Several new eateries coming to Sandestin this spring! Formerly Elephant Walk Restaurant in Sandestin Gulf side. The Beach House will open in the old Elephant Walk location on the Gulf side of the Sandestin Resort. Elephant Walk recently closed its doors. Ron Green of Another Broken Egg will bring a more casual atmosphere to this location. The motto is Relax, Drink & Eat. Lunch and dinner to be served. DIG to open in the recently renovated The Market Shops in Sandestin. DIG, which stands for Dig In Gulf, is a family-friendly, café style eatery. Opening in March, the menu will offer breakfast, lunch and an early dinner. The menu will consist of fresh salads, sandwiches and protein entrees. Parents will enjoy the convenience of a creative corner for small children within the restaurant. The owners are locals Brian and Monique Murray. Chef Brian’s resume boasts 11 years with Emeril’s Restaurant before moving on to serve as Executive Chef of Watercolor Inn & Resort for eight years. Monique’s resume includes culinary experience with Emeril’s Restaurants and Walt Disney World Resort. Along with delicious menu items, the restaurant will offer cooking lessons and a healthy selection of gourmet “Grab and Go” meals. Formula Fresh Coffee & Juicery also coming to The Market Shops in Sandestin. Formula Fresh Coffee & Juicery highlights the benefits of organic, clean eating and drinking.Opening in March, the restaurant will feature coffees, cold pressed juices, superfood smoothies, unique teas, specialty lemonades and more. Orders can be made online with delivery services available within a specified geographic region. Owner and founder, Jennifer Gizzi, is the creator of the original concept, Formula Fresh, currently located in Red Fish Village in Santa Rosa Beach. Local entrepreneur, Gizzi also started The Personal Training Studio of Destin and Atlas Performance in 2009. Gizzi’s mission for the Emerald Coast is to make healthy options convenient for all lifestyles. Bijoux opened last year at The Market Shops, relocating from Baytowne (formerly known as Bistro Bijou). Sunset Bay Cafe is opening on the bayside of Sandestin, Sunset Bay Cafe is a new restaurant offering chef- inspired menu selections for breakfast and lunch will open in late February at Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort. The restaurant owners are local businessmen Captain Gary Jarvis, also owner of the charter and commercial fishing company Back Down 2, Inc., and his son, local restaurateur Bryce Jarvis. Sunset Bay Cafe will be located on the Bayside of Sandestin near the Linkside Conference Center. Aside from a variety of menu options, the dining outlet will offer spectacular views of Choctawhatchee Bay. Bryce Jarvis possesses nearly two decades in the restaurant industry and is known along the Emerald Coast as a proprietor of fine dining establishments and local catering companies. His food and beverage background also includes corporate management training and managing partnership roles with Darden Restaurants, a global leader in hospitality and restaurant operations.