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August 18, 2010

A locals guide to Myrtle Beach dining

Myrtle beach has a wide choice of restaurants, which bring a world to cuisine direct to the shore. Of these the following are amongst the most unique.

RIOZ Brazilian Steakhouse 2920 Hollywood Drive

For a steakhouse with a difference you just have to try RIOZ. Low lighting greets you together with an extraordinary level of customer service from the moment you walk through the door. The salad bar and range of exquisite drinks sets the meal off in style and you can guarantee the steak or other meat will arrive cooked exactly as you like it. Great prices too.

Villa Romana – 707 South Kings Hwy

Walk through the door of this small and cosy restaurant and you will think you have been transported to Rome. With large portions of well-cooked Italian food, including soups salads and pasta in a wonderful romantic setting with a family atmosphere, this is the place to be for lovers, friends and family alike.

Bodo’s German Restaurant & Pub – 407 8th Ave. North

Bodo’s presents a real taste of German culture in the heart of America. The food is delightfully authentic and as good as you will find anywhere outside its country of origin. Add to this the quiet but discrete friendliness of the service and the unusual decor and you have an evening that all can enjoy.

Fuddrucker’s 2101 North Kings Highway

When you are close to the beach, you want a special place for all the family. Fuddruckers is the burger and fries place to go if you and your kids want to dine out together in a relaxed atmosphere and with reasonable prices. The range of sauces is mouth-watering and the atmosphere is always jolly and relaxed.

Myrtle Beach is awash with dining places and these four rank among the best.

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