Myrtle Beach Dining: Capt. Dave’s Dockside
Capt. Dave’s Dockside
It’s hard to beat the view from Capt. Dave’s Dockside. Overlooking the salt marsh, there is a large boardwalk you can stroll if you want to take in the views before dining. Serving food since 1975, Capt. Dave’s reopened in 2006 with a brand-new building that includes porches and large, homey rooms. The spacious deck overlooking the water features live music each weekend, and the piano bar in the lounge draws regulars. Open for lunch and dinner, Capt. Dave’s is known for the dishes it has created to cook on its lump charcoal grill, including steak, lobster and other specialties. The charcoal is actually wood that has been burned into a coal form, which gives the food a unique flavor.