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DINING & NIGHTLIFE GUIDE Featuring Bermuda’s Finest Eateries and Nighttime Entertainment
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Bonafide Bermudian First things first: If you don’t sample the Bermuda fish sandwich whilst you’re on the island, you will sorely miss out on a local cuisine tradition, one that has restaurateurs jockeying for the top spot on various “best of” lists. At the Swizzle Inn, you can enjoy one of the best fish sandwich presentations paired with
another island staple, the Rum Swizzle. The Swizzle Inn does it up right with a huge portion of local grilled wahoo coated in island seasonings, spicy slaw, lettuce, tomato and their home-made tartar sauce, all piled high on local raisin bread. As for the Rum Swizzle, it’s Bermuda’s premier cocktail with of a blend of Goslings rums and fruit juices — typically lemon, orange and pineapple — sweetened with falernum. With the Swizzle Inn’s distinction as the home of this bright and cheery island drink, you’ll want to be sure to give it a try whilst you’re here.
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he combination of ingredients, flavours and cooking methods you’ll find in Bermuda is truly one of a kind. British cuisine is decidedly dominant — and no surprise since the island is a British Overseas Territory. Enjoy steak and ale or shepherd’s pie, battered fish and chips or a carved roast beef with Yorkshire pudding. And don’t forget that a frosty local pint is great to pair with these hearty British meals. The island’s proximity to the U.S. means you’ll also find items like burgers and fries on many restaurant lunch menus. Bermuda’s other geographical feature — namely, that it’s an isolated island in the middle of the Atlantic — ensures that fresh seafood is plentiful and readily available. African staples like cassava show up in Bermudian dishes, a relic of the enslaved Africans who once worked as indentured servants on the island, tying Bermudian cuisine to that of Caribbean islands, whose foods have similar influences. The island’s Portuguese residents, initially brought to Bermuda in the 19th century as contract workers and who today make up about 10 percent of the population, contributed dishes like Portuguese red bean soup and malasadas, a type of donut. And then there are uniquely Bermudian concoctions like the famous fish sandwich served on raisin bread with tartar sauce, and cocktails like the Rum Swizzle and Dark ’n Stormy. Bermuda’s dining venues are as varied as its cuisine. Street food is dispensed via funky decorated food trucks, modern bistros serve up fresh cuisine with vegetarian and even vegan options, British and Irish-style pubs present perfectly crisp fish and chips and upscale restaurants serve to-die-for dishes that will be a highlight of your vacation.
Voted ‘Best Seafood Restaurant,’ Aurora’s seasonal menu features fresh local seafood and produce from Bermuda’s best fisherman and farmers. We are committed to sourcing sustainable ingredients from local suppliers, ocean to table. We look forward to welcoming you to Aurora at Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort & Spa.
AURORA OCEAN TO TABLE | 27 HARBOUR ROAD, PAGET PARISH 441-232-8686 | GA@AURORA.BM | WWW.AURORA.BM
The Loren’s culinary team works with a variety of fishermen and smallscale farmers to source ingredients for the resort’s restaurants.
The other cultural culinary experience you must seek out is Bermuda’s traditional Sunday codfish breakfast. Bearing evidence of the island’s numerous cultural influences, this is a hearty meal of salted codfish with a side of boiled potatoes and eggs, bacon and onion cooked with stewed tomatoes and paired with slices of fresh banana and avocado. This dish is generally served only on Sunday at island restaurants, so be sure to set aside your Sunday morning for this Bermudian breakfast tradition. Deep Blue Eats Some of the freshest, most delicious dishes you’ll find in Bermuda start in the crystal-blue waters that surround the island. Healthy varieties of fish follow the currents here, making
seafood delights quite easy to find. If you’re here from September through March, when the spiny lobster can be harvested, be sure to give this crustacean a try. This species doesn’t have claws, unlike its Maine counterpart; but there’s plenty of meaty goodness in the tail. The legs and antennae also offer up juicy little bits of goodness, well worth the effort. You’ll find numerous other species of fish in Bermuda, expertly prepared to bring out the best flavours in dishes like pan-fried rockfish, baked snapper, pan-seared tuna and grilled wahoo. At venues like Lobster Pot Restaurant & Boathouse Bar, specialities of the house include a succulent seafood feast, pan-fried local fish topped with banana and almonds, and of course, lobster. Continued on page 8
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INSTA WOW! BERMUDA’S FOOD BLOGGERS OFFER GREAT INSIGHTS INTO ISLAND FLAVOURS.
here are plenty of Bermuda food bloggers dedicated to capturing the destination’s exclusive flavour combinations, creating cravings before you even set foot on the island. Whether you’re the type of traveller who makes restaurant reservations well ahead of your trip or you prefer to take a chance on venues you encounter throughout your holiday, swiping through Insta posts is a fun way to get excited for your vacation and prepare your taste buds to be tantalised. Find foodies that are based in Bermuda for the most active and up-to-date posts. Bermunchies (@bermunchies) on Instagram paints a diverse portrait of the island’s cuisine. Images of raw ingredients like loquats ripe on the tree are followed by salivation inspiration like a gorgeously sweet loquat tart from Tuck Shop. Pretty cocktails are showcased against equally picturesque backdrops, and popular events like the
annual Cup Match are highlighted, with food taking centre stage and the game itself providing background scenery. Get yourself in vacation mode before you’ve even dug your suitcase out of the closet by trying your hand at a recipe featured on Bermunchies, like Goslings Black Rum Chili. Bite of Bermuda (@biteofbermuda) is another on-the-ground Instagram account bringing you delicious dispatches from the island, with a focus on Bermudian-inspired ingredients. Pretty, pleasing snaps of a crispy codfish cake, fresh grilled lobster and, of course, the classic Bermudian fish sandwich on raisin bread are sure to provoke your palate before your vacation begins. There are also plenty of food and travel bloggers not based on the island who manage to capture the epicurean essence of Bermuda. The Wellful (thewellful.com), a blog by registered dietician Brenna O’Malley, features an extensive breakdown of restaurants, coffee shops and bars in Bermuda. There is also a category dedicated to wellness that shines the spotlight on venues where you can find fresh juices, gluten-free options, smoothies and more to help you maintain your health and well-being, even whilst on vacation. Also worth a browse is The Curious Creature (thecuriouscreature.com) by Toronto-based blogger Solmaz, whose Eating With a Local series features a session with Bermudian resident, producer and blogger Karriem, who shares his favourite eateries on island. Hop on Instagram now, peruse as many #bermudafood posts as possible and provoke your appetite before you go wheels up on your way to the island. You — and your stomach — will be daydreaming about biting into a uniquely Bermudian fish sandwich long before your vacation begins. Best of all, you’ll know the best spots for this and other tasty treats.
