The fresh seafood display—with neat rows of crimson crabs, slimy oysters, and meaty hunks of fish—lures visitors into this Airlie Beach establishment, and more than 550 varieties of rum keeps them buzzing late into the evening. Order a tropical pairing such as the restaurant’s signature local chilli mud crab and a refreshing mojito, or barbecued tiger prawns with a Hemingway daiquiri. Sometimes the rum is even served on the food. Cases in point: fish fillets brushed with rum and pepper, and banana fritters doused in spiced rum syrup for dessert. The whole fish of the day, often stuffed with lemon and herbs, is a memorable alternative for shellfish-phobes.