Desserts & Sweet Treats
Myrtle Beach is home to literally hundreds of restaurants, so you’re not going to go hungry when you’re on the Grand Strand. What about satisfying that sweet tooth, though? Don’t worry, Myrtle Beach has you covered there as well.
From ice cream shops to gluten-free bakeries, Myrtle Beach has a variety of options for your sweet fix.
River Street Sweets®
River Street Sweets® first began in 1973 in Savannah, Georgia. The story began when Tim Strickland was at the Atlanta Gift Market trade show with his family. They were shopping to find items for their gift shop in Savannah on the historic River Street when Tim stumbled across a fudge pot for salMore Info Visit Website
You Eat I Bake
You Eat I Bake is a Myrtle Beach treat! A bakery focused on gluten-free and allergy-friendly goods, You Eat I Bake has every diet in mind.
As a little shop with big heart, You Eat I Bake is focused on building strong relationships with their clientele and baking the most delicious and tastMore Info Visit Website
The Crafty Cow
The Crafty Cow Ice Cream Shop is located at Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach. They make their Super- premium ice cream fresh daily in the shop. Their team hand swirls in the fruit, nuts, cookies, or candies, and they take pride in the ice cream they serve.
The Crafty Cow Ice Cream ShMore Info Visit Website
Ella’s Ice Cream
Ella’s Ice Cream is a true locals favorite for ice cream!
Located in North Myrtle Beach, Ella’s Ice Cream sells some of the tastiest soft serve by the sea. With a menu offering a wide variety of traditional ice cream sundaes, milkshakes, floats, and cones, Ella’s has a liMore Info
Sweet Molly’s Creamery
Sweet Molly’s Creamery has 2 convenient locations on the Grand Strand! One location is located at Broadway at the Beach in Celebrity Circle, and the other is located in Barefoot Landing! Sweet Molly’s has been open in Myrtle Beach since 2004 and is named after one of their rescue dogsMore Info Visit Website
Whit’s Frozen Custard
A mainstay in the Midwest, frozen custard is hard to come by in the South. But Whit’s Frozen Custard is serving up the tasty treat on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach.
The family-owned franchise makes fresh frozen custard daily with tons of flavors and toppings to choose from. EacMore Info Visit Website
Since 1980, The Fudgery has been serving up delicious fudge to the masses. With four locations in the Myrtle Beach area, the sweet fudge-selling chain is a fan favorite among visitors.
The Fudgery got its start in another beach town on the Outerbanks of North Carolina. Visitors were attracMore Info Visit Website
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76. Seafood Restaurants
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81. Pizza Places
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