You can start your day off, no matter how early or how late, right with a much needed brunch. Who says you have to get up early to enjoy the benefits of breakfast? Hit the snooze button this morning and catch up on a little extra sleep. When you’re well-rested and recharged, hit the town with a group of friends to enjoy the most important meal of the day: brunch.
Rise and shine for brunch at Strong Waters Bar from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m on Saturdays and Sundays. Start off your day with Strong Water’s signature Bloody Mary with either an oyster shooter, zesty green house made mix, or the original spicy red housemade mix. If you’re not in the mood for a Bloody Mary, give your morning coffee a little extra kick featuring Benjamin’s Bakery Cold Brew. Whether you’re a die-hard breakfast fan or you always start your day off with lunch, there’s a dish for you. Dine on lobster benedict, shrimp and grits, cast-iron pancakes and more when you join us for an early treat. For those of you trying to catch a few extra zzz’s, you can munch on the market turkey club, kickin’ lobster roll, pork belly tacos, and so much more. No brunch experience is complete without mimosas. Order one and cheers to a well spent morning!
Stop by Croissants Bistro and Bakery for a relaxing brunch experience. You can choose to dine inside or soak up some sunshine outside. Stop by on Sunday’s from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for a Southern-inspired brunch selection with a European twist. If you haven’t dined there before, you’ll want to check out customer favorites such as Crab Cake Benedict, Thompson Farm Frittata, and Banana Nutella Crepes. One of the best parts about eating here, since it is a bakery, is that all the bread is made fresh in-house. If you’re the type of person who can’t have brunch without a drink, no need to fear. Stop by their build-your-own Bloody Mary bar and load up on a variety of different condiments to help give your drink that extra little kick of flavor. After you’ve filled up on Bloody Mary’s and crepes, make sure to stop by the bakery on your way out for a sweet treat!
Tupelo Honey, located in the Market Common, serves up brunch 7 days a week with a southern twist on each dish. Whether you’re looking for a Sunday brunch with your friends or need some time out of the office with your co-workers, you can grab a tasty meal along with delicious non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages. Their brunch menu features classics such as avocado toast and eggs, southwestern omelette, and fried chicken and biscuits. You can wash down your meal with a refreshing Lavender Limeade Fizz or take on the Mega-Mimosa. If your drink of choice is a Bloody Mary, you’ll love their Moonswine Mary, a twist on the original Bloody Mary with Jalapeno-poblano-infused moonshine.
If you’re in the Murrells Inlet area, head over to Salt Water Creek Cafe on Saturdays and Sundays for brunch between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Satisfy your craving for eggs benedict with all these different options: filet mignon, surf and turf, crab cake, shrimp, and smoked salmon benedict. If eggs benedict isn’t your style but you still love a good serving of eggs in the morning, you will fall in love with their Omelet of the Greek Gods — a tasty morning treat made with spinach, tomato, feta cheese, and served with a grit cake topped in gravy. Get your daily serving of fruit with Salt Water Creek’s hot, fluffy pancakes covered in whatever fruit is in season.
No matter if you’re an early-riser or love to hide under the covers until the last possible moment, it’s hard to start your day off wrong with all these tasty brunch options in the Myrtle Beach Area. Combine your love of mimosas, breakfast, and lunch for the best possible meal of the day: brunch.