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 Post subject: Breakfast Buffet?
PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 11:05 pm 
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I didn't see this asked. What is your opinion on the best breakfast buffet in MB and if you know the price and location that would help too.

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Sea Captains - best ambiance in Myrtle Beach as it is right on the beach ! Nothing beats sipping coffee watching the waves roll in....

Great quality food, though not the most expansive buffet. ~9.00, includes coffee and fresh squeezed OJ. Awesome biscuits & gravy, plus their corned beef hash is fantastic. Their regular breakfast menu is top-notch also with items like crab benedict.

Tip the omelet guys !

Mammy's is also mentioned frequently, but I haven't had the buffet. Their regular menu is a bargain !

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Note: I moved this question to the Breakfast/Brunch topic.

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I have to agree.. and Magnolia's across from Anderson Ocean Club is pretty good too


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Shoney's breakfast buffet can be hit or miss - we've been there when it's been great and when it's been no so great.

We're hoping to be able to check out the Golden Corral breakfast buffet (weekends only) on this trip. I think it's around $8 for adults, give or take a dollar or two.

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Oh my goodness I didn't realize the Sea Captains House has a breakfast buffet ( I am assuming since it is the Sea Captains House it is good ?? ). It is so ironic that my mother has insisted we must go back this year and I suggested breakfast with just the girls while the guys golf. I am sure it is delish and I am excited to try it out.

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Deanna - the Sea Captain's buffet is a little limited with typical breakfast foods, but the quality is excellent. Let's see what I can recall from memory:

1) "Cold bar": packaged cereals (corn flakes, raisin bran, etc), fruits (pineapple, cantelope, etc), yogurts, milk, juices, etc

2) Hot bar: Pancakes, waffles, sausage, bacon, corn beef, biscuits, sausage gravy, home fries..... more stuff, I just can't recall.

3) Omelet station: 3 or 4 different cheeses, plus all the usual accompaniments, including jalapenos. I usually order the "kitchen sink", which is everything... might consider holding the jalapenos :pirat: Omelets are HUGE and even I have a hard time finishing one !

If you have any specific questions, I may be able to jar my memory more...

Nothing like filling up on a big breakfast, then going out back and sitting on the beach-side swings ! Enjoy !

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Sea Captain's bfast buffet is no good. It is very limited as mentioned above. I am surprised I am unable to find a decent bfast buffet here.

Oh well...


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Gospel Brunch is good with nice music and great atmosphere-House of Blues at Barefoot Landing, walk it off afterward!


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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast Buffet?
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Mammy's Kitchen is a great Breakfast buffet. The price is verry reasonable and all the standbys are on the bar. Service was great. I will be back to visit when I am back in April. :nanner:


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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast Buffet?
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We went to the Golden Corral breakfast buffet this past June and it was awesome. Soooo much food!! However, it's only on Saturday and Sunday. :cry:

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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast Buffet?
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Mammy's Kitchen is my favorite for a few reasons. First and foremost, the fresh fruit is something we're not used to here in Ohio. Yes, we get it but southern folks get to enjoy it so much more. Second, the staff is always friendly and energetic. They even remember me from year to year. Granted, I have the type of face no one can forget, but still, it's nice to go where they always know your name... so to speak. Like most restaurants in Myrtle Beach, I find it to be a bit pricey. Coffee and the adult priced buffet is over $10... but that includes the ridiculous area taxes. Still, I enjoy it as one of my Myrtle Beach staples. I HAVE to go there at least once during our weekly trips. Cheers!!

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 Post subject: Re: Breakfast Buffet?
PostPosted: Sat Jun 01, 2013 7:51 pm 
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Prossers has a breakfast Buffett too.


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