The Daily News featured a handful of new businesses this week. Read all about the stories published the week of Aug. 6-10 and make sure to click through the photos in the gallery links below. 

‘Color our community’: Artbound Local Post 48

Artbound Local Post 48 at 180 Miracle Strip Parkway is the newest Fort Walton Beach storefront to offer paintings, photography, jewelry and more. Owners Michael and Jessica Kostrzewski said they decided to open the gallery after Jessica worked for years at a boutique located in the same storefront.

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Mid-century restaurant, art gallery opens in FWB

FORT WALTON BEACH — Flambé After Dark, located at 5 Racetrack Road N.W., features table-side flambé dinning, where chefs douse entrees and dessert with liquor, set it ablaze and cook the meal alongside diners. David Todd, a Fort Walton Beach native and owner of the restaurant and gallery, said he came up with the concept after living in big cities like New York, Las Vegas and Los Angles as an art consultant and chef.

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Mediterranean tales: Store&Story offers Turkish items at Destin Commons

DESTIN — Store&Story, which offers Turkish lamps, rugs, clothing, jewelry and more, focuses on collecting and selling artisan items that represent the history and heritage of the Mediterranean.

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Petition wants Chick-fil-A’s on military bases

FORT WALTON BEACH — An airman at Colorado’s Buckley Air Force Base is taking her desire for tasty chicken sandwiches directly to the president of the United States.

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