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Current Feature: Flo's Place

At Flo's Place in Murrells Inlet, eat well and let the good times roll!

That's the legacy that Flo (yes, there really is a Flo) passed on to her daughter Debbie, Myrtle Beach restaurants - Flos Placeand Debbie makes sure that the food is fabulous and the good times do indeed roll!

Flo's Place is fun for visitors to The Beach, but you know it's more than just a good restaurant when you see all us locals who love to hang out, eat good food, drink good beer and have a great time.

Flo's Place is a fixture on the Grand Strand, with a great bar, a refined yet funky atmosphere, and staff that is knowledgeable, efficient and fun. Everybody gets a string of mardigras beads, so you know that a unique experience is ahead.

The appetizers are the best on the beach! Try the Cajun Pickle Chips: Dill pickles sliced, seasoned, battered and fried crisp. Or try something unusual: Dem's Alligator Bones, which are alligator legs marinated in a spicy brew and served with a honey mustard barbecue sauce. Flo's also has a raw bar where you can order fresh oysters or clams on the half shell. We've tried all the appetizers and every single one is a treat!

Flo's has many entrees that are a real treat. For a truly nique dining experience, we highly recommend the Dunkin Pot. You and your partner are in for a grand feast for two consisting of oysters, clams, shrimp, sausage, potatoes and shell fish from crawfish (and do try sucking the heads), mussels or crab claws and topped with Snow crab claws. All cooked up in a rich sauce, and served in a steaming cauldren, along with a pot of okra and tomatoes in a tomato-based sauce, and a side of tasty garlic bread so you can soak up all of the yummy sauce.

The specialties of the house are Cajun Blackened fish, Shrimp Creole, sausage, seafood gumbo, and best crab cakes I have ever had, bar none! For meat lovers , Flo's serves a 12 oz. rib eye steak served with crawfish potatoes or French fries and garlic bread. If you're really hungry, order the Henry the Eighth Rib Eye, which is a full 20 ounces and, like its smaller cousin, cooked to perfection.

For the smaller appetite, there are salads, buckets of steamed clams, mussels in a wine sauce, plus crawfish and garlic crab. Or try the alligator stew from the appetizer menu. It consists of a mini cauldron of rice and alligator meat in a rich sauce. Combined with a side of garlic bread, or scrumptious coleslaw, you may not have room for dessert!

The dessert selection is short, but sinful! The New Orleans Bread Pudding is one of Flo's specialties and is served with a drizzle of whiskey sauce that is pure delight. The serving of creme brullee is a large enough portion for two, but you may not want to share. The key lime pie is home-made and fabulous as well.

Flo's Place is located on Highway 17 Business in Murrells Inlet.

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