Choosing a beachy vacay destination that the whole family can agree upon is easy: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Finding a resort that rests on the beach, fits any budget, and provides free water park access is also surprisingly very easy: Ocean Annie’s Resorts. However, there are many factors to consider when searching for the best breakfast in Myrtle Beach, including location, price, and menu variety.
The Search for the Best Breakfast in Myrtle Beach
Luckily for you and your enthusiastic family, Sands Ocean Club is home to the heartiest breakfast buffet in Horry County. Depending on each day’s itinerary, you might be in the mood for a sundry buffet, a perfectly crisp waffle, or something unique, like a savory French crepe. To ensure that each morning starts with a flavorful bang, we’ve compiled a shortlist of the very best breakfast in Myrtle Beach.
Best Buffet / Omelets: Windows Oceanfront Restaurant
Sands Ocean Club, home to the world-famous Ocean Annie’s Beach Bar, boasts perhaps the tastiest buffet-style breakfast in town at Windows Oceanfront Restaurant. Windows is revered for its, well, massive bay windows that provide unobstructed views of the azure Atlantic Ocean. The decorative ceiling tiles, chef’s whites, and moderately-lit chandeliers offer a welcoming, mid-20th century ambiance. The highlight of the buffet is the build-your-own omelet station, which perfectly pairs with the fresh fruit, crispy bacon, smoked sausage, pan-fried hash browns, tender grits, and fluffy French toast.
Best Waffles: Johnny D’s
If you’re planning an a.m. visit to nearby Broadway at the Beach, Johnny D’s might be an ideal breakfast joint for your troupe. Johnny D’s, which provides some of the best breakfast in Myrtle Beach, is known for its various Belgian waffles. Mom and Dad won’t be able to resist the cake-battered “Red Velvet” waffle, while the kiddos will likely be drawn to the gooey “Cinnaroll” waffle. You best burn off those calories with an afternoon filled with splashtastic beach activities!
Best Unique Eat: Crepe Creation Cafe
For a lighter, more upscale breakfast option, slip on down to The Market Common’s Crepe Creation Cafe. The Common is a popular gathering spot for early-morning risers because of its location near the Myrtle Beach International Airport and Grand Park Athletic Complex. Admittedly, crepes are an acquired taste for adolescents, but there isn’t a better French bistro in Horry County. Kids typically gravitate toward the dessert crepes, such as the “Bananas Foster” or “Blueberry Farm.” But, as far as we’re concerned, the Tex-Mex “El Paso” and fresh “Morning Spin” are too delicious to pass up.
An Affordable Ocean Resort in Myrtle Beach
After savoring the best breakfast in Myrtle Beach, feel free to explore all that makes this golden oceanside city so uniquely alluring. Spend your afternoons sailing in the Atlantic, observing bottlenose dolphins, and deep-sea fishing before commemorating each day with a poolside cheeseburger, live music at Ocean Annie’s Beach Bar, a dusk beach stroll, and karaoke at Sandals Lounge. To learn more about our many complimentary on-site amenities, please visit us online. Or give us a call today at 888-999-8081.
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