According to worldpopulationreview.com, an estimated 14 million people visit Myrtle Beach, SC every year. The city of Myrtle Beach is always finding ways to improve the beautiful area along the Grand Strand. Recent improvements include new beachside hotels, a four-day long country music festival, a state-of-the-art Top Golf facility, and several other attractions. But through all the enhancements to the area, one thing has remained constant: a plethora of seafood buffets.
There has never been a lack of seafood buffets in Myrtle Beach, SC. Out of the previously noted 14 million visitors to the city every summer, it’s a safe bet to assume that a vast majority of them make at least one trip to a seafood buffet in Myrtle Beach. The tricky part is when the time comes to decide which one to visit as there are so many seafood buffets in the area.
From North Myrtle Beach down through Murrells Inlet and beyond, seafood buffets adorn the entire length of the Grand Strand. They offer a variety of seafood options, including crab legs, oysters, clams, shrimp, clam chowder, and so much more. Some of the most popular ones include dedicated Calabash-style seafood bars as well.
When selecting a seafood buffet in Myrtle Beach, SC, choose one that offers a delicious combination of variety, authenticity, and freshness. When vacationing with a large group, it can be important to choose a seafood buffet that has “landfood” options as well.
At Captain Benjamin’s Calabash Seafood in South Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach, SC, we offer all the above. With over 170 items on our buffet, we have one of the largest seafood buffets in Myrtle Beach. We have several non-seafood items, too. If you are one of the 14 million people who will visit the beautiful shores of Myrtle Beach, SC this summer, be sure to stop by Captain Benjamin’s Calabash Seafood for a truly wonderful and authentic seafood buffet experience.