Triple Treat: Restaurants from Wilmington to Myrtle Beach

Triple Treat: Restaurants from Wilmington to Myrtle Beach

The coastal area that includes Myrtle Beach, Cape Fear, and Wilmington has a lot to offer foodies and adventurers. If you’re interested in trying something new, you’re in luck. Here are some of the newest dining destinations in the area.

Good Day Cafe

819 Main Street, Myrtle Beach

This funky, music-themed cafe had their grand opening during the first week of January 2018. The prime location on Main Street makes it a perfect place to check out when you’re exploring downtown Myrtle Beach. They have delicious bubble teas, smoothies, and standard coffee drinks as well as food options named in the spirit of musicians. The records on the ceiling and walls make it quite the kitschy space to enjoy a meal or drink. Vegetarians will love the Prince sandwich that comes with eggplant, mozzarella, and marinara sauce.


Pranzarelli’s Pizza

9660 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach

For true New York style pizza, you can’t go wrong with a visit to Pranzarelli’s. Locals and tourists love the authenticity of the home made sauce and dough. The Mozzarella triangles are the perfect appetizer to share if you aren’t afraid of a cheese overdose! There are varieties of pizza here from thin crust to Chicago style deep dish, so all bases are covered. With prompt service and friendly employees, this will quickly become a staple in the community.


Sloppy Poppys

4540 Fountain Drive, Wilmington

Sloppy Joe fans will rejoice at the menu here at Sloppy Poppy’s in Wilmington. This childhood favorite is recreated here. That’s not all they’re offering though, as their menu is filled with other comfort food selections like their popular grilled cheese and potato bowls. There are pool tables as well as arcade style games for entertainment in the dining area, and they’re starting to host local musical acts on the weekends.


This coastal area never has a shortage of places to explore. We think you’ll enjoy eating at these new restaurants and eateries that are making a splash in the area.

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(Photo credit: Sloppy Poppy’s, photo by Ed Walsh)

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