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Bermuda Department of Tourism Global House, 43 Church Street Bermuda HM Department of Tourism Hamilton 12 Bermuda Global House, 43 Church Street Hamilton HM 12 Bermuda
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Dear Visitor, Dear Visitor, On behalf of the Government and the people of am Government thrilled to welcome of our OnBermuda behalf ofI the and theallpeople visitors to our Island paradise. of Bermuda I am thrilled to welcome all of our visitors to our Island paradise. With breathtaking pink-sand beaches, iridescent turquoise waters and friendly beaches, people, our tropical With breathtaking pink-sand iridescent retreat will seduce your senses and bring new turquoise waters and friendly people, our tropical meaning to seduce the word “vacation”. retreat will your senses and bring new meaning to the word “vacation”. However, Bermuda is more than just beautiful beaches and great scenery, we are alsoBermuda an islandiswith a thriving a rich history an scenery, However, more than justculture, beautiful beaches andand great abundance of activities to keep you entertained during your stay. we are also an island with a thriving culture, a rich history and an abundance of activities to keep you entertained during your stay. Over the years we have been very fortunate to host some internationally recognised events the been Bermuda Festival, thesome Newport Bermuda Over the years we –have very Music fortunate to host internationally Yacht Race, the Argo Group Gold Cup, the World Rugby Classic, and recognised events – the Bermuda Music Festival, the Newport Bermuda the PGA Grand Slam of Golf. Yacht Race, the Argo Group Gold Cup, the World Rugby Classic, and the PGA Grand Slam of Golf. During your stay, I encourage you to take in all that our Island has to offer. addition visiting our historical attractions or Island soakinghas uptosome DuringInyour stay, to I encourage you to take in all that our fun on our pink sand beaches, I hope you have an opportunity to offer. In addition to visiting our historical attractions or soaking upenjoy some some ourpink premier a little golf,to visit one fun onofour sand shopping beaches, Iestablishments, hope you have play an opportunity enjoy of our renowned spas, or spend an evening in one of our many fine some of our premier shopping establishments, play a little golf, visit one restaurants. of our renowned spas, or spend an evening in one of our many fine restaurants. However you choose to enjoy your Bermuda vacation, I am certain you will have ayou memorable However choose toexperience. enjoy your Bermuda vacation, I am certain you will have a memorable experience. Once again, it is my pleasure to welcome you to Bermuda. I trust you will have a wonderful stay, andtowe look forward welcoming youyou back Once again, it is my pleasure welcome you to to Bermuda. I trust to our shores very soon. will have a wonderful stay, and we look forward to welcoming you back to our shores very soon. Sincerely, Sincerely,
The Hon. Patrice K. Minors, JP, MP Minister Business Development The Hon.ofPatrice K. Minors, JP, MPand Tourism Minister of Business Development and Tourism
TABLE OF CONTENTS Message from the Minister of Tourism................................ 4 Essentials................................................................................. 8 Message from the Mayor of Hamilton................................. 4 Calendar of Events.................................................................12 Water Sports...........................................................................24 In the Arts...............................................................................26 Business...................................................................................35 Heritage Matters.................................................................... 36 Do You Know.........................................................................38 Shopping.................................................................................40 Golf..........................................................................................60 Dockyard to St. George’s........................................................64 Your Table is Ready................................................................. 76 Shake It Up.............................................................................92 What’s Cooking Bermuda.....................................................94 Fold Out Maps . . . City of Hamilton ........................................................... after 48 Map of Bermuda ............................................................ after 64 On The Cover . . . Port Royal Golf Course The Team . . . Publisher:
Bermuda Directories Limited Candice Pitcher e: firstname.lastname@example.org General Manager: Horst Augustinovic e: email@example.com Production: Peter Marsh e: firstname.lastname@example.org Accounts: Equilla Rawlins e: email@example.com Printers: Kirkwood Printing, Wilmington, MA, USA Design & Concept Peter Marsh, Candice Pitcher Photography Candice Pitcher, various contributing Photographers Writers: Candice Pitcher, Roger Crombie, Charles Zuill, Horst Augustinovic, Barry Cohen, Greg Stenzel, Dr. Edward Cecil Harris Style Editors: Peter Marsh, Candice Pitcher, Horst Augustinovic, Equilla Rawlins Offices Address: 13 Addendum Lane, Pembroke HM 07 Mailing: P.O. Box HM 937, Hamilton HM DX, Bermuda Telephone: 441-295-1189 Fax: 441-295-3445 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.thisweek.bm Editor:
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ESSENTIALS We have compiled some important information, telephone numbers and contacts which could be of use to our visitors. If you have comments or suggestions, please contact email@example.com or call 295-1189 In an Emergency… Ambulance, Fire, Police & Marine Rescue...................................................................... 911 Emergency Services KEMH Hospital............................................................................................... 236-2345 KEMH Emergency Dept................................................................................ 239-2009 Police Stations Central............................................................................................................... 295-0011 Somerset............................................................................................................ 234-1010 Southside........................................................................................................... 293-2222 Health & Medical Services Bermuda Allergy & Asthma Relief Centre.................................................. 292-9258 Alcoholics Anonymous.................................................................................. 297-0965 Bermuda Diabetes Association................................................................................292-1595* Bermuda Red Cross........................................................................................ 236-8253 * If you have Diabetes and have left your supplies at home, you can call the Diabetes Centre at King Edward VII Hospital. 239-2027 for assistance. Visitor Information Centres (VIC) Royal Naval Dockyard............................................................................ 238-4842 Hamilton....................................................................................................295-1480 St. George’s.................................................................................................297-1423 Airlines Bermuda is served by major airlines with daily flights from New York, Toronto, Boston, Philadelphia and Atlanta. The following are telephone contact numbers: Air Canada – Flight information.....................................................................293-1777 American Airlines – Flight information.........................................................293-1556. British Airways – Airport Customer Service.................................................293-1944 Continental Airlines – Flight information.....................................................293-3092 Delta Air Lines Flight information.................................................................293-1024 Jet Blue Tel...........................................................................................................293-3754 U.S. Airways – Flight information...................................................................293-3073 USA3000 – All information.................................................................1-877-872-3000 West Jet - General Information....................................... 1-888-937-8538 CREDIT & DEBIT CARD EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS HSBC BERMUDA Lost/Stolen EasyLink or Credit Cards: During Business Hours: 299-5518 Lost/Stolen Credit Cards Outside Business Hours: 1 (800) 556-LOST BUTTERFIELD BANK Report lost or stolen credit cards (9:00am – 5:00pm) – 299-3800 or call collect 1-402-222-3600 CAPITAL G MasterCard: 1-812-647-9794 Visa: 1-800-336-8472 Government Transportation BUSES The Central Bus Terminal is located on Washington Street, Hamilton. For information, schedules, and to report lost and found call 292-3851 |www.BermudaBuses.bm Ferries Government Ferries operate out of Hamilton. Tokens can be purchased at the Ferry Terminal on Front Street just west of the Birdcage. For information, schedules or to report lost and found call 295-4506 | www.seaexpress.bm Transportation passes are valid for both bus and ferry services.
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Welcome to the City of Hamilton It is my honor, as the Mayor, to welcome you to the City of Hamilton, one of the smallest cities in the world, rich in history, culture and heritage. The original Town of Hamilton was incorporated by an Act of the Bermuda Legislature in 1793. Located in a sheltered harbour in the central and largest parish, Pembroke, it was named in honour of the then Governor, Captain Henry Hamilton. The town quickly became the capital of Bermuda when the seat of Government was transferred from St. George’s in 1815. Following the completion of the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, situated some 400 yards east of the present City Hall, the status of City was conferred upon the Town of Hamilton in 1897 to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Victoria. The City of Hamilton has a resident population of about 1,100 and an estimated daytime population of approximately 13,340 (40% of Bermuda’s working population). This number increases significantly when tourists are added to the equation. In addition to the excellent cuisine that can be found in the city’s many varied restaurants, the shopping is easy and the historic sites are a must see. I can attest to the fact that Hamilton is a delightful capital to get around on foot. Measuring about a quarter square mile, the entire area can be walked in about 30 minutes however, exploring, discovering and enjoying the sites, both historic and new, can take hours, maybe even days. Anyone wishing to explore the City in depth can participate in the Walkway of History tour that was created as part of Bermuda’s 400th Anniversary, in 2009. Plaques have been installed in the sidewalk at various points along the route to identify important sites of architectural, social, cultural or historical significance in the City. This selfguided tour starts and ends on Church Street in front of the City Hall, and enables the pedestrian to learn about the history of the city and may be taken as a whole or in parts. Some of the sights to discover include: City Hall Opened in 1960, the building is of traditional Bermuda architecture with a Scandinavian influence in respect of the tower. Last year we celebrated the building’s 50th anniversary by reproducing a number of activities that took place at the opening, including inviting some of the workers who helped with the construction. City Hall’s amenities include a theatre, two galleries housing the Bermuda National Gallery and the Bermuda Society of Arts, the Mayor’s Parlour, and the administrative offices of the City of Hamilton. Victoria Park Bandstand Painstakingly dismantled, refurbished and reassembled in 2009 the Victorian Bandstand was originally shipped to Bermuda in 1888 to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee in June 1887. Wesley Square A purpose built recreational area officially opened in July 2009 to commemorate the men and women who in 1959, with bravery, tenacity and a vision for a better Bermuda staged a peaceful theatre boycott and protested for equality, freedom and the end to segregation. City Parks There are four large public parks within the City of Hamilton that are open to the general public between 8am to sunset every day. They are: Fort Hamilton, Barr’s Bay Park, Par-la-Ville Park and my favorite Victoria Park. Again, welcome to Hamilton, Bermuda at it best. For more information visit www. cityofhamilton.bm.
GRAND SLAM OF GOLF OCT 17-19
2010 Winner Ernie Els Who will be our 2011 Champion? PGA GRAND SLAM OF GOLF October 17- 19 Port Royal Golf Course Southampton The PGA Grand Slam of Golf is the season-ending showcase of the year’s 4 Major Champions. The 2011 competitors are Charl Schwartzel (Masters), Rory Mcilroy (U.S. Open), Darren Clark (Open Championship, Keegan Bradley (PGA Championship). For the third year in a row, the PGA Grand Slam of Golf will be held at Bermuda’s beautiful Port Royal Golf Course, featuring a $1.35 million purse, with the winner receiving $600,000; second place $300,000; third place $250,000; and fourth place $200,000. The PGA of America partners with the Fairmont Southampton Resort to provide visitors with vacation packages built around the Grand Slam fan experience. Port Royal is a public golf course. Between the pros’ tee times the spectacularly beautiful course is available to any visitor who wants to play. Visit www.portroyalgolf.bm for more information or to book a tee time. Info: For ticket information and a complete list of special events during the PGA visit www.portroyalgolf.bm *See the Sports section on page 20 for Golf events across the island.
