Things to do in Inlet Beach
Some of the area’s best shopping grew along 30Avenue, known as the Gateway to 30A. Luxury shops, cultural events, and a host of dining choices lead to a popular destination for locals and visitors alike.
Myst, an elevated yoga experience, offers several types of yoga to clear your mind and stretch your body. Take advantage of Lake Powell for kayaking and paddle boarding. While we hope you won’t need it, you can also find Emerald Coast Urgent Care open 7 days a week for non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries.
Inlet Beach Restaurants and Shopping
Breakfast & Brunch: One of the most popular breakfast spots in South Walton is by far the Donut Hole. Their selection of donuts is unparalleled. If you are looking for something hearty, order The Everything to try pancakes, eggs, and homemade bread/biscuits. Be warned - one pancake is the size of a plate, a favorite of Michele’s kids since they were old enough to hold a fork. If you’re looking for a quick order, grab and go breakfast spot for delicious gourmet coffees breakfast sandwiches, tacos, and burritos, Effin Egg, in Inlet beach is sure to please! You can order ahead online and be sure to try the new mini waffles!
Lunch: Amigos and Amici are sister restaurants in the popular 30Avenue. Think fresh, lots of variety and you are all set to dine at either location. Many people walk over from the corner of 98 and 30A and a new underpass is being constructed for safety. For now, look both ways (twice) and watch out for bicyclists!
Supper and Snacks: Cuvee 30A is located at 30Avenue and is local celebrity chef Tim Creehan’s flagship location. Vince Gill’s pecan-crusted grouper is a local favorite and the establishment boasts the Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence. If fresh sushi is your thing, Shaka 30A is your place. Enjoy a full hand-rolled sushi menu, ramen, fresh tuna bowls, and Asian fusion-inspired dishes along with a selection of cocktails, wine, and sake.
Ready for Retail Therapy? Not Too Shabby by Marisol Gullo (one of South Walton’s Artists of the Year) features one-of-a-kind home furnishings and décor curated and restored by Marisol and her husband, Tony Gullo. Don’t forget to stop by Willow, just a few doors down, for the best in beachy sophisticated fashion and a great jewelry selection. Becasa at 30Avenue is Sarah’s must-shop for gorgeous linen pieces, easy beach looks, interior decor, and a thoughtfully curated selection of stunning jewelry and accessories.