We first went to Greg Norman's in 2010 and LOVED it. We said if we ever returned to Myrtle Beach we would have to return. Our second visit was disappointing to say the least. We were seated in the sun outside right next to the band although the band was not that loud and very nice to listen to. The tuna sashimi appetizer was really good but it was downhill after that. Although I ordered the filet mignon with onions and chianti demi-glace I was given the plain filet mignon. I said it was fine. My daughter and I both ordered it medium rare but both were undercooked and would barely pass for rare. The kids' cheeseburgers, on the other hand, were well done and dry. My husband's grouper was bland. The boxed au gratin potatoes I make from Betty Crocker are better than the au gratin potatoes they serve there. The cheese was watery and flavorless. Considering that this is a pricey restaurant, it was totally disappointing and we will not be returning on our next visit. Our other two restaurant visits were MUCh better for almost half the price. I am glad we sat outside, because the indoor restaurant had a funny smell - like mildew or mold or something and even waiting in the lobby for our table was unpleasant.