Good Eats: Myrtle Beach’s 5 Best Sandwich Shops

A morning tee time means your group is free for lunch. The importance of the day’s second meal is often overlooked – it’s a bridge between the breakfast you need to fuel the morning round and a dinner that will sustain golfers through the evening.

If your group wants a good sub, here are five of the Myrtle Beach area’s best sandwich shops.

Dagwood’s has two locations, one in the heart of Myrtle Beach, the other in Surfside, and both are equally good. The bread is homemade and the amount of meat on every sandwich is, to put it mildly, generous. The Italian and southwestern chicken sandwiches are personal favorites.

— Manny’s Deli, a 4.5-star establishment in the eyes of Yelp reviewers, is a hole-in-the-wall but one well worth finding. Order the Godfather and get the potato salad as your side. It’s as good as an 18th hole birdie.

— If you are playing Long Bay, Aberdeen or anywhere along Route 9, grab lunch at Little River Deli. It’s not pretentious but it is a local’s favorite, which should tell you something. Fresh bread and homemade potato chips are certainly a bonus.

PrimoHoagies originated in South Philly and migrated South. What makes PrimoHoagies special? It starts with bread that is baked two hours every day and they use Thumann’s meats and cheeses to make fresh to order sandwiches. It’s a winning combination. The Myrtle Beach location is on 27th Avenue North.

— Golfers that enjoy a good, New York style deli, will love Kaminsky’s at 45th in North Myrtle Beach. Kaminsky’s touts its pastrami and corned beef, both of which are very good, but the Manhattan (no, not the drink), with roast beef, melted cheddar cheese and red onion topped with the house made Bubba sauce on a sub roll, is a winner.

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