With its white tablecloths, handsome murals depicting scenes of Cinque Terre, and low-key elegance, this Italian restaurant is perfect for a couple's night out. Start off with a glass of sangria and the house garlic bread, which is deliciously enhanced with a roasted red pepper and herb dipping oil. The chicken-focused dishes are the strong suits here, especially the piccata with capers, garlic, and lemon-infused artichoke hearts over pappardelle. The evening will not be complete without dessert, and for that, I recommend the airy house tiramisu, accompanied by fernet. The wine list is one of the most expansive in Myrtle Beach, including at least eight wines by the glass and a fairly deep list of upscale bottles, including Bertani Amarone and a Michele Chiarlo Barolo.