October Highlights...........................................................12 Cultural Events..................................................................14 Cultural Tours....................................................................14 Art Exhibitions & Events....................................................15 Sports Events......................................................................20 Live Entertainment & Happy Hour ................................20 Mind Sports, Rotary & Lions Clubs..................................22 October is breast cancer AWARENESS month! October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Join in the fun with a lineup of exciting events and help spread awareness. Info: For information on all events listed please visit www.cancer.bm or call 441 236 1001 Girls Night In October 1 - 31, Where ever & When ever you choose Set a date and get a group of girlfriends together. Celebrate however you wish and together donate what you would have spent during a night out on the town to the Bermuda Cancer & Health Centre. Official Launch of Breast Cancer Awareness Month October 3, City Hall, Church Street, Hamilton Join the Minister of Health as October is declared Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Hear the latest medical news from Bermuda Hospital’s Board and learn about the
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Come out & watch the worlds top 4 golfers compete! Monday, October 17th - Pro/Am Tuesday, October 18th - Grand Slam, Day One Wednesday October 19th - Grand Slam, Day Two
numerous events hosted by Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All are welcome; gifts and event calendars will be given away. City Hall, 12:00noon Faces of Breast Cancer in Bermuda October 4, City Hall, Church Street, Hamilton This unique display puts local faces to Breast Cancer. View pictures of Bermuda’s courageous men and women and experience their journey in their own words. This display will be on exhibit for the month of October. City Hall hours, 9am – 5pm 15th Annual Breast Cancer Fun Walk October 12, Barr’s Bay Park, Pembroke (Rain Date October 17) Mark your calendars and come walk with us in the 15th Annual Breast Cancer Fun Walk. The walk starts at 6pm. Survivor celebration, 6:45pm Denim Day October 21, Island Wide What do your jeans say about you? Join Bermuda Cancer and Health Centre on Denim Day. It is as simple as making a donation and wearing jeans. Friday Night Fish Fry October 21, Christ Church, Warwick A fish supper for you and your family, tickets $20 p.p., eat in or take out. www.cancer. bm for ticket locations SUNSET CRUISE ABOARD THE ANA LUNA ‘Sail, Snorkle & Swim + Sunset’ Tuesday, Thursday and Sundays departing four hours befpre sunset. $75pp. Gloworm Cruise October 14, 15, departing one hour before sunset. $65 pp. ‘New’ Wine Tasting Cruise Every Friday, departing two hours before sunset, wine tasting & appetizers. $75pp. *Call to confirm departure times and reserve space 441 504 3780. 21st ANNUAL ROUND THE SOUND SWIM October 16, 10:00am, Harrington Sound, Hamilton Parish 10K, 7.25K, 4K, 2K, 0.8K Info: www.aquamoonadventures.com Beating Retreat Ceremonies October 5: King’s Square, Town of St. George October 26: Front Street, City of Hamilton Info: Visitor Information Centre, tel 441 295 1480, 441 238 4842 or 441 287 1423 BUEI Glow Worm Cruises October 13, 14, Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, Pembroke Bermuda’s fireworm or glow worm produces bioluminescent displays during its mating activities. Info: tel 441 292 7219 or 441 292 7314, www.buei.org Historical Heartbeats Lecture Series October 5, 7:00pm, Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, Pembroke This month’s topic, “Designing Bermuda’s Tourist Boom: A Study in Black and White”. Speaker, Dr. Duncan McDowell, University Historian, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario. Info: tel 441 292 1681 or website www.communityandculture.bm BERMUDA FOLK CLUB - Canadian Night October 8, Spanish Point Boat Club, Spanish Point, Pembroke Talented local guitarists and musicians sing their own humorous and satirical songs. All are welcome to play. Info: tel 441 291 2070, www.folkclub.bm
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One of Bermuda’s Finest Sports Bars We feature all Euro and North American Sports shown on 6 flat screen TV’s,so come have a cold one and cheer your team to victory. (NFL, NBA, NHL, FIFA, MBA, EPL, SPL, IRB, FI, NASCAR)
Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo Activities Daily, Bermuda Aquarium, Flatts Village Discovery Room Daily, 9:00am - 4:00pm, hands-on kids activities. Animal Storytelling Fridays, 11:15am ages 2 - 3 & 4:14pm ages 5 - 7 BAMZ Tours Daily 10:00am Seal Feedings Daily 9:00am 1:30pm & 4:00pm. Meet resident seals, Charlotte, Calico, Ariel & Pebbles. Info: Adults $10, children 5 – 12 $5, seniors $5, tel 441 293 2727, website www.bamz.org BERMUDA NIGHTS October 1, 15, Barrs Bay Pak Showcasing Bermuda’s best local entertainers, Bermuda Nights is the ultimate outdoor music event that offers a true Bermudian experience. Info: www.GoToBermuda.com HANDS ON CRAFT AT THE Bermuda Craft Market Thursdays & Sundays, 1:00pm – 4:00pm, Bermuda Craft Market, Royal Naval Dockyard (Open Late when Ship is in post over night)Create your own artistic memories , interactive demonstrations with local artists, fun art creations and lighthearted discussions about Bermuda’s historic Gombey dolls. Info: 441 234 3208 Carter House of St. David’s Saturdays, 3 Southside Road, St. David’s Historic St. David’s 17th Century House showcasing St. David’s people. Info: $2, call before visiting, tel 441 293 5960
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Taste of Bermuda Fridays & Saturdays, 1:30pm - 3:30pm, Bermuda Craft Market Taste local jams, pepper jams , BBQ sauces, cookies, cakes ,swizzle, ginger beer , locally brewed beers (lagers, ales and stouts) and rum drinks. Live music & watch artists, authors in store to demonstrations. Info: Free, tel 441 234 3208 CULTURAL TOURS Bermuda Lectures & Tours Daily Tours Across the Island Tim Rogers, local historian and naturalist provides individuals, families and groups the opportunity to see beyond Bermuda’s famed beauty both natural and built. Tours are privately arranged to take you to historic and or natural areas to suit your ability, interest, time allocation and budget. Info: tel 441 234 4082 or 441 238 0344, website www.walk.10.free.bm
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15 Famous Homes & Hideaways Sightseeing Cruise Daily Tours through Hamilton Harbour and Royal Naval Dockyard Cruise into exclusive neighborhoods known as’ Millionaire’s Row and see the ‘Homes of the Rich & Famous’. Discover tranquil island hideaways and learn about the Island’s past and present, flora, fauna and marine life. Info: $45 per person, Consort Cruises, tel 441 234 2193 Byways Bermuda Tours Daily Tours Across the Island Every tour includes short walks, activities, full commentary, refreshments and photo opportunities. Children are only taken on the Family Fun tours. There are several tours to meet your needs. Info: tel 441 504 8687, website www.bywaysbermuda.com Tours of Parliament Sessions House, Parliament Street, City of Hamilton Tour the Sessions House, the building currently housing the House of Assembly and the Supreme Court and learn about the powerful role Parliament plays in Bermuda. Morning 10:30am – 12:00pm, Afternoon Tours 2:30pm – 3:30pm. Tours are not available when the house is in session on Fridays. When the House is on Summer break, Friday’s tours will be available. Info: Free. Sessions House, 21 Parliament St. Hamilton Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences Tour Wednesdays, 10:00am, BIOS, 17 Biological Station Ferry Reach, St. George’s Tour groups explore the laboratories and meet some of our scientists and students. Info: Free. Tel 441 297 1880 ext. 204 or www.bios.edu ART EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS Crisson & Hind Fine Art Gallery Daily, 10:00am - 5:00pm, Crisson Building, Front Street, City of Hamilton Crisson & Hind specializes in the work of the Shona people of Zimbabwe, specifically a group called the ‘Fine Artists’. Most of the work is abstract, called the ‘Creations’ art movement, however since the 1980’sk, a seperate group of superb artist craftsmen have evolved in Harare and Chitungwiza. They carve exquisite heads, full length figures and almost all of the African animals as single studies and intricate, dynamic groups. About 50 of them can truly be called Masters, as they have all of the attributes of World Class Continued on page 18
PRICELESS ARTEFACTS RECOVERED FROM THE SEA
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BUEI BERMUDA UNDERWATER EXPLORATION INSTITUTE
Open 7 days a week. 364 days a year (Closed Christmas Day)
Featuring two ﬂoors of interactive exhibits that reveal the mysteries of the ocean around Bermuda and the world.
Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm. Saturday and Sunday 10am - 5pm. Last admission at 4pm.
Shells, Shipwrecks and an inspiring collection of artefacts can be seen at this unique attraction.
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We are so glad that you are here and hope that you’ll enjoy some of the many FREE activities designed to enhance your adventures around our beautiful island.
FEATURING SOME OF BERMUDA’S BEST LIVE ENTERTAINERS LOCATION: Barr’s Bay Park, Pitt’s Bay Road DATES: Saturdays September 3, 17 and October 1,15 TIME: 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
ROYAL NAVAL DOCKYARD SUNDAYS LIVE AT SNORKEL PARK BEACH LOCATION: Snorkel Park Beach OPENING HOURS: 9:00 am – 3:00 am LIVE ENTERTAINMENT: 12 noon – 4:00 pm DATES: Every Sunday until October 30
LOCAL BEER AND RUM TASTINGS WITH CROWN & ANCHOR DEMONSTRATIONS LOCATION: Frog & Onion TIME: 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm LOCAL BEER AND RUM TASTINGS DATES: Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday until October 31 CROWN & ANCHOR DEMONSTRATION DATES: Every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday until October 31
ROYAL NAVAL NIGHTS IN DOCKYARD LOCATION: Royal Naval Dockyard TIME: 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm DATES: Every Monday until October 24
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CITY OF HAMILTON GOMBEY SATURDAYS IN THE PARK LOCATION: Par-la-Ville Park (entrance on Queen Street) DATES: Every Saturday until October 29 LIVE ENTERTAINMENT: 12:00 noon – 12:30 pm GOMBEY PERFORMANCE: 12:30 pm – 12:50 pm
BERMUDA NATIONAL GALLERY FINE ART TOUR TOUR DATE: Every Thursday year round LOCATION: City Hall & Arts Centre, Church Street TOUR: 10:30 am – 11:30 am GALLERY OPEN: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, Monday – Friday: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm, Saturday Note: For additional details and tour confirmation, contact 295-9428.
KARAOKE NIGHT AT SHINE’S HOUSE OF MUSIC LOCATION: 91 Reid Street Extension DATES: Every Thursday until October 27 TIME: 9:00 pm – 12:00 midnight
ST. GEORGE’S PARISH ST. GEORGE’S WALKING TOUR LOCATION: Town Hall, Town of St. George DATES: Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday until October 27 TIME: 10:30 am – 11:30 am
SIZZLING TUESDAYS AT GOMBEYS RESTAURANT LOCATION: Clearwater Beach, St. David’s Island DATE: Every Tuesday until October 25 TIME: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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18 Sculptors. They have the consummate ability to make the hard, beautiful Zimbabwean stone live and breathe. Info: Free. Crisson & Hind Fine Art Gallery, tel 441 295 1117, email dusty@ northrock.bm or website www.crissonandhind.com Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art Masterworks, Botanical Gardens, Paget Charman Prize, Charman Prize Exhibit in the Main Gallery. Local artists competed for a $10,000 grand prize. Theme of competition this year was “Bermuda Inspirations and an extraordinary array of talent is on display. Not to be missed! “Back to the Drawing Board” - Exhibit of paintings and drawings from the Permanent Collection will be on display in the Rick Faries Gallery. Mon - Saturday, 10am - 4pm. October 27, Artist in Residence Slideshow, 5:30pm - 7pm. Joseph Betty / Gumba will showcase his works and talk about his plans for his residency while on the island. $5 admission, free for members October 29 - Super Saturday, FREE Halloween themed arts & crafts for the whole family from 10am - 2pm. Kindly sponsored by Montpelier Re. Gallery Hours: Monday - Saturday 10:00am - 4:00pm Info: $5; free for members and children under the age of 12 years. Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, tel 441 236 2950, email firstname.lastname@example.org or website www.bermudamasterworks.com Bermuda National Gallery - EXHIBITIONS Monday - Saturday, City Hall & Arts Centre, Church Street, City of Hamilton On Screen: Global Intimacy Curated by Tumelo Mosaka and organized by Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, features 5 films by international artists, which focus on topical, global issues of the day. Re-Interpreting the European Collection This exhibition juxtaposes historical artwork with contemporary responses by local and international artists. New Acquisition Highlights 2007-2011 This exhibition showcases many of the artworks acquired by the Bermuda National Gallery in the last four years featuring early portraiture to contemporary photography, as well as ceramics, craft, textiles, and sculpture. Please join us in celebrating the BNGs growing permanent collections. William Collieson - A Retrospective This exhibition traces the career of a reputable local artist who challenges the distinction between art objects and every day objects. Inspired by Duchamp, Johns and Rauschenberg, Collieson’s art is based on the conviction that “art and life, although unequivocally not the same, are indivisible.” Fine Art Tour Thursdays, 10:30am - 11:30am, A team of docents (gallery tour guides) are professionally trained for each exhibition at the BNG. Tours on other days or for special groups may be prearranged. Please contact Lisa Howie at 441 295 9428. Gallery Hours: Monday - Friday 10:00am - 4:00pm and Saturdays 10:00am-2:00pm Info: Free. tel 441 295 9428, or website www.bng.bm Bermuda Society of Arts - Exhibitions City Hall & Arts Centre, City of Hamilton, Pembroke The Bermuda Society of Arts (BSoA) is the oldest established arts organisation in Bermuda. Originally known as the “Society of Artists in Bermuda”, it was formed in 1952 by 25 enthusiasts. Each studio offers a different exhibit. There is something for everyone. Check the website or call 441 292 3824 and find out more about workshops offered. Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday, 10:00am – 4:00pm. Saturdays, 10:00am – 2:00pm. Sundays & Pulbic Holidays: Closed Info: Free. tel 441 292 3824, website www.bsoa.bm THE windjammer II gallery Daily, Fairmont Hamilton Princess, Pembroke Bermuda’s newest art gallery, located in the shopping arcade of the Hamilton Fairmont Princess Hotel. Stop in and meet resident artist Christopher Grimes and on Sundays Emma Ingham Dounouk. Info: 441 295 1783, www.windjammer2.com Continued on page 20
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KELLY DIEL Kelly Diel is a Bermudian Seaglass Artist. All of the Seaglass Kelly uses is found on Bermuda’s Beaches and then transformed into unique pieces of jewellery, wire wrapped in Sterling Silver or 14Kgf (gold filled) wire with Austrian crystals, lotus pearls and seed beads. Kelly can be found every Friday at the Bermuda Craft Market, Royal Naval Dockyard and at her studio in St. George’s ‘Seaglass’ located at #2 Long House, Penno’s Wharf the rest of the week. She has been associated with the Bermuda Craft Market for 14 years.
The Bermuda CrafT markeT aT dOCkYard Where you will find find a selection of original and diverse Bermuda Crafts ideal for a special present or simply for your own gift collection. It is now operated by the Craft Artists who display and demonstrate their works in this rustic and historical setting
You can find handcrafted: Candles; Cedar; Ceramics; Christmas Ornaments; Decorative Painting; Decoupage; Dolls; Gems; Seaglass; Jewellery; Needlework; Quilts; Wearable Art; Wickerwork; Soap; Antique Books, Prints, Maps; Bermuda Sand Sculptures; Banana Leaf Dolls; Bermuda Honey, Jams and Preserves.
