Where to Eat
“Murrells Inlet, about a 20-minute drive from downtown Myrtle Beach, is nicknamed “the seafood capital of the world.” A standout restaurant is Wicked Tuna, with eight boats ferrying in fresh fish, shrimp and oysters each day. ”
Best View on the MarshWalk
"Wicked Tuna has their own fishing fleet that delivers fresh seafood to the restaurant daily. We actually saw the seafood in their deep freezer room! Wicked Tuna also has top grade steaks, signature cocktails, happy hour and live music. Plan to attend one of their signature events such as Trivia Tuesdays at the Tuna Shak, salsa dancing or a wine dinner. It is a great place to gather with friends, family, go on a date night or watch a sports game."
The Sophisticated Life
The Freshest Seafood Ever
"“I wish we had something like this in New York” is what Pete said while we were eating, and I couldn’t agree more. This was my favorite meal of the whole trip, and The Wicked Tuna is a must if you’re in Myrtle Beach."
They Cooked the Fish that Lori Caught!
“We enjoyed beautiful artful sushi rolls, paired with shrimp and grits, and other fish entrees. I just had to get their “fish and chips,” because its’ such a classic dish. And it was amazing!"