What is summer without a treat? Amelia Island has your sweet tooth covered. From the south end to downtown, here’s a handpicked array of choices to sweeten your summer. There’s something for every taste bud – including sugar-free.
Find the Fantastic Fudge Shop
(middle center) on the corner of Centre and 3rd Street. They hand make their fudge to perfection. From salted caramel to peanut-butter filled, their flavors are too good to overlook.
(top left) offers a quaint atmosphere where you can find an abundance of baked goodies. Their almond croissant is extremely popular among the historic downtown of Fernandina Beach.
The Cinnamon Bear
(top right)has an ice cream cone fit for a pirate. With over 10 different flavors, you can’t go wrong. Enjoy your ice cream while strolling along the docks of the marina.
Select your favorite frozen yogurt flavor and explore the endless toppings to add to your dessert. Island Time Frozen Yogurt
(bottom middle) has everything from sugar-free to sugar-filled options, allowing everyone to find their sweet tooth fix.
Let your taste buds feast at The Patio Place
(middle left). A crepe like no other, it’ll leave you wanting more. Pictured is their Sweet Éclair Crepe. Come Friday and Saturday night and be treated to their live music. A recipe for a good time.
Come one, come all. Tasty’s
(top middle) milkshakes are irresistibly delicious. Fun for the whole family, your pet included. Sit in the shade outside and enjoy the captivating atmosphere of downtown Fernandina Beach.
Doo Wop Diner
(bottom right) will have you travel back in time to the ‘50s when you step inside. Their famous banana spilt will have you smiling from ear to ear. Dine with Elvis in their snazzy booths, as you’ll feel right at home with their friendly staff.
On your way to the beach, swing by DeNucci’s
(middle left) on Sadler Rd. They are notorious for their Chubby Mermaid. Furry friends are welcome, as they have a special treat for them. Among other options, they have Dole-Whip and soft pretzels, just to name a few. Whether you’re sweet or savory, you’re in for a treat.
A cookie the size of your head? Open to the public, Marche Burette
(bottom left) is a grocery store café with a southern twist. Located in the Shops at Amelia Island Plantation, it is equipped with a great outdoor area for families to relish the alluring summer air.
Eat sweet, look sweet. Adjacent to Marche Burette, you will find the treasured Monkey Barrel
. From clothes to toys, the Monkey Barrel is the jackpot for your little one. Look at this delectable watermelon sundress -- good enough to eat and oh, so sweet! Calorie-free and cute as can be.