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FLAVOUR TO THE FULLEST WASHINGTON MALL
FOR THE ULTIMATE SHOPPING AND DINING EXPERIENCE HEAD TO WASHINGTON MALL. Located in the Heart of Hamilton hosting over 50 retailers and a wide variety of dining options to suit all tastes and budgets. WWW.WASHINGTONMALL.BM
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An International Affair Beyond its own traditional cuisine, Bermuda offers a surprisingly cosmopolitan array of international foods. Sprawling, open-air waterfront venues offer views as delicious as your meal, whilst historic homes converted into restaurants are perfect for a romantic evening. Sushi, Indian food, Italian and Mediterranean cuisine and even Japanese food make up some of the international options here. House of India and Ruby Murrys’ menus are extensive and authentic, featuring some of the most popular gastronomic delights from the many diverse regional styles of India, whilst Flanagan’s Irish Pub combines several cuisines under one roof. Flanagan’s famous fish chowder is lauded as one of the best on the island. Belfast bangers and mash add Irish vibes to the menu, and an extensive Asian and pasta menu ups the international ante. L’Oriental on Bermudian Road offers guests
the combined tastes and delicacies of the Far East from dishes prepared by their Master Teppanyaki Chef to immaculately prepared sushi by their Master Sushi Chef. Spoiling Your Sweet Tooth Vacations are for indulging, and Bermuda gives you plenty of ways to treat yourself. Ice cream shops are plentiful, as they should be on a warm, sunny island. Bring Bermuda’s sweetness home with you in the form of perfectly firm yet light and airy sugar cookies. Confections brings the beach feel to their creations with sugar sprinkles that resemble Bermuda pink sand. Perhaps the most iconic indulgence is the Bermuda rum cake. These moist, spirit-soaked Bundt cakes are prevalent on the island. Choose between flavours like the original with
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Sprawling, open-air waterfront venues offer views as delicious as your meal, whilst historic homes converted into restaurants are perfect for a romantic evening.
Welcome to Bermuda’s premier bar and grill restaurant located in the scenic beauty of the Belmont Hills Golf Course with spectacular views overlooking the Great Sound and Hamilton Harbour. Blû’s cuisine is bold American with generous Italian and Asian influences as well as a delightful sushi menu.
BLÛ BAR & GRILL | 25 BELMONT DRIVE, MIDDLE ROAD, WARWICK 441-232-2323 | INFO@BLU.BM | WWW.BLU.BM
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notes of lemon and vanilla, or chocolate, coconut, ginger and coffee. Better yet, take home one of each and share some sweetness with your friends and family. Bermuda By Dark Nightlife in Bermuda tends to lean towards the casually elegant; clubs with thumping bass that doesn’t stop until dawn are few and far between. You’ll find the liveliest scene in the City of Hamilton, where you can enjoy a range of experiences from dancing with DJs and live music to lounges and sophisticated cocktail bars. If you imbibe only once on an evening out, your drink of choice should be from Harry’s, located in The Waterfront Complex on Pitts Bay Road. The Signature Cocktail, Harry’s Old Fashioned and Harry’s Old Cuban all make good use of Harry’s own rum blend. Also check out Bermuda’s Happy Hour scene, especially on Fridays, when you’ll find all the locals and expats popping in for a friendly banter. Favourites are Port O’ Call, Little Venice and Huckleberry Restaurant at the Rosedon Hotel, all located in the City of Hamilton, Swizzle Inn, or Blû Bar & Grill and Pink Beach Club at The Loren out of town. Smart casual attire will grant you entry into most late-night venues.
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I NSI DE R’ S GUIDE With so much to fill your itinerary, you’re sure to find just what you’re looking for in Bermuda. Here are our top picks for dining and nightlife. 9 PARISHES AUTHENTIC RUM SWIZZLE At The Rum Barrel Dockyard Terrace Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Also available islandwide See website for locations Tel: 535-6463 Website: 9parishesbda.com
the graceful Longtail, this unique blend of rum, liqueurs, juices and bitters makes for a truly delicious, refreshing alcoholic beverage, best served over ice with a slice of orange or a cherry. Once you taste 9 Parishes Rum Swizzle, you will notice the smooth, palatable taste that is just too easy to drink. Put their brand to the test and choose your favourite. Available to purchase by the bottle; in two-, four- and six-packs; or by the case. Available islandwide or order online at firstname.lastname@example.org. ANCHOR RESTAURANT, BAR & LOUNGE 1 Freeport Rd. Tel: 232-1345
9 Parishes, the Authentic Bermuda Rum Swizzle, is a hand-mixed and hand-bottled, ready-to-drink Rum Swizzle and a potent cocktail irresistible to locals and visitors alike. As much a part of Bermuda culture as the Bermuda Onion, the vibrant hibiscus or
Anchor Restaurant, Bar & Lounge showcases a selection of international cuisine and local traditional cuisine — all at affordable prices. Anchor Restaurant is open Tuesday through Sunday and serves lunch and dinner with the added convenience of takeout. They offer free Wi-Fi to their customers and have entertainment on select evenings, which is captured on
their Facebook page. The restaurant is located just inside Royal Naval Dockyard gates. AQUA TERRA The Reefs Hotel & Club 56 South Rd., Southampton Tel: 238-0222 Website: thereefs.com
Set atop the rugged limestone cliffs overlooking their secluded pink-sand beach, Aqua Terra serves creative dishes with New World flair and striking ocean views. With a fresh take on island classics and original dishes you won’t find anywhere else, you will find that their chefs use only the freshest ingredients available, locally sourced whenever possible. Enjoy your evening on the outdoor terrace that overlooks the ocean or enjoy the panoramic ocean views through a captivating, curved wall of windows. Aqua Terra serves breakfast and dinner daily, as well as a spectacular Sunday brunch. Aqua Terra’s delicious spread has been named the Best Brunch in Bermuda.