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20 Bermuda Art Center At Dockyard - Exhibitions Daily, Bermuda Art Center At Dockyard, Royal Navakl Dockyard Exhibits of original artwork by local artists. Gallery Hours: 11:00am - 5:00pm Info: Free. tel 441 234 2809 or website www.artbermuda.bm SPORTS Play in the Visitor Tournament and Save on Green Fees! Port Royal Golf Course, 5 Middle Road, Southampton Follow in the footsteps of the world-class golfers who played in 2010 PGA Grand Slam of Golf at Port Royal by participating in our weekly Visitor Tournament--and save on green fees. Tournament Details: Mondays, Tee times are between 8:30am and 12:00pm, Participants receive a discount on green fees, includes a cart. Club rentals are $25--50% off the normal rate Plus, the Tournament participant who finishes with the lowest score receives a certificate and a prize from the pro shop. Prizes will also be awarded for the second and third place winners. Info: Bookings for the tournament should be made directly through Port Royal at www.portroyalgolf.bm or by phone at441 234 0974. Play GOLF WHERE THE LOCALS PLAY Ocean View Golf Course, 2 Barkers Hill, Devonshire Ocean View Golf Course is known island wide for its quality servce and friendly atmosphere. With resonable rates, a fully stocked pro shop, restaurant, bar, catering, discounts for groups (9 and 18 holes) you can’t go wrong! Call today and play where the locals play! Info: tel 441 295 9093, pro shop 441 295 9092, email firstname.lastname@example.org or website www.oceanview.bm YES GOLF TOURNAMENT October 7, Belmont Hills Golf Resort & Spa, Paget The ‘YES’ Golf Classic is one of the Chamber of Commerce’s largest fund-raising events during the year, and is always a big draw for the golfers. Open to all levels of golfers, the day includes a continental breakfast, lunch on the course, and following play, a cocktail reception plus a raffle. Info: Stacey Madeiros-Cooke at email@example.com. ARGO GOLD CUP October 4 - 9, Royal Bermuda Yacht Club & Hamilton Harbour Access to viewing areas at the RBYC is open to the public. Commentary is broadcast around the view area so spectators know what’s happening out on the water. Info: 441 295 2214 or www.rbyc.bm RenaissanceRe Junior Gold Cup October 4 - 9, Royal Bermuda Yacht Club & Hamilton Harbour Featuring youth sailors from around the world competing in the Optimist dinghy. Info: 441 295 2214 or www.rbyc.bm Family Festival of Sail October 9, Barr’s Bay Park and the RBYC 10 - 4pm open to the public. Info: 441 295 2214 or www.rbyc.bm Walking Club of Bermuda Sundays, 7:00am, average distance: 6-7 miles unless distance noted The start location is always in the main parking area at any listed start point. Refreshments are provided at the end of each walk. October 2, Harrington Sound School (across from dock), Smiths October 9, A-1 grocery, Valley Road,Paget October 16, Church Bay, Southampton October 23, Spittal Pond, Western Entrance, Smith’s October 30, Arboretum, Montpelier Road, Devonshire Info: www. http:walk.free.bm LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & HAPPY HOUR Salsa Mania Latin Night Out Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays Mondays - Bone Fish Bar & Grill Tuesdays - Grotto Bay Beach Resort Wednesdays - Moon Nightclub & Lounge Thursdays - The Cellar Fridays - Latin Restaurant (Rumbar) Sundays - Bone Fish Bar & Grill - Dine Info: tel 441 337 2267 or website www.bermudasalsa.com
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21 Frog & Onion LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays Happy Hour & Live Entertainment 1:30pm - 3:30pm Beer & Rum Sample Shack 3:30pm - 5:30pm Learn to play Crown & Anchor with Froggie 3:30pm - 7:30pm Happy Hour & Live Entertainment 5:30pm - 9:30pm Tuesdays & Saturdays Happy Hour & Live Entertainment 1:30 - 3:30pm Beer & Rum Sample Shack 2:00pm - 4:00pm Fridays Happy Hour & Live Entertainment 1:30pm - 3:30pm Beer & Rum Tasting 1:30pm - 3:30pm Bon Voyage Fridays 1:30pm - 3:30pm Sundays Marshall of Magic 1:00pm - 4:00pm Happy Hour & Live Entertainment 1:30pm - 3:30pm Beer & Rum Tasting 1:30pm - 3:30pm Taste of Bermuda ‘Calypso’ Sundays 1:30pm - 3:30pm Happy Hour & Live Entertainment 5:30pm - 9:30pm Info: www.frogandonion.bm Lemon Tree Cafe - Happy Hour Every Friday 5:00pm - 9:00pm, 7 Queen Street, City of Hamilton Dance to the DJ’s disco-style tunes or to sit and chat in the outdoor lounge overlooking Par-La-Ville Park. Info: Free. Lemon Tree Cafe, tel 441 292 0235 Hamilton Princess Every Friday 5:00pm - 9:00pm, 76 Pitts Bay Road, Pembroke Weekly waterfront happy hour overlooking Hamilton Harbour. Rain or shine, come greet old friends and meet new ones all summer long! Info: Free. Hamilton Princess, tel 441 295 3000 Chewstick Neo-Griot Lounge - EVENTS Corner of Court Street & Elliot Street, City of Hamilton Chew Slam, Spoken Word Poetry Club Saturdays, 2:00pm - 4:00pm Open Mic Jam Session Sundays, 9:00pm - 12:00pm Info: www.chewstick.org Continued on page 22
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22 MIND SPORTS, LION’S & ROTARY CLUBS Bermuda Quilter’s Guild October 6, 20, Peace Lutheran Church Hall, South Road, Paget Join our local quilters at their regular meetings and learn new techniques and styles. All are welcome. Info: tel 441 236-9956 Bermuda Bridge Club Games Bermuda Bridge Club, Pomander Road, Paget The Bermuda Bridge Club runs regular bridge games that are open to anyone including visitors. Game times: Mondays 12:30pm & 7:30pm, Wednesdays 9:30am & 7:30pm , (under 100 points), Thursdays 7:30pm, (under 300 points), Fridays 7:30pm Info: $10 per game for non-members. see www.bermudabridge.com ROTARY CLUBS Info: - David Sullivan, Past District Governor, Tel 441 295 1292 Pembroke Rotary Club - Thursdays at 7:30am, Breakfast, The Royal Bermuda Yacht Club, 15 Point Pleasant Road, Hamilton Hamilton Rotary Club - Tuesdays at 12:30pm, Lunch, The Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club, Mangroville, 26 Pomander Road, Paget St. George’s Rotary Club - Mondays at 6:30pm, Dinner, Grotto Bay Beach Resort in the Hibiscus Room, 11 Blue Hole Hill, Bailey’s Bay Sandy’s Rotary Club - Wednesdays at 6:30pm, Dinner, Henry V111 69 South Road, Southampton LIONS CLUBS Info: Tel 441 238 0029 Hamilton Lions Club - 2nd Thursday of each month at 6:30pm for a 7:00pm start, The Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club, Mangroville, 26 Pomander Road, Paget Paget Lions Club - 1st Thursday of each month at 7:00pm for a 7:30pm start, Henry V111 69 South Road, Southampton Eastern Lioness Lion Club 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm for a 7:30pm start, Grotto Bay Beach Resort in the Hibiscus Room, 11 Blue Hole Hill, Bailey’s Bay
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WATER SPORTS at grotto bay ANA LUNA ADVENTURES Contact Capt. Nathan, Grotto Bay Beach Resort, ‘Sail, Snorkle & Swim + Sunset’ 441-504-3780 Tuesday, Thursday and Sundays departing four www.analunaadventures. hours befpre sunset. $75pp. com Gloworm Cruise Experience the October 14, 15, departing one hour before sunset. Scenic and Historic Sights $65 pp. of Bermudas Eastern end in Grand Fashion aboard ‘New’ Wine Tasting Cruise ‘Ana Luna’ a 45’ Luxury Every Friday, departing two hours before Catamaran. Ana Luna offers sunset, wine tasting & appetizers. $75pp. both private cruises for *Call to confirm departure times half or full day in addition and reserve space 441 504 3780. to regularly scheduled departures for Snorkeling (Tuesday and Thursday 1 to 5 pm ) and Sunset Cruise (Tuesday and Thursday 5:45 to 8:45 pm ) and Gloworms Viewing (2 and 3 days after full moon ). Ana Luna offers an Extensive Wine and Beer selection and can arrange for catered ‘Ana BQ’ meals served aboard at Anchor in some Pretty Cute Spots... Sail Away to Experience Bermudas Scenic and Historic East End..
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Bermuda National Gallery, Chruch Street, Hamilton
IN THE ARTS art matters
by Charles Zuill
The Bermuda National Gallery’s Autumn Exhibitions. The Bermuda National Gallery is once again hosting four separate exhibitions. They are: Reinterpreting the European Collection, On-Screen: Global Intimacy, A Selection of New Acquisitions and the continuation of the highly popular Will Collieson Retrospective. In 1989, the people of Bermuda were left a significant collection of European old master paintings from the estate of the late Hereward T. Watlington, with the stipulation that it be housed in an appropriately climate controlled and secure environment. The Bermuda National Gallery has been given the responsibility of caring for the collection, which is usually exhibited in the Watlington Room at the BNG. Recently, the BNG curator, Sophie Cressell has been reconsidering how to creatively exhibit the collection and with that in mind, for the 2011 Autumn exhibition, she has invited a selection of local artists to each pick one paintings from this collection and then reinterpret it from the perspective of a 21st century artist. These will then be exhibited along side the original work. The BNG has invited the following artists to participate: James Cooper, Sharon Wilson, Charlie Godet Thomas, Lynn Morrell, Alan Smith, Louisa Flannery and Sunnell van der Westhuysen. On-Screen: Global Intimacy is an exhibition of five art films, curated by Tumelo Mosaka, who, some will recall, was one of the jurors of the 2010 BNG Biennial. OnScreen features five artists from the Caribbean, Africa and the United States whose work attempts to break down assumptions about the transnational reach of globalization as a universalizing phenomenon. The artists’ diverse locations and histories reveal the competing and contradictory claims about globalization as a homogenizing force. The exhibition was organized by the Krannert Art Museum at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and was adapted to accommodate the Bermuda National Gallery. The Bermuda National Gallery art collection has recently been the recipient of quite a large number of new works and a selection from these recent acquisitions are now on show in the New Acquisitions exhibition. Amongst the new works is a portrait painting by Henry Ward, called The Bermudian. Other new acquisitions include: watercolour paintings of by Ethel Tucker, Bessie Gray, Carl Broemel, an abstract, polychromed sculpture in spice wood by Chesley Trott, a silk screen print of Hamilton Harbour by Joe Jones, photographs by Meredith Andrews, James Cooper, John Athill Frith, Frederick Hamilton, John Pfahl and a selection of early coloured glass slides, Continued on page 32
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AUTUMN EXHIBITIONS O P E N Srun E P T to E MNovember B E R 1 , 2 0 130, 1 2011 Exhibitions
ON SCREEN: GLOBAL INTIMACY Curated by Tumelo Mosaka and organized by Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
NEW ACQUISITION HIG HLIG HTS 2007-2011
RE-INTERPRETING THE EUROPEAN COLLECTION WILLIAM COLLIESON: A RETROSPECTIVE
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Interview with Candice Pitcher
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Christopher Grimes | Fine Artist The Windjammer II Gallery
Tucked away down a long winding hall at the Historic Fairmont Hamilton Princess Hotel is a small gallery called The Windjammer II. Pick up a tea or coffee at the hotels café on your way and sit off amongst some of Bermuda’s most beautiful local fine art. Resident Artist Christopher Grimes paints quietly in his studio set up right in the room. Watch carefully as his brush strokes oil paint on canvas and magical scenes come to life. How long have you been painting and what inspired you to start? I started in 1974. A friend painted a portrait of my dog and when I looked closely I discovered it was just little dabs of paint. I thought to myself, “I could do that!”. Painting started as a hobby and when I retired 8 years ago I started to paint more and more. I have been painting full time now for 6 years. What is your medium? I started out painting with oils, tried watercolors, returned to oils, tried acrylic and still returned to oils. Oil paints have a richness and depth, they dry slowly and I find that is a benefit most of the time, especially with my style of painting. There are new acrylic paints available now that are much like oils but I still prefer oils.
