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Ice Cream & Dessert

Treat Yourself

Myrtle Beach’s combination of longtime favorites and trendy innovation is found even in its ice cream shops and other sweet treats. From old-timey establishments such as Kirk’s 1890 Ice Cream Parlor and Painter's Homemade Ice Cream (serving since 1952) to the Buzzed Bull Creamery, which mixes custom ingredients and freezes it instantly with a shot of liquid nitrogen, there's something for everyone's sweet tooth. Trying to please the many requests of a large family or group? Try world-famous Kilwin’s in Broadway at the Beach, which serves up handmade fudge and candies in addition to its speciality ice cream.

Ice Cream, Sweets & Treats

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Frequently Asked Questions on Ice Cream, Sweets & Treats

What are some popular ice cream shops in Myrtle Beach?

Some popular ice cream shops in Myrtle Beach include Kirk's 1890 Ice Cream Parlor, Drippy's Homemade Ice Cream, and Sweet Molly's Creamery.

Do any of the ice cream shops in Myrtle Beach offer dairy-free options?

Yes, some ice cream shops in Myrtle Beach offer dairy-free options, including Ben & Jerry's and Bruster's Real Ice Cream.

Are there any candy stores in Myrtle Beach?

Yes, there are several candy stores in Myrtle Beach, including Sugar Life, Kilwins, and The Fudgery.

What kinds of treats can I find at the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk?

The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk has several shops selling a variety of treats, including saltwater taffy, fudge, cotton candy, and funnel cakes.

Where can I find handmade chocolates in Myrtle Beach?

Handmade chocolates can be found at The Chocolate Boutique, which offers a variety of chocolate truffles, bonbons, and other sweet treats.