Soon, Fall weather will be ushering in the ever-popular pumpkin-spiced "everything" including coffee drinks. This is the time when tourism winds down, and locals get back to the daily grind of work and school. If you are new to the area, you might be wondering where the locals go to grab a great cup of coffee. We have compiled a list of our locals' favorite coffee hot spots in Myrtle Beach.
The Roasted Bean- Located on Howard Avenue in the Market Common, the Roasted Bean is has been voted a locals favorite, offering a friendly atmosphere and of course, fresh roasted coffees, teas, lattes, frappes, and smoothies. They are open Monday- Saturday, and in addition to coffee, they also offer sandwiches, snacks, and more.
Fresh Brewed Coffee House- If you want to get right in the middle of the artisan scene in Myrtle Beach, this is the coffee house for you. Located right in downtown Myrtle Beach, at 933 Broadway, Fresh Brewed Coffee House not only serves up your favorite coffees, teas, biscotti, and such, they also serve up live music, worship nights, and art shows.
Boardwalk Coffee House- Thinking about strolling along the newly-expanded Myrtle Beach boardwalk? Stop into Boardwalk Coffee House located off 10th Avenue next to the famous, Bowery. In addition to a great cup of coffee, they are also known for their deli lunches and fresh fruit smoothies. Enjoy your coffee with an ocean view at Boardwalk Coffee House.
Second Cup Coffee Company- Right next to The Fresh Market on the North end of Myrtle Beach is where you will find Second Cup Coffee Company. Second Cup's mission starts with attention to providing the highest quality coffees in a warm and contemporary environment. Their menu includes rich coffees, hand-crafted classics, frozen favorites, and a variety of sweet and savory cafe and bakery delights.
Of course, Myrtle Beach is home to several locations of our national brand favorite coffee spots including Starbucks, Dunkin' Donuts, and Krispy Kreme. If you are looking for one of those, you won't have any problems finding one near you. But, if you want a truly local experience, whether it be near our beautiful ocean, near shopping spots, or in the heart of the artisan community, grab your cup o' joe at a locally-owned shop where the baristas know your name.