The beloved Sea Captain’s House in Myrtle Beach has been serving fresh seafood to hungry customers for over 50 years, and the locally famous restaurant has decided to make a few changes to the establishment. For 2017, the folks at Sea Captain’s House agreed on sprucing up the restaurant that is loved by locals and vacationers from all over.
While changes are still occurring at Sea Captain’s House and will be for about another month or so, we sat down with General Manager Sheryl Saito to get the scoop about what’s going on.
Renovations at Sea Captain’s House include exterior and interior changes that keep the classic spirit of the restaurant alive, while brightening things up a little.
•The exterior of the Sea Captain’s House has been completely repainted, and a new fence has been put up for beautification. The outdoor front lawn has been changed to make it more attractive and accessible to customers. A new sign has also been ordered, but won’t arrive for another 4-6 weeks or so.
•The interior of the restaurant has been completely repainted, and all carpet has been replaced with hardwood flooring. Tables and chairs throughout the restaurant will be replaced in about 4-6 weeks, and the Carolina Room will get banquettes, new lighting, and artwork.
•In addition, all three fireplaces are now working, providing a comfy ambiance and warmth during the cooler months. The bar area will also be seeing changes soon, as the current furniture will be replaced with high tables and new chairs. Kitchen staff members are also very happy with new equipment and fresh paint.
•Sea Captain’s House provides beautiful views of the Myrtle Beach oceanfront, and guests can enjoy eating outside on beautiful days on the newly renovated patio. The patio has been expanded with new pavers all the way to the building, providing more space for guests and live music on select days.
Head on over to Sea Captain’s House to see the changes now, or in about a month or so, and enjoy delectable meals made with fresh seafood, fresh fruit, and always the freshest ingredients around.
Source: Myrtlebeach.com Blog