There are few things that feel more like Fall than a cozy seasonal beverage. The good news is there are swanky, locally owned coffee spots all over the coast to meet all of your Fall coffee loving dreams!
Whether you’re a traditionalist, a pumpkin spice connesurier, or you like to explore unique flavors, the Coasts‘ coffee shops have you covered! Think everything from your basic pumpkin spice all the way to spiced maple caramel lattes and chai teas galore!
Check out this list for fun, Fall (and some early Christmas) themed coffees in your town:
If you’re a traditionalist, Bankhouse Coffee is for you with their pumpkin spice latte and classic downtown charm.
The Coffee Box is offering November specials and online ordering! Think apple orchard chai and sweet potato swirl, yum!
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Mockingbird Cafe offers a brûlée cinnamon cold foam latte you can sip with your homemade pumpkin chai muffin.
If you’re the kind of person that skips Fall and goes straight to Christmas, PJ’s is the place for you. They’re already offering eggnog velvet ice and peppermint bark lattes!
Coffee Culture right off of Highway 90 packs a family friendly vibe and seasonal favorites include a honeychild frappe with homemade pumpkin biscotti.
Perk’s Coffee in downtown has a whole host of seasonal flavors including snickerdoodle, caramel apple pie, butter toffee, and maple caramel spice.
Boozer’s Brew keeps seasonal flavors all year long with local favorites ranging from toasted marshmallow white chocolate to caramel coconut.
The Grind Coffee and Nosh offers all things pumpkin. Think Regular pumpkin, pumpkin cream, and pumpkin pie all the different ways you can have it: hot, iced, blended.
Jacked Up Coffee Bar in downtown Biloxi is always seasonal and celebrating. I’m talking coffee that sparkles (literally) and you may walk out of there with a spiked coffee. Their apple pie monkey bread is out of this world and you can sneak over to the other side of the building to pick up a book to enjoy while you sip.
PJ’s in D’Iberville closed for a short time but is under new management and open for business with all of your seasonal favorites.
Southern Grounds recently moved and is offering a frozen toffee coffee for those not so chilly Fall days and a hot campfire coffee when our coastal weather decides to cooperate!
If you’re going to downtown Ocean Springs you have to check out Bright Eyed Brew Co. My personal favorite is their rosemary pumpkin latte or try their plastered pumpkin with bourbon syrup. You have to pick up one of their Belgium waffles with nutella when you go, too!
Lucy Hetrick, a new Gulf Coast resident and Bright Eyed enthusiast said:
“Not only is their coffee amazing but they provide a sense of community every time you stop by. We’re new to the neighborhood and this coffee shop has given us such a sense of belonging.”
Finest Grind right off of Bienville takes seasonal drinks pretty seriously. They offer a full list of Fall specialties including spiced maple caramel lattes and toasted pumpkin mochas.They also have both apple and pumpkin pie shakes made in house with homemade pies (*faint*).
The Greenhouse on Porter has the most delectable biscuits. There really are no words for their savory goodness. And the “fluff” they put on top… well, just get in car right now and head straight there! They offer a variety of coffees, teas and even homemade Bloody Mary!
Cat Island Coffeehouse has amazing speciality coffees, a quaint little bookstore with quite sitting areas, a wrap around porch for beach watching. Their freshly baked sweet potato scones are a contributor favorite, paired with a “spirited” coffee.
Traditional pumpkin spice as well as a long list of specialty drinks from Delo’s Heavenly Coffee has you covered.
I knew when I started excitedly compiling this list that the Gulf Coast had so much to offer in the way of good coffee. However, what I unexpectedly uncovered was how these locally owned coffee shops are doing so much more than just offering fun seasonal drinks. They’re providing comfort in a cup and a sense of deep community to the Gulf Coast. Local coffee shop owners, thank you for what you bring to the Coast!