Rock’N Fish is a seafood and steak restaurant that’s also a good spot for a casual pre-beach meal. They’re known for their Navy Grog cocktail (a mix of gold rum, Hawaiian rum, and tropical fruit juices), but if you make it for brunch, they also have a range of seasonal mimosas - in flavors like kiwi, blood orange, and prickly pear - that can be made bottomless for $20.
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