Enjoy ‘Landfood’ on the Beach at Damon’s Oceanfront Grill
Most restaurants on the Myrtle Beach oceanfront specialize in seafood. After all, where else can you "see" where your "food" came from?
But "landfood" lovers can enjoy beachfront dining too at Damon's Oceanfront Grill in Myrtle Beach.
Located in a beach house-style structure right on the Atlantic Ocean, Damon’s features spectacular views both from the open-air patio deck and the large pane-glass windows in the dining room. There’s not a bad seat in the house, nor a bad item on the menu.
This small regional chain is famous for its baby-back ribs, and for good reason. So tender they fall off the bone and so sweet and tangy they throw a party in your mouth, Damon's ribs are award-winning and time-tested. Folks have been piling up platefuls of bones here for years.
Of course, man does not live by ribs alone. Damon's offers a diverse menu, including steaks, seafood, salads, soups and starters to keep every member of your party happy. Try Damon's Famous Onion Loaf or Damon's delicious chicken wings for pre-meal sharing.
Open for lunch and dinner, Damon's works wonders on the grill with black angus steaks, prime rib, pork chops, chicken and seafood, such as shrimp, salmon, and the fresh catch of the day - all prepared to perfection. Hungry diners opt for the surf and turf combos that allow you to mix and match your seafood and landfood favorites in one dish.
Before or after dinner is a great time to kick back and enjoy a drink or dessert while admiring the magic just outside the back door. Sunset paints the clouds and sky an array of hues and the ocean breeze blows in to cool things off on the open-air patio. A nice mix of families, both locals and tourists, pack the house and patio for the combination of great food and views.
Damon’s has two locations on the Grand Strand, one in North Myrtle Beach near Barefoot Landing, and the Myrtle Beach store is the only one directly on the oceanfront. Located on secluded stretch of beach, Damon’s does not require reservations but they’re not a bad idea during the busy summer months. For more information, visit the website at www.ribsribsribs.com.