Where do you paint? I like to paint in my studio and outside. Painting outside on location is important, it teaches you to work faster, appreciate light and shadow and I have learned many shortcuts and new techniques. I highly recommend painting outside to everyone as a fast track to learning all aspects of painting.. I love the rooster paintings. What inspired you to paint these in particular? Here in Bermuda there are no shortages of roosters. They are really beautiful and colourful to paint. I take my camera and a bag of feed and go out and just snap shots of them, come back to the studio and paint from various photos. You have a lot of Bermuda scenes on small and large canvases. Is this a specialty? My art is based on realism with a focus on history. In particular I paint Bermuda historical scenes. It requires research which I have always enjoyed. For example, the painting of Devonshire Dock is set back in 1900. I went to the dock and took photos of the way it is today and then studied that period’s boats and people. You can see in the painting that the bay was quite shallow then, it has been dredged in more recent times, the boats were made of wood rather than today’s fiberglass and men would gather and drink beer, that aspect hasn’t changed over time though. Some of the smaller canvases are studies of Old Bermuda Houses. If you go to the property today most of the views will be obstructed with trees, shrubs and newer buildings so it’s hard to get the same viewpoint, but research and old photos will show how it used to look. Many artists struggle with finding time to create. What advice can you offer them? Set up an easel in a corner somewhere with some brushes and paint. When you walk by you may stop for just 5 minutes and paint a little. Before you know it 2 or 3 hours will go by. Once you are more committed to a painting, turn off all distractions, phone, computer, etc. It is really important to not allow for interruptions because once you lose your train of thought you might not get it back. I created a group Continued on page 30
Christopher Grimes | Fine Artist The Windjammer II Gallery – Continued
on facebook called “Bermuda Artists”, I encourage Bermuda’s artists to join, speak, learn and ask questions. Back when I was younger we didn’t have social media. Fellow artists weren’t so willing to share information and secrets; it was a very lonely existence being an artist at that time. Today with social media artists are networking and are much more open with one another, sharing ideas. It is very important for artists to put their personalities aside and recognize that we are all different, yet we have a common drive, to produce art. Join groups, feed off other artists energy and be active in the scene. Success doesn’t come over night, there is only one road and it is all about dedication, consistency and especially hard work. Some of the newer artists in Bermuda have some outstanding ideas and messages to convey, by working together and sharing ideas and techniques we can make Bermuda an arts destination for visitors. There is no easy road to success, you need more than to simply want it, you have to give it your all.
spotlight Joseph Betty / Gumba “I AM NOT AN ARTIST..... I AM ART; I ONLY CREATE WHAT I AM”(Gumba) The current Artist in Residence at The Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art is Jamaican born Joseph Betty, aka Gumba, who currently lives and works in Grand Cayman. Joseph is a self-taught painter, and describes his work as what he sees “through the lenses of his imagination”. His works are a mixture of figurative, cubist, surrealist and still life and use bright colours and lines to convey his unique perspective on the world he sees. He attended the Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts in Jamaica where he received his diploma in Jewelry making and designs. Joseph is a facilitator of the National Gallery of the Cayman islands Outreach Programme, and Founding Director of “Colours for Outreach”, an art programme designed for people with physical and mental challenges. Joseph has exhibited in Canada, USA, Bahamas, United Kingdom and numerous exhibitions in the Cayman Islands. Joseph has received the Cayman Islands National Cultural Foundation artist award in 2004 and 2010. Joseph will be living and working in Bermuda from October – December, with an exhibit of his works opening on December 9th at the Masterworks Museum. He will also host a slideshow of his works on October 27th from 5:30pm – 7pm, and workshops (details found at www.bermudamasterworks.com).
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Monday-Saturday | 10:00am - 4:00pm Closed on Public Holidays
museum is accessible with ramps and an elevator.
The Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art is home to an impressive collection of over 1,200 pieces of Bermuda inspired art; some by such famous names as Georgia O’Keeffe, Winslow Homer and Albert Gleizes. The museum shop sells prints and original local art, a perfect keepsake to take home! To learn about Bermuda’s culture and history there is no better stop on your vacation itinerary.
Located in the beautiful Botanical Gardens, five minutes from Hamilton, the museum is on three major bus routes (1,2 & 7) and is clearly signposted from all entrances.
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showing life in Bermuda, by an unknown artist. This is only a small sample of the new works; just enough, however, to suggest you see this exhibition and see what else is there to surprise you. The Will Collieson retrospective exhibition, which has been on show since the Spring, is to continue into the Autumn. Will Collieson is one of Bermuda’s most remarkable artists and is known, especially for his assemblages and collage art. Mr. Collieson, who originates from Liverpool, has made his home in Bermuda since 1971. He uses as his materials, what others discard, but his imagination is outsized, his wit acute. This is one show I highly recommend seeing. The exhibition continues through November 23, 2011.
In the Arts ANTHONY PETTIT BERMUDA MAPS, BOOKS, PRINTS & PAINTINGS Call 441 292-2482 or fax Fax: (441) 295-5416 for an appointment, www.anthonypettit.com Anthony Pettit is a dealer in most types of antiquities relating to Bermuda, particularly maps, books, prints, paintings and ephemera. Engravings, lithographs, views and woodcuts are offered, as are sketches, oils and water colours. Among the ephemera are postcards, posters, brochures and photographs. A fully illustrated catalogue is available on request. Bermuda National Gallery 441 295-9428, www.bng.bm Located beside the main bus terminal in Hamilton, on the second floor of City Hall & Arts Centre, the Bermuda National Gallery is the place to start one’s exploration of the visual arts in Bermuda. Always on display in the Ondaatje wing is the history of Bermuda, as told through visual and decorative arts: paintings, cabinetry, silverware, photographs, beautiful art and artifacts that tell the narrative of this developing, diverse culture. As exhibitions change throughout the year, please see the BNG advertisement in this magazine for current exhibitions. Each exhibition is supported by a variety of interesting lectures, films, and events. Visit www. Continued on page 34
AfricAn Sculpture by thE ShonA MAStEr FinE ArtiStS oF ZiMbAbwE
Mike & Dusty Hind in the Gallery.
My daughter by Israel Chikumbirike in Brown Verdite 27" x 16" x 13"
Magnificent works handcarved in rare stones by the Shona Master Fine Artists of Zimbabwe. Exquisite animals, wonderful heads, and intriguing abstracts. 2nd Floor, Crisson Building, 71 Front street, Hamilton (The yellow building next to the Emporium) Phone 441-295-1117
34 bng.bm for details. Free, guided tours each Thursday at 10:30 a.m. To arrange other tours contact the gallery. Open Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Admission free. CRISSON & HIND 441 295-1117. www.crissonandhind.com 2nd floor of the Crisson Building, 71 Front Street, Hamilton. Sculptures by the master Shona fine artists of Zimbabwe are among the most impressive and sought-after works of art in Africa - and the best place to find them is right here in Bermuda at the Crisson & Hind Fine Art Gallery on Front Street, Hamilton. Gallery owner Colin (Dusty) Hind has developed an extraordinarily close relationship with the artists, many of who now work exclusively on commissions for the Gallery. Mr. Hind visits Zimbabwe up to three times a year, personally helping to source, quarry and truck stone to the artists’ workshops where the sculptors set about making hard, beautiful Zimbabwean stone such as springstone, butter jade and serpentine, live and breathe. The Gallery teems with handsome tribal chiefs, elaborately braided women, prowling leopards, and intricate herds of antelopes and elephant. The pieces can weigh up to 400 lbs but the Gallery can ship pieces all over the world at reasonable cost. Each piece has already travelled more than 8,000 miles, packed in custom boxes, made by the Gallery’s experienced staff in Zimbabwe. The Gallery will repack, fully insure and ship within days of purchase. Remember that original works of art are duty-free into the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. Smaller pieces up to about 25 lbs can be taken as accompanying baggage. Masterworks MUSEUM of Bermuda Art 441 236-2950, www.bermudamasterworks.com Set in the Botanical Gardens, Bermuda’s first ever purpose built museum houses a collection of over 1,200 pieces of Bermuda inspired art. Renowned artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Winslow Homer and Albert Gleizes are part of the permanent collection, and there are continuously evolving shows of local artists on display. Masterworks Foundation was started 25 years ago with just a few paintings, and has grown to the collection we see today. In March 2008, after five years of construction, the new Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art was opened to the public. The museum presents Anthony Pettit an impressive facility for educational P.O. BOx FL 318 purposes for all Bermudians, as well as FLatts FL Bx, Bermuda providing an exciting destination for visitors to the island. The museum shop sells prints and original local art, and Homer’s Café serves a wide selection of baked goods including gluten free goods, lunch items and afternoon tea. The Museum is easily accessible with a ramp and elevator. On display in the Butterfield Family Gallery from September 2nd until December 3rd, 2011 is the fourth annual Charman Prize. The Charman Prize is an art competition for local artists and is a By appointment only fantastic opportunity to see the range of Tel: (441) 292-2482 artistic talents Bermuda has to offer. The E-Mail: email@example.com Charman Prize will be on display from September 2nd – December 3rd, 2011. Website: The Museum is open Monday – Saturday from 10am – 4pm. Admission $5, free for members and children under 12. Some stock available at the Enquiries: Masterworks Museum Bermuda Craft Market of Bermuda Art, tel 441 236-2950, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or www. Finely illustrated catalogue available on request bermudamasterworks.com
Old Bermuda Maps, Books, Ephemera, Prints & Paintings including important new acquisitions
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by Roger Crombie Ah, Halloween Such sweet memories Somehow, before summer even really got going, Halloween is staring us in the face. And it’s doing so from three feet above the ground, desperate for free candy. Its eyes beseech us to load their owners up with empty calories and sugar, and woe betide the man or woman who points out the dietary disadvantages of such behaviour. Retail businesses rather like Halloween. It’s a boost for sales not long after everyone returns from their summer holidays and before everyone starts thinking about how much money they can spend on Christmas. Of course, if people knew the true purpose of Halloween, it would be banned in a heartbeat. I’m not going to spoil it for you, but it’s the one day of the year when we all live in a Stephen King novel. It was about a week before Halloween, many years ago, that I first arrived in Bermuda. Some friends let me stay at their house in Sun Valley while I found my way around my new island home. Soon after I arrived, my friends set off for dinner one evening. The house was tiny, and I thought I’d take advantage of the chance to spend an evening alone. “I’ll hold the fort,” I said, not knowing how close I was to the truth. For that day was All Hallows’ Eve. Being English, I’d never heard of it. Evening gave way to an early nightfall. I settled myself in front of the TV. This was in the days when Bermuda had yesterday’s news flown in and shown 24 hours late. That may not sound like much to you Internet-addled, iPod-pop-eyed, electronic prisoners, but in those days in Bermuda, any kind of TV was a big deal. The doorbell rang. Some little children stood on the step, demanding chocolate. Assuming that they were just thugs, I said “No, thanks” and closed the door. Bermudians are too nice; instead of egging the place, they just went next door and extorted candy bars from some other unfortunate. The doorbell rang again, and more pesky kids arrived, asking for free gifts. What a country, I thought, as I closed the door. By the fourth or fifth attempted burglary, I decided that some sort of collective madness had descended on the place. So, to avoid further incident, I switched off all the lights in the house and sat in pitch darkness for an hour or two before going to bed. Whoever came up with the idea of Halloween needs his head examined. Giving candy to children is a capital offence on every other day of the year, as is demanding Hershey bars from total strangers and threatening them in their homes. I have subsequently been informed that Scotsmen invented Halloween, but I shall draw no moral. If you’re a parent, there’s no escape: dress your kids up and take them on the extortion circuit. Then watch in horror as they eat four and a half pounds of candy. Ah, Halloween. Such sweet memories.
Lieut. Prime’s chart of Bermuda forts and modern plans thereof.
HeritagE MATTERS by Dr. Edward Harris American Spies at Bermuda “They boast, however, that their isles have remained in obscurity, until their defences have become strong enough to defy the world.” So said the Bermudians in 1841, according to a visiting American Secret Agent, Albert Fitz, appointed to spying duties by the Hon. Daniel Webster, US Secretary of State. Fitz submitted his report in 1842, “having been honored with Instructions to proceed to certain of the British West India Islands, for the purpose of ascertaining the strength of the Naval and Military forces there; to examine the fortifications, take plans of them, ascertain the numbers of guns, describe the disposition of the inhabitants”, etc., etc. Fitz was the first of three known American spies in Bermuda in 1841–52, the second being Capt. Minor Knowlton and the last Lieut. Frederick Prime. Lieut. Prime reported to General Totten at Washington, DC and having graduated first in his class at West Point in 1849, he found himself at Bermuda three years later. Prime was much taken with Bermuda, so much so that he returned to the subject of its invasion while later on duty at Fort Alcatraz. In his “Notes on an expedition against the Bermudas”, he examines the channels, the garrison and the fortifications. Prime defined the weakest point as Castle Harbour, which could be entered easily without coming under fire from the major forts on St. George’s Island, those on Castle Island being in disrepair. Having reduced the Martello Tower at Ferry Reach, the American invaders could effectively cut off St. George’s and its forts from the rest of Bermuda. By taking St. George’s from the rear, the subjugation of the rest of the island would soon follow, as the enemy would control the Narrows Channel, the only sea access to the Dockyard and Hamilton. The most remarkable surviving evidence of that espionage is Prime’s sketch of the major Bermuda forts in 1852, reproduced here from the National Archives in Washington, DC. These little fort maps are remarkable for their detail, considering that the forts were “visited but once and sometimes under such circumstances that nothing would be committed to paper for many hours after”. This detail is important as all of the major forts of the 1820s-1860s were heavily altered in the 1870s and some again in the 1890s.
The principal forts at Dockyard, St. Catherine, Victoria, Albert, George and Cunningham were all built as a response to the independence of the United States of America. If that country had remained within the British Empire, it is likely that no forts would have been built in Bermuda after the 1760s and the island would have remained “in obscurity”. The forts spied on by Fitz, Knowlton and Prime are now, with the unfortunate exception of the dockyard, part of Bermuda’s UNESCO “World Heritage Site”. The American spies of the mid-1800s have made it possible to understand what the forts looked like when they were built, as a lot of the evidence at the forts themselves was buried under later works. As the spying documents captured information lost in Bermuda records, they are firm evidence that espionage is good for heritage, as they allowed for a fuller reconstruction of the military preparedness of the island in the mid-Victorian period.
Fort Albert as painted in 1857, with a ship entering the Narrows Channel.
Forts Albert, Victoria and Catherine guarded the sea approach to Bermuda.
Fort George was the station in St. George’s for military signals to the rest of Bermuda.
