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Big Pink's Snacks and Drinks

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Laying around on the beach can make us hungry and parched. What better way to fight this than an afternoon snack? If you are lounging on South Beach, walk on over to 157 Collins Avenue and order some guacamole and chips, $6.95 at the Big Pink.

"The Big Pink is in a great location, steps away from the beach," says vacation goer Gina Salomoni from Connecticut. "The food is fresh and plentiful. You certainly get the bang for your buck!"

Don't forget to quench that thirst with a tall glass of Big Pink lemonade for only $3.95. What better way to fill the hunger pains of doing absolutely nothing at the beach?

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