North Myrtle Beach Restaurants
Featured North Strand Restaurants
North Myrtle Beach Restaurants
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Greg Norman’s Australian Grille is located on the Intracoastal Waterway in Barefoot Landing, North Myrtle Beach.
Friendly, prompt service greets guests into the warm and inviting dining room. Or if you prefer your meal al fresco, you may also choose outdoor seating on the comfortable, 62-seat covered patio which overlooks Barefoot Marina and the Intracoastal Waterway. The restaurant is designed to make you feel that you are in Sydney's finest harbor-side eatery.
The lunch menu includes salads, sandwiches and a quiche of the day. Lunchtime favorites include homemade chicken salad sandwich served on fresh baked croissant and accompanied by a side of fresh fruit or a traditional Reuben sandwich on marbled rye served with house fries. The lunch menu features entrees that range in price from $9 to $14. The dinner menu ranges in price from $17 to $30 and includes wood-grilled steak and rotisserie classics like pork chops, veal, aged prime rib and more. Greg Norman’s Australian Grille is also known for excellent fish entrees.
In contrast to the bright surroundings of the patio seating, the inside area of the eatery is dimly lit and presents a romantic atmosphere. A golden glow envelopes the rooms making for a rich, warm and inviting atmosphere. Australian motif and Aboriginal artwork adorn the walls. The main dining room rests under a hand painted cathedral ceiling flanked by three artisan crafted eucalyptus leaf chandeliers. A full length mural of Ayers Rock, with cascading waterfalls transports bar guests to the middle of the Australian outback. Private dining rooms are also available upon request that can accommodate up to 24 guests.
Before he transformed into a restaurateur, vintner and clothing magnate, Greg Norman became known on the PGA circuit as “The Great White Shark” due to his white hair and aggressive style of play on the golf course. Norman spent 331 weeks as the world's number one ranked golfer in the 1980’s and 1990’s Norman’s crowning achievements are British Open Championships in 1986 and 1993. In total, Norman has won 91 professional events around the world, including 20 U.S. PGA Tour titles. At his Australian Grille outpost at Barefoot Landing, there is a modest retail shop that offers upscale golf shirts, pants and gloves.
Greg Norman’s Australian Grille at Barefoot Landing has received honors and the title “Best Fine Dining Restaurant and Most Romantic Restaurant” by Golf Digest. A distinction that is well-deserved!
Welcome to the North Myrtle Beach and North Strand on-line dining guide, a directory of restaurants and restaurant information for the city of North Myrtle Beach and North Strand.
Our dining guide includes all the restaurants in North Myrtle Beach and North Strand complete with maps, online menus, ratings, and reviews.
Whether you’re looking for take-out, delivery, a good place to take the family or a nice place to impress your date, our dining guide provides all the information you need.
The variety of dining experiences in this area reflects the fact that not all people have the same interests and lifestyles.
North Myrtle Beach and the North Strand retains your grandfather’s home town ‘mom and pop’restaurants while also hosting major national chains - both providing a wide range of dinning opportunities.
A great variety of dining experiences, created by the variety of sights, smells, sounds, tastes and social atmosphere can be found in this community.
Visit one of our Italian restaurants and inhale the sweetness of roasted garlic, the bite of onion, the acidity of fresh Roma tomatoes, and the warmth of melting cheese. Step into a restaurant that cooks its bread onsite and bask in the aroma of yeast. The tang of curry, cardamom, and coriander welcomes guests entering a Thai or Indian restaurant and sets their appetite for something hot and spicy. Fresh ginger, soy, scallions, seasame oil, lemon, plum and horseradish aromas are likely to greet the guest at a Chinese restaurant. Be prepared for your hunger to ignite when you step into a barbeque place and the air is heavy with the fragrance of smoke and spices.
Visitors and residents selections range from ‘all you can eat’ buffet style menus to fine dining with tuxedoed wait staff, and white table cloths.
In the North Myrtle Beach and North Strand, many restaurants offer high end gourmet selections and a feeling of being invited, catered to and a relaxed atmosphere where you are encouraged to linger over your meal and interact with others at your table.
Want a great wine list? Many impressive lists are found in the high end restaurants along with knowledgeable staff that can advise what wine would taste best with what entree. They can explain why a particular wine’s flavor, body, and taste would compliment and enhance any selection.
Many offer outdoor seating as weather permits. Some offer sidewalk gardens and indoor floral accents with local works of art and upscale décor.
Others offer an open kitchen plan. What is occurring in the cooking area enhances the visual component of the dining experience. A flash of blue flame marks the moment when white wine, extra virgin olive oil and garlic met in a hot pan to seer what soon would be on the guests' tables.
Menus that reflect international ingredients and foods of various cultures, nations and ethnic groups as well as traditional southern and coastal seafood are available that provides a diversity of dining experience in a real and memorable way.
In combination with a great dining experience, many restaurants offer breathtaking views of the beach, Atlantic Ocean shoreline or the Intracoastal Waterway.
Others offer a chance to experience times past in dinning areas located in the warmth of a well restored historical buildings dating more than a century.
If music adds to your dining experience, variety again awaits. Piano bars, Caribbean steel drum music, county music, rock and roll and torch singers all can be found in the restaurant community. At some places, live music spills out from an Irish singer in the bar area into the restaurant to surround a crowd sipping Irish whiskey and beer while enjoying casual or fine dining.
Get sand in your toes at beachside cafes where the sound of the ocean, music, dancing, great food, and surf views all combine to provide the guest a memorable experience.
In a hurry, but still want great food? Terrific pizza, hamburgers, sandwich shops, subs, falling-apart pork shoulder, spice-rubbed baby backs barbeque, Chinese or Mexican food all can be found in this guide. Curbside take-out or eat-in is available at many restaurants.