Visit the Museum at the Old Royal Naval Dockyard (open every day)
DO YOU KNOW… … How the Boer War Prisoners communicated to and from Bermuda? by Horst Augustinovic The story of the 4,619 Boer prisoners-of-war who were brought to Bermuda in 1901, held on seven islands in the Great Sound, and largely repatriated upon the cessation of hostilities in South Africa in June 1902, is well documented. While in Bermuda, these prisoners were allowed to write and receive as many letters as they wished, and it is estimated that an average of 5,000 were written each week. Postmasters were soon elected by the prisoners of each camp – Burt’s, Darrell’s, Hawkins’, Hinson’s, Morgan’s, Port’s and Tucker’s Islands – and a censorship department set up by British military authorities on Port’s Island. While writing material was distributed free of charge, postage stamps and postal cards had to be purchased.
Some letters to Boer prisoners were so badly addressed, it is surprising that they ever reached their destination. This cover, addressed in phonetic English, was mailed in Natal on 3 November 1901 and marked ‘Try Bermuda’. Itarrived in Hamilton on 27 December.
39 All outgoing and incoming mail was censored by up to four censors on Portâ€™s Island, each one using a different hand stamp to indicate censorship. One can assume that the unnumbered first censor mark was made for the first censor who was able to cope with the mail from and to the first prisoners who arrived in January 1901. However, when 3,000 prisoners had arrived by late-1901, it was obviously necessary to employ more censors and create individual marks for each one. Much of the incoming mail from South Africa was not censored on arrival in Bermuda, as it had already been dealt with at its source; those that were censored in Bermuda, were stamped with one of the four censor marks. There are just a few incoming covers that were stamped with all four censor marks and one can assume that this was done as a favour to some prisoners who were shrewd enough to appreciate the future philatelic value of such envelopes. While incoming and outgoing Boer prisoner-of-war mail exists in roughly equal numbers, examples of local mail to and from the prisoners are very scarce. The few known examples were sent to members of the Boer Relief Committee and to the crafts shops that sold the cedar souvenirs carved by the Boers.
One of the few letters that shows all four censor marks used in Bermuda. It was sent from Natal on 27 September 1901 and arrived in Bermuda on 5 November.
Sent to Mrs. Herman Recht, a member of the Boer Relief Committee and owner of a gift shop that sold many of the souvenirs produced by the Boers, this cover was hand painted, and shows one of the bell tents in which the prisoners lived. â€“ Email comments to: email@example.com
SHOPPING Why Should I purchase my jewellery in Bermuda?
what you need to know.
By Debbie Jordan of Swiss Timing
Bermuda has always had a very strong reputation for quality and high standards in the jewellery market. Most of the jewellery stores here are family owned and independent. Most of the owners visit the international fairs in Europe – such as Switzerland, England and Italy etc., thus giving you an amazing selection that sets us apart from our US Jewellery retail stores that you see in the malls. These mall stores are basically owned by the same corporation – so you can go into a mall and see three different stores with three different names, but their advertising, policies and merchandise is basically the same – that does not make for very good competition or comparison, now does it? Think about it….if you were to ever have a problem with one store in the mall and you swear to yourself that you will never shop there again…Guess what? The next one in the mall is more than likely to be the same exact company! Not cool! In Bermuda the community is very small so every jewelers reputation is at stake. One wrong move by any of them it will not take long for those stories to travel around and then their reputations are destroyed. Also when you travel and purchase from a US Jeweller you will have to pay sales tax and upon return to Bermuda you are obligated to pay 25% duty on top of the retail pricing. What if something goes wrong? Do you really want to send it back and will the store back up the product? In Bermuda all of the jewellery stores will back up their products and rectify the problems and you will not have the hassle to find a service center and deal with US customs and then once again Bermuda Customs – you will have to fill out a B52 Form and show the receipt when sending it out and explain what is being done. Think about the shipping costs back to the US and then back to Bermuda. Most US stores insist upon the consumer paying these charges. When purchasing a watch overseas look at it and think carefully – who will honor the guarantee in Bermuda. Will you be able to obtain parts? I have seen many disappointed customers that we simply cannot help. Is the watch a legitimate one – there are so many knock offs – infact as I am writing this article I just had a gentleman come in with a fake and he purchased it under the assumption that it was real, he paid $500.00 for it, when infact it is worth about about $30.00. I have to admit some of the knock offs look good – until you open the back. If it sounds too good to be true it more than likely is. Purchase from legitimate sources that you can go back to. In Bermuda watches from Switzerland are traditionally anywhere from 10% to 25% below the US retail price – PLUS no sales tax. This is why so many tourist choose to purchase their watch whilst on vacation here in Bermuda. We buy directly from the factories in Switzerland and in the US the stores purchase from wholesalers and so you are dealing with a middle man mark up.
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Whether you are looking for sophisticated evening wear or a casual outfit for an afternoon at the beach or around the pool, 27th Century is worth the venture down to the eastern end of Reid Street. You might recognize the window display. If you have passed by before, you surely would have noticed. It regularly reflects a local events theme such as the white party with an array of white outfits on display coordinated and ready to walk out the door. With the largest collection in the Caribbean of Joseph Ribkoff, the official designer for Miss America, you will find versatile outfits for all occasions. Drop in and say hello to Sharon, Kathy or Karla, you will enjoy every minute of your time with them and their expertise in outfitting and special client service. How long has 27th Century been around? 27th Century Boutique has been a popular boutique for Bermuda’s residents for 36 years, 6 years here at 92 Reid Street in Hamilton. What brands do you feature? For ladies we carry Joseph Ribkoff, a trendy but conservative day and evening line and a casual line called Orly. We also carry a variety of handbags, hats, costume jewelry and women’s shape wear. For men, we have an excellent selection of suits, shirts, ties, dress shoes and casual wear such as jeans. We have sizes 4 – 22.
Do you follow any trends or particular themes? We are a ticket location for events in Bermuda, this generates a lot of local traffic. We supply a selection of our inventory to these events, for example if there is a theme party such as the White Party we are the place to come as we have made sure to have plenty of White outfits, casual and formal, catering to our clients offering them a variety for that particular party. We are also a great boutique for wedding outfits and casual and formal parties. 98% of local, expats and residents shop with us, we call everyone on the phone when new merchandise arrives. You also have The Hair Studio & Beauty Salon upstairs from the Boutique. What kind of services do you offer and when is the salon open? The Hair Studio & Beauty Salon has 5 stylists and 1 Cosmetologist. Our stylists offer, hair cutting, colour, blow dry, style, weaving and braiding. The cosmetologist offers pedicure, manicure, acrylic and gel nails, eyebrow and eyelash services. The salon is open 7 days a week by appointment and walk-in appointments are accepted if available.
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BERMUDA! Let’s face it. Times are changing. Yes, it is a blast to run away on shopping sprees being so close to the U.S. & Canada but the truth is, the deals & amazing finds are all right here in Bermuda, not to mention no tax, no air fare, no hotels and accomidations, no taxi’s... Shop local and support our island so that we can keep up with current trends and fashions. Our buyers plan carefully to bring us a selection of only the best available throughout the world. 27th Century Boutique/ The Hair Studio & Beauty Salon 92 Reid Street, 441 292-2628 In Bermuda, 27th Century Boutique is the forerunner of fashion with an enviable reputation of providing men and women with the latest fashions for the past 33 years. As buyer and coordinator for 27th Century Boutique, Sharon Bartram travels several times a year to purchase the clothing for the boutique. Their most prominent, exclusive ladies lines are Joseph Ribkoff, Jack F and Orly and they have a variety of outstanding lines for men. Sharon has traveled to Costa Rica, Jamaica, Holland, Belgium, Paris and London as the wardrobe coordinator and makeup artist for the television show “Style Bermuda”. Always looking to give back to the community which has contributed to its success, 27th Century often participates in fashion shows and other community activities. Also as the proprietor of The Hair Studio & Beauty Salon, for the past 25 years Sharon has traveled with The Hair Studio Staffing team to Florida, Atlanta and Las Vegas to keep abreast of the latest product knowledge and styles by Design Essentials. Sharon’s daughter Kim-Keta works along with her as the Manager and Senior Stylist at the Hair Studio. Kim-Keta has worked in the salon from the early age of 14 years. In addition, The Hair Studio can take care of all your beauty needs such as manicures, pedicures, acrylic nails, eyebrow waxing and threading, braiding and all other hair services. * 27th Century Boutique offers shopping for Men & Women. They carry lines such as Joseph Ribkoff, Jack F and Orly. You must check them out. They have a great selection! How about a mani / pedi at The Hair Studio & Beauty Salon located upstairs! A.S. COOPER & SONS LTD.
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A.S. Cooper MAIN STORE, Front Street Ground Floor: Cosmetics & Fragrances Dept., Fine Jewellery & Gifts Dept. Second Floor: Studio A.S. Cooper CHILDREN, Front Street A.S. Cooper EXPRESS, Washington Mall A.S. Cooper HARBOURSIDE, Front Street A.S. Cooper MAN, Front Street Clocktower Mall, Royal Naval Dockyard - A.S. Cooper branch store A.S. Cooper & Sons Ltd. has been the premier store for fine crystal, dinnerware, figurines and gifts since 1897. They have expanded in the retail market and proudly opened a new building on Front Street, Hamilton. COSMETICS & FRAGRANCES Continued on page 48
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48 on the ground floor has duty free perfume and popular lines of Estee Lauder, Clinique, Clarins and more. Not valid with other specials, Tabacco products or candy FINE JEWELLERY features Links of London, Judith Ripka and jewellery with diamonds, precious and semi precious stones in gold and silver. GIFTS & COLLECTIBLES carries Lladro, Lalique, Waterford, Wedgwood, Swarovski and Belleek. STUDIO, on the second floor, has fashions and accessories for ladies from Lauren, Ann Klein, Liz Claiborne, Michael Kors, DKNY Jeans, Calvin Klein, Lacoste, Jones New York and more — all Visit Bermuda’s original theme at U.S. Prices. store which features the island’s Also on Front Street, opposite the favourite mascot. We’ve got t-shirts, Ferry Terminal, is A.S. Cooper MAN, sweatshirts & caps, glassware, can the Island’s largest men’s store featuring coolers, mouse pads, toys and more. Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Bahama and We also stock a complete range of Helly Hansen (exclusive to A.S. Cooper), Bermuda apparel, unique souvenirs, as well as DKNY, Calvin Klein, Claiborne, & our own brand Hot Sauces. and IZOD — all at U.S. prices. Next door is A.S. Cooper CHILDREN if you’re looking for outfits from newborn to age 14. The interactive Stuff your A.S. Cooper HARBOURSIDE own collectible animal is on the water at Pier 6 with fragrances experience at duty free prices, your favourite sportswear for missy and fuller figure as all !!! r o f well as fashion accessories and costume Fun Ages jewellery. EXPRESS, A.S. Cooper ONION JACK’S Washington Mall, Reid Street sets the 77 Front Street, Hamilton trend in fashion and accessories for juniors. Dockyard Section: In the Clocktower Mall, Dockyard, is a branch store which features a selection of merchandise from the A.S. Cooper & Sons Ltd. family of fine stores in Hamilton. Discover ladies fashions and accessories, gifts souvenirs as well as fragrances at duty free prices. * Still a family-owned and run business. A.S. Cooper offers a wide selection of clothing, fine jewellery, perfumes and tasteful Bermuda souvenirs. They also have a variety of convienent locations. Present this coupon for a 10% discount on a purchase over $10
Arrowroot Gift Shop Masterwork, Botanical Gardens Paget, 441 236 2950 With the Arrowroot Gift Shop selling works of art by local artists including paintings, drawings, prints, pottery and an extensive list of items made of Bermuda cedar, there is no better place to buy a memento of Bermuda. Our reproduction vintage travel posters are tremendously popular and look wonderful framed. A wide selection of books by local authors is also for sale, as well as note cards with images from our permanent Collection. The gift shop adds to the overall museum experience, and we look forward to welcoming you to the shop and the museum. Members receive 10% off in shop. Opening hours Monday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm * Who would have thought this little gift shop loacted at Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art would have the most amazing small gift ideas. Stop in and see for yourself. While you are there, pick up lunch to go from the Homer Cafe and sit off in the beautiful Botanical Gardens and reward yourself with a time out. Bermuda Blue & Bermuda Breeze Take in the sea air, the aroma of natural fruits & flowers all around us......Bermuda Blue and Bermuda Breeze fragrances embrace much that is uniquely Bermuda. Bermuda Blue delicately captures the natural citrus, jasmine and lotus in the air with a nuance of crisp sea spray. Bermuda Breeze hints more of natural fruits, such as wild berries & mandarin, with a touch of jasmine – creating a lovely fruity floral. Packaging reflects the brilliant blues and greens of the local water, the immense blue sky, amid a pink sandy beach - capturing the essence of this beautiful island paradise. Take home a piece of Bermuda. Take home Bermuda Blue and Bermuda Breeze. Available through select stores across the Island and on-line including:
