Sophisticated Living Indianapolis

NOV-DEC 2016

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ere's no need to check-out after the auction as there is plenty to do in the area. Shop art ranging from fine to funky at artist colonies in Rosemary Beach (rosemarybeach.com), Ruskin Place in Seaside (seasidefl.com), Shops of Grayton and Artists of Gulf Place (artistsatgulfplace.com). Stop into NEAT at Alys Beach to browse their selection of high-end and hard-to-find craft liquors and beers (alysbeach.com). Dine al fresco and enjoy live music at e Hub in Seacrest Beach (hub30a.com). Enjoy a curated wine selection and eclectic cuisine at Vin'tij in Miramar Beach (vintij.com) or opt for a fine dining experience at Bijoux in e Market Shops at Sandestin (bijouxdestin.com). Savor fine seafood in artful surroundings at Fish Out of Water, located beachside overlooking the Gulf of Mexico on the second floor at the WaterColor Inn, Northwest Florida's only AAA Four Diamond hotel. A stay at one of the Inn's 60-oceanview rooms is akin to luxuriating in the sought-after slipcovered perfection portrayed in a Pottery Barn catalogue (watercolorresort. com). Even if you aren't lodging at WaterColor, active travelers will want to check out Run/Sup, a unique 60-minute workout that combines trail running with stand-up paddling in the calm waters of Western Lake in the WaterColor neighborhood (runsup.com). Next year's Destin Charity Wine Auction weekend are April 28 – 30, 2017. For more information on the Destin Charity Wine Auction Foundation, visit www.DCWAF.org. sl Jeanne Dailey, CEO of Newman- Dailey Resort Properties celebrates a winning bid. Photo by STM Photography. 64 slmag.net

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