On weekends, the restaurant looks like the only place in town, as it's always packed for its brunch with bottomless mimosas and bloody marries for $15 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
To top it off, the bar has more than 50 craft beers on tap, and craft drinks with fresh local ingredients.
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Happy hour happens every day at Chops, and while specials include an appetizers menu, you're left wanting a little more lobster. But if you take what you get, the New England-style lobster roll will pair well with one of four $8 martinis — namely the Cosmo — and the lobster mac and white cheddar will be the best companion to your Canyon Road pinot grigio, which, like the chardonnay, pinot noir and cabernet, costs $5.75 during happy hour. Well liquors, which include Seagram's Gin, Evan Williams Bourbon and Camarena Tequila, cost $6.50. Appetizers range from $7 for Thai chili calamari to $15 for the lobster roll.
Happy hour: All night Sunday-Monday; 5-8 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.
Recommended drink: The Steakhouse Martini, with Svedka Vodka or Seagram's Gin.
Location: 101 Plaza Real South, Boca Raton; 561-395-2675 or BuckheadRestaurants.com/Chops-Lobster-Bar-Boca.
-- Maria Murriel, @mariamurriel
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