A Fish Called Avalon Launches "Industry Night"

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Beginning next Monday, September 28, A Fish Called Avalon on Ocean Drive will be offering a half-price discount on food and drink to members of the hospitality industry.

This translates to full size appetizer plates such  as Bang Bang shrimp and pan-seared diver scallops for $8; yellow tomato gazpacho with cucumber salad for $6; tuna tartare for $7.50. Wine selections start at $5 per glass, and martinis, margaritas, mojitos, and other mixed drinks will be 50 percent off.

How do you prove you're a member of the hospitality industry? Well, they don't say, but a biz card will probably work. Or else just show up looking tired, jaded, and underpaid -- that, too, will likely do the trick.

A Fish Called Avalon is open daily from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. For reservations: 305-532-1727.

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