Grab a table for Thanksgiving dinner at these Myrtle Beach restaurant buffets and make the most of a family getaway during your holiday break. Whether you want to ditch the traditional fanfare or you’re trying to squeeze in one last family vacation for the year, jetting off to the Grand Strand can solve it all. Once you’ve booked your stay at Bay View Resort, make reservations at any of these restaurants to indulge in a festive spread with your family and all your favorite dishes.
Paula Dean’s Family Kitchen
The culinary options for Thanksgiving at Paula Dean’s Family Kitchen are served family style, much like at home, but you won’t need to cook or clean a thing. Select from traditional holiday meals, including a classic roast turkey and dressing, a baked glazed ham, or an oven-roasted pork loin. The main dishes are served with delicious southern-style sides, from creamed potatoes to fresh candied yams. It wouldn’t be a Thanksgiving buffet without dessert; everyone can finish their meal with a slice of gooey pumpkin butter cake, rich pecan pie, or hot apple cobbler. Paula Dean’s is conveniently located at Broadway at the Beach, a short 3-mile drive from Bay View Resort. When you’ve finished dining, check out the shops—yes, many are open on Thanksgiving—to get a head start on the next holiday.
The Thanksgiving buffet at 21 Main Prime Steakhouse in North Myrtle Beach elevates anyone’s holiday dinner plans. This upscale restaurant is known for its decadent entrées with contemporary southern flair, and Thanksgiving is no exception. This special menu goes well beyond turkey and all the fixings. Buffet stations include a carving board, fall-inspired fare, a pasta station, and a salad bar. Leave room for dessert: Like everything else, the assortment of sweets is worth going back for seconds. People travel from far and wide to enjoy this feast, and luckily for you, 21 Main is only 12 miles from Bay View Resort.
If you’re looking for a Thanksgiving buffet in Myrtle Beach, Chestnut Hill’s holiday menus are some of the finest in town. Make reservations in advance, because tables at this restaurant on the waterway go fast. Dishes on the Thanksgiving buffet include a southern fried turkey breast with all the trimmings, and carving stations with lamb, prime rib, and honey ham. It wouldn’t be a buffet in Myrtle Beach without seafood: Chestnut Hill serves fresh local shrimp, seafood florentine, and wild salmon amongst its Thanksgiving offerings. Homemade sides and decadent desserts round out the delectable options at this restaurant, about a 20-minute drive from Bay View Resort.
Many families choose The Hangout in Myrtle Beach for evening entertainment and events, so it’s no wonder it is a top choice for Thanksgiving gatherings. This casual, upbeat restaurant makes every family feel at home. The Thanksgiving menu features a family-style meal with all the traditional fixings you’d expect, and some southern-style favorites. The Hangout is located at Broadway at the Beach, less than 3 miles from Bay View Resort, so you can be back in your suite enjoying a post-meal nap in no time.
This restaurant treats its diners to a Thanksgiving dinner buffet with roasted turkey breast, sugar-cured ham, and all the rest. Gulfstream traditionally offers a select menu of its favorite dishes in addition to the buffet to satisfy anyone set on peel-and-eat shrimp, crab cakes, or a fresh seafood feast. Located on a picturesque waterfront 13 miles from Bay View Resort, Gulfstream Café offers serene views to savor while you sip on an after-dinner drink.
Stay near the Boardwalk and treat yourself to an easy, stress-free holiday getaway. With eateries, shops, and attractions at your fingertips, you won’t have to do anything but relax. The new, expanded amenities at Bay View Resort make unwinding with family and friends a joy. Whether you need accommodations for 2 or 12, book your stay in Bay View’s comfortable, modern oceanfront condos to make your group feel at home for the holidays.