New Year, New Businesses

Establishments add to richness of Emerald Coast marketplace

As 2021 came to a close, many businesses opened their doors, providing shoppers and diners with appealing new retail and restaurant options.

New Emerald Coast Business Rose Co

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Rose & Co.

Stop and smell the roses and all the other flowers, too. Rose & Co. is a locally owned European-influenced flower and accessory market. Brighten your bouquet with roses from South America, tulips from Holland, orchids from Asia and seasonal blooms from all over the world. Create a custom arrangement and pair it with a gift from their thoughtfully curated selection of home and fashion products.  495 Grand Blvd., Miramar Beach, Unit 625




Workout wear has become everyday wear, and lululemon has been a leader in bringing that shift about. The iconic lululemon label was introduced to Grand Boulevard as a pop-up that enjoyed enough success to become a permanent fixture. With a rainbow of hues, this athleisure brand outfits you for yoga, running or your favorite workout routine. The Grand Boulevard location includes classes that range from stretching to kickboxing. 495 Grand Blvd., Miramar Beach, Unit 500;



New Emerald Coast Business La Luna

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La Luna

La Luna is a locally owned children’s boutique specializing in toys and organic, nontoxic-dye clothing. Parents shop in peace while kids play and create art in a space reserved for them. 495 Grand Blvd., Miramar Beach, Unit 625 E-106;



Fyzical Therapy and Balance Centers

Employing a holistic, whole-body approach, Fyzical Therapy & Balance Centers aims to improve patient quality of life by addressing dizziness, balance, pelvic health, fitness and orthopedic and neurological concerns. 1846 W. U.S. Highway 90, DeFuniak Springs;



New Emerald Coast Business Pearl Horn

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The Pearl & Horn

The owners of George Bistro + Bar in Downtown Pensacola have embarked upon a new venture, The Pearl & Horn at The Garden at Palafox in Pensacola. The menu includes oysters, burgers, fish sandwiches, steak sandwiches and more. 3 W. Main St., Pensacola;



On the Fly

On the Fly provides fast but fresh options including nigri, maki, poke bowls, artisan sandwiches, salads, soups and fresh-baked breads and pastries. This concept was developed by the owners of the award-winning Firefly restaurant and sushi bar in Panama City Beach. 539 Richard Jackson Blvd., Panama City Beach;



New Emerald Coast Business Arhaus

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Arhaus Studio

Arhaus Studio offers handmade furniture, décor and more from throughout the U.S. The design center offers hundreds of swatches and samples whether you want a slight refresh or a complete reimagining. In-house designers specialize in putting the client’s vision first. 495 Grand Boulevard, Miramar Beach, Unit 585;



Off the Hook Bar and Grill

Located on Grand Lagoon in Panama City Beach, this restaurant offers stunning sunset views and live music in addition to fresh seafood from local waters and cold drinks. Families, even furry family members, are always welcome. 5711 North Lagoon Drive, Panama City Beach;



Café Del Mundo

Try coffee and beverages from around the world including espressos, cold brews, teas, smoothies, sangrias, wines and beers. Snacks are available, and the café has plans to add soups, sandwiches and baked goods. Coffee, including blends from Colombia, Ethiopia, Panama, Hawaii, Malaysia and Bolivia., is their specialty. 101 S. Bonita Ave., Panama City



New Emerald Coast Business Maxine Orange Gallery

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Maxine Orange Gallery

Fort Walton Beach-based artist Maxine Orange has opened an art gallery in the Fort Walton Beach Plaza at Eglin and Hollywood boulevards, featuring her own work and the work of other regional artists including Bradley Copeland, Michael Lunsford, Wes Hinds, Debi Perkins, Jennifer Boaz, Nicole Hemmerly, Garrett Spencer, Seth McDonald and Shantelle Dedicke.



Magnolia Soap & Bath Co

Magnolia Soap & Bath Co specializes in plant-based and natural alternatives for soaps, bath bombs, body butters, shower oils, scrubs, shower steamers and more. The franchise store, located at Destin Commons, was begun by a mother who wanted to address her daughter’s sensitive skin. Take you time sniffing; you’ll have more than 40 scents to choose from. 4100 Legendary Drive, Destin;



Eye Wonder 

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and Eye Wonder allows you to behold the beauty of the eye. Through high-resolution, macro photography and specialized software, Eye Wonder captures the patterns and colors in your eye in a beautiful print you can enjoy forever. 4114 Legendary Drive, Destin;

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