Captain George's Seafood Restaurant
1401 29th Ave N, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Family Style, Seafood
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Specialties: Banquets, Parties
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08/04/2011Provided by Citysearch -
First I will say that it's a tad pricey, approx $35 for the buffet and a soda. That being said, it is WELL worth the price. This is probably the best buffet I've ever bellied up to. It has EVERYTHING. The seafood was fresh and excellent and bountiful. There was other food for those (crazy people) who don't like seafood. I HIGHLY recommend this restaurant.
I went to sev seafood buffets in myrtle on my vacat. To rate this is hard. I did visit Liberty Seafood buffet also. I have to compare. Arriving at Liberty I was greeted at the door by the Russian or american girl, who was just straight sweet and smiled. that made us feel welcome. I was greeted here and i seemed rushed. My service at liberty was horrible. the tall afghan waiter didnt seem to care atall. He offended my husband by calling him bro. My server here was lazy too and didnt say nuthin. Both restaurants food was whats up! I prob dont come back to either !
As you walk into the fabulous restaurant your eyes go wide open at the food!!! Fabulously displayed and prepared!!! EVERYTHING is fresh! The variety of seafood is awsome! You feel like a kid walking into a candy/toy store! You just don't know where to start and once you do, you don't want to end it! It makes you wish you had a bigger stomach just to get a chance to taste all the food!
Then your mesmerized by the parade of desserts!!! Fabulous after fabulous dessert! this place is a "must go!" in Myrtle Beach! If you want seafood there's no better place!
We loved Captain George's. All of the food was really good, the mountains of crab legs was amazing!! The sheer volume of food served boggled the brain. The wait staff was very friendly and the seating was adequate with good lighting. Everything was very fresh and there was a fabulous variety of food. There was something for everyone from breaded shrimp to stuffed salmon to pasta and pork. Not to mention the prime rib. Then after gorging ourselves on the delicious delicates from the dinner and salad buffets we were blindsided by the huge array of desserts. We walked out of there with a food buzz and had to go back to our hotel to lie down and digest. Wish there was one close to our home, guess we'll have to go back to Myrtle Beach again, and again, and again...
12/25/2007Provided by Citysearch -
If you enjoy seafood..this is the place for you. They had fresh crab legs, clams, oysters, and all types of other stuff. My favorite was the stuffed oysters. Also, their prime rib melts in your mouth and the devil crab is to die for. The service was extremely attentive and friendly. The waitress would come frequently and refill me with their refreshing ice tea. The food was displayed extremely nicely and impressively. The atmosphere if very nice and true to the ""Captain's"" sailor theme. The desert section of the restaurant was okay. I really liked the peanut butter concoction they had though.
It is a bit overpriced..but they're food is 1st class quality. I do not recommended this place if people are looking for an average All American buffet for a cheap price.
This restaurant will be appreciate by people who enjoy the finer foods.
06/13/2006Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and my three kids all agreed that this place was terrible. It was not at all like some of the wonderful seafood restaurants and buffets we've tried in Myrtle Beach. If you are a fan of Ponderosa or Shoney's buffets, you might like this, but it is not at all what we were expecting. Our service was terrible...never refilled drinks or asked if we needed anything. They never gave us menus when we sat down, just told us the price of the buffet ($25 adults, $13 children 4 & over) and sent us on our way. There was nothing on the buffet for kids (ie. chicken nuggets, mac & cheese, mashed potatoes...) My kids cried because there was nothing they liked. I finally caught our waitress, and asked them to take the kids buffet off our check because my kids ate NOTHING. That's when she told me they had a separate menu if you didn't want the buffet. We ordered cheeseburgers for the kids. They still charged us for the buffet plus the cheeseburgers. Quite a bit of the food was empty on the buffet. A lot of it was cold or soggy. They didn't have ""real"" shrimp, only that minced popcorn type. The only plus, they had lots of crab legs, and kept them hot and plentiful. But with three kids under seven years old, I didn't get to enjoy too many of those. We were very disappointed and walked out with a $100 bill.