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August 22, 2012
by Chief Mike
April 9, 2005
From journal Myrtle Beach in March
October 9, 2004
From journal Overjoyed with Myrtle Beach
by WV CHICK
March 4, 2004
We started our meal with a crabmeat appetizer -- yummy. The entrees are in the $15-25 range and include warm bread and a table salad in a large bowl with a tasty, light dressing. We all enjoyed that. The entrees, though, got our top praise. There were three of us who chose seafood of some kind and we all agreed that the food, the service, and the atmosphere were excellent. An example of a special offered that night was my entrée choice: a grilled talapia smothered with crab topped with a light sauce.
We visited Landry's on our first night in Myrtle Beach and though we visited five or six other superb restaurants, only one topped this one. As we were dining in a booth by the front window, we saw a display of fireworks in the distance. We have no idea where they came from, but they sure added to the pleasure of our dining experience at Landry's.
From journal Frigid February...Marvelous Myrtle Beach
by Mary Dickinson
January 12, 2004
My husband surprised me by ordering a fancy drink for me. Frozen-Waves-at the Beach was gorgeous, served in a tall beer glass with a slice of orange and a cherry, and the rum and banana in blue slush was delicious.
From the lunch menu we both ordered Fried Seafood Platter $10.95. First a crisp salad, including a mixture of lettuce leaves, tomato wedges, sliced Red onion and croutons with Italian salad dressing poured on top, was bought in a large serving bowl and we helped ourselves. A small freshly baked loaf of dark wheat bread, still in its baking dish, was served with the salad. When the dinner was served the fish was very fresh, the shrimp were jumbo size and the oysters were done to perfection. A generous portion of thick fries and cole slaw were included with the dinner.
We both remembered our early childhoods at The Lake, so we ate slow to enjoy the experience, but eventually we were full, so we didn’t order dessert.
From journal Myrtle Beach in December
Cary, North Carolina
October 14, 2002
My wife and I enjoy the seafood because is has a southern touch to it. Good calabash style and good boiled seafoods too. If you don't know what calabash is, just think mostly fried, with some pepper added. If you go to Myrtle you'll see the word calabash a lot, I believe it began in a little coastal Carolina town named Calabash.
From journal Myrtle Beach in Nov or Dec