This is the sister restaurant of the original Swizzle Inn, which first opened in Bailey’s Bay in 1932 and is credited with inventing the Bermuda Rum Swizzle. It’s not quite as vibrant as that beloved dive bar, but it is a solid choice for a casual lunch, dinner or yes, pitchers of its namesake cocktail—a potent punch made with Gosling’s Black Seal and Gold rums, pineapple and orange juices, a dash of Angustora bitters and a local sweetener called falernum—strained into small, stemmed cocktail glasses. Here you can nosh on burgers, sandwiches and other bar food while sitting on its outdoor roadside patio or grab a seat inside its dining room that looks much like a traditional English pub.