Coffee Shops in Myrtle Beach

By Marissa Polascak
September 29, 2017

Many of us wake up in the morning and rely on a nice hot (or iced) cup of coffee to start our day, and that’s no different when you’re on vacation in Myrtle Beach! While many hotels and resorts have their own cafes, here are some coffee shops that you can stop by while you’re out on the town during your Myrtle Beach vacation:

Barnes and Noble Cafe

Barnes and Noble Cafe

After browsing for some new books to read, stop by the café in Barnes and Noble and enjoy Starbucks coffee. But, Barnes and Noble Café isn’t a Starbucks itself and offers a variety of food items that differ from Starbucks stores. Order up your favorite hot, iced, or frozen beverage and pair it with cookies, cheesecake, muffins, brownies, sandwiches, and much more.

Boardwalk Coffee House

Boardwalk Coffee House

If you’re strolling along the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and need a pick-me-up,” stop by the Boardwalk Coffee House! This friendly coffee shop is located right next to the Bowery and Oceanfront Bar & Grill. Their menu includes classic coffee, lattes, frappes, tea, smoothies, ice cream, breakfast offerings, lunch, and more. Plus, while you’re here you can take advantage of their free Wi-Fi!

 

Dunkin' Donuts

Dunkin' Donuts

There are several locations of Dunkin’ Donuts around the Grand Strand, and for good reason. This popular coffee shop is a household name, known for quality products and great prices. Stop by any of the Grand Strand Dunkin’ Donuts and enjoy iced drinks such as iced coffee, iced tea, and energy punch, as well as many other menu items. Order a hot coffee, latte, macchiato, chai, and more, to go with your donut, croissant, bagel, muffin, or breakfast sandwich.

Frapp’aJoe

Frapp’aJoe

Broadway at the Beach is a popular attraction in Myrtle Beach, and while you’re there, recharge yourself with a delicious frappe from Frapp’aJoe. This little coffee shack serves up several different types of coffee concoctions, but, as their name suggests, their frappes are a total hit with customers.

Fresh Brewed Coffee House

Fresh Brewed Coffee House

Fresh Brewed Coffee House is tucked away off of Broadway Street in Downtown Myrtle Beach, and this local hangout is known for its carefully crafted coffee drinks and live entertainment. Guests at Fresh Brewed Coffee House will love their selection of hot and cold coffee drinks, baked goods, and live entertainment such as poetry, open mic nights, plays, and much more.

 

Second Cup Coffee Company

Second Cup Coffee Company

Second Cup Coffee Company is a Canadian chain with a location right off of Hwy 17 in Myrtle Beach. Second Cup serves barista-crafted drinks, such as coffee, espresso, lattes, cappuccinos, Americanos, macchiatos, and more. Guets will enjoy hot, iced, or frozen beverages (such as smoothies, shakes, chillers, and more) along with baked goods like cakes, pies, cookies, and more.

Starbucks

Starbucks

Everyone knows about Starbucks, so its no surprise that there are a ton of Starbucks coffee shops in Myrtle Beach. Many hotels and resorts have their own Starbucks on-site, but if you’re out and about you will easily find a Starbucks nearby. Starbucks is known for their hot delicious coffee as well as hot and cold espresso and coffee-free drinks. Enjoy cappuccinos, lattes, macchiatos, frappucinos, and more, while munching on a pastry or sandwich.

The Local Grind Coffee House

The Local Grind Coffee House

Located near the Inlet Square Mall in Murrells Inlet, The Local Grind Coffee House is a locally owned coffee shop that boasts homemade coffee and other delicious drinks. The beans at The Local Grind are locally roasted and prepared in small batches to ensure freshness. Enjoy a cup of coffee, tea, espresso, frappes, and smoothies, paired with baked goods or a delicious house made sandwich.

The Roasted Bean

The Roasted Bean

Stop into the Roasted Bean when you’re shopping at The Market Common to grab a refreshing cup of coffee. The folks here roast their own beans, making their coffee extra fresh and delicious. House specialties here include lattes, espresso, coffee, smoothies, frappes, and more.

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