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Food Aplenty Awaits Guests at Caribbean Resort

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There are many reasons to stay at Caribbean Oceanfront Resort in Myrtle Beach – first-class accommodations, excellent amenities that include an on-site waterpark and friendly hospitality – plus other lesser-known advantages.

One of those reasons is the close proximity to some of the best restaurants on the Grand Strand. Within walking distance of the Caribbean Resort on 30th Avenue North are dozens of fine-dining, family-style and beach-casual establishments to match taste buds of all types.

The most obvious choice is just steps away from the Caribbean Resort – the world-famous Sea Captain's House. Offering outstanding seafood dishes and ocean views for more than 50 years, this Myrtle Beach institution specializes in fresh seafood dishes and Lowcountry cuisine. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner right next door, or mix it up and venture a bit farther off site.

The ultimate fine-dining experience is only two blocks away at New York Prime on 28th Avenue North. Featuring great USDA Prime Beef that is aged in-house and cooked to your idea of perfection, New York Prime is every bit as good as the famous steakhouses you will find in Lower Manhattan. Table-side service and an extensive wine list make for a romantic meal.

If your idea of a seafood feast involves quality and quantity, you are only a short walk away from Bennett's Calabash Buffet on the corner of 29th Avenue North and kings Highway. Featuring the famous Calabash-style of lightly battered and deep-fried seafood, plus a wide selection of grilled seafood and “landfood” items, Bennett's has more than 170 items on uts buffet. Warning: The walk back to the resort might feel a lot longer than the walk to Bennett's.

If you're aching for some good Southern home coking, you're only three blocks from one of the best on the Grand Strand, Magnolia's at 26th, located on the ground floor of the Anderson Hotel, offers all the comfort-food favorites – fried chicken, smothered steak, fried pork chops – as well as a broad choice of home-style vegetables, fresh breads and delicious desserts.

If you're up for a slightly longer hike, your dining choices increase dramatically. Lulu's Cafe, Bummz Beach Cafe, Soho, Dirty Don's Oyster Bar and River City Cafe are only a few blocks south on Ocean Boulevard and 21st Avenue North, and a short drive up 29th Avenue North to Broadway at the Beach opens your options greatly, with dozens of eateries located around the complex.

(posted 6/26/14)