Dining: Antigua | Barbuda
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- Al Porto (Antigua Map I-2) ...462-7695
Relax by the marina at Jolly Harbour while enjoying authentic Italian cuisine. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week.
- Alberto's (Antigua Map K-9) ...460-3007
Set above Willoughby Bay, this superior Italian restaurant is well worth the trip! Recognized by the Washington Post, Miami Herald and New York Times.
- Chez Pascal Restaurant (Antigua Map E-2) ...462-3232
Get treated by the chef and owner to outstanding classical French cuisine. Panoramic view of the sea and Galley Bay. Reservations suggested.
- Coco's Antigua (Antigua Map I-2) ...460-9700
Fine dining on open-air terraces overlooking the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.
- Colombo's Italian Restaurant (Antigua Map L-5) ...460-1452
Genuine Italian cuisine served overlooking Freeman's Bay. The home-made pasta and seafood specialties are delicious. Live music Monday and Wednesday nights.
- Hemingway's Caribbean Cafe (St. John's Map D-5) ...462-2768
Dine alfresco at this intimate authentic West Indian restaurant. Breakfast, lunch and dinner all with a Caribbean influence. Relax with a cocktail first at the full bar.
- Le Bistro (Antigua Map C-6) ...462-3881
Gourmet Magazine recommends this fine French restaurant. Also featured on the Discovery Channel's "Best Chef's in the WorldCaribbean" episode.
- Miller's By The Sea (Antigua Map E-3) ...462-9414
Fresh seafood, an airy atmosphere and live shows make for a fun outing. Cool off during happy hour at this great place by the sea.
- Redcliffe Tavern (St. John's Map E-4/5) ...461-4557
The historic building is outfitted with antique machinery and local artwork. Excellent international fare with Caribbean influences.
There are two restaurants in Barbuda, several snack shops and five or six bars ranging from rum shops to bars with TV and pool tables. Most of them cater for local peoples' needs as few guests from the hotels frequent them, those that do enjoy their lively friendly atmosphere. The best way to buy local food is to go out to a Food Fair or a Fish Fry at the weekend. There are always people barbecuing on the street and the fish is always fresh from the sea. Local specialities at food fairs include deer meat, land turtle, lobster. crab, conch, local beef and lamb or goat, with side dishes of rice, fungi or dumplings. Local drinks include soursop, ginger beer, sea moss and tamarind juices.
- Palm Tree Restaurant ...460-0517
Local bakery. Dishes from lobster to burgers.
- Park Terrace Restaurant ...460-0092
Local food and sandwiches.
- Jackie's Seafood Bar ...460-0408
Lobster, fish and will cook to order to take out.
- Green Door Bar and Tavern ...460-0065
- Burtons Bar ...460-0465