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Searching for the Best Seafood in Myrtle Beach?

Sometimes our guests want to know where the Myrtle Beach locals go when they want the freshest seafood out there. Maybe they have a room with a kitchen and they just want to do their own low country boil. We understand and we have some great ideas for you!

Eugene Platt’s Fish & Shrimp Co.

This North Myrtle Beach institution in the Cherry Grove area is a favorite for the freshest shrimp, crab, oysters and more. You can get the seafood packed on ice to take back with you to cook yourself or have the staff steam to order—they’ll even ask how much Old Bay you like. If you wait for the staff to steam for you, have fun strolling the aisles, checking out the fishing supplies and bait. Located at 1104 Sea Mountain Hwy., North Myrtle Beach, S.C.

• Berry’s Seafood Express Market

Berry’s also sells fresh fish that the staff can steam for you or pack for travel, and also has a few tables where they serve simply prepared seafood dishes. “Not fancy but it is best and freshest seafood you will find in Myrtle Beach area. Eat in, Take out or buy and cook yourself this place a no lose situation,” wrote one reviewer on Trip Advisor. Located at 1122 Sea Mountain Hwy., North Myrtle Beach, S.C.

• Harrelson’s Seafood Market

Harrelson’s Seafood Market in Murrells inlet sells fresh caught seafood and also offers a grill from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. “While there are other similar seafood shacks along the Inlet, I chose to return to Harrelson's because it was pristine clean, the seafood is always fresh-caught, and the staff is both friendly and knowledgeable,” writes one Yelp reviewer. Located at 4368 Hwy. 17 business, Murrells Inlet, S.C.

Seven Seas Seafood Market

Seven Seas carries fresh fish directly off their fleet of 12 fishing boats and two shrimp boats. They’ll cut the fish however you like, including mahi mahi, pink snapper, Carolina trigger fish, fresh shrimp and more. Located at 3476 Highway 17 business, Murrells Inlet, S.C.

Tell us your favorite way to prepare seafood when you’re visiting Myrtle Beach in our travel forum!

Posted 4/16/13

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