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Asheboro, North Carolina
March 7, 2010
January 18, 2007
From journal Spring Break in Myrtle Beach
Pilot Mountain, North Carolina
February 17, 2005
Damon's is an extraordinary restaurant with a very beautiful setting, because it's right on the beach, it's perfect for a beautiful waterfront dining experience! This is absolutely my favorite restaurant in Myrtle Beach. The ambience here is just great! When the weather is warmer, sitting outside is the best choice! Your table will be right next to the scenic Atlantic Ocean! This is the only restaurant in Myrtle Beach that offers this dining fabulous experience. I don't know why more beach town restaurant shouldn't be this way. It is so relaxing to listen to the sound of the waves crashing on the shore while enjoying a great meal. The atmosphere is truly wonderful. The only thing between you and the water is the vast expanse of sand with beachgoers, relaxing on towels or chairs, swimming or just walking by. I like the people-watching part just as much as watching the water, and there is a lot of action to watch! You can also choose an inside table and still have the ocean and beach view, but it just won't be the same without the sounds, and you'll have an obstructed view.
The atmosphere inside is unique and relaxing as well though. The decor inside is kind of rustic, with lots of wood, on the floor and walls. The food here is delicious too. The ribs are an excellent choice. You can also get a nice steak and potato meal. I had the steak with a baked potato and it was really good! If you are there after dinner, the bar area is nice for drinks, entertainment and meeting people too. Even if you don't go out to eat anywhere else, or if you are only going out to eat one time during your vacation, Damon's is a MUST for your Myrtle Beach trip.
From journal Myrtle Beach
Wilkesboro, North Carolina
March 24, 2004
From journal Fun in Myrtle Beach
by WV CHICK
March 4, 2004
We all chose a selection that offered a combination of items -- we all chose the prime rib as one choice and then ribs or shrimp as the other. The prime rib was moist and tender and practically melted in our mouths. My shrimp was seasoned with a mildly hot spice, which I liked. The salad and bread were also of high quality, as were the accompanying sides of baked potato and rice. All were tasty and plentiful enough so that we all had enough leftover for lunch the next day. Knowing there are many restaurants still not sampled, we give Damon's our highest praises of the ones we've been to over the years.
From journal Frigid February...Marvelous Myrtle Beach
Massapequa Park, New York
July 20, 2003
From journal Myrtle Beach Escape