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See the New Boardwalk  From Our Live Cam. Click on Image to  View
See the New Boardwalk From Our Live Cam. Click on Image to View

Boardwalk Coffee House Grand Opening!

Boardwalk coffee house opened its doors Memorial Day 2010 on the new Boardwalk in Myrtle Beach, SC. Boardwalk Coffee House welcomes vacationers and all locals of Myrtle Beach to stop by and enjoy a Fresh Cup of Joe or Ice Frappe as well as a host of other great items such as our famous breakfast sandwiches,deli sandwiches,smoothies,ice cream or even our delicious fudge made fresh at one of our very own local fudge factories . We at the Boardwalk Coffee House are excited to to be on the new Boardwalk in Myrtle Beach. Boardwalk Coffee house is opened from 8am to 11:30 pm 7 days a week. we are located at 9ave north between the Bowery and Ocean Front Bar and Grill. For more info call 843-839-1230

Come out and try one of our yummy Frappes like the Mocha Lisa , Caramel Cooler ,Royal Moose or Our Famous Real Fruit Smoothies

MMMM! Our Iced Coffee's are Incredible!

Try One Of Our Delicious Breakfast or Fresh Deli Sandwiches

Boardwalk Coffee House Makes the News

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - On Tuesday, three business owners were working hard to open new restaurants on or near the Myrtle Beach boardwalk. They say they decided to locate in the downtown Ocean Boulevard area specifically because of the new boardwalk.
Rick Sarver was getting ready to open his new coffee shop near the boardwalk in just days. After visiting just a month ago, he said he saw so much potential for business near the boardwalk that he relocated.
"We used to own a couple of coffee shops in Charlotte, and I just thought it would be a great place for a business, right along this new boardwalk," Sarver explained.
He says he has already seen the large number of people the boardwalk attracts. He hopes that translates into customers for the Boardwalk Coffee House.
"I've seen a lot of 'boardwalkers' - what I call 'boardwalkers' - coming out in the morning too," Sarver said. "So I think a coffee shop is going to be a fit for not just the tourists, but the locals as well."