The historic fishing village of Murrells Inlet is also home the best seafood along the Grand Strand. In fact, it's the place where hush puppies were invented. Myrtle Beach Food Tour's 3-hour Murrells Inlet Walking Food & Sightseeing Tour showcases the areas award-winning restaurants. It's also said to be the place where Blackbeard and his band of pirates stashed their ill-gotten booty. Legend has it, that ghosts from the past haunt Murrells Inlet. There is a lot to see, taste and experience on this tour.
Legend has it that Blackbeard, and his band of pirates and plunderers, left behind crewman Jack, on Murrells Inlet in the 1600s. Drunken Jack's Restaurant & Lounge honors the forgotten pirate. Taste all Jack's favorites, including Bacon Wrapped Crab, Stuffed Shrimp, Bacon Wrapped Scallops, Mini Crab Cakes & Blackened Beef Tips. We wouldn't dare forget the world-famous Hush Puppies, and Drunken Jack's Bloody Mary.
Captain Dave has turned his love of seafood and experience at sea, into a successful family-owned restaurant. Tingle your tongue with Captain Dave's Fish Dip, mad of house hickory & mesquite smoked fish, blended with onion, celery, cream cheese, mayo & hot sauce; served with crisp flour tortilla chips. And get ready for the mouthwatering Littleneck Clams, steamed in garlic broth.
Tradition meets culinary innovation at the Marshview Seafood Kitchen on Murrells Inlet. You will love tasting the She Crab Soup, a Lowcountry favorite! The homemade soup is creamy and smooth. The flavorful delicacy is packed with crab.
Take in the spectacular views along the Murrells Inlet waterfront, and as you enjoy a Creek Ratz local favorite, Shrimp and Grits! Savor the grilled shrimp, seasoned to perfection, over cheddar cheese grits with diced tomatoes.
"Hook to Plate," fresh every day local seafood, is the Wicked Tuna way! Tasty Murrells Inlet Bang Bang Grouper bite-sized and tempura battered, tossed in spicy mayo, Szechuan Sauce and sesame seeds and green onion. Enjoy a local favorite, Fried Pickles, thinly sliced dills served with remoulade sauce, on the #1 Food Tour in Myrtle Beach!.