Elegance, charm and superlative service await you at Fourways Inn & Restaurant. Long recognised as one of Bermuda’s finest gourmet restaurants, Fourways offers a first-class dining experience and an awardwinning wine list in a historic 18th-century manor-house setting. An Old World “peg leg” bar on the premises provides a casual atmosphere for a cocktail before dinner or a relaxing after-dinner drink. Dining service is available Monday to Saturday, and on Sunday, experience the inn’s extravagant, indulgent Sunday brunch. 441-236-6517 | WWW.FOURWAYS.BM
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DINING & NIGHTLIFE ASTWOOD ARMS 85 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 292-5818 Website: astwoodarms.bm
events and more. Aurora is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Reservations recommended.
The Astwood Arms is a Victorian era–styled pub with a dedicated dining area, a bar area and a separated cellar room to catch the games. Music with a blues, light jazz, 1970s, 1980s and classic rock feel. Conversation is encouraged. Cocktails and pints are on offer.
BERMUDA BISTRO AT THE BEACH 103 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 292-0219 Website: thebeachbermuda.com
AURORA AT NEWSTEAD BELMONT HILLS RESORT 27 Harbour Rd., Paget Tel: 232-8686 Website: aurora.bm
Aurora is a vibrant, new restaurant located at the Newstead Hotel with breathtaking views of the harbour. Winner of “Best Seafood Restaurant,” Aurora’s extensive menus offer the freshest produce from Bermuda’s farms and shores. Outdoor seafood bar, Marea, overlooking the pool is open seasonally. The Cove is a private dining space available for weddings, corporate
Whether you are looking for a tasty but inexpensive lunch or looking to drink, dine and dance ’til late in the evening, Bermuda Bistro at the Beach is the place to be. Enjoy alfresco dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner, daily happy hour or one of your favourite sporting events on one of their large-screen TVs. They’ve got a vibe for everyone, so go check them out right in the heart of Hamilton. BISTRO J Chancery Lane, Hamilton Tel: 296-8546 Website: bistroj.bm
Tucked away in one of Hamilton’s most enchanting and historic alleys, Bistro J offers
a unique, wholesome and imaginative dailychanging blackboard menu, with an option of six appetizers, six entrées and six desserts for one set price, all served in a lively bistro setting. All wines on the list are available by the glass. Open for lunch five days a week and dinner nightly. BLÛ BAR & GRILL 97 Middle Rd., Warwick Tel: 232-2323 Website: blu.bm
Blû Bar & Grill’s stunning location overlooking the Great Sound gives it an unparalleled view of the water, local yacht and international sailing events. Its floor-toceiling picture windows offer breathtaking vistas of a watercolour sky and a memorable palette of blues. Its central location in Warwick, off Middle Road at the Belmont Hills Golf Course, provides the perfect backdrop of golfing greens and azure waters. Blû’s cuisine is bold American with generous Italian and Asian influences. This restaurant provides a chic, modern vibe in a singularly Bermudian setting where you
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Open for Lunch (Mon to Fri) and Dinner (Mon to Sat) 32 BERMUDIANA ROAD, HAMILTON 441-295-3503 | INFO@LITTLEVENICE.BM WWW.LITTLEVENICE.BM
Open for Lunch (Mon to Fri) and Dinner (Mon to Sun) | Take out also available 32 BERMUDIANA ROAD (ABOVE LITTLE VENICE), HAMILTON 441-296-4477 | INFO@LORIENTAL.BM WWW.LORIENTAL.BM
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can enjoy great service, food and wines. Visit for dinner any day of the week. CADDY SHACK BAR & GRILL At Bermuda Fun Golf Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 400-7888 Website: fungolf.bm
Stop by the best 19th Hole in Bermuda for a bite to eat and a locally brewed craft beer. Take in the incredible ocean views and spectacular sunsets from the Caddy Shack Bar & Grill’s elevated terrace. Putt a round of miniature golf with them. It’s the perfect casual gathering place for golfers, non-golfers or those that simply appreciate great food. Open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. from April to October and weekends only from November to March. Located next to Snorkel Park Beach through the common archway. CAFÉ COCO 3 Stonington Circle South Rd., Paget
Tel: 236-5416 Website: cocoreefbermuda.com
At Café Coco, located at the Coco Reef Resort Hotel, you will enjoy stunning ocean views — the perfect backdrop for an elegant breakfast, lunch or dinner. Sample international cuisine infused with local Bermudian fare. Their artistic chefs inspire and create flavours and colours in their signature dishes like Bermuda rockfish on a bed of crab risotto with a delicious lobster velouté, or Angus beef short ribs, braised for six hours and served off the bone, accompanied by a Café Coco spicy croquette, haricot vert and blackcurrant jus. For dessert, a must is their mouth-watering sticky toffee pudding with home-made vanilla ice cream finished with a toffee sauce. Let Café Coco’s friendly and attentive staff deliver you an unforgettable dining experience. COCONUTS The Reefs Hotel & Club 56 South Shore Rd., Southampton Tel: 238-0222
Breezy beach views are the ever-changing backdrop to a superb dining experience at Coconuts, a beautiful restaurant overlooking the beach. Enjoy lunch and dinner on the main deck with incredible ocean views. Or take it up a notch with a table right on the beach with your toes in the sand. Amongst Bermuda beach resorts, Coconuts is considered one of the island’s most romantic restaurants. And on Thursday nights in season, their beach barbecue is an event not to be missed. CONFECTIONS Bridge House 1 Bridge St., St. George’s Tel: 505-DIE4 (3434) Website: confections2die4.com Facebook: @confectionsbda Instagram: @confectionsbda
Confections is a licensed Bermudian boutique bakery passionately dedicated to the simple beauty and nostalgia of the traditional Bermuda sugar cookie. Their recipe has been tried, tested and painstakingly perfected for well
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LA TRATTORIA RESTAURANT Open for lunch: Monday to Saturday from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm | Open for dinner daily from 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm @LATRATTORIABERMUDA WASHINGTON LANE, HAMILTON | 441-295-1877 | INFO@TRATTORIA.BM | WWW.LATRATTORIA.BM |
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over 20 years, thereby ensuring that each cookie has a seamless and delectable blend of airy lightness, a respectable crunch and just enough sweet persuasion to keep you coming back for more. Experience their exquisite Bermuda Pink Sand Sugar Cookie, inspired by the beautiful beaches, and baked fresh in Bermuda. Want to take the “beach” home with you to share with family and friends? Grab their hand-crafted Bermuda Pink Sand Sprinkles and make your own Bermudaful treats at home. They’re perfect for cookies, cupcakes and ice cream. Order your gourmet treats online, arrange for delivery to your hotel or pick them up at their new home in the Bridge House in St. George’s — a Bermuda National Trust gem of a property which is 400 years old. Just behind the King’s Square Town Hall in St George’s, Bridge House and Confections are two experiences not to be missed during your visit.
