Established in 1970, Platt’s seafood is North Myrtle Beach’s largest and oldest fresh seafood market. We receive daily deliveries of the freshest South Carolina seafood from local boats. Oysters, clams, and crabs are available by the bucket (subject to availability) . We also carry live blue crabs and lobsters (subject to availability). Blue crabs are available live or steamed (for an additional charge).
Now serving lunch! New in 2019, we have a fantastic carry out lunch menu including a shrimp basket, fish basket, clam strips, and more. These lunch baskets include French fries and hushpuppies. We also have a fantastic selection available for carry out dinners. All items come fresh fried and are also available sautéed for an additional charge. Kitchen closes at 8:00 pm Monday through Saturday and 7:00 pm on Sundays. You can click here to view our menu.
Come check out the 82 foot long case filled with amazing fresh seafood selections. If it’s shrimp you crave, we’ll steam them for you free. Low Country Boil? Call us and we will prepare one for you. If you haven’t been to Platt’s, you haven’t tasted the best. Our friendly staff is happy to assist with all of your questions. Give us a call today or stop by and visit.
Click here to view our menu.
Here’s what a few of our customers have to say about us:
“Absolutely delicious!! Hands down best value for seafood!” Pamela B. via Facebook.
“We got the low country boil (half pan), extra snow crab legs and crawfish. We had so much food and it was very very good. Definitely recommend everyone stop here as they have a large assortment of fresh seafood and fish. Way better then going to the seafood buffets or restaurants. Also prices are really good and the workers were friendly.” Kristin F. via Facebook.
“Great seafood at a good price!” Gerry H. via Google.
We are located at 1104 Sea Mountain Highway in the Cherry Grove Section of North Myrtle Beach. For information, phone us at 843-249-2008. To place a cooked food order, phone 843-663-6958.
(Prices appearing in photos effective April 2019 and are subject to change.)