In a sea of seafood restaurants and steakhouses, it’s possible for the vegetarians and vegans in the bunch to find places to eat in North Myrtle Beach. From breakfast to dinner and everything in-between, here are some of the best vegan and vegetarian options in NMB.
Pro tip: Though some restaurants may not advertise their vegetarian and vegan options, that doesn’t mean they don’t have any. Check their menus for icons that show whether a dish is vegan and/or vegetarian.
Soufflé's puts a modern spin on traditional breakfast favorites like pancakes. Beyond its stuffed French toasts and veggie benedict, Soufflé’s signature breakfast dish is Japanese-style souffle pancakes. The eatery is also open for lunch and offers a savory version of the soufflé.
Crooked Hammock Brewery
Enjoy vegetarian-friendly starters or salads with a side of your favorite locally-crafted beer at Crooked Hammock Brewery in Barefoot Landing. Meatless appetizers include the longboard nachos, smashed avocado dip, and humongous pretzel. Choose between the hot summer melon salad and the crispy Brussels salad.
Molly Darcy’s Irish Pub And Restaurant
Beachfront Molly Darcy’s is a traditional Irish pub with vegetarian options, like the Grilled Portobello Sandwich and Chipotle Black Bean Burger, so you can still share a burger with friends.
Blueberry’s Grill in Barefoot Landing serves vegetarian-friendly dishes during breakfast and lunch. Start your day with pancakes or one of the two veggie omelets on the menu. Choose from the various vegetarian starters, such as fried green tomatoes and Brussel sprouts, for lunch. For your main dish, try the Impossible Burger or a salad.
Vegan & Vegetarian
When you’re ready to cool off with a sweet treat, stop by Melt on Main Street. The family-owned ice cream shop loves its vegan customers and typically offers two vegan flavors.
Taco Mundo Kitchen Y Cantina
Taco Mundo Kitchen Y Cantina, also in Barefoot Landing, is a happening spot for vegetarians and vegans. For starters, vegans can choose the guacamole and chips, and so can the vegetarians, along with the mundo trio or Mexican street corn dips. Beyond appetizers, Taco Mundo offers vegetarian and vegan rice bowls and tacos, from tempura avocado to roasted cauliflower.
Popular With Pescatarians
Many who keep a vegetarian diet regularly (or as a special treat) allow themselves some fish. Luckily, finding seafood is easy in coastal NMB.
Buffets like Captain Jack’s and Preston’s serve numerous raw bar items, from oysters to crab legs. For a local seafood market experience, stop by Platt’s Seafood, where you can choose from an array of seafood baskets and platters.
Finding something for all diets is easy when dining at NMB restaurants. Bon Appétit!