CROWN POINT — PRIVATE CHEF Tel: 705-0804 Website: crownpointbda.com
Some of the best memories of home are made in the kitchen, and Crown Point wants to help you experience this in Bermuda. Upon request, their team will invite one or more of the best chefs on the island into your vacation home for a fully interactive experience that will leave your taste buds wanting more. From set menus and wine pairings to backyard barbecues and traditional Bermudian cuisines, their chefs will use their skills to woo you and your guests, creating beautiful moments you will never forget.
DUCH POPS BERMUDA Washington Mall, Lower Level Reid St., Hamilton Dockyard Terrace Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 705-3824 Website: duchpopsbermuda.com
What could be more refreshing on a hot summer day than a deliciously refreshing Popsicle? Located in Hamilton or at Royal Naval Dockyard, Duch Pops strives to quench your sweet tooth with mouth-watering frozen treats which are not only hand crafted but also naturally sourced when in season. Through a passion for Bermudian culture, this vision was brought to life by owner Rickeisha Burgess. Crafted through an array of flavours and textures, each recipe is
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uniquely created and given a name to represent the beautiful island. Offering catering services as well as bulk orders, Duch Pops is the ideal choice for a scrumptious, revitalising frosted treat. FLANAGAN’S IRISH PUB & OUTBACK SPORTS BAR 69 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 295-8299 Website: flanagans.bm
The award-winning Flanagan’s Irish Pub and Outback Sports Bar are favourites of locals and visitors alike. Relax in a cosy pub atmosphere at Flanagan’s on Front Street and sample the classic all-day English breakfast or simply enjoy a delicious draught beer on the balcony overlooking Hamilton Harbour. For sports fans, Outback is the place to catch any match of the day on one of their 22 HD TVs or watch from your own private booth.
FOURWAYS INN & RESTAURANT 1 Middle Rd., Paget Tel: 236-6517 Website: fourways.bm
Originally built in the 1720s, Fourways Inn & Restaurant has remained unchanged at heart despite extensive renovations. Fourways offers a unique and magical dining experience steeped in true Bermudian tradition that will wow you from start to finish. Dinner at Fourways is not merely a culinary experience but also a journey back in time. This culinary journey is enhanced as you are serenaded by a live pianist. Sophisticated yet relaxed, Fourways’ patrons enjoy unerring hospitality, lavish meals and a Wine Spectator award-winning selection of reds and whites. An old-world “peg leg” bar on the premises provides a casual atmosphere for a cocktail before dinner or a relaxing after-dinner drink. Dining service is available Monday through Saturday, and on Sunday, experience the inn’s extravagant, award-winning Sunday brunch.
GOSLINGS 33 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 298-7337 17 Dundonald St., Hamilton Tel: 298-7368 Website: goslingsrum.com
To get the party started, enjoy the trademarked cocktail and national drink of Bermuda, the Dark ’n Stormy®, the classic Bermuda Rum Swizzle, a Bermuda Mule or a South Shore; or have one of Bermuda’s skilled and knowledgeable bartenders prepare one of their fabulous, delicious signature drinks. The complete island experience features Bermuda’s world-renowned and award-winning Goslings Black Seal Rum, winner of the coveted Platinum Award, the beverage industry’s highest honour: “96 Points, Superlative, Best Buy.” This deep, luscious rum is so versatile it can be sipped neat or star in any cocktail, providing an extra level of richness. It pairs superbly with almost any cuisine and is the heart of several
A SENSE OF TASTE Explore the global tastes on offer at Rosewood Bermuda from regional Italian fare at Sul Verde, to fresh seaside dining at the Beach Club, and prized steaks at Island Brasserie. +1 441 298 4000 | email@example.com 60 Tucker’s Point Drive, Hamilton Parish, HS02 |
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The Loren’s culinary team, with its commitment to seed-to-table and sea-to-table cuisine, is ready to impress even travellers and diners with the very highest expectations.
he Loren’s culinary team works with a variety of fishermen and small-scale farmers to source ingredients for the resort’s restaurants. The snapper on your plate at dinner was quite likely swimming in the Atlantic that same afternoon. The culinary team follows the seasonality of the island and the New England area of the United States, as those are the closest ports of entry. The goal is to use ingredients at their peak of freshness, passing through as few hands as possible and travelling as short a distance as possible. The Loren’s guests are accustomed to dining at the best restaurants in the world, and they are familiar with the best of the best dining institutions in Miami, New York and Toronto, amongst other cities. The Loren’s culinary team, with its commitment to seed-to-table and sea-to-table cuisine, is ready to impress even travellers and diners with the very highest expectations. The Loren Hotel’s
PINK BEACH – BERMUDA INSISTS ON USING ONLY THE HIGHEST-QUALITY INGREDIENTS IN EVERY DISH.
main restaurant, The Pink Beach Club, serves food all day with a breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. Eat with the best view on the island whilst literally sitting next to the ocean in the open-air restaurant. The executive chef also displays great flexibility when it comes to giving hotel guests the kind of dining experience they expect from a luxury venue like The Loren. At the Marée Lounge, you can enjoy specialty cocktails and tasting plates in an intimate lounge setting. Pink Beach Club serves up a refined yet casual breakfast and lunch, whilst dinner offers a more elevated menu and level of service with an elegantly relaxed ambience. Both restaurants focus on allowing freshly sourced ingredients to tell their tales. Seasonal menus crafted by the kitchen around your requests will delight even the most discerning palates, whilst the attentive team and exquisite setting ensure every event is a success.
