The no BS guide to picking healthier sushi options 🍣

To: Daily Rundown Readers

Good morning!

New year, new you, right? Well, at least that’s what I’m seeing every time I open up my Facebook feed. And part of that “new you” could very well be eating a little healthier.

I’m not the biggest cheerleader when it comes to sushi. My wife cannot breathe without sushi so it’s somewhat of a regular menu item for us when planning to pick up something to eat.

Soi Bistro in Fort Walton Beach is one of our favorite places to eat. We normally make it there during lunch because their beef bulgogi bowl is one of my favorite dishes. My wife…goes for the sushi! 🍣

But even though it’s a “new year, new you”, you might be wanting to still give into your cravings and pay a visit to Soi for a couple of rolls. Fear not, we have a pretty awesome guide for eating healthy(ish) at Soi Bistro.

There’s no need to turn down the invitation OR to go overboard on heavy food. There are a ton of lighter options that won’t leave you feeling overstuffed when you leave.

Click here to read the guide!

What are your favorite items to order at Soi Bistro?


How ’bout some headlines…

Navarre and Santa Rosa Beach make "Under-the-Radar Florida Beach Towns to Visit This Winter" List

Navarre and Santa Rosa Beach make “Under-the-Radar Florida Beach Towns to Visit This Winter” List

For 80 years, Fodor’s Travel has been a trusted resource offering expert travel advice for every stage of a traveler’s trip. 

Last week they released the list of “11 Under-the-Radar Florida Beach Towns to Visit this Winter”. Navarre and Santa Rosa Beach made the list at number 11 and 9.

Most of our picks for under-the-radar Florida beach towns won’t ring a bell, but consider that a good thing. Get away from the vacationing masses for a taste of old Florida in these spots where the simple things—sun, surf, and a no-worries attitude—still reign on these quiet beaches.

Click here to read what they wrote about Navarre and Santa Rosa Beach.

Do you agree with their pick?

Menchel to serve as interim Destin councilman

Menchel to serve as interim Destin councilman

Steven Menchel will fill former City Councilman Tuffy Dixon’s seat until March 18, according to The Destin Log.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Councilwoman Prebble Ramswell made the motion for Menchel to serve in the interim role.
  • He was approved with a 5-0 vote.
  • Dixon resigned in December saying he was tired of the city’s contentious politics.
  • Menchel has lived in Destin for 11 years.
  • A special election will be held on March 12 for voters to choose a candidate who will serve the final year of Dixon’s unexpired, second four-year term.

For more details on the new candidate and Monday’s meeting, click here.

Speaking of candidates…Shoo-ins will fill most local ballots in the next election

According to the Northwest Florida Daily News, while six of Okaloosa County’s nine municipalities will hold a municipal election on March 12, most of the candidates automatically will win a seat on or be re-elected to local governing boards because they have no competitors.

The elections for the town of Cinco Bayou, the cities of Crestview, Destin, Fort Walton Beach and Laurel Hill, and the town of Shalimar are at-large and nonpartisan. New mayors will be seated in Crestview and Shalimar, where the current longtime mayors are not seeking re-election.

To read about the candidates in each area, click the link right here.

The Hub 30a set to open all of February

The Hub 30a set to open all of February

Although there won’t be any events happening this month at The Hub 30a, they did make a big announcement regarding February.

For the first time EVER we are going to be open ALLLLLLL of February 🎉 . Go ahead and make plans to come by next month, and stay tuned to our page to see all of the amazing events that will be scheduled for next month for you to enjoy!

Have you ever be to The Hub 30a?

Ok, that’s all I have for you today! Hope you have a great Tuesday and I’ll see ya tomorrow!

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