Located within the Avalon Hotel in the heart of the historic Art Deco District on Miami Beach, A Fish Called Avalon has been doling out impeccable service and fresh seafood to the Miami Beach masses for more than 30 years. Now, the iconic restaurant is becoming known for something else: a daily happy hour that features some of its most popular creations, along with beer, wine, and cocktails ranging from $5 to $10. Taking place seven days a week, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., guests can belly up to the bar to nosh on some of the restaurant’s signature dishes like the a globe artichoke smothered in Tuscany marinade, Bang Bang Shrimp, Copps Island oysters, North Atlantic wild mussels served in a light champagne broth, and the Beet & Apple salad ($6 to $15). Libations include an assortment of creative cocktails, all priced at $10 each, like the "Ocean View" made with Tinkerman’s Gin, fresh pressed cucumber, and Domaine Canton or "Maracuyă," a combination of Three Olives orange infused vodka, dry curaçao, fresh passion fruit, and pineapple. There's also a choice of beers at $5 per glass as well as prosecco, French rosé, Italian pinot grigio, and French merlot for $7 per glass.