My husband and I have dined at Sea Captains House at least once for every trip to
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This tradition began in April of 1965. Much of that weekend was disappointing due to the cold weather, but we were trying to celebrate our second wedding anniversary, so we set out to find a really nice restaurant. I honestly don't remember how we arrived at Sea Captains House, but I do remember how welcoming they were to us and accommodated our request for a table with a view of the ocean. Since we arrived at sunset, so we didn't see much of the ocean, but we loved the food and atmosphere of this restaurant.
From our first visit and on our many visits since we have always been served delicious salads and all the hush puppies we could eat, followed by our choice of seafood or non-seafood dishes. My choice for a number of years was bear battered shrimp! Unfortunately, that has been discontinued, but I still enjoy fried shrimp and/or crab cakes! Yum!
For many of our visits we thought we were "splurging" on our budget, so we only ate once per visit at Sea Captains House. However, in recent years we've been offered "senior portions", which are more than enough food and enable us to eat here twice in our three to four night stays at the beach.
My only concern about writing this review is the possibility that too many people will compete for our table at Sea Captains House! We've learned to go early and enjoy a table with an ocean view!
I've recommended Sea Captains House to friends who have had the same wonderful experiences we have. I'm sure you will agree with us!
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