Sharing overpriced sliders in a cabana with more people than buns is less than ideal. So when someone suggests “seeing what’s on the pool menu,” offer up The Henry instead and just start walking until everyone follows you. Stick to the salads and sandwiches for a reasonably-priced lunch - just make sure you get an order of the warm pretzel rolls with cheese fondue for the table. Or, come for made-to-order beignets with fresh lemon curd and the warm signature donuts with bananas foster filling and salted caramel glaze for breakfast. Though you could come here any time of day since this Cosmopolitan spot is open 24 hours everyday.
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