On paper, any buffet is a smorgasbord of culinary excess.
Lots of food is one thing. Lots of delicious food is quite the tasty other. Some area buffets have reputations as golden feeding troughs of glory.
These are just such spots. (And Breakers Resort is central to all the fun on the Grand Strand. Including the places to eat ‘til you burst.)
Best Buffets in Myrtle Beach
Captain George’s Seafood Restaurant
It’s laid back, as a buffet should be, with a seafaring vibe. You’ll find an astounding selection of fresh seafood. And it’s the good stuff, such as crab legs, steamed shrimp, blackened Mahi, and more. Enjoy favorites such as she-crab soup and sauteed mushrooms. Leave room for chocolate pudding and other sweet treats.
Crabby George’s Calabash Seafood Buffet
Eat heartily like a pirate, with seafood and a la carte options. The crab legs are big, and some visitors consider Crabby George’s the best seafood in Myrtle Beach. Enjoy New York Strip, white clams, lobster claws, and more in this pirate-themed eatery.
The Original Benjamin’s Calabash Seafood
For more than 30 years, Benjamin’s has served up a buffet of nearly 200 items. Load up at stations underneath mounted sharks in this eclectic establishment. Enjoy good food and plenty of it. There’s Oysters Rockefeller, scallop cakes, stuffed flounder, and more.
Osaka Sushi Buffet
Find considerable choices in this Chinese-inspired buffet, with hibachi meat and sushi. Cajun crawfish threaten to steal the show, and prices here are an exceptional value. Enjoy sweet and sour chicken, spring rolls, egg drop soup, and more.
Simply Southern Smokehouse
Bring the family to this barbecue and soul food joint for great food and classic desserts. It’s the home of singing servers, and perhaps the Grand Strand’s favorite fried chicken. Visit for daily specials such as fried pork chops, baked spaghetti, hot wings, and more.