North Myrtle Beach Steakhouses
We may be known for our fresh seafood, but when a carnivorous craving hits, North Myrtle Beach steakhouses are a cut above the rest. From prime and certified, to wagyu, Brazilian and Australian, NMB has no shortage of mouth-watering chops that are sure to please.
At 21 Main Prime Steakhouse, chefs offer a creative take on a traditional steakhouse menu. Serving USDA Prime and Certified Angus beef, all cuts are seared on the outside and cooked to perfection on the inside. Come hungry because you won’t want to pass up the 40oz Prime Tomahawk Ribeye with a side of the Lobster, Bacon Mac & Cheese.
Thoroughbreds Chophouse & Seafood Grille has been delighting diners along the Grand Strand for over 30 years. Their Belmont Steak menu features New York Strip, Ribeye, Filet and Prime Rib. For an experience like no other, order the Chateaubriand Bouquetiere – served for two, enjoy a 20 oz filet mignon that is carved, cooked and flamed tableside. Thoroughbreds is also the only steakhouse in North Myrtle Beach to serve the most highly credentialed Wagyu beef from Japan.
Bistro 90 is a local favorite well worth the short trip inland from North Myrtle Beach. Bistro 90 is the only restaurant along the Grand Strand to serve only USDA Prime steak and chops that are dry aged and hand cut to order. Their well-rounded menu also includes Italian dishes and hand-tossed New York style pizza.
Rioz Brazilian Steakhouse has been voted the Best Steakhouse in the Grand Strand and offers guests an unparalleled dining experience served in the spirit of Brazilian style cooking. Gauchos parade the dining room with more than 15 offerings of beef, pork, lamb and fish that are carved tableside until your hearts, and belly’s, content. We can’t forget to mention their extensive salad bar featuring fresh rolled sushi, gourmet cheeses, prepared salads and more.
Down under dining can be found along the Intracoastal Waterway at Greg Norman Australian Grille. Their innovative menu features exotic Australian fare including kangaroo and ostrich, and their wine list has won the Wine Spectators Award of Excellence for 17 years. Greg Norman Australian Grill is open for lunch and dinner as well as a fantastic happy hour that can be enjoyed al fresco on their Shark Pub patio.
The name says it all at Filet’s, but that’s not all you’ll find on the menu at this popular spot located along the Intracoastal Waterway. In addition to their signature beef entrees like the Par Four – an 8oz filet served with shrimp, scallops, and a crab cake and topped with a creamy bernaise – the eatery also offers a fresh catch of the day and a mouthwatering made to order sushi menu.
Clark’s Seafood and Chophouse, located in Little River, offers a comfortable yet sophisticated dining experience overlooking a beautiful marina. Clark’s offers only USDA Choice steaks including a New York Strip, Filet Mignon and Prime Rib, all served charred and bursting with prime aged flavor. Add blackened shrimp, bacon wrapped scallops, or make it Oscar style where your cut comes topped with lump crab meat, steamed asparagus and bernaise sauce.
While Midtown Bistro may bill themselves as an Italian restaurant, don’t miss their chophouse menu. Their Steak Diane, a 6oz filet pan sauteed and finished with a Diane sauce of cognac, cream, butter and mushrooms, as well as their Queen cut Prime Rib are exclusively served on Friday and Saturday nights, so be sure to make your reservations in advance and come hungry.