Original Benjamin’s Calabash Seafood
Original Benjamin’s Calabash Seafood is one of the original seafood buffets in Myrtle Beach. Claiming over 170 items, Benjamin’s is one of the largest buffets around.
Not only do your choices include great “Calabash-Style” seafood, enjoy made-to-order pasta station, carving station, crab station, and an in-house bakery that creates fresh breads and desserts from scratch.
Original Benjamin’s Calabash Seafood has been featured in USA Today national newspaper, Southern Living and Gourmet magazines.
Find out why locals award it as the “Best of the Beach” winner year after year in The Sun News and Myrtle Beach Herald.
Address: 9593 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29572
Hours: Mon-Sun 3:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Hours of operation call: (843) 449-0821(Recording only)
Orginal Benjamin’s Main Dishes
beef, chicken, bbq ribs, stuffed mushrooms, casseroles, vegetables crab cakes, barbecue
Fresh Fried, Baked & Broiled Seafood
a wide variety of fish along with scallops, oysters, shrimp, clams, mussels, crawfish, deviled crabs & more
Pasta Your Way
delicious pasta dishes prepared for you
top round roast, honey glazed pit ham
prepared fresh each & everyday
Fresh Breads & Soup
our new england clam chowder along with homemade soup of the day
marinated & grilled in alemon butter sauce
16 oz choice ribeye grilled on the irons to your specifications
plump select oysters, lightly breaded & deep fried
coastal carolina’s finest shrimp, perfectly seasoned & fried golden brown
our choice filet of flounder lightly dusted with flour & deep fried
broiled lobster tail, or for a special treat, try our secres batter dipped fried lobster delight
Original Benjamin’s Dry Sea Aquarium
As you enter the restaurant you are surrounded by one of the world’s largest collections of nautical antiques, large scale ship models and mounted sea creatures.
The large scale ship models are really a sight to behold and are very impressive. One of our largest models is the RMS Queen Elizabeth. It reaches 30 feet but is still only built on a 1:32 scale (1 foot = 32 feet).
Make sure you check out Megaladon and the local World Records mounts!