49 • Gibbons Company, Reid St., Hamilton, www.gibbons.bm • Peniston Brown, St. George • Perfume Shop, Dockyard • Carole Holding, Front St., Hamilton & Fairmont Southampton • Brown & Co., Front St., Hamilton • A.S. Cooper, Front St., Hamilton, branch and hotel stores, www.ascooper.bm • Distributed by P.D.L. Limited, Tel: (441) 292-1710, infobb@ pdl.bm * The next time you are out shopping at one of the locations mentioned above, just stop at the Bermuda Blue or Bermuda Breeze display and sample these local treasures. Bermuda Jam Factory 441-535-JAMS (5267), 441-535-HEAT (4328). Taste the award-winning flavours of Bermuda for an out-of-the-triangle experience. Two-time international Scovie Award winner Bermuda Jam Factory offers a choice of six tasty jams in a range of heats, from ‘Easy Breeze’, a laid back honey pepper jam, to ‘Hurricane Force’, an unbelievably flavourful Scotch Bonnet pepper jam. Whether you want to glaze it, spread it or dip it, Bermuda Jam Factory has the all weather condiment for you. Come visit us and sample our Gombey Pepper Jam at Harbour Nights, Destination Dockyard, St. George’s Market Night throughout the 2011 tourist season or at Bermuda Craft Market’s “Taste of Bermuda’”. * Everyone loves the Bermuda Jam flavours and so we should keep them stocked at home so that we can always offer them to guests when they visit and of coarse they make a perfect gift. BLUCK’S 4 Front Street, Hamilton, 441 295-5367, www.blucksbermuda.com The gleam of faceted crystal, the subtle satisfaction of the best bone china, the exquisite artistry of elegant, hand painted porcelain…just some of the things that create the ambience that is uniquely Bluck’s. They are always pleased to welcome you to their store and their tradition of bringing you the very best from around the world. For over 160 years, Bluck’s has been a merchant house for the finer things in life. They carefully choose from the world’s most respected manufacturers to bring you the very best to meet your lifestyle and entertaining needs. Imagine stunning tableware from Herend, Royal Crown Derby, Lynn Chase, Spode and Wedgwood to name but a few. Fabulous
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crystal can beautifully enhance your dining table or provide incredible accents to any room. Their collection brings you many wonderful ideas from Baccarat, Orrefors, Artel and Varga Art Crystal. If you’re looking for a special gift for someone or perhaps just a little indulgence for yourself, then their giftware collection is sure to please. Whether it is one of their unique and exclusive, Bermuda themed items from Herend, Spode or Halcyon Days or an unusual crystal creation from Lalique, Daum, Waterford or Kosta Boda, they aim to ensure that everything will make just the right impression. Bluck’s…. for the finer things in life. * If you walk past Blucks, stop in and have a peak. Even if you aren’t shopping at the time. Take a look around and make a mental note. There are some absolutly beautiful finds for every occasion. Brown & Co. Hallmark, Reid Street, Hamilton. 441 279 5442 The Bookmart, Reid Street, Hamilton 441 279 5443 The Birdcage Café, Reid Street, Hamilton 441 279 5462 Front Street, Hamilton, 441 279 5524 Brown & Co. with over 7,500 square feet of floor space, is the Island’s most comprehensive department store. Located in the heart of Hamilton, our department stores are stocked with everything you need for yourself, friends & family and your home – featuring tourist oriented gifts, greeting cards, books from local and internationally acclaimed authors, perfumes & fragrances from top designers, home décor from around the world, fashion jewelry and so much more. Plus, nestled at the back the stores’ book department is a beautifully designed Café offering gourmet coffees, snacks, desserts, sandwiches and so much more. Visit us today. Hours of Operations: MondaysSaturdays: 8:30 -5:30, Sundays: 1-5pm * Brown and Co have some amazing offerings at U.S comparitive prices. Just to mention a few, - AT Cross Writing Instruments are less than US Retail - Troll Beads (Exclusive) at US retail - Thomas Sabo (Exclusive) at US Retail - Fragrances are less than US retail - Most designer sunglasses are held to US retail and lower Misaki Jewelry less than US retail . So what are you waiting for? Start at the book store, pick up a coffee or tea from Buzz and SHOP!!!! You are sure to find some great things! Chatham House 63 Front Street, Hamilton, HM 11, 441 292 8422 Located right on the harbour in Hamilton, this tobacconist and newsstand boasts tremendous savings. Most items Continued on page 54
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Israel Chikumbirike Indisputably, Israel is now the best living sculptor in Zimbabwe. He lives and works in a beautiful grand home in the Waterfalls suburb of Harare. His success has allowed him to also purchase a farm in his ancestral rural area, where he spends time working the land. Something at the heart of the Shona psyche. When you see Israel’s work, there is no doubt that you are experiencing the art of a true master. What he creates does not just fill a volume, but inhabits the space with life and vitality. He thinks in 360°. Every piece works from every angle, the essence of a great sculpture. His surfaces and textures are exquisitely finished; every detail is nurtured and carefully considered to Mike & Dusty Hind in the Gallery. enhance the whole. It is said that stone sculptors would make great politicians, as their art is the art of compromise. My daughter They envision the finished work in the raw chunk of hard stone. Israel Chikumbirike The stoneby pushes in Brown Verditeback. It becomes a participant in the process, skill tames the x 16" x 13" stone; but27"it’s stone, so the unexpected happens. The sculptor is dealing with a material that is hundreds of millions of years old. The metamorphic Zimbabwean stones are the result of ancient oceans crushed between colliding continental plates at the dawn of Earth’s formation. In purities, fissures, varying hardnesses and the odd mistaken blow with a hammer and chisel mean that the sculptor has to adapt, change and compromise as the work evolves. To learn more about the sculptors of Zimbabwe and view their work visit Crisson & works Hind handcarved Fine Art Gallery Magnificent in Crisson rare stonesBuilding by the Shona Master 71 Front Hamilton Fine ArtistsStreet, of Zimbabwe. tel 441 295 1117wonderful Exquisite animals, www.crissonandhind.com heads, and intriguing abstracts. 2nd Floor, Crisson Building, 71 Front street, Hamilton (The yellow building next to the Emporium) Phone 441-295-1117
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are much less than what you would pay in the US; most notably the duty-free cigars. The brands of Punch, Partagas, Bolivar and Cohiba are featured here. The shop also sells accessories such as English Briar pipes, cigar clips, Zippo lighters, souvenirs, watches, knives, postcards, current periodicals and paintings by local artists. * The Chatham House has a cigar for every occasion. They also have gift ideas and accessories. Cracker Box & Hodge Podge Cracker Box on 15 York Street, St. George’s (at the main bus stop) 297-1205 and Hodge Podge in Hamilton (next to the ferry terminal building) 3 Point Pleasant Road, 295-0647 feature a unique collection of gifts...everything from beautiful natural sea shells and starfish to Christmas decorations made from shells. There is also a large selection of shell jewelry made from mother of pearl and beaded shell pieces together with the must have silver bangles. Not forgetting the ever popular tee shirts, hats, caps, key rings, magnets, picture frames etc. * You can tell by the window displays at both stores that there are so many items to find. Stop in and say hello, have a look around. You will love what you see!
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Crisson Jewellers 16 Queen Street, and 55 & 71 Front Street, Hamilton Water Street, St. George¹s, Clocktower Mall, Dockyard, and all major hotels Tel: 295-2351, www.crisson.com Crisson jewellers embodies Bermuda’s finest and most cherished traditions. A family business since 1922, the Crisson name is synonymous with quality and value. The fabulous array of jewellery and watches reflect the style, sophistication and taste of our discerning customers. When you explore our exciting collections, we are sure you will agree that a visit to Crisson is the crowning moment of your Bermuda shopping experience. Along with the wonderfully eclectic collection of hand-selected pieces from all parts of the world, Crisson are Bermuda’s exclusive source for famous designers including David Yurman, Roberto Coin, Marco Bicego, John Hardy, Charriol , Kabana, Pandora, Larimar, and Rebecca . As for diamonds of distinction, Crisson has Bermuda’s largest collection of spectacular cuts from Cento and A. Jaffe. When it comes to timepieces, Crisson is definitely the place! Crisson are the officially authorised Rolex retailers in Bermuda. You will also find Tag Heuer, Ebel, Raymond Weil , Movado, Tudor, Philip Stein, Christian Dior, and Fendi. The collection is rounded out with ranges from Seiko, Swiss Army, Citizen, Casio, Luminox, Fruitz, Toy Watch and Guess!
55 Crisson has two main stores on Front Street in Hamilton, with another on Queen Street. There’s a store in St. George’s and one in the Clocktower Mall at Dockyard. If you are staying in one of Bermuda’s major Hotels, you’ll find a Crisson store there as well. Each of these boutique-style stores features pieces selected from our main collections in Hamilton. The shopping experience is relaxed and intimate, and the quality, value and prices are the same whichever store you choose to visit. * Everyone loves Crissons, from their Bermuda silver pendents to their Rolex Watches, Crissons is a special place and so much fun to shop at. It doesn’t matter what the occassion is. Daisy & Mac 27 Queen Street, 441 295-7477; Clock Tower Mall, Dockyard, 441 234-7447, www.daisyandmac.com Daisy & Mac, Bermuda’s newest baby & children’s boutique, is well worth a visit! Tucked away on the upper level of the Washington Mall, in Hamilton Daisy & Mac is a hidden gem. When you cross the threshold of the hot pink and apple green storefront, you discover a magical wonderland of products including clothing & footwear for children from newborn up to age 16, toys for all ages, fun fashion accessories and much more. Brand names include Esprit Kids, Ralph Lauren, Diesel, Betsy & Babs, Petit Ami, My Boy Sam, Baby Bol, Taggies and the list goes on! In addition to the essential items you would find in most babies and children’s store, Daisy & Mac has unique specialty items that are absolutely adorable and not found elsewhere. For example they have the cutest little retro-esque t-shirts/onesies for infants that say “Chicks Dig Me”, “My Dad’s a Geek” or “High Maintenance”. Special collections of these one-of-a-kind items, is what makes Daisy & Mac special. Without a doubt, Daisy & Mac is a super chic boutique for infants, toddlers, tweens and their mummies - after all, it is the biggest, little store in Bermuda! Daisy & Mac is a special place not only for kids but for adults to! Everyone loves an excuse to shop at Daisy & Mac.
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56 Gem Cellar Walker Arcade, 47 Front Street, 441 292-3042 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Come to the Gem Cellar, the hands on jewellery store! Start with our exclusive Bermuda Collection of hand made charms in 14k gold and sterling silver, all made in house. Our island icons are unique and the perfect gift to remember your Bermuda holiday. Priced from $40 Our talented and skilled designers have many years of experience in creating one-of-a-kind treasures, all in our own workshop, in gold, platinum or silver. Rings, neck adornments, bracelets and bangles, earrings and extra special anniversary gifts are available, or custom made to your taste. If you want to “refresh” an existing pieces to a more modern or alternative use, then made us your first stop. * The Gem seller makes a lot of their jewellery right in the store. Stop by and have a look. You are sure to find something you just can’t live without! GIBBONS COMPANY For the way Bermuda lives 21 Reid Street, Hamilton Tel: 441 295-0022. Gibbons Home, Washington Mall, 18 Church Street, Hamilton. Tel: 441 295-0022 M.A.C. Cosmetics, Front Street, Hamilton. Tel: 441 295-8843 Nine West, Shoes, Fashion & Accessories, Reid Street, Hamilton. Tel: 441 294-5191 Twenty 5 Reid, Reid Street, Hamilton Tel: 441 294-5188 Shoes by Anne Klein, Bandolino & Marc Fisher Peniston Brown, the Fragrance Speciaists: Water Street, St. George’s. Tel: 441 405-0005 The Perfume Shop, Fragrance, Boutique: Clocktower Mall, Dockyard. Tel: 441 405-0006 Shop where the locals shop, at Gibbons Company, the island’s largest most diversified department store, known for its excellent customer service and wide range of exciting merchandise: vibrant collections for all ages, men, women and children, as well as captivating fragrances and cosmetics by industry legends and an array of everything from the essential to the distinctive for the home. At Gibbons, all perfumes, cosmetics and skin-care products are offered with fantastic savings, at duty free prices. Gibbons’ exclusives include Guerlain, Dior Cosmetics, Chanel Cosmetics, Decleor, Iman, Versace, Vera Wang, Betsey Johnson and Bond # 9. Other favourites include Hermes, Burberry, Ralph Lauren, Lancôme, Elizabeth Arden, L’Occitane and Bermuda Blue - the perfect gift for friends and family back home. Premium fashion labels abound at U.S. prices but with NO SALES TAX! Shop on line at www.gibbons.bm and have your favorite fragrance or gift shipped home or delivered directly to your hotel. * Not only does Gibbons company offer comparative shopping but they have an amazing selection. You will find absolutly everything you could want right here in Bermuda at Gibbons Company. Stop by today!!! The Irish Linen Shop 31 Front Street, Hamilton. Tel: 295-4089; Fax: 295-6552; e-mail: email@example.com Step inside our historic cottage shop and be inspired! Luxury products from all over Ireland are still time honoured traditions at The Irish Linen Shop. Beautiful home fragrances from Antica Farmacista, Dayna Decker, Lafco and the oldest candle maker in France, Cire Trudon will delight your senses. Don’t stop until you experience our bath and body products from Baudelaire and Rain of South Africa. You deserve it!
