5 Destin Coffee Shops You Need To Check Out

While Destin is usually all sunshine, we do have our rainy days. On days like today, when the rain just won’t seem to stop a nice warm cup of coffee is exactly what you need. While you could get your caffeine fix from a mainstream coffee chain like Starbucks, Destin has some of the cutest and coziest coffee shops on the coast. Rain or shine, you’ll want to check these Destin coffee shops out while you’re in town.

1. Capriccio Cafe

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Capriccio Cafe is Destin’s locally owned Italian cafe that specializes in gourmet coffee, pastries, crepes, sandwiches, and salads. Additionally, all of their coffee, meats, and cheeses are imported directly from Italy, so you’ll get a true Italian experience right here in Destin. The warm and cozy environment of this cafe is perfect for meeting up with friends, relaxing, or studying for a big test.

2. Mojo’s Coffee Shop

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Mojo’s Coffee Shop in HarborWalk Village is an adorable independent coffee shop. They have a wide selection of coffee, cold drinks, pastries, and snacks. If you’re stuck inside over a stormy weekend, you’ll love relaxing here and watching the storm pass.  Additionally, they also have a beautiful view of the Destin Harbor, so even if it’s sunny, this is the place to be.

3. Donut Hole Bakery Cafe

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The Donut Hole Bakery Cafe is a cute and homey coffee shop that offers all-day breakfast. They also have freshly baked donuts, pie, and of course, coffee. Additionally, this charming cafe has locations in Destin and Santa Rosa Beach. Whether you’re hanging with friends or studying, this coffee shop is the place to go.

4. JumpinGoat Coffee

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While JumpinGoat Coffee isn’t technically a “coffee shop” in the traditional sense, they do have some of the best coffee in the area. JumpinGoat is actually a cute little trailer on the Destin boardwalk below Dewey Destin’s Harborside location. This Insta-worthy trailer has all the coffee your heart desires with hot, iced, cold brew, and signature drink selections. However, if coffee isn’t your thing, they also have delicious smoothies, tea, and snacks. Additionally, It’s boardwalk location makes it easy to get your caffeine and explore the area.

5. Bad Ass Coffee

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Even though Bad Ass Coffee isn’t 100% unique to Destin, there are only 25 store locations in the world. Bad Ass Coffee actually originated in Hawaii and it serves premium coffee from Kauai, Oahu, and Maui. The Kona coffees are a favorite amongst coffee-drinkers all over the world, so you’ll definitely want to give it a try while you’re in town.

These Destin coffee shops are the perfect place to go whether you need to grab an iced coffee before a day at the beach or escape the rain with a nice warm latte.

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