I made a quick trip to South Carolina this weekend for a visit. We went to so many little boutiques and stopped at the outlets, and got so many snacks throughout our travels. Later this week, I’ll post a list of where all we stopped. Today, I wanted to highlight Blueberry’s Grill in North Myrtle Beach.
Blueberry’s Grill has a location in Myrtle Beach + North Myrtle Beach. We went to the location in North Myrtle Beach. It’s a breakfast/lunch spot in Barefoot Landing. They are open everyday from 6am to 3pm.
We went Saturday morning, right as the brunch rush was slowing down so we had about a 35-40 minute wait. It was pretty easy to kill time by wandering around the little shops + watching the turtles in the pond.
We sat outside + even though it was in the low 80s, there were so many fans blowing that we were able to stay cool while we ate.
The breakfast + lunch menus are both very thorough so to speak! There were sooo many options + the food everyone had on their tables looked incredibly delicious. Making a decision took us all quite a bit of time!
I went with the Breakfast of Champions ($11.72) – 2x buttermilk pancakes with syrup + butter, 2x eggs your way (I got scrambled), bacon or sausage (I don’t eat pork so I got bacon for one of the gals), country home fries or stone-ground grits (home fries every time). I washed that down with an Island Mimosa – champagne with orange juice + pineapple juice, garnished with a slice of pineapple + a blueberry.
One of the gals got the Supreme Chef Salad ($11.23) – romaine lettuce, baby spring mix, cherry tomatoes, roasted red peppers, smoked turkey, Virginia ham, cheddar-jack cheese, sun-dried tomatoes, olives, hard-boiled eggs, choice of dressing. This salad was pretty substantial.
The third gal got the tall stack of buttermilk pancakes with syrup + butter ($5.87), and a plate of bananas, blueberries, and strawberries ($2.14).
The food came out pretty quickly considering how insanely crowded it was – like I only went inside to go to the bathroom + quickly came back out. I feel like when you’re seated, you’re not nearly as award of how many people are milling about as there are. We definitely got there during the brunch rush – put our names on the list around 11am + were back + seated by 11:45am. We left around 1pm, and it was so much quieter when we left.
I definitely think this place is bananas during the tourist season + holiday weekends (like Mother’s Day weekend). During the week, it’s probably pretty slow in the off-season.
Overall, I definitely recommend Blueberry’s Grill. The food was so delicious + it’s a super pretty, artsy restaurant. It’s also reasonably priced.
Have you been to Blueberry’s Grill? If so, how was your experience? What did you order? Tell me about it in the comments below!