owned establishment has a loyal local following among the Pawleys Island/Litchfield Beach crowd. The Vlahos family, the owners and operators since 2005, is very active in the community and the support shows in brisk business for breakfast and lunch. Applewood is not just a good place to eat; it’s also a friendly place to visit.

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Dino’s House of Pancakes

from 2 reviews

This North Myrtle Beach mainstay is a great place to fill up the whole family, whether you and your people are in the mood for a hearty breakfast or a tall stack of pancakes, or both. They also serve a lunch menu of sandwiches, salads, and burgers until 2 p.m.

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Hot Stacks Pancake House

Liked the piled-high pancakes that gave this place its name, Hot Stacks stores are starting to pile up on the Grand Strand. There are now three locations – Myrtle Beach, Restaurant Row and North Myrtle Beach – which says something about a growing local chain in a market flooded with breakfast joints. The less-popular lunches are tasty too.

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Olympic Flame Pancake House

Some people say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. If you agree, and if what you’re looking for is a variety of home-cooked dishes for the whole family, then Olympic Flame Pancake House is worth a visit. More than just pancakes, this breakfast and lunch spot has been serving locals and vacationers in the heart of Myrtle Beach since 1975.

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