Caribbean Dreams Magazine - First Edition - The Barbados Issue

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Friday night in Barbados, oistins in Christ Church. This historic spot is a favourite for locals and tourists, a smorgasbord of food, culture, natives and festivities. The alfresco dining experience offers mouthwatering, seafood selections, traditional


sights, sounds and delights on the island are boundless but if you really want to get into the tasty, local action, head into the country to Lemon Arbour. No reservations can be made and an afternoon of socializing (liming) making new friends and endless country views is in store. Be sure to arrive before 12 to beat the expected






even though you may think

always a little room for dessert. Would it be such a crime to make one last stop for a little piece of decadent heaven? Try Chili Moos and choose from 20 ice


entertainment. The atmosphere is truly Caribbean, relaxed and effortless, with much of the food in intimate eateries, which dominate the area.

rush and secure a table or the journey may be in vain. The atmosphere – loud, festive & local! If this spot is deemed too busy for your liking, a ten-minute drive south to The souse Factory or west to Country View Bar will reveal other favourite Saturday hideaways with the locals.

bit of fruit or nuts and have them create your eyes. How? Using granite ice slabs!

EAT Fresh Fish with any local side.

DRinK The Beer Of Barbados - Banks Beer

PRiCE $12US–$25US

EAT Try their pork! Pickled sea cat, or pudding and souse (All Saturday favourites) and you’ll blend right in.

DRinK Mount Gay Silver or

Banks Beer. PRiCE $10 - $25 us (Lemon Arbour) TiP Get there early to beat the line

EAT Our suggestion:

Go WiLD!

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