Traveling with kids can be an adventure. Kids are active, silly, and energetic and sometimes there is simply no stopping their rambunctiousness. When you vacation on the Grand Strand, you’ll find Myrtle Beach restaurants that cater to kids but also satisfy an adult’s grown-up appetite. The list below is the best of kid-friendly restaurants in Myrtle Beach, so read on to find out where to go and why.
My Top 5 Kid-Friendly Restaurants in Myrtle Beach include:
959 Lake Arrowhead Rd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
4001 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
One of the reasons Burky’s attracts local families and visiting families alike are their great prices. The menu features hamburgers, hot dogs, Cincinnati style chili, barbecue, soups, salads, ice cream and other basic American fare all in a 1950s-style setting. Adding to the old Americana feel are the low prices, with nothing on the menu over $6. It’s the perfect little burger joint to try while in Myrtle Beach.
Sixth Avenue South Shopping Center, 600 S Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
A saloon? For kids? Yep, Thorny’s Steakhouse and Saloon is just that. There’s more of a homey setting than Old West, in turn creating a setting where families feel at ease. In addition, there’s a Kid’s Zone at Thorny’s so parents can relax while kids play games. Moreover, each booth at Thorny’s has a private television. All of this means your kids will stay entertained and happy. As far as the menu, there’s a mix of burgers, steaks, chicken and more, as well as a Little Slugger menu just for kids.
900 N Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
A total throwback diner, the atmosphere at Peaches Corner is lifted straight from the 30s (the decade it opened). It’s located right on the boardwalk, so families can quickly grab a classic hamburger, dog or shake then go for a walk in the sand and surf. Or, maybe even take a ride on the nearby SkyWheel. Menu prices are also a selling point, as most menu items average $5.99. That’s a total bargain these days! On top of that, the menu has some unusual yet super tasty items. The Bruiser, a deep fried hot dog wrapped in bacon and cheese, then topped with chili and onions, is a favorite.
This selection has locations throughout the Grand Strand, making it one of the easiest kid-friendly restaurants in Myrtle Beach for families to visit. Signature menu items like juicy burgers and classic sandwiches satisfy your hunger rumblings, while the quirky atmosphere makes you feel right at home. Dive into the free bucket of peanuts, and then throw your shells on the floor. Feel like doodling or playing a game of tic-tac-toes? The brown paper table cloths are made just for ttablecloths
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