Key West Grill – Myrtle Beach SC

Heard enough about my vacation?  I didn’t think so!  How about a restaurant review…

Key West Grill

After my beautiful day on the beach, the whole gang headed back to the condo to freshen up.  Earlier in the week my husband and I went out for a night alone and ended up at the Key West Grill at Broadway on the Beach for late night dessert.  When we told my mother about it, she had to try it too so we decided that would be where we would celebrate our birthdays, in style.  (Her’s being October 24, mine the 29th, and neither of us are giving out birth years!)


What a beautiful place!  Since it was the off-season, we were seated right away, at a table right by the deck (too cool for outside dining that night, unfortunately).  We had a nice view of the lagoon and the Dragon’s Lair Fantasy Golf Course, which shot flames into the air every so often, to the amusement of my son, Andy.  Broadway was so pretty, all lit up for the night, they use LOTS of neon.  Choices of seating included large tables like ours, booths for 2 and 4, and of course bar seating.  It was all marble and leather look, luxurious without being heavy.   There was a live parrot sitting on a cage right inside the door.


After the hostess seated us, our waiter appeared promptly to tell us of the daily specials and take our drink orders.  Brad was an Aussie fellow, very friendly without being overbearing.  I ordered the Key West Cosmo, a lovely concoction.  Drinks were served and we started on the difficult task of choosing our dinner entrees.

They have a huge menu, heavy on seafood but there are also steaks, pasta and chicken dishes, along with pizza.  Our choices:


Andy loves his pizza!


My Dad's fried oysters


My mother had fried flounder


Dana chose a daily special - Ahi Tuna Steak with a crab alfredo sauce over angel hair pasta


My birthday dinner - crab stuffed shrimp, Cuban coleslaw, fried plaintains

Looking at these photos, looks like we went a little heavy on the fried food, but hey, we were on vacation right?  Everyone knows vacation calories don’t count!

Anyway it was all delicious, the fried plaintains were interesting, I had never had them before.  I would like to try them grilled the next time.  But, we’re not done yet.  This is a birthday dinner remember?  We must have dessert!  Only two choices were made:


Tiramisu, divine!


Must have, Key Lime Pie

Both were very yummy (that’s a technical term you know).    The tiramisu was light and full flavored, the Key Lime Pie authentic with just the right amount of tang combined with sweet.

If you are in Myrtle Beach and you want a special night out, stop by the Key West Grill.  You will be treated to a delicious meal in a beautiful setting.

Key West Grill
Broadway at the Beach
1213 Celebrity Circle
Myrtle Beach, SC  29577

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One Response to Key West Grill – Myrtle Beach SC

  1. knitwick says:

    There’s really nothing wrong with a little fried food… I certainly can’t resist it.

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