About Gulfstream Cafe
Garden City, SC 29576
Voted “best restaurant with a view” & “most romantic” by The Sun News. Watch the sun set from the upstairs deck and savor the creamy She-Crab soup, jumbo lump Crab Cakes or Southern favorite, fried Lobster Tail. Offering seasonal Oyster Roasts, Sunday brunch and family-style to go.
Seafood, Southern, Wine Bar
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 4pm - 10:00pm;
Brunch: Sunday:10:00am -2:30pm;
Sunday: 2:30pm - 10:00pm;
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Seasonal live entertainment on the Sunset Deck.
Authentic, big flavors from the South are available including appetizers like N'awlins Shrimp and Grits and large party favorites like Low Country Seafood Boils and freshly steamed Oyster Roasts.
Delivered direct to your home with an optional full service staff for any order, small or large. Convenient same day ordering available.
Free self-parking is available for cars, golf carts and bikes. Boat docking is available at Marlin Quay Marina, as well as a water taxi.
Water taxi is available at Marlin Quay Marina.
Private Party Facilities:
Gulfstream Cafe’s Sunset Deck is as unique as the restaurant itself. With romantic views of the sunset, its own entrance and bar– it’s like having a small restaurant reserved just for you and your guests.
The deck and bar can accommodate up to 80 guests for a seated event or up to 100 for a cocktail reception. Our main dining room can also be reserved for larger private events.
Private Party Contact:
Jef Kirk: (843) 651-8808
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Gulfstream Cafe Ratings and Reviews
Snowbird in Myrtle Beach for Jan and Feb. A friend that lives here and I meet for the Sunday brunch. The selection is excellent and well worth the money. My only recommendation would to serve real eggs and not the processed liquid eggs both for the scrambled and omelets. Not the same taste and really a disappointment to have that on an otherwise wonderful buffet. My friend requested an omelet with real eggs because of an allergy and was told that was not possible.
Our dinner was absolutely delicious. The she-crab soup was the best that I have ever eaten! I had the crab stuffed lobster and my husband had the crab cakes. Both meals were exceptional! Our server, Adam, did a wonderful job and provided the best service that I have seen in a long time. We hope to return on our next visit to Myrtle Beach.
It was the second time my husband and I have been to Gulfstream Cafe. The first, in September, we dined on the rooftop and watched the fireworks over the marsh. It was quite crowded and we had to wait a long time for our seats, even though we had reservations. The food and the view were worth the wait. This time the place was not very crowded, and nearly empty by the time we left. It was a relaxing evening and a fun way to celebrate my cousin's birthday. Our two waitresses were wonderful, the food again was excellent, and we had a great evening. We definitely will return.
We are frequent diners at Gulfstream Café but on this particular occasion, we went for Sunday brunch on New Year's Day. The food was good, our waitress was attentive, and the view, as always, was spectacular. This was my first Sunday brunch in years, so I'm unsure whether the menu is always the same, but the diversity and quality was good. The different Bloody Mary's were a nice option, but I very much miss the Sunday Bloody Mary bar this restaurant used to offer. On my evening visits to Gulfstream, I usually choose to eat at the bar, mainly because the regular bartender, Jamie, is so terrific. The evening food is consistently good but the main problem, particularly for a foodie, is that the menu never changes. Gulfstream could be a truly fabulous dining venue-one fit for foodies- if only the chef were encouraged to be more creative and innovative. I do not believe the menu has substantially changed in 10 years and even the "specials " aren't anything new. It's really a pity because this place has so much potential.
My family and friends have been Gulfstream patrons for 20 years. The last few times we've eaten at Gulfstream we've been disappointed with the service. Wait staff seem frenetic and too busy to be attentive. My wife and I spent three nights dining out. We spent approximately $100 each night excluding gratuity. The competing restaurants were much more attentive to our needs. Gulfstream needs staff to handle water and tea service. Staff are nice but the experience is becoming more of a casual dining experience than an more elegant experience. The food is always excellent.
We went with family on Christmas Day , we booked early to be sure to get in. We chose an early sitting, so we would see the marshlands and sunset before it got too dark.. We had a table with beautiful view of the sunset and marshlands. Food was excellent, service great, ambience for the season was perfect.......so nice to hear Merry Christmas being said everywhere around us.
Will defiantly be back again, and not just at Christmas.
Thank You from a family of very happy Canadians .
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