There is no need to leave your furry friend behind when you vacation in North Myrtle Beach. In fact, we can assure you, your dog will love it as much as you! You’ll find the area is accommodating, with many pet-friendly accommodations and parks. Your dog is also welcome at some of North Myrtle’s most popular places to eat, so we’ve put together a list of just a few favorite dog friendly restaurants man's best friend can enjoy, too.
Benny Rappa’s Trattoria
If you’re craving Italian, Benny Rappa’s Trattoria is the perfect home style restaurant to bring your four-legged friend. Intimate and quaint, it features a charming chalkboard menu that changes daily. It has a variety of unique dishes, including meats, salads, seafood and pasta. If Fido has good table manners, be sure to sneak him a bite of their savory chicken!
You might head to Captain Archie’s for the seafood, but you’ll stay for views from the (dog-friendly) outdoor picnic tables. Notorious for a diverse range of seafood, their menu features a wide range of options, so everyone in your group can find something they’ll love.
Bully’s Pub and Grill
Sports aficionados and dog-lovers unite at Bully’s Pub and Grill. One of North Myrtle Beach’s most beloved sports bar, Bully’s features a shaded patio and a lakeside view of Barefoot Landing. With more than 32 beers on tap and classic pub-grub dishes like their famous "Totchos” (Tater Tot Nachos), it’s hard to beat watching your favorite team with your favorite dog at Bully’s Pub and Grill.
If you’re looking for a fast-casual dining experience with your pooch, look no further than BurgerFi. Their unique burgers and hot dogs are sure to keep your human friends happy too. Not only do they have a spacious outdoor seating area, but it’s covered and fenced in, perfect for your pup. Conveniently located at the intersection of Main Street and Highway 17, refuel at BurgerFi after playing fetch at Waggin’ Tails Dog Park in the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex.
Check out our featured specials for great deals and discounts from some of the best places to eat in North Myrtle Beach, and be sure to ask if you can bring your pup!