ROK BRGR Offers Free Mimosas and Bacon-Themed Eats Sundays

So one of our recent posts discussed unlimited mimosas under $30 for brunch. While mimosas on the cheap are delicious, free mimosas just taste THAT much better. Fort Lauderdale's famous burger joint ROK BRGR offers free mimosas to ladies on Sundays from 10-3 pm. It's a win-win situation - ladies get to drink as much mimosas as they want for free while men don't have to worry about breaking their bank buying drinks. But don't worry, gents - you will get your fill of manliness, too. The Rok "Old Fashion" is a handmade cocktail that consists of bacon-infused Maker's Mark bourbon, maple syrup, bitters and an orange slice. For the ultimate manliest, bacon themed meal, grab a Lobster BLT with the Bacon Three Ways plate. The latter plate includes maple pepper bacon, jalapeno bacon and pecan smoke bacon that is served with local honey, chipotle ketchup and the manliest breakfast condiment ever, bourbon maple syrup. The guys of Epic Meal Time will be so proud.

Founder Marc Falsetto certainly sums up the uniqueness of his restaurant."ROK BRGR was the first true gastropub in downtown and continues to be innovative with their cuisine as other venues focus their attention on drinks and forget about the food," he said. "We use local and fresh ingredients at all times and only source the best products for our guests. Quality comes first always."

Other specials from ROK BRGR include $4 craft beers on Monday, half off all bottle of wine on Wednesday and half off drinks for ladies on Thursdays. Not to mention, there is half off for drinks 3-7pm Monday - Friday. We never thought we would say this, but weekdays just got better.

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