About Gulfstream Cafe
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: 8436518808x
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
We visited with friends who were celebra ...
We visited with friends who were celebrating an anniversary. Happily, our request for a window table afforded a gorgeous sunset and our table was decorated with confetti for the occasion. We shared excellent calamari to start followed by delicious she-crab soup. Mains included crab cake and portobello salmon. We took away key lime pie and apple walnut to enjoy the next day. Both were excellent. Beautiful setting!
Not our first visit and we would love to ...
Not our first visit and we would love to see some changes on the menu. Also although our server was excellent and kept following up with us it took 15 minutes to get our drinks from the time we ordered. The restaurant was not extremely busy. Then probably another hour before we got dinner.
Eight at our table. Our male server eng ...
Eight at our table. Our male server engaging helpfull & attentive. Don't remember name big guy great personality, would hire in a NY minute if he were available. Can't say same for your use of omelet egg mixture. Overall great experience for everyone. Definitely recommend to anyone.
We had Sunday Brunch at GulfStream Cafe. ...
We had Sunday Brunch at GulfStream Cafe. The waiter was very attentive. The buffet had the usual breakfast items as well as an omelette station plus some seafood lunch items. All the selections were very tasty. Also fresh fruit , Caesar salad and fresh mozzarella caprisi. Of course it was all you can eat. We sat outside with a wonderful view of the inlet.
Service was slow. Not enough wait/barten ...
Service was slow. Not enough wait/bartender staff. Some of us ordered MahiMahi franchaise, what we received was deep fried, over cooked fish. Chef might not know the terms. The staff was running around trying to satisfy there tables or bar orders. This was not their fault in my mind. Management made a wrong decision. Our group is all locals, we are out every Friday night. You might not be on our list anymore. Sad, we used to love Gulfstream. John Melzer
Great Sunday brunch with friends. Dinin ...
Great Sunday brunch with friends. Dining on the waterfront at the marina is very relaxing. Rod our server was very friendly and efficient. Brunch was outstanding. My husband loves the omlettes to order and I love the oyster shooters and lunch offerings on the brunch bar.
We had made reservations for my wife's b ...
We had made reservations for my wife's birthday for 8pm for three people. We arrived 5 mins early and a group that arrived ahead of us with no reservations were seated at one of the last remaining water view tables. We were told to wait and after 5-10 mins we were seated at a water view table right next to the patio door which had constant traffic and the other side of the table the person sitting there had little room due to a large party sitting at the next table. An air conditioning vent was located under the table which was uncomfortable. We tried to make the best of it but eventually we asked for the manager and she had a bit of attitude but found another table. My point in this is if you have a party with a reservation arriving I would think you would hold the best table for them not sit a party that didn't take the time to make a reservation ahead of them. We are regular customers of the Gulfstream Cafe and still will continue to visit. Just a bad experience.
Highlights of our 30th anniversary meal: ...
Highlights of our 30th anniversary meal: Crab legs over cooked, garlic mashed potatoes - were garlic mush, green beans - blan, she-crab soup was outstanding, steak was excellent, fries were cold and tasteless, cheese cake - just a cold lump on the plate-Gordon Ramsey would not be pleased!
We were looking for a nicer seafood plac ...
We were looking for a nicer seafood place and this place is perfect. At the suggestion of our server we tried the Shrimp and Grits appetizer and it was great. My wife ordered the Mahi and I had the Lump Crab Cakes and both were great. Will certainly go again.
This was our first visit to Gulfstream C ...
This was our first visit to Gulfstream Café and it is now on our "favorites" rotation. I booked this reservation because of a recent review that said this place was one of the two "best views" spots in SC. Since it was just up the street from where we were staying I thought we'd give it a try. The sunset view from the outside dining area is by far the best in the Myrtle Beach area. Our meal was very enjoyable, we all had something different and nobody had any regrets regarding their selection or how things were prepared. The wait staff was helpful and attentive, the cocktails were well done and a great experience was had by all. We will definitely be going back the next time we are in the area.
The Gulfstream Café is a yearly destinat ...
The Gulfstream Café is a yearly destination for our family during our stay in Myrtle Beach. We made a reservation, and were seated immediately upon arrival. Our waitress was friendly. One of our family members requested an item that was no longer on the menu. Our waitress was able to have the chef prepare it for him. All in all you can't beat the food and the fabulous view!
