Chestnut Hill: A Myrtle Beach Tradition Since 1987 | Visit
Since opening in 1987, Chestnut Hill has been synonymous with fresh local seafood, quality food and excellent customer service.
Chef / owner Chris Lee has been in the restaurant since day one. He comes from a family of “working farmers who have become restaurateurs”.
“I grew up cooking. I love to cook, ”said Lee.
He combined his love of cooking and his passion for fishing to create a menu filled with fresh local seafood, USDA Choice beef and more.
“Everything we serve here is quality,” said Lee.
The restaurant is open from 4 p.m. to closing Monday to Saturday and from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. for Sunday dinner.
Chestnut Hill has been offering Sunday brunch “from day one”.
“We’re probably the oldest brunch in Myrtle Beach,” said the owner. “No one does it better than Chestnut Hill.”
The all-you-can-eat brunch buffet is from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. every Sunday.
The buffet includes French toast, eggs benedict, homemade quiche, shrimp and oatmeal, poached salmon, cold boiled shrimp, bacon, smoked sausage, baked Virginia ham, pork tenderloin , roasted Prime Au Jus beef and more.
The restaurant recently started offering a Bloody Mary bar, with drinks at $ 4 with purchase of brunch.
Reservations are accepted but not required for brunch and dinner.
Chestnut Hill also has a happy hour nightly 4-7pm in the lounge only.
All happy hour appetizers are under $ 10 and there are specials on local beer, Canyon Road wines, and house liquors.
“Everything we serve on the dinner menu is translated into the bar menu,” Lee said.
The restaurant has a small plate menu for early risers, served from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the restaurant, including smaller portions of the restaurant’s favorite dishes, including shrimp dinner, prawns and Low Country oatmeal. and the Chestnut Hill Medallion, a center cut filet mignon medallion topped with Chestnut Hill crab cake and garnished with a Béarnaise sauce.
“All sauces and dressings are made from scratch,” Lee said.
Evening meals are also offered and change regularly.
Chestnut Hill is family-friendly and has a kids’ menu, with options ranging from PB&J to fried or grilled shrimp.
Lee describes his restaurant as “fine, relaxed cuisine”.
You don’t have to wear a tuxedo jacket or fancy dress to enjoy a meal there, and many diners come straight from the golf course or the beach.
Located along the waterway, you may see an alligator or turtle while eating.
Chestnut Hill hosts many private parties, from wedding receptions to corporate events, and offers a private upstairs dining room, “Myrtle Beach’s best kept secret”.
Chestnut Hill is at 9922 US 17 North in Myrtle Beach. For more information visit chatnuthilldining.com or dial 843-449-3984.