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Some sports fans like to rock up to a bar and cheer on their team. Others live for the traditions: tailgating, party-hosting, and dressing head-to-toe in fan apparel. Here are so…
4999 Carolina Forest BlvdMyrtle Beach, SC 29579
From Business: Brother Shuckers Fish House offers something for everyone.. Children's meals, great traditional and regional Seafood Dishes featuring award winning Maryland Crab Ca…
4926 Highway 17 SNorth Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
From Business: Castano's is an Italian Steakhouse serving the finest in Prime Seafood, Steak and Italian Homemade Pastas Dishes. Come to where the old world taste is fused with re…
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Great service and the whole restaurant has a cool nautical theme. Lots of models of ships and fish. Real fish in aquariums too. The food is pretty good, much of the vegetables taste like they come from big cans. The salad bar is not fancy but more than adequate. They have steak and prime rib, but both have obviously been sitting there for hours. All are well done that we saw. There is a pasta bar, with a guy who cooks the pasta, but he is not friendly and won't cook for you or heat up the pasta from the bar. My neices both got spaghetti and it was ice cold!! We did not know that the pasta good should have said something to them so he could heat up their meals. What a waste, but he must have been too busy to take care of preteens. Very pricey so make sure you can eat $30 worth of food (before you even pay for a drink!) Be sure you have coupons!
We visit this restuarant every time we are in the area, at least one or more times a year. The wait staff does a very good job. The food is always hot and very good. We have never had any problems at Hook's. We have visited several other of the seafood restuarants in the area, and none were better than Hook's. We love the steaks that are cooked fresh, the way you request it. The manager recognizes us when we visit the restuarant, and that surprises me seeing how many customers visit the restuarant in a day, week, month, or year. In my opinion, it would not be a vacation in Myrtle Beach without visiting Hook's.
We have been going to Hooks since 2004, when the clams had not been delivered and the owner cooked the last bag for us and brought them to our table with hot melted butter, because we were craving clams. Every year since that we have been to MB, (all but 2007 and 2010), we go to Hooks. The other "all-you-can-eat" seafood buffets may be large, but they do not have the seafood variety and quality of Hooks, and the price is right. We will be there in 2 weeks, and I will again rate this restaurant when I return.