Old-School Seafood in an Unapologetic Roadside Joint
The boat captain's chairs used as bar stools are an early indicator that you've found a locals' seafood joint unlike the generic buffets common in Myrtle Beach. Start with the signature Oysters Rockefeller or the peel-n-eat Priddy Spicy Shrimp, boiled in their signature seasoning. Wash it all down with a cold beer and strike up a conversation with a salty local. Beware—during peak season in the summer, waits can reach an hour or more.