Spring has blossomed with new businesses opening throughout the beaches of South Walton. From Miramar Beach to Rosemary Beach on 30A, new businesses, events and fun happenings have been sprouting. Whether you’re looking for a new restaurant, a new brunch spot, or local art, there’s something for everyone in Walton County.
Havana Beach Bar & Grill is presenting a new, Hemingway-themed menu for brunch and dinner, with inspiration taken from Hemingway's works to title the sections including: "The Sun Also Rises" for traditional breakfast foods, "A Moveable Feast" for sharable appetizers, "Green Hills" for the salads section, and "The Old Man & the Sea" for a selection of seafood dishes. The menu selections also reflect Hemingway's famous love of hunting, gathering and fishing, with a dash of international influence thanks to the author's time in Paris, Cuba and Florida. This new menu is indeed a new chapter for Havana Beach Bar & Grill, and we invite you to make each visit an incredible journey for your taste buds. Visit thepearlrb.com/dining/havana-beach-bar-and-grill Address: 63 Main Street, Rosemary Beach; (850) 588-2881
Edward's now serves Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Notable dishes include the Crab Cake Benny featuring Edward's Crab Cake on a biscuit topped with hollandaise sauce and spring mix, as well as Sweet Potato Pancakes and Fresh-Baked Croissants. View menu at edwards30a.com/brunch-menu; Address: 66 Main St., Rosemary Beach; (850) 231-0550
Blue Mabel Restaurant and Bar is now offering a bottomless mimosa brunch five days a week, Wednesday through Sunday. Reservations are available on RESY and are highly recommended year-round. Learn more at bluemabel.com Address: 2260 W County Hwy. 30A, Santa Rosa Beach; (850) 585-1129
Sister restaurant to the famed Mimmo’s in Destin, the new 30A location is quickly earning rave reviews. This vibrant, authentic Italian restaurant located in the heart of Blue Mountain Beach is 30A’s newest hotspot. Visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/people/Mimmos-30A/ Address: 2700 W County Hwy 30A, Santa Rosa Beach, FL; 850-660-6970
The Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County (CAA) opened its Miramar Beach Creative Campus last year. Home to home to The Foster Gallery and J. Leon Studio, the campus will host a variety of spring events. The Miramar Beach Creative Campus features rotating exhibits, special exhibitions, multi-disciplinary classes, a ceramics studio, youth programs, special events and more in the 5,000 square foot space. The First Friday Fête on May 5, 2023 from 5-7 p.m. will provide the public an opportunity to meet the artists recently selected for the Spring Rotation, while enjoying light bites and strolling the gallery to view incredible works of art on display and available for purchase. For a full schedule of spring classes visit https://www.culturalartsalliance.com/upcoming-events Address: 13370 Emerald Coast Parkway, Miramar Beach; 850-842-3051
Surf Hut, Gulf-front restaurant in Miramar Beach, has introduced Gluten Free and Vegetarian menu options. Not only does Surf Hut offer great waterfront views, but also fresh from the Gulf seafood options. Open since 2014, Surf Hut serves up southern hospitality and the best that land and sea have to offer. Their backyard beach features cornhole boards and is a great hangout for the whole family. Address: 551 Scenic Gulf Drive, Miramar Beach, FL 32550 View gluten-free and vegetarian menu by clicking on the icon at the bottom of the menu here: https://www.surfhutdestin.com/menu
Ready to book your next beach vacation? View condos available at Sanctuary at Redfish here. Looking for a different size vacation rental or location? View our full collection of 30A rentals here or our full collection of Destin vacation rentals here or call one of our friendly vacation specialists at 1-800-225-7652. Remember to always book direct with Newman-Dailey for our best rate guarantee.
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