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28 May 2021
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A beach vacation isn’t complete without some frozen drinks with those cute little umbrellas. And with National Pina Colada Day coming up on July 10 (yes, it’s a thing), now’s the perfect time to enjoy your fav drink while visiting your favorite beach destination.


The Deck BeachBar and Kitchen offers a spectacular beachfront location to enjoy while sipping their Pina Colada. Or try their Mudslide or Miami Vice specialty drinks. Another favorite at The Deck is a Frose, a frozen wine. 


A-J’s Dockside offers a fantastic view to take in while sipping on those frozen concoctions. The Watermelon Margarita is a delicious take on that cocktail. 


Stingray’s Seafood makes some killer frozen drinks, including their Frozen Banana Jammer made with rum, Kahlua, and a banana and their Frozen Mango Sunrise, a mix of fruit-n-ice strawberry topped with tequila and blended with mango. 


While craft brews are their drink specialties, the cocktails at Salt Island Fish & Beer never disappoint. Hit them up at Happy Hour for a $5 cocktail. 


Spanky’s Beachside gets rave reviews for its Pina Coladas. But so is its Beachside Peach.


If a daiquiri is your go-to frozen drink, Tybee Time is the place for you. This laid-back sports bar located right on the beach offers daiquiris in various flavors, including Pina Colada. Ask for a go-cup and enjoy a stroll in the sand. 


Pier 16 Seafood Restaurant serves amazing frozen daiquiris on its rooftop deck that overlooks Tybrisa Street. Honestly, any of their cocktails make a fantastic end to your day. 


Wet Willie’s offers a wall of frozen drinks, and you can even mix your own from the choices available. Of course, they serve a Pina Colada that’s as cool as the Caribbean. But mix it with their “Monkey Shine” flavor for a Banana Colada.


Coco’s Sunset Grille serves refreshing “cocotails” that match their “happy place” beach vibe. The drink menu is fun, with local twists on traditional favorites.


With so many choices, it’s hard to know which to try first. Pace yourself. After all, you’re on a Tybee Island beach vacation