7 Amazing Coffee Shops in Myrtle Beach – Latest

As the mother of three kids younger than five, I need caffeine. There are a lot of great places to get coffee in the Myrtle Beach area, which is sixty miles long.

Here are some of our favorite cafes where we like to hang out in the morning (or afternoon) with a cup of coffee:

Croissants Bistro & Bakery

At 8014 N. Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach, the Croissants is a great place to hang out. Not only is it close to my house, but it also has a high-tech coffee roasting machine that is used every day to roast beans fresh.

Coffee Shops In Myrtle Beach

Even though you can just get a cup of coffee and leave, you should plan to spend the morning at this charming American café, where they serve great breakfast and brunch and have a variety of delicious pastries.

Boardwalk Coffeehouse

If you want a great cup of coffee and a beautiful view, go to the Boardwalk Coffeehouse. This coffee shop, which is at 104 9th Avenue N. in Myrtle Beach, is open all day and serves a great breakfast on the Myrtle Beach boardwalk from 8 to 11:30 a.m.

Coffee Shops In Myrtle Beach

The inside is lively and carefree, but because it’s so close to the beautiful Atlantic Ocean, you’ll want to eat there while watching the waves.

Fresh Brewed Coffee House

Residents of Myrtle Beach like to go to this coffee shop, which is also in the middle of the city at 933 Broadway Street. You can enjoy some peace and quiet and great coffee here.

Fresh Brewed Coffee House hosts a wide range of live performances, art shows, and open mic nights all year long. Visit their website whenever you want to find out more about upcoming events.

Coffee Shops In Myrtle Beach

Beach Dreams Market

Beach Dreams Market is a great place to get a cup of coffee if you’re in North Myrtle Beach. It’s at 817 2nd Avenue North.

Coffee Shops In Myrtle Beach

At their coffee bar, they also sell specialty teas, handmade soaps, body butters, and scrubs, as well as a wide range of locally roasted organic, gourmet, and fair trade coffee beans. The vibe is laid-back and beachy, and it’s a great place to find a one-of-a-kind souvenir.

Cafe Gelato

This coffee shop is pretty new to the Myrtle Beach area. This year, we’ve really liked their service through the drive-thru. Even though the café has seats both inside and outside, we’ve never sat down to enjoy our coffee there.

Smoothies, soups, salads, and even treats like gelato are all on the menu. We’ve tried all of them and found them to be great. The address in Myrtle Beach where you might find it is 7901 N. Kings Highway.

Coffee Shops In Myrtle Beach

Benjamin’s Bakery & Coffee Roasters

Benjamin’s has been a part of the Grand Strand for more than 20 years, and both locals and tourists love it more and more every year.

At their Surfside Beach location at 810 3rd Avenue S, you can get coffee, espresso, bagels, breads, pastries, breakfast, and lunch. Die-hard bagel fans always give the bagels high marks, and they all agree that they are worth the extra carbs.

Coffee Shops In Myrtle Beach

Brown Fox Coffee Co.

Brown Fox Coffee Box is a mobile “grab and go” coffee shop that is between Catfish Johnny’s and Creek Ratz at 4065 Highway 17 Business in Murrells Inlet. We like that this coffee “box” is a good place for families, and the locally roasted coffee, teas, and smoothies they serve are delicious.

Coffee Shops In Myrtle Beach

While we wait for our coffee, we can let the kids run around in the nearby marsh and enjoy the fresh air and beautiful scenery.

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