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57 Wait. The world of Michael Aram and Mariposa are the perfect solution when searching for a gift that will delight the recipient for years. Our home décor selections from Zentique, Oomph, and Roost will transform your home and your outlook. You’ll love the children’s boutique at The Irish Linen Shop. It’s the place to find beautiful hand smocked dresses from Chantal and the classic styles of Papo d’Anjo from Portugal. Later, dream away on the finest Egyptian cotton bedding from Yves Delorme, Sferra, Matouk, Peter Reed and Dans Nos Maisons. It’s all here, waiting for you at The Irish Linen Shop where fine living begins. Just walking into the shop is an experience. Everything is so beautiful and special. * The store itself is a thing of beauty. The Irish Linen shop carries classic items that have been brought to Bermuda from around the world. From baby outfits to bed linens they have all the beautiful things that we want to take home. Makin’ Waves Front Street, Hamilton and Royal Naval Dockyard, 441 292-4609, www.makinwaves.bm Makin’ Waves has been Bermuda’s headquarters for active sportswear for over 20 years. We feature surf brands such as: Quiksilver, Roxy, Fox, Hurley, Dakine Oneill and Billabong, sunglasses from Oakley, Maui Jim and VonZipper, as well as dive and snorkeling equipment by Mares, Dacor, Sherwood and Atomic Aquatics. * Makin Waves Front Street Store is closing at the end of October, but don’t worry, their Dockyard location will be open 7 days a week this winter. Look out for their brand new Hamilton store opening in March 2012. Onion Jack’s Trading Post 77 Front Street, 441 295-1263 Onion Jack’s Trading Post – located on Front Street in Hamilton is the place to visit for the best variety of Bermuda souvenirs, beach towels, hand made cedar items and much more. Our logo “Onion Jack” is featured on tee shirts, caps, beach towels and various unusual souvenir items. Visit our newest addition “Animaland” where you can create a furry animal to take home for the little ones or bring them to create their own. If hot sauce or rum cake is what you are looking for then we have that too. Browse our four rooms each offering unique treasures to remind you of your visit to our beautiful island. *Onion Jack’s is definitly the best place to stop in and browse for souvenirs!!! Don’t just peak in the window. Get in there!
What would you hope to find inside? Unique Gifts for Every Occasion
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58 OTTO WURZ Located at the west end of Front Street, 441 295-1247 Otto Wurz Company is a store not to be missed. This family run company has been in business for over 50 years. They boast an eclectic mix of wonderful mementos, everything from English pewter tankards, funny wooden pub signs, and decorative walking sticks to unusual serving pieces, children’s wooden toys and a collection of vintage 14 karat jewelry. Remember Otto Wurz Company. is the perfect place for the perfect gift to remember the perfect holiday. * Not only does Otto Wurz carry an extensive amount of amazing things from Mad Hatts to collectables and vintage jewelry, it is nothing but FUN poking around the shop. They will surely surprise you with something for absolutly every occassion. Outerbridge’s Originals 441 296-4451. www.outerbridge.com When You’re Hot You’re Hot! Over the years we have been delighted to receive attention from newspapers, magazines and other media - all waxing poetic over our flavorful delights. It originally comes from the basement of Yeaton Outerbridge’s 300 year old home in Flatt’s. There is a saying in the islands that Bermuda fish chowder, the national dish, is not Bermuda fish chowder without Outerbridge’s sherry peppers sauce. The Outerbridge Family of Gourmet Products includes: the Original Sherry Peppers (hot), Sherry Rum Peppers (saves time mixing in the rum), Royal Full Hot Rum Peppers, Full Hot Mustard Sauce, Bloody Mary Fix, Wine Vinegars, Barbecue Sauce (both Mild and Very Hot), and a special label “Locals Only” Devilishly Hot Original Sherry Peppers for those who can really take the heat. Outerbridge’s Original can be found all over the island. 296-4451 e-mail – email@example.com * Outerbridge Original’s are a must have in everyones house hold. A staple in the kitchen. They also make excellent gifts! Pulp & Circumstance #4 Washington Lane, Hamilton HM 11, 441 292-9586 Find that perfect gift for every occasion from deluxe candles, luxurious bath products, unique home decor to the perfect baby toy. As the Island’s leading social stationer, you’ll find an extensive range of fine quality papers for every occasion from invitations, place cards to menus. We can personalize your stationery quickly to give it that special touch! Being the largest pen dealer on the island we offer a large range of fine pens handcrafted from around the world. Browse our selection of exquisite greeting cards and don’t forget to let us wrap it for you in one of our signature papers! *You must stop in for cards and gifts. They have an excellent selection and their brand new location is sure to wow you.
Our Gombey Pepper Jam line-up offers you a choice of six tasty heats. Our ‘all weather’ condiments cover the entire heat spectrum from a laid back easy zest to a blow your mind hurricane whirl-wind!
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59 Roxy’s Fashions & Novelty Boutique Emporium Building on Front Street, Hamilton , Tel: 441-2954499 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Nestled away in the heart of Hamilton is one of Bermuda’s best kept secrets. Hidden at the back of the Emporium Building on Front Street, Hamilton you will find Roxzy’s Fashions & Novelty Boutique with its tasteful delights of unique clothing suitable for any runway debut, wedding scene, concert performance or homegoing event. In this quaint little setting with it’s relaxed atmosphere, everyone feels like family. Prices are not outrageous, with a little something for everyone. It is a one-stop shopping experience, you can get anything from wigs, hair accessories, jewelry, handbags, perfume oils, stylish stockings and unique clothing items there.” Repeat visitors put Roxzy’s on their list as a must see!! * A perfect outfit for any occassion! Stop by and have a look. Actually keep on stopping by because you want to have first pick when new fashions are out onto hangers don’t you? Swiss Timing 77 Front Street, 441 295-1263 Established in 1988 by Leopold & Debbie Jordan. Swiss Timing features a fantastic collection of watches personally selected by Leopold, a master Watchmaker from Austria. Some brands available are: Zenith, Michel Herbelin, Oris, Wittinauer, Tissot and Certina to name a few. Swiss Timing also has a complete service department to assist you with all your watch needs. Swiss Timing also has a large selection of jewellery personally selected from manufactures in Europe such as Natasha from Germany and Rebecca from Italy. You will find unique items that you quite simply won’t find anywhere else. If diamonds are on your agenda, Swiss Timing is connected to the largest diamond network and can supply you with any type of diamond and our prices are very competitive. Swiss Timing also has a European trained Goldsmith on hand to manufacture any item that your heart desires. * Swiss Timing is a perfect place to shop for jewellery. Whether you are looking for a diamond ring or a simple pendant, stop in and speak to someone. They will answer all of your questions.
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The PGA Grand Slam of Golf field is now complete with the addition of the PGA Championship winner Keegan Bradley. Bradley won in a play-off over fellow PGA Tour member Jason Dufner following Dufner’s melt-down over the final four holes at the Atlanta Athletic Club. The PGA Grand Slam of Golf will be held at the beautiful Port Royal Golf Club on October 17th – 29th, 2011. The PGA Grand Slam of Golf is the most difficult to qualify for as you must be one of the four major championship winners of the Masters, US Open, British Open or PGA Championship. The field will have a true international flavor as the foursome will include Masters Champion Charl Schwartzel, US Open Champion Rory McIlroy, British Open Champion Darren Clarke and PGA Championship winner Keegan Bradley. The tournament will be covered by TNT and will be broadcast to more than 99 million in the United States and 100 countries internationally. For those that would enjoy watching the action in person, tickets are available and can be purchased at www.pgagrandslamofgolf.com . Should any of the foursome not be able to attend, the replacement will be chosen through the Major Championship Points List comprised of past major championship winners who competed in this years majors. Port Royal Golf Club is a Robert Trent Jones design. Jones once stated that it may have been his best work outside the United States. The course recently completed a $14 million renovation which included the removal of more than 1200 trees and the redesign and construction of new tees, green complexes and a two new golf holes. One of the most recognized changes was the addition of a new tee on the challenging 16th. The hole plays 235 yards over the Atlantic to a green perched precariously out over the water. The 16th, the most photographed hole in Bermuda, will be a challenge for the worlds’ best in October. Port Royal Golf Club is open to the public. Director of Golf Andrew Brooks is a great host and welcomes golfers daily to his club. Tee Times can be arranged by calling 441-234-0974. Port Royal Golf Club is also on the rotation for the Bermuda Goodwill Championship www.bermudagoodwill.org and is a favorite of the more than 100 teams that participate each year. For Tee Time Reservations call 441-295-4640 or visit our website at www.toateebermuda.com
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CAFE AMICI Corner of Clock Tower Mall Royal Naval Dockyard 441 234 5151 $$, Italian * Breakfast, lunch & dinner, best pizza in town. FROG & ONION The Cooperage, Royal Naval Dockyard 441 234 2900 $$, British * Live entertainment 7 days a week, great food, great patio wATERlOT INN Fairmont Southampton Southampton 441 234 2900 $$$$, Bermudian * Bermudaâ€™s top steak house, ala carte Sunday brunch. HENRY VIII 69 South Shore Road, Southampton 441 238 1977 $$$, British, Sushi * Excellent food, stunning terrace view overlooking South Shore BREEZES, CAMBRIDGE BEACH 30 Kings Point Road Sandys 441 234 0331 $$, Bermudian * Feel the ocean breeze as you enjoy lunch or dinner beach side 64 DEGREES Port Royal Golf Corse Southampton 441 234 0974 $$$, Bermudian * Panoramic views of the aqua blue South Shore, unforgetable dining
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BONEFISH BAR & GRIll Dockyard Terrace Royal Naval Dockyard 441 234 5151 $$, Bermudian * Fresh fish, smoked meats, superb cocktails & 2 great patios. BACCI Fairmont Southampton Southampton 441 234 2900 $$$, Italian * ‘Where we do Italian with passion’ Best Italian dining jASMINE lOUNGE Fairmont Southampton Southampton 441 234 2900 $$, Bermudian * Listen to the sweet sound of Jazz, light meals & delicious cocktails SwIZZlE INN South Shore Road, Warwick 441 293 1854 $$, Pub, Swizzle * Home of Rum Swizzle, great patio and pub style food SOMERSET COUNTRY SQUIRE 10 Mangrove Bay, Somerset 441 234 0105 $$, British * Best fish & chips in Somerset Village, great patio COCONUTS, THE REEFS 56 South Shore Road Southampton 441 238 0222 $$$$, Bermudian * Drinks, lunch or dinner beachside or dinning right on the beach’s sand.
Dolphin Quest, Royal Naval Dockyard
DOCKYARD TO ST. GEORGE’S Dockyard and Western Parishes Dockyard Visitor Information Center Royal Naval Dockyard At The Dockyard Visitor Information Center (VIC) you will find everything you need to have a “Bermudaful” day. Conveniently located adjacent to the Cruise Ship Pier, Bus and Ferry stop, we offer up to date information on transport, local events, attractions and tours. Our friendly staff is on hand to assist you with local knowledge on where to go and what to do. Public Transport passes, wifi, phone cards, and tour tickets are available for purchase. Telephone 441 238-4842 THE ROYAL NAVAL DOCKYARD Ireland Island, Sandys Work began on this massive complex in 1809, not long after the conclusion of the Napoleonic Wars and just before the War of 1812. Envisioned as a strategic British military outpost that would make Bermuda the “Gibraltar of the West,” the Royal Naval Dockyard was built by slave and convict labour. The Dockyard locked its gates in 1951. Since then, the seventy-five acre site has been painstakingly renovated to accommodate museums, a movie theatre, restaurants, The Arts Centre and the Bermuda Craft Market. NATIONAL MUSEUM OF BERMUDA Ireland Island, Sandys Located in the Keep of the Royal Naval Dockyard, this museum has become one of the island’s most frequently visited destinations since being opened by HM Queen Elizabeth II in 1975. Its popularity has increased even more with the recent restoration and opening of Commissioner’s House. Elsewhere on the complex, exhibits chronicle both Bermuda’s association with the Royal Navy and its own interesting maritime history. In addition to a collection of Bermuda-made boats, there are relics from the Sea Venture, maps, the famous Tucker Treasure—collected from the sixteenth-century Spanish galleon the San Pedro—and many more artifacts. Open Monday to Saturday 9:30am-4:00pm (last admission 4pm). Adults $10, seniors $8, children under 13 FREE. For further information telephone 441 234-1333.
Experience Dolphin Delight!
Meet dolphins face-to-face for exploration, fun and unforgettable interactive dolphin encounters that will delight the young and the young at heart.
Located at the National Museum of Bermuda in the Royal Naval Dockyard.
www.dolphinquest.com A portion of the proceeds from Dolphin Quest supports vital marine education, conservation and research.
King’s Wharf Cruise Ship Terminal
Clocktower Mall 3 Lisa-Ann Rego Gallery CL Wire Art Jeweller Bellissima Bermuda Triangle Grand Bazaar Dockyard Linens Side Kicks Fair Trade Daisy & Mac Orchid Duchess Ceasar’s Pharmacy The Littlest Drawbridge Iana Pulp & Circumstances Beethoven’s Nannini’s Haagen-Daz The Perfume Shop H.S. & J.E. Crisson’s Ltd. Davidson’s Hornburg Calypso A.S.Cooper’s E.R.Aubrey Butterfield Bank (ATM) North Basin 1 Pier 41 Marina & Dive Centre 2 Freeport Seafood Restaurant & Bar 4 Makin’ Waves 5 Dockyard Pharmacy
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Just over a year ago the youngest member of the Dolphin Quest Bermuda (DQB) family, Marley, was born on April 13, 2010. She was named after Marley Beach located in the Warwick Parish of Bermuda. Marley closely resembles her mom, Ely, sharing many physical characteristics including her trademark little wrinkles behind her eyes. Though she is the youngest of the three DQB calves born last year, Marley already weighs 185 pounds and has continued to charm trainers and guests with her eagerness to learn and interact. She puts her full attention and effort into every training session and program, causing trainers to refer to her as “our little genius”. She is an extremely fast learner. Toys are one the many great tools that trainers can use to reinforce our dolphins. Marley’s favorite toy is a hula hoop. She demonstrates great focus as she pokes the hoop with her rostrum in an attempts to turn it vertically in the water so she can swim through it on her own! Marley consistently succeeds at surprising trainers with her rapid learning, leaving us all waiting to see what she will do next! Be sure to say “hi” to Marley at Dolphin Quest, located at the National Museum of Bermuda in Dockyard. Visit www.dolphinquest.com for more information.
