Carnivores and rum-heads: Try Cheesburger in Paradise in Myrtle Beach
Sometimes after a round, by god, a man wants a shot of rum and a big, fat cheeseburger, to hell with calories, cholesterol or good sense.
Cheeseburger in Paradise in Myrtle Beach is where that man should go.
Yes, it’s a little cheesy – sorry – with its cabana-style bar inside, all the Jimmy Buffett décor and the sea shells inlaid in the floor, but this is good cheesy.
The cheesburgers are thick as a hind end of a bison and the sweet potato chips are excellent – just be sure to eat them while they’re hot. They tend to congeal into something altogether different when allowed to cool off.
It isn’t just a burger joint either – you can get bayou crab and spinach dip, chicken and sausage gumbo, barbecue jerk ribs and tropical tilapia.
If you’re REALLY into Buffett, you may want the Son of a Son of a Sailor salad, the “Which way do I steer” salad and meat or the coral reefer crab cakes.
For dessert: Chocolate nachos? Thanks, but I passed.
And yes, you will hear the song of the same name. There must be a restaurant rule that it has to be played every so often.
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You eat like RonMon blogs, Old Mac.
And if that's a cheeseburger chain, then Chris, I say we embrace that.
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