‘Breakfast on the Beach’: Why ‘Breakthrough’ Restaurants Should Offer Breakfast at the Beach

The Beach in St. Johns, Florida is an idyllic spot that’s a great place to start for families and young people.

 It’s also a perfect place to get your kids excited about outdoor activities.

But the Beach isn’t the only place to take a break from the sun.

The restaurant’s owner, Michael Bowers, is a passionate believer in the benefits of sun protection.

He told Breitbart News that “a lot of our customers come here with the idea that we’re going to do all of our outdoor activities in the summer.

But when we do those activities, we’re not only going to see the sun, we’ll also be able to see people, see what the sun is doing, but we’ll be able make sure that we get out of our skin.” 

This isn’t just a matter of the beach being safe, Bowers said.

“There’s also other benefits to having sun protection,” he said.

“It’s a lot easier to get out in the sun.” 

He went on to say that a lot of people forget the sun’s rays can be dangerous.

Bowers said that he encourages his guests to wear sunscreen and keep their skin covered.

If you’re looking for a restaurant that’s going to give you a break, look no further than St. Andrews Beach in West Palm Beach, Florida.

When the sun comes out in early June, St. Andrew’s Beach will be open for business.

At 9 a.m. on weekdays, the restaurant offers breakfast on the beach.

It’s all you can eat, but if you want a different breakfast, you’ll need to come early for a pre-paid buffet, which costs $35 for adults and $25 for kids.

On the weekends, it’s open for lunch and dinner, but the buffet is $30 for adults, $25 kids and free for seniors.

For more information, check out the Beach’s Facebook page, Facebook.com/StAndrewsBeach, or StAndrews Beach’s website.

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