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Our steaks are U.S.D.A. PRIME, (including our Filet Mignon), and are Dry-Aged in House. U.S.D.A. Prime Beef makes up less than 3% of ALL Beef produced in the United States. We offer the Freshest of Seasonal Seafood, including Wild Caught Salmon, Chilean Sea Bass & Lobster. Our Italian Selections are all made in house, from scratch'.
Standards of service and ingredients are of the highest available.
Enjoy over 300 selections from our 2013-2022 Wine Spectator Award of Excellence, Wine List.
Enjoy over 115 of the Best Rye and Bourbon Selections, more than 40 of the finest Single Malt Scotches, Craft Beer selections or a hand crafted cocktail at the bar.
Chef Shane Ratliff also creates nightly entree features that will make your mouth water.
Private Dining Room is available for up to 55 persons.
Bistro 90...Truly, 'A Cut Above'.
Our comfortable dining room features warm woods and original art, making it a relaxing respite from the hustle bustle of the world outside. Our attentive and experienced staff provides the perfect ambiance for a casual dinner, special event or business occasion. Our full bar boasts a wide selection of Scotch, Bourbon and Rye whiskeys. Several nights a week, we feature live entertainment from local favorite musicians.
Chestnut Hill in Myrtle Beach, SC specializes in regional cuisine served in a friendly atmosphere. A dressy casual spot, it has both a dining room and bar, making it family-friendly but also perfect for meeting friends for a drink and bite to eat.
The menu at Chestnut Hill reflects a commitment to local ingredients with many specialties incorporating the fresh seafood of the region. There are also grilled specialties such as the signature beef medallions, but there are also plenty of vegetarian dishes, as well. The bar menu features finger foods and small plates perfect for pairing up with a drink, but Chestnut Hill also has fresh soups, salads and main courses to choose from each day.
Please contact the restaurant for large parties of 8 or more. Security deposits may be applicable.
We are the newest Italian restaurant in Myrtle Beach. An elegant atmosphere to relax and taste uniquely authentic food, with a twist of creativity from our executive chef Celio Pereira! House made focaccia, pesto, lasagna, eggplant parm, zuppa di pesce .....and many other dishes that match the best Italian culinary tradition! And our vibrant bar is ready to serve any cocktails, liquors and a large selection of Italian and international wines. Giovanni and Ilma Carapelli are waiting to welcome you!
- OTSouth Carolina •3 reviews4.0Dined 5 days agoIt was a good overall experience. The food was good but now wow. They are pricey compared to their piers like The New York Prime and Bistro 99.More infoAspen GrillePrice: Expensive• American• Myrtle Beach•4.8
- AEAnthonyEExclusive •4 reviews5.0Dined on Nov 28, 2023This was our first time at this restaurant. We went to celebrate our anniversary. We were greeted at the door by our server. We were then seated at a nice booth off to the side. The first thing I noticed was the jazz standard being piped in. Nice. After that it was acoustic guitar covers of sixties and seventies pop. All at a pleasant volume. Our server offered warm lemon water, which my wife accepted. After hearing the specials we ordered a bottle of wine. My wife had the French onion soup, and the Braised Beef tips, (special). I had a small house salad, and the NY strip with crumbled blue cheese on the side. Both meals were delicious including the sides of deep fried Brussels sprouts with a balsamic glaze for dipping, along with a coarse mashed baked potato. The service was excellent. We will definitely be returning in the future. We highly recommend giving this restaurant a try. For dessert we had the pumpkin praline cheesecake on a plate decorated for our Anniversary. The attention to detail was very evident.More info42nd Street Bar & GrillPrice: Moderate• American• Myrtle Beach•4.8
- DMDaveMOttawa •8 reviews5.0Dined on Nov 27, 2023Ciao Myrtle Beach never disappoints. We were warmly greeted and our Open Table reservation provided us with a window table. Now, this was just after US Thanksgiving, yet it was very busy - a testament to the house, given that most holiday travelers had gone home. Food! Our server started things with a basket of hot Italian bread accompanied by the house original walnut dipping oil - hard not to eat it all! Starting with with a light Pinot Grigio and a Peroni, we shared Ciao's remarkable Mozzarella Caprese. Yes, they make it there! Rich and delicious with slabs of tomatoes, scattered pitted olives and a drizzle of you-know-what.! Aware of the large portions served here, my date ordered the appetizer Eggplant Rollatini, which she reported was outstanding. I went with my favorite, the Veal Parmesan, slathered in the homemade mozzarella and served with a lovely marinara over perfect pasta (your choice). Both arrived piping hot and were delicious. There was, of course, no room for dessert. A terrific dining experience. Make sure you arrive hungry!More infoCiao Italian RestaurantPrice: Moderate• Italian• Myrtle Beach•4.8
- DSDebSSouth Carolina •2 reviews5.0Dined on Nov 23, 2023Excellent service, food was excellent, and I must comment on the exceptional wait staff. They definitely had their hands full given the holiday volume but they managed to get the food orders 100% correct and they served customers with courtesy and professionalism. Great experience!More infoLandry's Seafood House - Myrtle BeachPrice: Moderate• Seafood• Myrtle Beach•4.1
- IizzyGreater Boston •3 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Our waiter was Jessie is the best . We ask for him all the time.More infoNew York Prime Steakhouse - Myrtle BeachPrice: Expensive• Steak• Myrtle Beach•4.8
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Charleston’s got a celebratory soul, and food is practically a religion here. Which explains why its special-occasion restaurants are forces to be reckoned with. While many of its most festive restaurants are in its historic downtown, surrounded by views of horse-drawn carriages and cobblestone streets, others are on some of the smaller islands, complete with stunning coastal views. Whether you’re ringing in a birthday, anniversary, promotion, or simply just because, the city’s thriving restaurant scene has the ideal spot. Read on for a guide to 11 special-occasion worthy restaurants in Charleston to book now.
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Myrtle Beach functions as a city and a vacation resort area. This means that culinary icons from across the country have flocked here to showcase their skills. Italian food in the city is particularly established. Cafes in the downtown area have complete Italian entrees in addition to drinks and pastries. Local linguine and other pastas have made national news for their consistency and freshness. Myrtle Beach waffles are also popular among the local crowd. These waffles are grilled on a special burner, which leads to a creamy flavor once fruits and sugars have been injected. In South Carolina, it's not uncommon to have breakfast throughout the day. Myrtle Beach features streets filled with restaurants that compete with each other to develop authentic and savory dishes.
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