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Even After Hours, These 6 Myrtle Beach Restaurants Can Conquer Your Cravings

Especially when on vacation, hunger isn’t limited to normal business hours — or even to most people’s waking hours. And of course, no matter what time of the day or night Grand Strand vacationers may feel the urge to eat, the Myrtle Beach area — which is home to more than 1,500 restaurants — has them covered.


The next time you and your vacation crew need a late-night bite to eat in the Myrtle Beach area, visit one of these six top area eateries (all within 7 miles of Caribbean Resort & Villas) to get your fill:

Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville —

Located just over a mile inland from Caribbean Resort & Villas at shopping/dining/entertainment complex Broadway at the Beach, this restaurant is known for its tropical vibes, its namesake frozen concoctions and its cheeseburgers in paradise. Other popular menu items include seafood, salads and sandwiches — and they’re all served until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights.

Michael’s Pizza, Pasta & Grill —

Found about 1.5 miles south of Caribbean Resort & Villas on North Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, this restaurant serves up New York style pizza, pasta dishes, sub sandwiches, burgers, paninis, gyros and more — and does so until 11pm on Friday and Saturday nights during peak season. Those with a late-night sweet tooth can even finish off their meals with tasty desserts like cannoli, layer cake, tiramisu and cheesecake.

Locals Corner —

Located just over 3 miles inland of Caribbean Resort & Villas on Seaboard Street in Myrtle Beach, this local staple serves up an array of tasty American eats. Just a few of the highlights among the extensive menu options offered here include country breakfasts, burgers and other sandwiches, gyros, melts, and meat-and-three meals. Making it perfect for late-night cravings, this laid-back diner also stays open until 1am on Monday through Saturday nights.


Jimmyz Original Hibachi House —

Found about 4.5 miles inland of Caribbean Resort & Villas on Pine Island Road in Myrtle Beach, this Japanese eatery has been a local favorite for more than 20 years. Menu options here include Hibachi plates, rice bowls, noodle bowls, sushi, poké bowls and more — and all of them are served until 10 p.m. every night of the week.

Bimini’s Oyster Bar & Seafood Cafe —

Located about 7 miles north of Caribbean Resort & Villas on Lake Arrowhead Road in Myrtle Beach, Bimini’s is known for its fresh-caught seafood — and has been serving it up for nearly 40 years. Top choices here include the sizable steam pots, shellfish, samplers

Waffle House —

No list of late-night eateries would be complete without mention of the Waffle House, and there are plenty of locations to choose from in the Myrtle Beach area. The closest to Caribbean Resort & Villas is located off Highway 17 just over 3.5 miles inland from Caribbean Resort & Villas. And like all the others, this location serves up waffles, omelets, hash brown bowls and a long list of other breakfast items, along with an array of lunch and dinner items like burgers, melts, steaks and more. And of course, all of these options can be ordered at any hour of the day or night.

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