The Market Common

Tupelo Honey


Tupelo Honey is a revival of Southern food and traditions rooted in the Carolina mountains we call home. Our recipes are simply crafted and made from scratch with responsibly sourced ingredients that bring the best of every season. For over 15 years, we have infused our Southern spirit into every bite.

At Tupelo Honey, we create breakfasts, lunches and suppers that invite you to put on your Sunday’s best and gather around the table for gracious and delicious Southern food.

Tupelo HoneyRecent Reviews

Jared Streets

2 months ago

My family vacations at Myrtle Beach every summer. This year we were looking at trying out a new restaurant in the area. After reading through several reviews we decided to give Tupelo Honey a try. And were we glad we did! The service was great, the waitress took good care of us. We arrived around 5:30 so we were seated immediately. The happy hour deals we're still going on, and you don't have to sit at the bar to partake. Which isn't always the case. The beer and fried pickles were on point. The menu is excellent. The only trouble we had was deciding what to order. All four of us loved our meals and we are adding this restaurant to our rotation for our annual Myrtle Beach visits.

Karl Holland

2 weeks ago

This place is SO CUTE! Seriously may be one of my favorite restaurants I've ever been to. The food is amazing the decor is super cute and the service was on point. Must visit if you're here for a Myrtle Beach vacation.

Wallace Wang

2 months ago

Out of our entire stay in Myrtle Beach-- this was the best and most memorable restaurant. Just amazing food and ambiance. Harvest bowl and southwestern omelette so good. Felt so trendy and hip!! Would definitely return to this place. Market Commons is a great new area. A true gem for Myrtle Beach restaurants!

Aaron Beuhring

a month ago

The food here is fantastic. The fried green tomatoes are a must starter. The fried chicken was very good but the sides stole the show. The root veggies and callard greens were awesome! Our server, Dahlia was very friendly and attentive. Bringing a bag with a few extra biscuit with our to-go boxes was a great touch.

Kristi Dillman

2 months ago

We stopped her the first night of our vacation. The happy hour specials go until 8 pm which was nice. We ordered Mac and cheese bites which were scrumptious. My mom ordered the buttermilk chicken. She thought it was spicy, but that probably just meant it had salt and pepper. My dad and I split the sweet potato pancakes. I thought these were going to be more like latkes and not an actual play on chicken and waffles. The chicken we had was dry. My daughter ordered the Mac n cheese, she didn’t care for it. There was too much breading and not enough smooth cheese for her. Ordered the lemon dessert, super yum. We devoured it in 2 minutes. Restaurant decor is clean and looks new.