Tupelo Honey: serving up creative, Southern-inspired food & drink
There’s a lot going on at The Market Common in Myrtle Beach, including a great selection of shopping, entertainment and dining options. One spot to eat for those who can’t get enough Southern cuisine is Tupelo Honey, located right in the heart of The Market Common. So, whether you’re stopping in for a post-round meal, sitting down for a bite between shops or going out on the town for a date night or with the group you are travelling with, Tupelo Honey is a must-try restaurant whether you are a local or extended stayer.
Now, with a Myrtle Beach Golf Passport, members get a FREE small plate (excludes charcuterie) with the purchase of $10 or more, making Tupelo Honey an even better restaurant to try. The freebie is all part of the Passport’s fantastic Membership Benefits that come in addition to receiving discounted rates and preferred tee time access at some of the Grand Strand’s best golf courses.
In one word, the All Day Menu at Tupelo Honey is extensive. Small plates include decadent items like deviled eggs topped with diced peperonata over a spinach and pecan salad, crispy mac & cheese bites with milk gravy and creole sofrito, panko-crusted fried green tomatoes with basil and roasted red pepper sauce, served over stone-ground goat cheese grits and fried pickles with buttermilk ranch. Whatever suits your fancy, Tupelo Honey has a starter for you.
And when you’re ready for something a little more sizeable, don’t forget that Tupelo Honey serves brunch all day, meaning you can order breakfast favorites like fried chicken & biscuits, mountain blueberry pancakes or eggs benedict, no matter what time you stop in or the day of the week. But for our money, you have to try the Shoo Mercy Omelet, with panko-crusted fried green tomatoes, smoked ham, bacon, pimento cheese and pickled jalapeños, and served with parmesan and rosemary potato cracklins.
One could go on and on about the food at Tupelo Honey, but we know your mouth is already watering. Just know there’s a lot more to taste (and sip) at The Market Common. So, take full advantage of this Myrtle Beach Golf Passport membership benefit and taste the South for yourself!