This is an island original. Not only is this pub home to the namesake Rum Swizzle cocktail, it’s also the oldest watering hole in Bermuda. Still family-run, this famous establishment first opened in 1932. The bi-level restaurant has a patio and newish gift shop, along with the old-school bar with its walls covered in graffiti left by drinkers. The menu consists mostly of pub fare—shepherd’s pie and the fish sandwich are two popular choices. Breakfast is available weekends until 3 p.m. You'll likely want to order the bar's signature drink: The Rum Swizzle is a blend of light and dark rums and a variety of fruit juices served over ice. (The place also now boasts a second location, called simply the Swizzle, in Warwick on the western end of the island.)
This is a Bermudan original. The family-run pub serves up a legendary version of the national cocktail, the rum swizzle, and is the oldest watering hole in the country; it first opened in 1932. The shepherd’s pie and the fish sandwich are among the most popular items. Breakfast is served weekends until 3 p.m.