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The ultimate in Myrtle Beach Chophouse dining. Clark’s is comfortable yet sophisticated and soaks up the beautiful Coquina Harbour for the perfect backdrop to delicious dining.
Clark’s offers only USDA Choice steaks. Our awe inspiring 14 oz. New York Strip, 9 oz. Filet Mignon, and Prime Rib are all served charred and bursting with prime aged flavor. Seafood is fresh and local, with a twist of seafood favorites which include oysters, shrimp, scallops and fresh catch of the day.
Our bar menu includes an extensive wine list which features a wide array of wines by the glass. Specialty martinis and cocktails and great cuisine take center stage at this scenic Little River restaurant. Clark’s Seafood and Chop House is at the top of the restaurant list for locals and Grand Strand visitors. Whether you come for lunch or dinner, we’re sure you will come back again and again.
There are five separate dining rooms, indoor and outdoor dining, live music and a Wine Spectator awarded wine list.The Brentwood is also the perfect venue for your next special event. This historic Victorian house will transform your special day into a one-of-a- kind celebration that is both modern and timeless.
From anniversary celebrations, rehearsal dinners to wedding ceremonies and receptions, you will experience our award winning cuisine and attentive staff in an elegant and truly unique setting. Our outdoor venue features a koi pond and waterfall, three tier fountains, outdoor bar, event stage and centuries old live oak trees. Contact us to schedule in person or virtual tours.
- FWFrancesW1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoWe had an amazing evening at this restaurant. The food was absolutely delicious and I found my favorite seafood dish! Everything was perfect and we will be back!More infoBrentwood Restaurant & Wine BistroPrice: Expensive• French• Little River•4.7
- AJAJSPKSvipSouthwest Florida •16 reviews5.0Dined 5 days agoThe meals were very interesting and well prepared. There are some interesting sea food opportunities with various boils.More infoHurricane Juel's RestaurantPrice: Moderate• Seafood• Little River•4.1
- CJChrisJSouth Carolina •1 review5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023We love eating at Clark’s! Best steaks in town every year we come down to Myrtle Beach we have to stop in and have Dinner at Clark’s.More infoClark's Seafood and Chop HousePrice: Moderate• Seafood• Little River•4.7
- OTOpenTable DinervipSouth Carolina •5 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Always good! Never disappoints. We have been often.More infoThe Oyster Rock Waterfront SeafoodPrice: Moderate• Seafood• Calabash•4.8
- KGKenGCoastal North Carolina •4 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023The food is consistently outstanding. The fried oysters are spot on. The gumbo is unmatched. They are a favorite go to!More infoThe Boundary House RestaurantPrice: Moderate• Southern• Calabash•4.5
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Approximately 20 miles north of Myrtle Beach's famous Restaurant Row is the community of Little River. As a unique area in close proximity to the Grand Strand, Little River boasts signature golf courses and first-class entertainment. While the town is famously known for its nautical-themed seafood eating establishments, an array of other dining establishments with a unique charm and character can be found here as well. You'll find everything from waterfront eateries to casual pubs. Fresh local seafood abounds, but fried green tomatoes and barbecue ribs are popular too. This town offers a slower pace of life where you won't experience long lines to wait for dinner.
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The best reviewed restaurant in Little River is Brentwood Restaurant & Wine Bistro
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