We get it, even when you’re on vacation you need your coffee. Don’t go out in search of your typical Starbucks order, instead try out a local, unique coffee shop on 30A. You won’t be disappointed!
Amavida Coffee Shop
With 2 locations along 30A, Amavida is a hot spot for locals and tourists alike. Amavida joins the Spanish words “amar” (love) and “vida” (life) and brings that passion to life by being importers, roasters, and purveyors of organic and fair trade specialty coffee. Amavida is more than just a coffee shop, they also serve quick bites to keep you fueled for the day.
Bad Ass Coffee Shop at Grayton
If you’re not already hooked by the name, one sip of your coffee and you’ll know why it’s dubbed ‘Bad Ass Coffee’. Yes, it really is that good. Don’t worry about your ice diluting the flavor of your coffee! The staff uses iced coffee cubes to ice down your favorite cold drink! With a friendly staff and great location, there is no reason you shouldn’t be indulging in a warm muffin and sipping on your morning coffee here!
Sunrise Coffee Co.
The best time to visit Sunrise Coffee is, you guessed it, at sunrise. Located on the corner of 30A and 393 and across the street from a public beach access sits Sunrise. With outdoor chairs set up to enjoy the view, you’ll be able to watch 30A come awake while sipping on your coffee. Keeping it local, Sunrise Coffee also brews Amavida Coffee to provide the freshest and local, gourmet coffee!
Heavenly’s in Seaside
Located in the heart of Seaside, sits Heavenly’s Shortcakes and Ice Cream, where it is known for its delicious cold treats. As many locals know, Heavenly’s also serves some of the best coffee on 30A. Serving Italian Lavazza coffee, try the cappuccino and you’ll be hooked. Go ahead and make plans to be visiting Heavenly’s for your coffee fix while you’re visiting.
What’s your favorite spot on 30A to enjoy coffee?
Photo Credit: Sunrise Coffee Co.