WHEN WAS FLAMINGO GRILL BUILT?
Ten Years after building Cagney’s, the two Dino’s designed and built their second restaurant in 1986.
WHERE IS IT? WHAT’S IT LIKE?
Located one mile south of Carolina Opry and the Dunes Golf Club on the corner of 71st ave, you’ll want to experience this terrific restaurant, which true to Cagney’s tradition, offers another fascinating departure from the world of dining ordinary.
It’s upbeat, it’s art deco, it’s been written up in Southern Living, Adventure Magazine, Architecture Magazine, NY Post Travel, Sandlapper and too numerous to mention Newspapers. The staff is so exceptional you’ll want to take some of them home.
Exhilarating, sexy art deco ambiance and a sensational menu featuring the same World Famous Prime Rib, Steaks and Lobster, highlighted by the Beach’s best selection of Uptown Seafood, Grilled Fish, and Italian specialties.
Locals rave about the Blackened Prime Rib, Seared Tuna, Lowcountry Crabcakes, Lobster Tail, Cajun Oysters, Peppercorn Salmon, Steak Flamingo, Filet Oscar, Lemon Pepper Grouper and their one of a kind Fried Lobster Chunks. If you’re feeling Italian, they offer Pasta Flamingo, Chicken Picatta, Pasta Scallops, Grouper Picatta, Pasta ala Vodka and nightly specials.
WHERE ARE THE OWNERS FROM?
The two owners, both named Dino, are local boys who grew up in restaurants back in the days when Myrtle Beach was a two-lane, three-month-resort, dotted with mom and pop guest houses and a couple beach-ball shops. “We owe all our success to continuously attracting some of the Beach’s best people to work with us. We find classy, hardworking young people with a sense of humor. Our dedicated staff at both restaurants have made our 30+ year careers a pleasure.”
WHO DESIGNED THE RESTAURANT?
The two hands-on owners are responsible for the design and decor of Cagney’s and Flamingo Grill. Cagney’s was known for its local architectural history and eclectic design which includes many artifacts from the famous Ocean Forest Hotel. We tried to create a total departure when we designed the Flamingo Grill.
“We take credit if there’s any to go around and accept any and all the blame. We design to please ourselves.”