While not as closely clustered as shops in some of the other planned communities, the fun, funky and fiercely independent retailers of Grayton Beach are certainly worth exploring. North of 30A, there are the colorful Shops of Grayton, including Ophelia Swimwear, Allison Craft Designs, Nicole Paloma and many other creative boutiques.
Need a happy break between shops? The daily Happy Hour across the way at Hurricane Oyster Bar is one of 30A’s happiest… While you’re there, be sure to check out the fresh local art by Justin Lyons and Andy Saczynski in the galleries right next door.
At the corner of 30A and 283, you’ll see Grayton Corners, home of Grayton General Store and several other retailers. Grayton General’s where you’ll find locals stocking up on ice, beer and beach supplies (and our famous 30A stickers!), along their daily way to the beach. For some truly “grayt” and authentic local flavor, head a little further south to the new Grayt Coffee House. It’s quickly become a hub for locals needing their morning caffeine fix. Head
Back on 30A, just a few hundred yards toward Western Lake, you’ll discover Uptown Grayton, home to a nice collection of restaurants and shops, including Azure, one of 30A’s few clothing stores for men.
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