A Taste of Italy on the Carolina Coast

TripAdvisor’s Top 5 Italian restaurants for your post-round meal

Myrtle Beach provides no shortage of great golf courses to choose from, and no shortage of great Italian eats also. Be sure to consider these Top 5 Italian restaurants, according to TripAdvisor, on your next visit to the Grand Strand. They are all located within close proximity to several MBGolf.com courses and Condo-World facilities, making them the perfect spots to grab a post-round bite.

Ciao Restaurant is the No. 1-ranked Italian eatery in Myrtle Beach. With an impressive menu featuring Italian favorites like veal marsala, chicken picatta and spaghetti calamari marinara, there is something everyone will enjoy at Ciao.

Said reviewer patrickcK1104HI, “We had dinner on Saturday at Ciao. There were eight of us. As usual, service was excellent … and the food was as good as ever. Crab stuffed mushrooms were over the top!”

Luigi’s Trattoria is the No. 2-ranked Italian restaurant. It has early bird hours from 4-6 p.m. and a wide variety of delicious entrees to choose from including baked lasagna and grouper franchese.

“Ambiance is nice. Service is good. Food is amazing. We always go there every two years when we go to Myrtle. It’s one of our favorite restaurants,” said reviewer angmatt49.

Next, with veal, chicken and pasta dishes that are sure to blow you away, Villa Romana is another must-try, coming in as the No. 3-ranked Italian restaurant in Myrtle Beach. All entrees are served with multiple courses, so you never go home hungry!

Reviewer SueMu36 weighed in, “Great service – only had to wait about 15 minutes for a table on a Friday night. Love all that’s included with your meal: bruschetta, soup, salad and bread. Linguini with clams was wonderful. Wandering accordion player was fun and made for a lighthearted atmosphere.”

At No. 4, Toscana Italian Kitchen has recently opened a new location! Open daily at 4 p.m., their menu is decadent, with dishes like lobster ravioli and crab stuffed chicken.

Said reviewer Msciccone1, “The bread and red pepper oil mixture was delicious. The pasta was cooked perfectly. The seafood dish my parents ordered was beyond their expectation. We left the restaurant raving! Highly recommend.”

Last, but certainly not least, Crave Italian Over & Bar is the No. 5 place to get Italian food in Myrtle Beach. They are known for their open flame, New York-style brick oven pizza. Try the meat lover’s, with pepperoni, sausage, meatballs and ham.

“Best food I’ve had in a long time,” said reviewer LG643. “The food is freshly made on-site. I had the spaghetti squash with grilled vegetables and chicken. Loved it. Came with a salad and warm bread. Valet parking. Nice, clean restaurant. Will go again.”

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