Ice Cream Shops
Who screams? You scream! We all scream for Ice Cream! This delightful and tasty frozen concoction, one that dates back to China, 200 b.c., has been as common a part of our lives, and American as apple pie, since the invention of the freezer. A year-round treat, ice cream is especially sumptuous on summer vacations, and Myrtle Beach is famous for both its summers and its ice cream. A year-round treat, ice cream is especially sumptuous on summer vacations, and Myrtle Beach is famous for both its summers and its ice cream. Whether you support team chocolate, or team vanilla, or fall somewhere in between with creations limited only by your imagination, there’s an ice cream treat you probably already call your favorite. The classic simple vanilla cone? A full boat banana split? A mix-in-your-own ingredients mish-mash? Or the classic milkshake? It doesn’t matter. It’s all delicious. Myrtle Beach ice cream shops are plentiful and range from the popular national chains to hometown favorites endorsed by celebrities who once called our area home, and remember their favorite frozen treat.
Ben & Jerry’s
Orginially opened in 1978 in a small renovated gas station in Vermont, Ben & Jerry’s is now a household name in ice cream with several Myrtle Beach-area locations.
Ice cream lovers can enjoy delicious flavors no matter where they are in Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach. EnjoyMore 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, every day, right in the shop. They use a low overrun ice cream machine to craft each flavor, limiting the amount of air added into their ice cream. This creates the rMore Info Visit Website
Serving up famous DQ Blizzards and hot food straight from the grill, the three Myrtle Beach area Dairy Queen locations offer the “fan food” you know and love from the nationwide chain.
Whether you’re craving a burger and fries or a sweet treat, Dairy Queen Grill and ChiMore 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
Jamba is committed to making eating better easier and more fun. They offer plant-based smoothies, delicious bowls with fresh fruit toppings, and even protein-packed food and on-the-go snacks.
Their menu offers a wide variety of iced beverages, coffees, breakfast sandwiches, lunch options,More Info Visit Website
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