Sometimes life at the beach just isn’t sweet enough — you need a sugar kick that can only come from candy! Luckily candy stores are becoming more and more popular, and they’re popping up all over town. When your sweet tooth starts aching, check out one of these great candy shops.
Take a step back in time at Kilwins at Broadway at the Beach. This nostalgic ice cream and candy shop will entice your sweet tooth with their candy offerings. Guests will find themselves choosing from fudge, brittles, popcorns, truffles, and more.More Info
I Love Sugar
Well, the name kind of says it all. If sugar is what you’re craving, I Love Sugar is the place to go. Located on the strip across from the popular Myrtle Beach Boardwalk in the heart of Myrtle Beach, I Love Sugar features a wide variety of bulk candy and novelty items.More Info
IT’SUGAR Candy Store
This retail candy shop is dedicated to the simple pleasure of taking a moment out of your day to enjoy something sweet. Their humble mission is to disrupt the white noise of daily life,” which is one big reason that people flock to Myrtle Beach in the first place. So while you’re here, why not indulge the youthful urge to stuff your face with delicious stuff?More Info
Take a trip down memory lane with a taste of delicious saltwater taffy at Wee-R-Sweets in Myrtle Beach. The homemade taffy is made on-site with machines that have been creating the sweet treat for more than 90 years. Visitors are greeted with a sample tossed to them as they walk through the door. Wee-R-Sweets also sells homemade fudge, chocolates and dipped fruits. Wee-R-Sweets has locations at Barefoot Landing, Broadway at the Beach and on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach.
With locations throughout the Grand Strand, The Fudgery has been dedicated to selling great fudge for more than 30 years. But the fudge isn’t the only draw. Many people stop in for the entertainment — employees belt out tunes while they make the fudge. Stop by for a song and a delicious treat.
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