Top 5 Breakfast Spots in Myrtle Beach

It’s the most important meal of the day – breakfast. With so much to see and do in Myrtle Beach, it’s even more important to fuel up with a good meal before heading out to explore all the Grand Strand has to offer. There are plenty of delicious spots to get a cup of coffee and some eggs – here are a list of the ‘Top 5 Breakfast Spots’ in Myrtle Beach that are a favorite among locals and tourists alike. Make sure to check them out next time you book your oceanfront stay with Brittain Resorts & Hotels.

1. Sea Captain’s House
Located right next door to the Caribbean Resort, Sea Captain’s House is an award-winning oceanfront restaurant best known for their fresh, local seafood. But dinner is not all they serve! They offer an amazing breakfast buffet where you can load up on shrimp & grits, pancakes, eggs, bacon, fresh fruit and all your other morning favorites. There’s even an omelet station where you can add cheese, onions, mushrooms, peppers and whatever you like in your omelet. They offer a menu as well full of items like crab cake benedict, fluffy pancakes, and more. One of the best parts about enjoying breakfast at Sea Captain’s is watching the sun rise over the ocean while you sip your coffee … or mimosa!

2. Lulu’s Cafe
LuLu’s Cafe is an easy restaurant to spot on Ocean Boulevard with its giant ocean mural painted on the side of the building by local artist Drew Brophy and hot pink neon sign. The interior has a retro vibe with pink and turquoise and a diner style counter and seating. The menu is full of egg plated, benedicts, pancakes, french toast, waffles, biscuits, bagels and the list goes on. Try a manmosa – beer and orange juice – or one of their tasty milkshakes or a Banana Foster Waffle Sundae! Dine inside and enjoy the family-style seating or dine al fresco at a picnic table on the patio and enjoy the warm sunshine while you listen to the sounds of local guitarists.

3. Papa’s Restaurant
Just steps away from Breaker’s Resorts – literally right across the street – and attached to Strong Waters Craft Cocktails & Kitchen is Papa’s Restaurant. They feature a hearty breakfast buffet filled with eggs, bacon, sausage, grits, pancakes, sweet pastries, bagels and fresh fruit. It’s located in the heart of Myrtle Beach so the perfect spot to fuel up before you check out all the hottest attractions or hit the links.

4. Blueberry’s Grill
With two locations, one off of 79th N in Myrtle Beach and the other in Barefoot Landing, Blueberry’s Grill is a newer restaurant that has quickly become a Myrtle Beach staple. They offer a huge breakfast menu that includes a lot of unique and creative dishes and is served all day long. They offer everything from eggs benedict, breakfast skillets, omelets, breakfast burritos, pancakes and french toast to a monte cristo sandwich, chicken and waffles, a smoked salmon croissant, and french beignets. Add a spiked coffee or large cup of freshly squeezed juice and you’ve got a breakfast fit for a champion.

5. Johnny D’s Waffles and Bakery
Another hot spot that serves breakfast all day, Johnny D’s Waffles and Bakery has two locations – one on the south end and one in North Myrtle Beach near North Beach Plantation. Awarded ‘Best Waffles in South Carolina’ by Food Network, they feature a variety of unique waffles including a red velvet waffle, coconut banana french waffle, cinnaroll waffle, a funfetti waffle and even a banana split waffle. They also offer benedicts, premium omelets, biscuits & gravy, breakfast skillets, fruit plates, french toast and more. From healthy platters to he-man style breakfast plates, you’ll definitely get your fill at Johnny D’s Waffles and Bakery.

From sweet to savory – you’ll find something for all appetites at these ‘Top 5 Breakfast Spots’. If all this talk about breakfast has made your stomach rumble, check out our specials page and go ahead and book your next oceanfront stay with Brittain Resorts & Hotels so you can dig in. Don’t forget to pack your appetite!

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