The Best Brunch Dates Spots on the Grand Strand

October 2020
Written By: 
Ashley Daniels

Dig in to these delicious local eateries who serve up amazing brunch options

Whether you’re in the mood for a delicious breakfast, lunch fare or something in between, these area eateries have you covered with amazing brunch options.


Croissants Bistro & Bakery
3751 Robert M. Grissom Parkway, Myrtle Beach, (843) 448-2253
8014 North Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, (843) 448-2253

Bonjour, y’all! Croissants has been part of the Myrtle Beach community since 1995 and, unlike its name, is known for much more than croissants. Two Croissants locations serve up in-house freshly roasted coffee, homemade breakfast classics, smoothies, breakfast pastries, their infamous Bananas Foster French Toast, plus a variety of delicious sandwiches and salads. 

Barefoot Bistro
3914 U.S. 17 S., North Myrtle Beach, 
(843) 663-0534

The Barefoot Bistro does the kind of brunch at 11 a.m. that will knock you off your feet—that’s for both early birds and late wakeups. There are the chicken and waffles, featuring Mikey’s famous fried chicken placed on a sugar-spun waffle and topped with sausage gravy and maple syrup or hot honey, huevos rancheros and Eggs Barebelly (pork belly layered with two poached eggs atop an English muffin and drizzled with Hollandaise sauce).

Blueberry’s Grill
7931 North Kings Highway, Myrtle Beach, 
(843) 945-4588
4856 U.S. 17 S., North Myrtle Beach, 
(843) 945-4588

The foundation of all the brunch items here is fresh ingredients. Which is why a morning must-stop is Blueberry’s Grill, where Chef Evi has put a creative spin on the breakfast classics. Opened in 2017, Blueberry’s has been wowing locals and visitors with unique offerings, like the Trio Kale Omelet, Granola & Chobani, Wild Smoked Salmon Croissant, a host of sweet treats, Benedicts, omelets, sandwiches and skillets. Complete your meal with a specialty mojito, bloody Mary, mimosa or mule.