Tastes of the Sea in the Heart of Myrtle Beach

Spotlighting the menu at Hook & Barrel in central Myrtle Beach

The commitment local seafood restaurant Hook & Barrel makes to provide distinctive, sustainable seafood dishes and local produce is unmatched for any other restaurant in the category, and that commitment can be seen in each and every dish they prepare. Located in the heart of Myrtle Beach — appropriately just blocks from the Atlantic Ocean — Hook & Barrel is a must-try on your upcoming MBGolf.com vacation. Here’s what to check out for yourself from the menu:

A dish known for its magnitude throughout the Grand Strand, Hook & Barrel’s seafood tower appetizer (market price) includes oysters in shell, crab legs, shrimp cocktail, ceviche and lobster tail – again, with a strong emphasis on serving sustainably sourced catch from local waters whenever possible. In addition, be sure and order a couple bloody mary oyster shooters for the table before the main course arrives.

There are so many great entrees to try at Hook & Barrel. The pineapple shrimp fried rice is a bigtime favorite, and so too is the Lowcountry Jambalaya for 2, with clams, shrimp, fresh catch, scallops, crab, chicken, andouille sausage, bell peppers, jalapeno, onions, tomato and vegetable broth, served over rice with a French baguette. The flavors cannot be beat!

Also, inquire about the Harvest of the Sea special, with that day’s fresh fish selection (market price), prepared one of four ways and served with one of five sauces, along with a choice of side. In addition, top it with crab cake or imperial topping for $6.

Finally, at dessert time, their baked Alaska is no joke.

Hook & Barrel is open daily at 4 p.m. except for their Sunday Brunch (9 a.m.), which is a top-notch dining experience as well. Meanwhile, their Happy Hour runs 4-6 p.m., Monday-Saturday. Whenever you choose to stop in, make Hook & Barrel part of your plans on your next golf trip with MBGolf.com. You won’t regret it!

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