As the Easter holiday approaches, there can be no finer place to enjoy an Easter dinner than on Restaurant Row in Myrtle Beach. Easter is a time for families to enjoy a day out on the town, and put out of their mind about slaving over those hectic Easter dinner preparations.
Chestnut Hill “The Restaurant” will host another fabulous Easter Brunch dinner. There will be many items to choose from that will delight any picky eater. The Easter buffet will consist of a cold menu, comprised of chicken salad, tuna salad, pasta salad, Waldorf salad, carrot salad, fresh fruit cup, and tossed salad. The Easter buffet will also include poached salmon, smoked oysters, and specialty cut cheeses to accommodate their fresh baked bread. The scrumptious entrée menu will include; baked Virginia ham with honey mustard sauce, Certified top round angus beef with au Jus sauce, southern fried chicken, seafood Creole, chicken Teriyaki, homemade quiche, grits and eggs – just to name a few. Prime Rib will be included in the Easter buffet. The restaurant will also cover a variety of deserts and coffee specialty drinks. The Easter brunch will cost $30 per person, kids 1 to 3 eat free, teens 11 to 16 cost $13.95.
Chestnut Hill restaurant is located at 9922 Highway, 17 North – Myrtle Beach. Call 843-449-3984 for Easter dinner reservations and the time that the buffet will begin.
The Chesapeake House has been serving great holiday dinners for over 30 years. The restaurant Easter dinner will be one to remember – as they keep it simple, patrons will have the opportunity to order directly from their extensive menu. The menu consists of a wide variety of appetizers to start off the meal. The appetizers are; bacon wrapped scallops, grilled shrimp, grilled scallops, onion rings with dipping sauce, Cajun shrimp or oysters, and shrimp cocktail. The magic continues on with New England style clam chowder, she crab soup, oyster stew, and their in house famous fish stew. The Chesapeake House also offers a variety of house salads, and a specialty dinner salad that consist of a combination of mixed greens – which includes Monterey jack cheese, toasted almonds, homemade croutons, and 3 homemade salads dressings to choose from. The topping for this salad are; grilled salmon, fried oysters, boiled shrimp, and grilled chicken breast. The restaurant has a wonderful group menu which consists of a seafood combination plate, shrimp marinara, 8oz Rib eye steak, and several other tempting entrées to choose from. Doors will open at 4:30, there are no reservations needed. Anyone wishing to visit Chesapeake House for the Easter holiday should call 843-449-3231 for prices of food items listed in this article. The Chesapeake House is located at 9918 Highway 17 North – Myrtle Beach.