- LRLindaR1 review5.0Dined 4 days agoThree of our group loved their dinners: Grilled Ahi Tuna, Grilled Pork Chop and some huge amount of seafood on the Captain’s Shark plate (or something like that). I had the kangaroo appetizer as my main course and was disappointed in the portion size but they were very good tasting quite a bit like beef flatiron steak (slightly liverish). My mashed potatoes were delicious and plentiful. Two of us had a Crown Royal Peach a Rita and agreed they tasted weak. We skipped dessert but agreed the bread was wonderful. We would go again and recommend this restaurant to othersMore infoGreg Norman Australian GrillePrice: Expensive• Steakhouse• North Myrtle Beach•4.6
- AAlice1 review5.0Dined 6 days agoThe overall experience was delightful. Troy was a terrific waiter. The salads were excellent. Pork chop was the best my husband had ever eaten. I was a little disappointed in the ribeye- sorry I hadn’t ordered the fillet. Stuffed potato was a little dry. It’s a lovely restaurant- needs to make sure it lives up to it reputation.More infoBistro 90Price: Expensive• Steakhouse• Myrtle Beach•4.8
- EEricvipNew York / Tri-State Area •614 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023Another fantastic dining adventure at 21M. We started with a shrimp cocktail (which were cooked perfectly and colossal,,,OMG). After dining here multiple times in the past we decided to go a new direction for 2023 and ordered the pork osso bucco and chilean sea bass, which were both tender and mouth-watering. Always a 5 star dinner with fantastic people like Autumn, Marc and Kyle who made our special holiday night out even better with superb friendly service. A must for anyone looking to have that pinnacle dining experience!!More info21 Main at North BeachPrice: Expensive• Steak• North Myrtle Beach•4.8
- 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
- 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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