There are literally over 100 things on the menu at Big Pink, a touristy South Beach spot that’s doing its best impression of a retro diner - just a slightly pricy one. The food - which includes burgers, pasta, and fried chicken - isn’t terrible, but we really wouldn’t recommend this place for much else than an easy breakfast, late-night meal, or if you happen to be hungry after fist-pumping to Afrojack at Story across the street.
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