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Greg Norman’s Australian Grill

restaurants-gregnormangrillLocated on the waterfront at Barefoot Landing in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is Greg Norman’s Australian Grill. This beauty opened in October, 1999, the setting and atmosphere in the sharks’ restaurant will have you “Blokes” and “Sheila’s” feeling like you’re in one of Sydney’s finest harbor side restaurants. The great golf champion from the land down under offers elegant dining, innovative cuisine and spectacular decor at this fine eating establishment.

The interior is comprised of rich Australian grain leathers, handcrafted woods, and motifs and authentic Aborigine artwork. The hand painted ceiling in the dining room and the full length mural in the pub of waterfalls is reminiscent of the great Australian outback. It is hard to believe that you are in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Chef prepared entrees include exotic Australian fare with a touch of finesse, including; fresh wood grilled seafood, robust juicy steaks, grilled/roasted poultry, delicate racks of lamb and so much more, all are served in a symphony of flavors and artistically presented in an ambiance that will exceed your dining expectations.

The impeccable service and overall menu knowledge of the staff will be sure to impress you; their extensive wine list earned an award of excellence from Wine Spectator Magazine and a climate controlled wine cellar houses the award winning selection of handcrafted wines, featuring Greg Norman Estate wines.

Seating with spectacular waterfront views of Myrtle Beach is available and the dining room overlooks the kitchen featuring an open air wood burning grill and rotisserie. If you prefer dining outdoors, a deck seating approximately eighty and overlooking the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway awaits you, slowly sip on your favorite beverage as you watch the flames dance enchantingly around the fire pit.

A large oval shaped bar made out of rich mahogany seats up to twenty two guests and there are eight TV’S throughout the pub area to view your favorite sporting action, or relax in a large arm chair or sofa while soaking up the picturesque Intracoastal Waterway that winds it’s way through Myrtle Beach.

Approximately two hundred and twenty five feet of free dock space beside the restaurant deck is provided for those who arrive by boat and a private dining room is available, accommodating parties of up to twenty four. Grab a souvenir or two from the retail shop featuring a full line of Greg Norman Collections of clothing and accessories.

So if you feel the hunger, NO WORRIES MATE, stop by Greg Norman’s Australian Grill and satisfy the Aussie in you!

Greg Norman’s Australian Grill
4930 S Kings Hwy
Myrtle Beach, SC 29575
843-361-0000
www.shark.com

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  1. I took my family to Greg Norman’s Australian Grill on July 4, 2011. The appetizers were good, the dinner was bad, the service was bad.
    The bill was more than $1,000 and when the bill came I made a “joke” to the waiter that maybe the restaurant would give a free drink to 2 people at the table. His reponse was that he needed to speak to the beverage manager. He came back and advised us that the beverage manager responded negative. That is the best way to conduct marketing and trying to get client into your restaurant. Greedy and cheap people. Never again.
    Luckily the fire works were very nice.

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