This landmark dive bar in Bailey's Bay is the original home of theBermuda rum swizzle—a potent punch made with Gosling's Gold and Black Seal rums, pineapple and orange juices, a dash of Angustora bitters, and a local sweetener called falernum—and it's also Bermuda’s oldest, opening in a 17th-century roadhouse in1932. Its 6-ounce Swizzle Burger is among Bermuda's best, with crisp bacon and melted cheddar, and the grilled Seabreeze fish sandwich is an excellent healthy option—but don't skip the drinks, since its namesake rum swizzle is always served iniced-down pitchers and strained into small, stemmed cocktail glasses. Join the crowd and pin your business card or scribble some graffition its walls and exposed wooden rafters. For the same menu and drinksnear the popular south shore beaches, try its sister restaurant, the Swizzle Inn South Shore, which is located in Warwick Parish.