Chestnut Hill Restaurant

Chestnut Hill has been an area tradition for over 30 years and they don’t show any sign of slowing down. This upscale eatery features a classic menu that uses fresh, local ingredients and a coveted waterfront location that provides unbeatable vistas. Open nightly for dinner and Sunday for a decadent brunch, there’s no reason for you not to visit this area staple.

Chestnut Hill opens each night at 4pm for dinner. They offer a light menu from 4pm – 6pm and roll out their full dinner menu starting at 5pm. The light menu features an array of small plates – more petie portions of their full entrees for those seeking a light dinner. Options include the seafood casserole, loaded with lump crab meat, Atlantic shrimp, and scallops, baked with a sharp cheddar cream until bubbly and delicious, a small portion of their famous prime rib, and low country shrimp and grits – to name a few. They also offer a Happy Hour Menu with small appetizers in their lounge area from 4pm – 7pm.

The dinner menu offers a variety of decadent seafood and steak options. Start out with an order of their oysters rockefeller or fried green tomatoes. Then, indulge in a cup of their award winning she crab soup or the rich lobster bisque. For the main event, dig into one of their signature beef selections. The chef selected chops include NY strip, filet, ribeye, several veal dishes, bone in pork chops, and their famous prime rib served “until it lasts”. The seafood selections don’t disappoint either! Selections include scallops, shrimp, and flounder, all of which can be ordered fried or broiled, and even jumbo Alaskan king crab.

Chestnut Hill’s Sunday brunch has been voted “best at the beach” for 25 years straight – and it’s not hard to see why! This upscale buffet includes a variety of both hot and cold items, ensuring that everyone in your group will have plenty of options. The cold items include fresh salad and toppings, smoked oysters, pasta salad, pastries, local shrimp, and fresh fruit – to name a few. The hot offerings are even more impressive. Choose between baked honey ham, angus top round, southern fried chicken, homemade quiche, grilled quail and pork chops, seafood creole, and an array of fresh side items. There are also plenty of breakfast items for those craving a traditional early morning treat.

Cuisine: Seafood & Steaks

Atmopshere: Upscale Casual

Prices: $10 – $35

Address: 9922 North Kings HWY | Myrtle Beach, SC | 29572

Hours: Monday – Saturday 4pm – 10pm; Sunday 10am – 2pm & 4pm – 9pm

Contact: (843) 449-3984

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