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popular Bermuda food recipes. As Bermuda’s oldest company and largest export, you’ll find all of Goslings’ award-winning rums available islandwide, in Goslings’ own shops in town and duty-free at the airport. HARRY’S 96 Pitts Bay Rd., Pembroke Tel: 292-5533 Website: harrys.bm
Harry’s is situated in The Waterfront Complex at Pitts Bay Road, just to the east of the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club. Open for lunch and dinner daily, except Sundays and public holidays, Harry’s philosophy is simple. Their new American steakhouse style incorporates sustainably farmed meats, including their famous dryaged beef and the best of Bermuda’s fish, which are delivered right to their door. Through their partnership with Miles Market and Miles Farms, they take the finest, freshest ingredients
to create their home-grown yet internationally sophisticated cuisine. You are able to choose your Harry’s experience from their different options: Harry’s Bar, waterside patio with Hamilton Harbour views, private dining room or main dining room. So, whether you are looking for a light lunch, a drink at happy hour or dinner for two or 20, Harry’s will meet your requirements. Their extensive cocktail menu and Wine Spectator awardwinning wine cellar cater to all tastes and budgets. Harry’s was named in memory of Henry C.D. Cox. His achievements, contributions to Bermuda’s culture and love of good food and drink shared with friends are the inspiration for all that they do. HOUSE OF INDIA 58A North St., Hamilton Tel: 295-6450 Website: houseofindia.biz
For more than two decades, House of India has been recognised for its
commitment to truly authentic Indian cuisine with an enduring emphasis on culture, quality and service. Their chefs take immense pride, using only the finest spices, roasted in-house; and they even prepare their own blend of garam masala. Everything is cooked with the freshest ingredients, and all their sauces are made from scratch. Try their prized chicken tikka masala, cooked in a delicious creamy cashew tomato-based sauce. Succulent lamb loin chops are marinated in yoghurt and infused with roasted cumin seeds and cloves, prepared to perfection. Or enjoy one of their mouth-watering tandoor charcoal-style dishes. With more than 50 aromatic curries from all regions of India that are prepared in various styles and heat profiles, House of India has something amazing for everyone. Accompany these with tasty breads or family naan and an ice-cold beer or glass of wine. Watch the chefs at work whilst waiting for a takeout order. The rich aromas at this cosy, family-run
A N U NF ORG E T TAB L E C U L I N A RY E XPE R I E N C E TThe Pink Beach Club at The Loren is known for its innovative dishes and hand crafted cocktails incorporating sustainable, seasonal, and local ingredients. With a backdrop of breathtaking ocean views and vibrant nature-infused spaces, it’s an experience not to be missed. 2021 winner of “Best Ambiance” The Loren at Pink Beach | 116 South Road, Tucker’s Town Smiths | 441.293.1666 | firstname.lastname@example.org |
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ISLAND BRASSERIE 60 Tucker’s Point Dr. Hamilton Parish Tel: 298-4000 Website:rosewoodhotels.com/en/ bermuda/dining/island-brasserie
At Island Brasserie, a newly envisioned steakhouse menu entices diners with modern interpretations of classic dishes and inspired flavour combinations resulting in unique tastes, innovative presentation and a distinctive Bermudian style. At Rosewood Bermuda’s signature restaurant, diverse culinary influences converge in a classic steakhouse experience, featuring choice cuts from around the globe, locally caught seafood, decadent desserts and memorable tableside presentations. Inside, the dining space takes its inspiration from a
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Consciously sourced, chef-driven cuisine in Bermuda. Located inside the historic main house of the Rosedon Hotel, as well as on its grand front porch, Huckleberry is a tribute to Mark Twain, who loved Bermuda and visited often. A member of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux group, Huckleberry draws inspiration from the author’s Southern roots and takes you on a culinary journey with its Sea and Farm to Table philosophy and a distinctly Bermudian flavour. Great care is taken when selecting ingredients for their dishes, as they strive to use locally sourced, organic produce, grass-fed meats and sustainably harvested seafood. Indeed, some of the vegetables and fruit are grown in their own kitchen garden, as are the herbs and edible flowers. This healthy living concept also extends to their wine selections, as they offer organic and biodynamic wines made from grapes grown using organic, natural and sustainable methods. Huckleberry is not for the usual but for those that seek the truly extraordinary.
colonial-style home and Bermuda’s seafaring heritage with warm wood finishes, cathedral ceilings, antique brass detailing and Gerard Henderson’s iconic hand-painted murals. Outside, a terrace offers captivating views of Harrington Sound during the day and fireside warmth at night. After dinner, enjoy the mild evenings with a fine cigar and bespoke blended rum by Bacardí made exclusively for Rosewood Bermuda. LA TRATTORIA 23 Washington Lane, Hamilton Tel: 295-1877 Website: latrattoria.bm
La Trattoria is one of Bermuda’s longeststanding restaurants and a favourite of locals and visitors alike. It is perfectly placed in the heart of Hamilton, making it the ideal restaurant for a romantic dinner for two or a gathering with friends. This festive trattoria has warm and familiar red brick walls and rustic tile floors, giving it an authentic Italian feel; or a few outdoor tables provide an alfresco experience in Washington Lane. It offers the island’s only wood-burning
pizza oven as a centrepiece and is recognised as the best in Bermuda for its hearty Italian food and warm, kid-friendly environment, all at an extraordinary value. LITTLE VENICE 32 Bermudiana Rd., Hamilton Tel: 295-3503 Website: littlevenice.bm
Little Venice is Bermuda’s first Italian restaurant, celebrating 50 years of fabulous service and fine food. It is touted as the best Italian restaurant in Bermuda by The New York Times and The Boston Globe. This Hamilton restaurant is dedicated to producing authentic cuisine from Italy with superbly prepared classic and contemporary specialities. The adjoining Wine Bar offers the island’s most comprehensive wine list, providing excellent selections from around the world and a popular happy hour Monday through Friday from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Little Venice opens Monday through Friday for lunch from 12 noon to 2 p.m.; Monday through Saturday for dinner from 6 p.m. onwards.
