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Great Valentine’s Day Specials at Myrtle Beach Restaurants

Spending Valentine’s Day in Myrtle Beach provides plenty of opportunities for showing your special someone how much you love them. Be sure to check out our list of Ten Unique Ideas For An Unforgettable Valentine’s Day in Myrtle Beach for fun and unique ways to spend your day.

After a long, activity filled day in the Grand Strand, you may be ready to sit back, relax, and enjoy a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner. With hundreds of restaurants in the area, picking the right dinner can be a daunting task. Let us help you decide which one is best for you, as we shine the spotlight on a few of our favorite places.


TBonz Gill & Grill Meal and Drink Specials

T-Bonz’ Valentine’s Day special is a 10 ounce New York strip and a 4 ounce lobster tail, served with asparagus, Charleston rice, and a side of Béarnaise. Drink specials offered include Champagne Sangria with a chocolate-dipped strawberry, candy bar martini and strawberry kiss martini.

When: 4:00 PM to close, February 14th only
Price: $30 per person; Drinks additional
Reservations: Call 843.272.7111
Located: 4732 Barefoot Resort Bridge Rd, North Myrtle Beach

www.tbonzgillandgrill.com


Sam Snead’s Oak Grill & Tavern Meal for Two

This meal for two includes an appetizer of coconut shrimp or bruschetta, two entrees with choice of filet mignon and lobster tail with baked potato, glazed salmon with saffron rice, or chicken Piccata with saffron rice. Then share a dessert – either chocolate obsession cake or tiramisu. The meal also includes Champagne and a rose.

When: February 13 for dinner only, and all day on February 14 and 15
Price: $52 per couple
Reservations: Call 843.903.3150
Located: 1004 Glenforest Rd, Myrtle Beach

www.samsneadsmyrtlebeach.com


Castano’s Italian Steakhouse

Castano’s will be offering a three course meal. The first course is arugula and radicchio salad with fire-roasted tomatoes, Gorgonzola cheese, walnuts and golden figs served with fig balsamic vinaigrette. Next up is a surf and turf for two with potatoes dauphinoise and grilled asparagus wrapped in prosciutto. Finally, share a heart-shaped mixed berry and Grand Marnier shortcake. For an additional cost, guests can enjoy Valentine martinis and chocolate cups filled with Bailey’s Irish Cream, Grand Marnier or Godiva liqueur.

When: February 14-15
Price: $99 per couple
Reservations: Call 843.361.2000
Located: 4926 Hwy 17 (Barefoot Landing), North Myrtle Beach

www.castanosrestaurant.com


Landry’s Seafood

Chef’s specials offered for Valentine’s Day weekend include crab-stuffed Mahi-Mahi with crab orzo and asparagus, Snapper Amore with rice pilaf and fresh vegetables, and Ribeye Oscar with a baked potato.

When: 11:00 AM-10:00 PM, Valentine’s Day weekend
Price: $28-$31 per person
Reservations: Call 843.444.1010
Located: 1312 Celebrity Circle, Broadway at the Beach

www.landrysseafood.com


Grand Central Station Restaurant

Grand Central Station Restaurant is hosting a special dinner from 5:00-9:00 PM on the days before and after Valentine’s Day. Menu options include low country broiled Lobster Tail Thermidor (yum!) and braised, stuffed rack of lamb with pomegranate sauce. The pasta buffet, while all are invited, is suited toward folks who will be running the marathon that need to load up on carbs the night before. It’s the perfect Valentine’s Day dinner for couples who will be running together on Saturday. And unlike many of the romantic dinners in the area, kids are welcome at the Grand Central Station pasta buffet, and eat for just $9.95!

When: Special menu available February 13th and 15th; Pasta buffet only on February 14th
Price: Thursday and Saturday, prices per person $23-35; Friday Pasta buffet $14.95
Reservations: Walk-ins welcome. Reservations will not be taken.
Located: 2710 N. Ocean Blvd, Myrtle Beach (Patricia Grand Resort)

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