Award winning Destin Commons continues to be "Where Destin Comes Alive", as Northwest Florida's premier open-air lifestyle center offering shopping, dining and entertainment. The 56-acre architecturally unique center has garnered a regional reputation for its well-known retail tenants and on-going community events. Concerts, community performances and charity groups are regular features throughout the center and in their pedestrian friendly Center Plaza.
Destin Commons is currently undergoing a 100,000-square-foot expansion. Continuing with the trend of attracting nationally recognized brands, Destin Commons expansion will add more than 25 new retailers and restaurants, including H&M, Tervis, Footlocker, Chipotle, Everything but Water, Charming Charlie, Sunglass World and Uncle Buck's Fish Bowl and Grill to its already impressive 75 tenants . This will bring Destin Commons into the vanguard of lifestyle centers in the country, boasting 100+ stores. Destin Commons is a unique and attractive destination point for locals and regional shoppers.
Anchored by Bass Pro Shops, Belk and an AMC 14-screen stadium style movie theatre, with an IMAX. Eighty percent of the stores are regional and national, making their first appearance in on Florida's Emerald Coast, including Steve Madden, Express, Forever 21, Lucky Brand Jeans and Sephora! Other first to the area retailers include: Abercrombie & Fitch, Buckle, Hollister Co., Brighton Collectibles, Aldo Shoes, Earthbound Trading Company and Williams-Sonoma.
Dining options are abundant, from casual to fine dining, including Hard Rock Café, Panera Bread, Red Brick Pizza, Starbucks, Tropical Smoothie Café, Zoe's Kitchen and the new Groovy Grouper Grill.
Lowe's Home Improvement and Rooms To Go are also located at Destin Commons.
Parents and grandparents flock to Destin Commons with their kids. Special highlights for kids include abrand new pirates cove playground with treasure chests, a crow's nest and other adventures at sea. Children can also be seen on a daily basis delighting in running in and out of the interactive 49-head pop fountain in Center Plaza.