THE LOBSTER POT RESTAURANT AND BOATHOUSE BAR 6 Bermudiana Rd., Hamilton Tel: 292-6898 Website: lobsterpot.bm
The Lobster Pot Restaurant and Boathouse Bar is Bermuda’s oldest fish eatery and has a faithful following amongst both visitors and Bermudians. Service is friendly, prices are fair and the menu is enticing. There is always a good selection of fresh seafood from local and foreign waters. Specialities of the house include fish chowder, a succulent seafood feast, pan-fried local fish topped with banana and almonds, escargot and live lobsters. The staff welcomes you for lunch Tuesday through Friday and for dinner Tuesday through Sunday. Reservations for both lunch and dinner are advised; closed on public holidays.
TWO LOCAL FAVOURITES, ONE GREAT LOCATION Bermuda’s favourite Irish pub and award-winning sports bar! Tel: 295-8299 | www.flanagans.bm |
L’ORIENTAL 32 Bermudiana Rd., Hamilton Tel: 296-4477 Website: loriental.bm
With its dragons and Asian mystique, L’Oriental’s restaurant entrance, next to Little Venice, entices customers up the stairs into a world of fusion cuisine. L’Oriental is the island’s first Orientalfusion restaurant, offering the combined tastes and delicacies of the Far East by its Master Chef. The meticulously hand-crafted pagoda and décor provide a unique backdrop to Bermuda’s only teppanyaki table — with dishes prepared by its Master Teppanyaki Chef — and the elegant sushi bar, which provides im-
maculately prepared sushi by its Master Sushi Chef. This award-winning restaurant is well known for its food, service and outstanding atmosphere. Hours are Monday through Friday for lunch from 12 noon to 2 p.m.; dinner Monday through Sunday from 5:30 p.m. onwards. Sushi Happy Hour is from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Monday to Friday, with special discounts on wine and sake by the bottle. THE MEDIA LOUNGE CINEMA The Cooperage Building Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys
The Media Lounge Cinema is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a different media
experience. Take a break and enjoy their air-conditioned, small and intimate, single-screen cinema showing the latest box office hits, making it great for a night at the movies with friends and family. NANNINI HÄAGEN-DAZS ICE CREAM PARLOUR Clocktower Shopping Mall Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Tel: 234-2474
No visit to Royal Naval Dockyard is complete without a visit to the Nannini Häagen-Dazs Ice Cream Parlour in Clocktower Shopping Mall, open seven days a week and featuring only Häagen-
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Dazs ice cream, sorbets and frozen yoghurt. Treat yourself to one of the 16 available flavours in a cone, sundae or milkshake. It can even be packed for you to take home. Nannini also offers a variety of indulgences from Italy. So give yourself a treat and visit the Nannini Häagen-Dazs Ice Cream Parlour. PEARL 87 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 295-9150 Website: pearl.bm
Located above Port O’ Call on Front Street, Pearl is a welcome addition to Bermuda’s sushi scene. When creating the menu, their skilled sushi chefs have combined their traditional Japanese culinary training along with the culinary styles garnered through worldwide experience. A unique and extensive sake and wine list is available for you. The result is a modern and creative menu that still delivers the classic sushi experience. Open for lunch five days a week and dinner nightly.
PINK BEACH CLUB AT THE LOREN 116 South Rd. Tucker’s Town, Smith’s Tel: 293-1666 Website: thelorenhotel.com
Enjoy the flavours of Bermuda in a seaside setting. The Loren’s seaside restaurant, the Pink Beach Club, begins the day serving breakfast with views of the sun rising over the Atlantic. Later in the day, leisurely lunches stretch into dinner and drinks under the stars. Whilst its open-air setting may be laid-back and its signature dishes, burgers and crab cakes perfectly complement a day spent by the sea or poolside, the kitchen never strays from the core culinary mission of utilising only the best and freshest ingredients, sourced locally whenever possible. The ahi tuna in the poke bowls comes straight from the waters off Bermuda whilst the newly plucked mushrooms in the ravioli were grown on farms nearby. The menu also includes healthier spa menu options. Enjoy creative cocktails and an extensive wine list featuring choice selections from Old World and New World
producers. Pink Beach Club is a perfect complement to a day spent poolside or as the setting for a romantic evening dinner. The Pink Beach Club is open for breakfast from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., lunch from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., dinner from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and for Saturday and Sunday brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. PORT O’ CALL 87 Front St., Hamilton Tel: 295-5373 Website: portocall.bm
One of Bermuda’s most popular restaurants is Port O’ Call. Enjoy award-winning signature dishes featuring contemporary styles with an emphasis on fresh Bermuda seafood. Enjoy their award-winning wine list, with over 40 selections by the glass, or a cocktail designed by one of their awardwinning bartenders. Open for lunch five days a week and dinner nightly. Dine inside or on the alfresco harbour-view terrace — either way, you’re sure to love the experience of superb service and a masterful menu in an elegant setting.
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s the name might suggest, fish is a highlight on the Wahoo’s Bistro & Patio menu. Chef and co-owner Alfred Konrad puts his personal spin on classic Bermudian ingredients, setting trends with dishes like rockfish Picasso, which pairs the mild, flaky fish with a mosaic of fresh fruits and ginger. Alfred is Austrian by birth but has been in Bermuda since 1981, cutting his teeth at notable venues like the Loews Hotel and Tom
Moore’s Tavern. Alfred’s passion for cooking has been awarded time and time again, and his Bermuda fish chowder has won several contests and awards. Highlighting local ingredients and cooking styles is a hallmark of Chef Alfred’s repertoire. “Locally sourced products play a large part in our menu, as we buy from five Bermudian fishermen and use their catch in daily specials,” says Alfred. “We also use seasonal produce from local farmers.” The Bermuda Triangle entrée allows diners to sample three local fish selections — wahoo, rockfish and mahi mahi — cooked three different ways and paired with Bermuda peas and rice, fried plantains and home-made paw paw chutney. Wahoo’s dedicates an entire page of its specials menu to varied preparations of the wahoo that swim in Bermuda’s waters. From creamy chowder to a wahoo sampler to smoked wahoo pâté, each dish offers a unique way to enjoy the mild white fish’s flavour. Other specials to look out for when they’re in season include lionfish, rockfish ribs and lobster. For a locally inspired meal from start to finish, pair your dish with a prickly pear martini, made with the cactus fruit grown on the island, and finish with a Bermuda banana split. “Preparing wonderful dishes using high-quality Bermudian ingredients whilst keeping prices reasonable benefits everyone,” says Alfred. Alfred’s philosophy of cooking all orders as though they are for a special occasion has helped Wahoo’s Bistro earn the special endorsement of locals, who’ve helped ensure the restaurant’s success by recommending it to visitors. Diners come back to Wahoo’s again and again for the warm, friendly vibe, harbour views and perfect preparations of the freshest ingredients available served by Bermudian staff.
