You may not get your just desserts, but you may order “just desserts” at the historic Sea Captain’s House restaurant in Myrtle Beach.
Located beside the Caribbean Resort on the oceanfront, this converted beach house has been serving delicious seafood and Southern cuisine for over a half-century. Caribbean Resorts guests couldn’t pick a better next door neighbor since the Sea Captain’s House serves three meals a day, making for a convenient and delicious place to visit for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Of course, some guests are sure to venture off property to sample some of the many great restaurants on the Grand Strand. Just be sure to save room for dessert when you get back to the hotel and enjoy a nice nightcap on the Sea Captain’s House patio. All desserts are prepared by the in-house pastry chef.
Here are some of the tasty treats that are prepared on-site and provide a perfect way to end the night:
* Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie: This treat is so sweet you might want to order a gallon of milk to wash it down. It starts with Sea Captain’s traditional pecan pie recipe drenched in a hot chocolate fudge sauce.
* Key Lime Pie: This traditional favorite from the Florida Keys has been perfected by the Sea Captain’s House. Featuring a sweet and tangy flavor in a light and fluffy meringue, the Key Lime Pie is the perfect ending to an ideal meal.
* Hummingbird Cake: This Southern favorite features layers of spice cake topped with pecans, banana, pineapple and a special cream-cheese frosting that melts in your mouth. Wash it down with a cup of coffee and watch the waves roll in off the ocean.
* Hot Fudge Sundae Cake: A favorite among children and chocolate-lovers, this dish is big enough for two or more and a tasty enough for everyone. Thick slices of chocolate cake and a scoop of vanilla ice cream are smothered in hot fudge sauce and topped with a cherry. Dee-lish!
If you’re counting calories or trying to keep it light at the end of the night, Sea Captain’s House offers some simple but delicious classics, such as ice cream, sherbet and crème brulee.