The Myrtle Beach Culinary Scene
The Grand Strand boasts more than 1,800 restaurants offering cuisine, ranging from S.C. Lowcountry cooking to seafood caught-fresh-daily in Murrells Inlet, to traditional Italian and American fare.
Under the direction of award-winning Chef Joseph Bonaparte, students experience guided training in a real restaurant setting The Fowler Dining Room located in the Market Common area of Myrtle Beach.
HGTC provide training in classical techniques essential to any cooking style. Experience in a wide variety of regional and international cooking techniques prepares graduates for a culinary career at the beach and also around the globe.
Slow Food and The International Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach
Slow Food is an international organization of more than 80,000 members in more than 100 countries, all dedicated to protecting the pleasures of the table from the homogenization of modern fast food. Slow Food is a movement that promotes gastronomic culture, taste education, conservation of agricultural biodiversity and inclusion of traditional foods at risk of extinction.
The International Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach takes pride in using many locally grown and produced vegetables, fruits, meats, seafood, cheese, and eggs to support local farmers.