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In addition to wahoo, look out for lionfish, rockfish ribs and lobster when they’re in season.
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RUBY MURRYS INDIAN CUISINE 2 Chancery Lane, Hamilton Tel: 295-5058 Website: rubymurrys.bm
Ruby Murrys is the newest addition to Bermuda’s restaurant scene and is quickly becoming the place to go for discerning diners who yearn for the real taste of India. Their menu features some of the most popular gastronomic delights from the many diverse regional styles of India, all served in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. They are open for lunch five days a week and dinner seven nights a week. Takeout and catering are available. SPECIALITY CINEMA & GRILL 12 Church St., Hamilton Tel: 292-2135 Website: specialitycinema.bm
Speciality Cinema & Grill is Bermuda’s premier movie-going experience. Conveniently located in the City of Hamilton, this multiscreen cinema provides the perfect afternoon or evening out.
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DINING & NIGHTLIFE A multiple-time 2021 Best of Bermuda award winner, Speciality Cinema & Grill also offers a delicious food menu. Grab a meal before the movie, take an order into the theatre with you or stop by for a quick lunch. Pair your order with a tasty milkshake, daiquiri or fruit smoothie. Open Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Sunday and public holidays noon to 8 p.m. Visit their website for showtimes.
ambience, Speciality Inn has built a reputation for excellence in food and customer service. Whether it’s to dine in or take out, stop by for breakfast, lunch or dinner. They are open Monday and Tuesday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Wednesday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; closed Sunday and public holidays. Reservations not required.
SPECIALITY INN 4 South Rd., Smith’s Tel: 236-3133 Website: specialityinn.bm
No vacation would be complete without a visit to the famous local landmark (circa 1650), Bermuda’s oldest pub, the Swizzle Inn in Bailey’s Bay. Venture to the patios or indoors and take in the graffitied walls and business cards from decades of previous swizzlers. Enjoy a jug of the deliciously potent original Rum Swizzle, Bermuda’s national drink. Then, feast on the awardwinning Swizzle burger, Bailey’s Bay fish sandwich, conch fritters, pizzas and the best nachos and wings in Bermuda. Other
Established in 1985, Speciality Inn is Bermuda’s favourite local restaurant and a multiple-time 2021 Best of Bermuda award winner. Known for its range of local and international cuisine, this family-owned restaurant also boasts a pizzeria and sushi bar. Kidfriendly, with a welcoming yet relaxed
SWIZZLE INN 3 Blue Hole Hill, Bailey’s Bay Tel: 293-1854 Website: swizzleinn.com
Feel the spirit and culture of India The premier destination for delicious award-winning Indian dining in Bermuda, specialising in Tadoor (clay-oven) and regional curry dishes
Park View Plaza 58a North Street, Hamilton • 295-6450 www.houseofindia.biz
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options include local fish, classic pub fare like bangers and mash and fish ’n’ chips. Stop by for their hugely popular weekend barbecue with slow-smoked ribs, steaks, piri-piri chicken and luau shrimp. Be sure to leave your card, signed dollar bill or a message on the pub walls. Kids always welcomed. Check out their gift shop offering a wide selection of Swizzle Inn - Swagger Out clothing and gifts. TEMPTATIONS CAFÉ & COFFEE BAR 18 Wellington St., St. George’s Tel: 297-1368 Instagram: @temptationscafebda
Temptations Café is a lovely sandwich shop which offers its customers a chance to experience a quaint slice of Bermuda. Whether you stop in for a piping hot beverage, an egg and bacon breakfast bagel, delicious homemade soup with a hearty sandwich made to order or a sweet treat, you are welcomed like you’re at home. Eat in or take out, Temptations is affordably priced and open for breakfast and lunch.
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SENSE AND EDIBILITY A LOCAL TEAM OF CULINARY EXPERIENCE SPECIALISTS HELPS
ow much does sense of sight play into the dining experience? If you were blindfolded, could you identify a dish’s ingredients? Would a familiar dish taste different without the typical visual cues? A new dining experience in Bermuda plays off the curious connection between sight and sense of taste, but you may not have heard of it. SENSE 441 flies under the radar, mysteriously announcing their next blindfolded culinary experience with minimalist Instagram (@sense441) and Facebook (@SENSE – 441) postings containing a date and an e-mail address. “We want our guests to come and find us,” says SENSE 441 co-creator Jalesa Vincent.
Events featuring local award-winning chefs are held several times throughout the year in various venues across the island, including in luxury private homes for 40 lucky guests. The SENSE 441 experience includes transportation, a welcome cocktail hour and live entertainment. Guests are then ushered into the dining area, which is transformed to fit the evening’s theme, and blindfolds are placed on the diners. “This experience based on trust is designed for the adventurous foodie,” says co-creator Tiara Wilson. “Everything is unknown until you arrive and you’re relying on all your other senses to tell you what you’re consuming. Sometimes, your senses can trick you.” Follow SENSE 441 on social media to find out the date of their next event.
Events featuring local awardwinning chefs are held several times throughout the year in various venues across the island.
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DINERS DIG IN TO THE ESSENCE OF BERMUDIAN CUISINE.
If you don’t sample the Bermuda fish sandwich whilst you’re on the island, you will sorely miss out on a local cuisine tradition, one that has restaurateurs jockeying for the top spot on various “best of” lists.
