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A worthy splurge on Grace Bay, Seven Stars is just about the best there is, at least until Eight Stars comes along. Uber-resort will either empty your wallet or put you in the company of fellow mil... read more
Richard Hershman opened this infamous spot back in 1974 when Negril was still a backwater fishing village. It still offers up amazing views from it's cliffside location and it's a local gathering s... read more
One of Negril beaches more authentic restaurants, Kuyaba is actually an Arawak Indian word used to describe a paradise for feasting, drinking and dancing, The surfside ... read more
This supes casual hotel restaurant at Jake's Resort is home to huge portions, great prices, and probably Jamaica's best pizza. Don't dress up, you'll only embarass yourself, Jack Sprat's exemplifie... read more
During the day bring you D&G leopard print nothing and slip into the pool outside, while enjoying a glorious view of the Pitons. The cheery chef's specialise in West Indian and French cuisine a... read more
French inspiration and modern flair on historic St. Lucian site where Longueville estate once dwelled. Chef sports international pedigree and marries world class culinary technique with local ingre... read more
Acclaimed Swedish chef Bobo Bergstrom (formerly of the Windjammer Landing Hotel) brought "european fusion" and the first (and still the only) sushi bar to St. Luc... read more
Bob Eliot, (who at 18 became the youngest man to sail across the Atlantic single handily) and his wife built the Coal Pot in 1966 and it has remanded a family business ever since. Located on the wa... read more
This jazz lounge and restaurant has a limited but frequently changing menu, and a great reputation as one of the best restaurants in the Caribbean. Chef Jim (who learned his craft from his pa... read more
Dockisde at Marina Royale, the view is as nice as the nourriture. The food isn't just French, despite the name, and the signature dish is La Palette Caraïbes, which includes three different fi... read more
Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner are available at this Marina Port La Royale tourist trap. Gummy interiors clash with the lovely view, while the menu is all over the place from french brasserie type ea... read more
Mario's Bistro is primely located in the village of Sandy Ground overlooking the Marigot channel just past the blue bridge. Though incredibly romantic, it's chef Mario Tardif who really hits the ri... read more
The Turks & Caicos Club's on-site restaurant is complete with a poolside bar and lounge, though the view isn't as fantastic as some of the other beachfront restaurants on the island. The modera... read more
Coyaba, an old Arawak Indian word meaning Heavenly, mos def lives up to its name. This Gazebo style open-air restaurant, set in a sensous tropical garden hands down contemporary Caribbe... read more
Bay Bistro, like the Sibonné Beach Hotel, is closer to the beach than any other restaurant on Grace Bay, which is an instant plus. The globe-trotting menu combines ... read more
One of the few indoor dining spots in the Turks and Caicos, channel Donatella Versace, and dress Miamiii baby, cuz the decor is classy, with cocaine white on cocaine white from the Louis XVI chairs... read more
Popular spot in Provo located in the first and famous Ocean Club Resort. Eclectic global cuisine satisfies most palates, though some dishes are a bit bland. Unless you are a fan of the colorf... read more
International fare and a lovely Marine setting at the Miramar resort operated by hands on owners Gianni & Tracey Caporuscio makes this the lil gem of the island. Try the ‘Magnolia’ ... read more
The Greenhouse Bar and Restaurant is defintely a mainstay on the island, with a top rated happy hour every day from 4:30 until 7:00pm. Friendly staff makes for new friends, and the menu features si... read more
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The water laps against the rocks below as you crunch into curried i...