The outdoor seating gave a wonderful amb ...
The outdoor seating gave a wonderful ambiance for preparing to see the sunset over the marsh. The idea of this is what drew me to the Gulfstream Cafe and I wasn't disappointed, except for a young child being seated next to me. I immediately ordered what sounded like a tasty cocktail, but it ended up being simply ok; nothing to brag about or worth ordering a second. I then switched to wine. Even though the special of the Blackened Mahi sounded delicious, I thought it a little overpriced for where I had just had it the night before at a nearby restaurant. So, I decided on the fried flounder. I was happy with my choice, as it was delicious!! The hush puppies had somewhat of a sweet taste to them which is not my preference, so I skipped finishing those. One thing I wish could be done is the top rail of the outdoor porch seating be lowered. The view of the marsh is a big selling point for this place and yet when you are seated, it is difficult to get a good picture of the view without getting up and moving away from your table. Everyone seemed to be doing just that, so it was a bit distracting. Overall, my meal was very tasty and a relaxing, enjoyable dining experience. My server Jesse was the highlight of the experience as he was very attentive and took very good care of me.
We visit Gulf Stream every trip to the M ...
We visit Gulf Stream every trip to the Myrtle Beach area. Wonderful outdoor seating. Very nice views, great sunset. Good food, reasonable price. Great friendly service. Highly recommended for anyone visiting the Myrtle Beach area
We went to gulfstream 2 times this summe ...
We went to gulfstream 2 times this summer, once for the early bird special and liked it very much so decided to return and try the regular menu. These were our problems the second time.
No utensils on our table. We had to ask twice.
Had to ask for bread plates.
Salad was served with no dressing...had to ask for some.
Requested more water. It never came.
The filet mignon was served raw in the middle. It was sent back twice.
Asked for leftover box 3 times before it came.
I wish I could say something positive, but the whole experience was very frustrating. I guess the positive is we didn't have to pay for the filet since we couldn't eat it.
This place is across the street from wh ...
This place is across the street from where we vacation. we took a friend this year telling her about the wonderful crab soup. not as wonderful this year. soup was just warm and not served with a side of sherry. when asked our just average server said we no longer do that . So glad this was not out first time.
We eat at Gulfstream at least three time ...
We eat at Gulfstream at least three times per year and have for the last 10-12 years whenever we stay at our beach house. Most of the time the service and food are excellent. On this occasion the food was great but service was subpar from the moment we walked in till we finished. People were cordial and tried to be helpful but our table wobbled and the staff didn't try to fix it. My son used sweetener packets from the table to steady it. Our server was slow and not the most attentive person. I had to ask him to bring us bread after he served the table beside us who were seated at least 15 minutes after we were seated. All in all things were okay but not great. For the money we spent and the number of times we've been there "okay" is not acceptable.
Was looking for something a bit more "up ...
Was looking for something a bit more "upscale" than our usual Myrtle Beach eats. Drove about 15 minutes to Murrells Inlet. Soooooo worth the drive. Was a departure from the hustle and bustle of the strip. Went for casual brunch w/ girlfriends, and it couldn't have been more perfect. From the scenery to the food. Five stars!! Brunch was super inexpensive and for the value of the food. We really lucked out!! Will definitely visit now on every Myrtle vacay!!
Beautiful view... Not much more than tha ...
Beautiful view... Not much more than that. Bought a pitcher drink for $23. Lots of ice, lots of juice, no alcohol that we could taste or "feel" after drinking that much. Food was ok and waiter was rushed. (Wasn't that busy at 8:00)
This was my third visit to the Gulf Stre ...
This was my third visit to the Gulf Stream Café. The reason my wife and I have come back to this restaurant was 3 things.... Romantic setting, food and service. Unfortunately this last visit we were missing the service. although polite, our server rushed us initially, and when we tried to slow him down by ordering our drinks & appetizers we became forgotten. Walking past with empty drinks, never asking if we'd like to order our dinner. Other couples came and went before our dinner was served. I would still recommend this restaurant because of our other visits. Possibly the server was just having a bad evening.
We made a 7:00 reservation and requested ...
We made a 7:00 reservation and requested a table by the window. We enjoyed a beautiful sunset and a delicious dinner. The shrimp and grits appetizer was very good and not the usual shrimp and grits.
It is a great place for a date or special occasion.
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