Top 5 Restaurants Near or On The Greens in Myrtle Beach

With over 80 award winning golf courses in the Myrtle Beach area it’s only right that the cuisine matches the pristine nature of many of these courses.With Myrtle Beach being along the Atlantic Ocean it offers many delicious local seafood options as well as terrific local Southern cuisine too. Many restaurants near these golf courses along The Grand Strand in Myrtle Beach have embraced this local cuisine and jazzed it up with some award winning chefs to run their restaurants. So rather than making dinner or lunch reservations somewhere away from the courses  for you or your group, take a look at what a few of these restaurants have to offer. Here is a list of the top 5 restaurants near  or on the greens in the Myrtle Beach area.


Norman’s Grille is an Australian heritage restaurant on the waterfront at Barefoot Landing in Myrtle Beach, SC. The menu includes exotic Australian fare and a wine list that has received the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for 16 years, consistently ranking Normans as Myrtle Beach’s premier steak and seafood restaurant. Guests can enjoy waterfront dining for lunch and dinner daily and Sunday brunch. Their Happy Hour Is extremely enjoyable too where you can enjoy your cocktails as the boats float by. There are also over 200 docking spots if you plan on going with your boat.


The Robert White Pub at Pine Lakes Country Club in Myrtle Beach was named to honor the architect of its original golf course, and it offers a delicious menu in pleasant surroundings. Robert White is in the Myrtle Beach Golf Hall of Fame, and the golf course and its clubhouse was a playground for America’s most wealthy and famous golfers. Breakfast and lunch are served daily in the Robert White Pub at Pine Lakes. Offering a full service bar and wonderful views of the golf course, The Robert White Pub is a great place for the entire family for breakfast on the weekends.


Alisa Pub at Legends Golf & Resort is located inTurnberry Village. Ailsa Pub serves as the perfect way to end your day after enjoying your day on the links.  On two separate occasions, the Ailsa Pub has made the list of “Top 50 19th Holes in America” by Golf Digest, and the only one in South Carolina. The Scottish themed Ailsa Pub offers a spacious dining area that can accommodate a wide variety of group sizes. Recent upgrades to the pub include an outdoor seating area with an outdoor bar – featuring numerous large flat screen TVs, screened-in lounge area and bbq pit.


Caledonia’s Grillroom is located in the Caledonia’s clubhouse, with beautiful views of the rice fields, Intercoastal waterway and its 18th hole. Caledonia’s Grillroom welcomes the public and is ideal for golfers, locals and visitors. The menu features signature dishes served in a friendly resort casual dining environment. Family friendly and Handicap accessible. Highlights to their menu are homemade soups, salads, wraps, seafood options, barbeque, burgers, heart smarts and daily specials. Also make sure to look at their wine list and happy hour specials. You will not be disappointed!


Quigley’s Pint & Plate at Pawleys Island is located between Litchfield Beach and Pawleys Island. Quigley’s Pint & Plate is a hidden gem that you won’t want to miss if you are enjoying a round on the south end of the Strand. The fiery menu includes southern favorites with a Cajun flare. Quiglehys is known for its authentic cuisine and affordable prices. A must stop dining experience when on your Myrtle Beach golf trip.

21 thoughts on “Top 5 Restaurants Near or On The Greens in Myrtle Beach”

  1. I have been to Norman’s Grille, definitely lived up to the hype. Looking forward to trying out the others.

  2. Can anyone suggest the best time of year to visit Myrtle Beach for golf? I’m hoping to plan a trip where I can balance the golf and dining experience.

  3. I don’t know about you guys, but the thought of enjoying cocktails while the boats float by at Norman’s Grille sounds like my kind of golf trip. Wish I had a boat to dock there!

  4. Wow! I ate at Norman’s Grille last time I was in Myrtle Beach. It truly was a top notch experience. The wine selection was exceptional.

  5. I visited Quigley’s Pint & Plate on my last trip. Great brews and food. I highly recommend their blackened catfish – a culinary hole-in-one!

  6. I have to agree that the Myrtle Beach area is simply stunning! I’ve had the pleasure of golfing at some of these courses, and the exquisite cuisine is just the cherry on top.

  7. Now I’m hungry reading about all these fabulous restaurants! I’ve been to Caledonia’s Grillroom and it’s just as good as you described, can’t wait to try the others.

  8. The Caledonia’s Grillroom really caught my attention. Looking forward to trying their signature dishes.

  9. Visited Quigley’s Pint & Plate last year. Their authentic cuisine is really good. Definitely a must-visit place!

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