International cuisine infused with local Bermudian fare
TEN CAFÉ 10 Dundonald St., Hamilton Tel: 295-0857 Website: ten.bm
TEN is your best choice for home-brewed coffees, fresh and delicious salads, pastas, sandwiches, daily blackboard specials and home-made desserts for breakfast and lunch. And for dinner, join them for Bermuda’s best tapas, wines by the glass and cocktails. TRAVELER CHARTERS BERMUDA Tel: 705-6326 Website: travelerbermuda.com
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Dine aboard! It is hard to imagine something more idyllic than enjoying an amazing meal paired with cocktails whilst aboard a classic 50-foot motor yacht that’s anchored in the calm, aqua-blue waters of a tropical island cove. For those seeking a truly incredible gastronomic adventure, Traveler Charters offers something unique as one of Bermuda’s best dining experiences. The Traveler Dine Aboard service is perfect for intimate celebrations, corporate entertaining and romantic pleasure boating. They offer some of Bermuda’s best culinary expertise in delivering anything from catered gourmet buffets to their very popular chef’s table. Contact them today to plan yours! WAHOO’S BISTRO & PATIO 36 Water St., St. George’s Tel: 297-1307 Website: wahoos.bm
Wahoo’s Bistro & Patio is centrally located in the heart of St. George’s and boasts panoramic views of the harbour. It offers a wide range of menu choices guaranteed to satisfy any picky eater, from the famous locally caught fish items — including wahoo nuggets, rockfish Picasso and, of course, the awardwinning fish chowder — to the delicious schnitzel sandwich and the ever-changing pasta special. Bring your family for a nice relaxing meal or come for a romantic dinner overlooking the moonlit harbour. visitbermudanow.com
DINING & NIGHTLIFE WASHINGTON MALL RESTAURANTS Church and Reid Streets, Hamilton Tel: 295-4186 Website: washingtonmall.bm Facebook: facebook.com/washingtonmallbda
Hungry? Washington Mall, in the heart of Hamilton, has a wide variety of dining options to suit all tastes and budgets. For a full dining experience, head to La Trattoria, one of the longest-standing Italian restaurants in Bermuda; or Beluga Bar, the upscale seafood and sushi restaurant with an innovative Asian-inspired menu. Alternatively, The Cottage Bistro or Chatterbox make the perfect meeting spots for breakfast or lunch. In addition, Delicious also has a variety of options to suit the whole family. If it’s a sweet treat you’re after, Glaze Bakery or Crow Lane Express or a mouth-watering treat from Duch Pops are sure to satisfy.
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WHITE HORSE PUB & RESTAURANT 8 King’s Square, St. George’s Tel: 297-1838
Rated No. 1 for a fun, local culinary experience and award winners for the top three employers of Bermuda in 2021/2022. This award-winning waterside restaurant continues to be the centre of attention on the island. With authentic local dishes, fun and creative cocktails, amazing ambience and spectacular water views plus live entertainment and theme nights, it’s the place to be. Their friendly staff strive to make everyone’s dining experience just that: an “Experience to remember.” Open seven days a week. Enjoy their Sunday Brunch and late nights with Bermuda’s best DJ. WONG’S GOLDEN DRAGON RESTAURANT 13 York St., St. George’s Tel: 297-0408 Website: wongsgoldendragonbda.com
Wong’s Golden Dragon Restaurant offers the most captivating, high-quality Chinese takeout food in the Town of St. George. The distinguished chef, Chunlee Wong, serves a fusion of Szechuan, Thai, Malaysian and Cantonesestyle food, providing a rich pageant of the foremost seafood, meat and vegetarian meals. Check out their lunch and seasonal specials and their party-to-go menu. Open Monday through Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
YOURS TRULY 2 Chancery Lane, Hamilton Tel: 295-0429
Yours Truly provides a unique experience unlike any other in Bermuda. Their dedicated bartenders create hand-crafted cocktails using house-made syrups, bitters, infused liquors, fresh-pressed juices and hand-carved ice. Yours Truly offers a playful, seasonally changing cocktail menu, craft beers and boutique wines. With its comfortable, low-lit room, reminiscent of a 1920s style speakeasy, Yours Truly allows you to enjoy table service and features bartenders who are happy to create your own bespoke cocktail should you take Dealer’s Choice. Yours Truly will suit both classic and contemporary tastes alike. Look for the red door on Chancery Lane, ring the bell and enjoy your cocktail.
We’ve gathered everything you need to plan your stay, but please note that closures and cancellations may occur. Business and restaurant hours are also subject to change due to COVID-19 protocols, so be sure to confirm your reservation details directly with the restaurant. We encourage you to always follow the established protocols before, during and after travelling. For more information, visit gov.bm/coronavirus-travellers.
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DINING & NIGHTLIFE Fort Hamilton
The Cabinet Building Flag Pole No.1 Dock
9 Parishes Authentic Rum Swizzle
Royal Naval Dockyard
Ana Luna Catamaran
Grotto Bay Beach Resort
Anchor Restaurant, Bar & Lounge
1 Freeport Road
Royal Naval Dockyard
The Reefs Hotel & Club
Astwood Arms, The
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Aurora at Newstead Belmont Hills Resort
27 Harbour Road
Bermuda Bistro at The Beach
103 Front Street
Blû Bar & Grill
97 Middle Road
Caddy Shack Bar & Grill
Bermuda Fun Golf
Royal Naval Dockyard
Coco Reef Resort Restaurants
3 Stonington Circle, South Road
The Reefs Hotel & Club
Flanagan’s Irish Pub & Outback Sports Bar
69 Front Street
Fourways Inn & Restaurant
1 Middle Road
96 Pitts Bay Road
House of India
58A North Street
North of I1
61 Pitts Bay Road
60 Tucker’s Point Drive
23 Washington Lane
32 Bermudiana Road
Lobster Pot Restaurant and Boathouse Bar
6 Bermudiana Road
32 Bermudiana Road
87 Front Street
Pink Beach Club at The Loren
116 South Road
Port O’ Call
87 Front Street
Ruby Murrys Indian Cuisine
2 Chancery Lane
Speciality Cinema & Grill
12 Church Street
4 South Road
3 Blue Hole Hill
Temptations Café & Coffee Bar
18 Wellington Street
10 Dundonald Street
Tobacco Bay Beach Club
1 Coot Pond Road
Wahoo’s Bistro & Patio
36 Water Street
Washington Mall Restaurants
Church & Reid Streets
White Horse Pub & Restaurant
8 King's Square
Wong’s Golden Dragon Restaurant
13 York Street
2 Chancery Lane
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