Martin’s Restaurant Serves Great Breakfast, Dinner for Long Bay Resort Guests
One of the many great reasons to stay and play at Long Bay Resort in Myrtle Beach is the convenience of having one of the Grand Strand's top restaurants right on the property.
Located in the lobby of the Long Bay, Martin's Restaurant offers fine dining in the evenings and a bountiful breakfast buffet in the mornings. There's no need to leave the resort when you can take an elevator ride for breakfast to start your day, or dinner to cap the night.
Named for the owner/chef Martin Dobr, this 175-seat facility transforms from a bustling breakfast cafe by day to an upscale dining room by night. That's when Martin, a colorful character who has spent the past 40 years as a traveling chef working all over the world.
A native of what is now known as the Czech Republic, Martin developed his flair for European cuisine while working in Prague and Austria, and the menu reflects his roots. While cooking in Canada, Hawaii, Alaska and eventually for the rich and famous in Los Angeles, Martin also developed some unique American dishes that result in some creative combinations in the kitchen.
Martin has spent the past 20 years in Myrtle Beach, developing and perfecting dishes that reflect his unique lifework. All dinners are three-course meals prepared "Specially for you!" - Martin's catch phrase that you are likely to hear at least one time during your dinner. Martin often takes a break from the kitchen to talk to diners and greet his many repeat customers.
Start with a table-side Caesar salad, prepared fresh and to your liking by your server, and enjoy a hot cup of the soup de jor. Entrees include classic European dishes like Veal Francese, Roasted Duck, Beef Stroganoff and Wiener schnitzel, which Martin proclaims to be the best within 1,000 miles.
Martin's also serves fresh local seafood - shrimp, crab, scallops and more - and great steaks to create your own surf-and-turf combo. For the kids, there are hamburgers, chicken fingers and all their favorites, and the desserts are to die for ... if you still have room.
Start your day the same way, with a trip to Martin's for a huge breakfast bar, including made-to-order omelet stations and fresh-made waffles. Sausage, bacon, eggs, grits, hash browns and more are on the lineup seen days a week from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. during the summer months. Martin’s restaurant in Myrtle Beach is open for dinner from 5 to 10 p.m. every day except Sunday. For more information, visit www.martinsrestaurantmb.com.
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