COMMISSIONER’S HOUSE National Museum of Bermuda, Royal Naval Dockyard Located within the confines of the National Museum of Bermuda, Commissioner’s House dominates this complex and entire surroundings from its elevated position. Largely constructed between 1823 and 1828, this commanding Georgian ‘house’ epitomizes British imperial style, power and engineering wherewithal during the nineteenth century. An experimental building in several regards, Commissioner’s House may have been the first domestic project anywhere to use cast iron to support its floors and roof. Rescued from near dereliction through a protracted, award-winning restoration, the building—one of the most important on the island—now houses exhibits on slavery, history of tourism, Bermuda’s connections with the West Indies and the Azores and Bermuda’s military and seafaring history. Open during regular Museum hours.
THE BERMUDA CRAFT MARKET AT DOCKYARD Ireland Island, Sandys A unique outlet for Arts and Crafts where artisans display and demonstrate their work – cedar, ceramics, Christmas ornaments, decoupage, dolls, gems, glass, jewellery, needlework, books, maps, prints and more. Open daily, 9:00am - 6:00pm. When the ships are in, the Craft Market stays open until 8:00pm. Dolphin Quest Bermuda Maritime Museum, Royal Naval Dockyard Reserve your Encounter Today! 441 234-4464. Get happily lost in a Bermuda Triangle of fun, swimming with our beautiful dolphins in their ocean water safe haven within the old stone fortress now home to National Museum of Bermuda, one of the world’s most extraordinary naval history museums. Create a magical multi-sensory connection when you touch a dolphin that will touch your heart. Dolphin Quest Bermuda is located at The Royal Navy Dockyard, Bermuda’s premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination and cruise ship terminal, and just a short, scenic ferry ride or taxi ride from anywhere on the island. You’ll share and remember your dolphin moments and your biggest and best smiles ever with our fantastic keepsake photos. Visit the Dolphin Deck Gift Shop onsite for the coolest dolphin shirts, hats, toys, books and souvenirs. GIBBS HILL LIGHTHOUSE Lighthouse Road, off South Shore, Southampton Soaring to 362 feet above sea level, Gibbs Hill is the second oldest cast iron lighthouse in the world. Stalwarts able to climb the one hundred and eighty five spiral stairs to the top will be rewarded by the breathtaking, panoramic views of the entire island. Call before visiting 238-8069. Open daily 9:30am - 4:30pm
HAMILTON AND CENTRAL PARISHES HAMILTON VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE City of Hamilton The Hamilton Visitor Information Centre (VIC) conveniently located next to the Hamilton Ferry Terminal. Here you will find up to date information on transport, events and attractions. Attached to the VIC is Dangelini’s Cafe, offering lattes, smoothies, paninis and fresh baked goodies. VIC open Mon-Fri 9am-4:00pm, Sat 10:00am-4:00pm. Dangelini’s open Mon-Fri 7:30am-5:00pm, Sat 7:30am-4:00pm. Telephone 441 295-1480 THE BERMUDA CATHEDRAL Church Street, Hamilton Bermuda’s very own Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity was constructed after its predecessor on the site was destroyed by fire in January 1884. Open Monday to Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm. (Tower admission $3) For further information call 2924033. THE SESSIONS HOUSE Parliament Street, Hamilton The Sessions House is where Bermuda legislates its affairs. A simple, four-square Georgian structure, the Sessions House was embellished on its southern, ceremonial front during the Victorian era to coincide with Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee in 1887. Tours in the morning 10:30am - 12:00pm and afternoon 2:30am - 3:00pm. For more information call 292-7408. THE CABINET BUILDING AND CENOTAPH Front Street, Hamilton Set back from the street in a park-like setting, the elegant Cabinet Building with its graceful Ionic columns was completed in 1841. This important building houses the Premier’s offices and is where the Senate meets every Wednesday. The Cenotaph outside the Cabinet Building memorializes Bermudians who gave their lives in the two world wars. CITY HALL Church Street, Hamilton Completed in 1960, City Hall is located in the very heart of Hamilton and is the indispensable hub of community activity. It houses the offices of the City of Hamilton and is home to the City Hall Theatre, the Bermuda Society of Arts Gallery and the Bermuda National Gallery. 292-1234.
70 THE BERMUDA NATIONAL LIBRARY Par-la-Ville Park, Queen Street, Hamilton Founded in 1839, the Bermuda Library is a lending library that is also a first-rate reference and research facility. Free Internet service is available. Main library hours are Mon-Thurs 9:00am 7:00pm; Fri 10:00am-5:00pm; Sat 9:00am5:00pm; Sun 1:00pm-5:00pm. Privileges extended to visitors. 295-2905.
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THE BERMUDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY Par-la-Ville Park, Queen Street, Hamilton Abutting the main library, this small museum is a trove of memorabilia integral to Bermuda’s cultural heritage. In addition to fine antique furniture and eighteenth century silver, its holdings include portraits of Sir George and Lady Somers and William Perot, the original owner of the house. Open Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri, 10:00am - 2:00pm. Admission is free but donations are welcomed. 295-2487 THE PEROT POST OFFICE Par-la-Ville Park, Queen Street, Hamilton The quaint little edifice at the bustling junction of Queen and Reid Streets has historical significance that belies its unassuming size. Nineteenth century Hamilton Postmaster and Assemblyman William B. Perot erected the building on the edge of his property, Par-la-Ville, in 1842 and ran it as a post office for 20 years. In 1848 he created his famous ‘Postmaster Stamps’ of which only a handful have survived. FORT HAMILTON Happy Valley Road in Pembroke on the outskirts of Hamilton A sentinel that has been protectively overseeing Hamilton Harbour since 1889, Fort Hamilton with its moat gardens, green lawns, musty dungeons and never-tried artillery is worth a visit. With spectacular views of Hamiton Harbour and the Great Sound beyond it, it is a great place to pause and have a picnic. Open daily 9am-5pm. Admission is free. GOVERNMENT HOUSE Langton Hill, Pembroke This imposing structure is the official residence of Bermuda’s governor, who represents H.M. Queen Elizabeth II. Completed in 1892, Government House was designed by Scottish architect William Hay, whose best-known legacy to Bermuda is the Anglican cathedral in Hamilton. BERMUDA UNDERWATER EXPLORATION INSTITUTE (BUEI) 40 Crow Lane, Pembroke Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI) is just outside Hamilton on East Broadway, 40 Crow Lane. See
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A great way to see Bermuda and all its attractions Regularly scheduled buses operate at frequent intervals to most of the destinations throughout Bermuda which visitors may find of interest. Bus stops are indentified by pink and blue poles. Poles that are pink indicate service inbound to the City of Hamilton. Poles that are blue indicate service outbound from the City of Hamilton. The table below lists many of the destinations that visitors ask us about most frequently. Alongside each destination is the number of the route(s) serving that destination, the appropriate fare zone, and the times buses leave The Central Terminal in Hamilton. If possible avoid the rush hour. The best time to travel by bus is between 9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. and after 6:00 p.m. Destination Route Number Fare Zone* Buses Leave Hamilton** L.F. Wade International Airport 1,3,10,11 14 Zone 09 15 21 33 45 57 Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo 10,11 3 Zone 09 21 33 45 57 Belmont Hills Golf Club 8 3 Zone 05 17 29 41 57 Botanical Gardens 1,2,7 3 Zone 05 15 17 29 41 45 53 Crystal Caves of Bermuda 1,3 14 Zone 15 45 Royal Naval Dockyard 7,8 14 Zone 05 17 29 41 53 Elbow Beach 2,7 3 Zone 05 15 17 29 41 53 Gibbs Hill Lighthouse 7 3 Zone 05 17 29 41 53 Grotto Bay Hotel 1,3,10,11 14 Zone 09 15 21 33 45 57 Horseshoe Bay 7 3 Zone 05 17 29 41 53 Mangrove Bay (Somerset) 7,8 14 Zone 05 17 29 41 53 Maritime Museum 7,8 14 Zone 05 17 29 41 53 John Smith’s Bay 1 3 Zone 15 45 Surf Side Beach Club 7 3 Zone 05 17 29 41 53 Fairmont Southampton Hotel 7,8 3 Zone 05 17 29 41 53 St. George’s 1,3,10,11 14 Zone 09 15 21 33 45 57
* See Bus Fare Information for additional details on 3 and 14 Zone fares. ** Departures on the hour and minutes past the hour from The Central Terminal in Hamilton.
Bus service in Bermuda is operated by the Bermuda Department of Public Transportation (DPT). Bermuda is divided in 14 Zones, each about 2 miles long. Fare Category Cash (Exact change only. Dollar bills not accepted) Tokens Tickets (Tickets are sold in Booklets of 15) Visitor 1-Day Transportation Pass Visitor 2-Day Transportation Pass Visitor 3-Day Transportation Pass Visitor 4-Day Transportation Pass Visitor 7-Day Transportation Pass
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72 the ocean like you have never seen it before! What lies in Bermuda’s depths? BUEI is designed to amaze, excite and inform every visitor about the ocean. Highlights include a simulated deep-sea submersible; taking visitors for a dive 12,000 feet and survive an attack in a shark cage. Other exhibits not to be missed are the Jack Lightbourn Shell Collection, shipwreck artefacts discovered by diver and explorer Teddy Tucker and marine exhibits including a dive bell, a bathysphere and the spacelike Exosuit, an atmospheric diving suit. Great place to visit for all ages! Weekdays 9:00am – 5:00pm, Weekends 10:00am – 5:00pm. Adults - $12.50, Seniors - $10, Children 6 – 17, $6, Under 6 – Free. 441 297-7314. Email: info@buei. org Web: www.buei.org VERDMONT 6 Verdmont Lane, off Collectors Hill, Smiths Parish This fascinating and beautiful old house is one of Bermuda’s most significant historic buildings. Built ca. 1710, Verdmont is a unique example of early Georgian architecture, and has remained virtually unchanged for 300 years. The museum features an extensive collection of antiques including Bermudamade cedar furniture, portraits, English and Chinese porcelain and a child’s nursery. The gardens contain an assortment of herbs, old roses and fruit trees; and the sweeping view of South Shore is spectacular. Come for a guided tour to learn anything about Verdmont or simply to enjoy its peaceful surrounds. Tours can be modified to accommodate any interest whether it be about the people who lived and worked in this house, the collection of Bermuda furniture and antiques, the unique architecture of Bermuda and Verdmont’s place in its history. Hours: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 10:00am - 4:00pm. 236 7369
ST. GEORGE’S AND EASTERN PARISHES St. George’s — a UNESCO World Heritage Site — is where it all began, when in July 1609 the Sea Venture — en route from England to the new colony of Jamestown Virginia — encountered a violent storm and was shipwrecked on Bermuda’s reefs less than a mile off what is now St. Catherine’s Point. Miraculously, all on board survived the disaster and swam ashore to Gates Bay, located at the eastern end of St. George’s. Telephone 441 297-1423 ST. GEORGE’S VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE Town of St. George The St. George’s Visitor Information Centre (VIC) conveniently located at the Globe Hotel, 32 Duke of York Street, St. George’s. (Across from St. Peter’s Church) Here you will find up to date information on transport, events and attractions. VIC open Mon-Saturday 10:00am - 4:00pm
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74 World Heritage Centre Town of St. George Located in the Town of St. George’s, the World Heritage Centre is a key orientation and resource point for visitors of all ages. Celebrating the mission of The St. George’s Foundation, the World Heritage Centre is central to the promotion of the Town and Parish of St. George’s. Lively, interactive histories are told through state-of-the art technology, participatory talks, historical re-enactments, and an (ongoing programme of dramatic presentations, cultural activities and special events). Open to the public Monday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission is $5.00 (adults), $2.00 (children/students). 297-5791 or visit www.stgeorgesfoundation.org THE DELIVERANCE Ordnance Island, St. George’s A full-scale replica of the Deliverance, one of the two vessels that transported Sea Venture survivors on to Virginia in 1610, is located on Ordnance Island across from King’s Square. The St. George’s Foundation have restored the Deliverance and it is now open Monday – Saturday, 10 am – 4 pm. Admission is $3.00 (adults), $2.00 (children/ students). KING’S SQUARE Town of St. George The official, ceremonial centre of St. George’s, King’s Square acquired its name in 1818 when it was named in honour of King George III. Every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday until November 30, 2011, the town crier, colorfully decked out in tunic, breeches and tricorn hat, rings his bell and shouts “Oyez! Oyez!” (Hear Ye!). This is to convene his `tribunal,’ which will mete seventeenth-century justice to a nagging wench at the ducking stool nearby. By all means try out the stocks for yourself. This is a fun photo opportunity. TUCKER HOUSE Water Street The only museum in St. George’s furnished as a period residence, Tucker House offers a glimpse into the lifestyle of a prosperous eighteenth-century Bermudian merchant. Built around 1752, Tucker family treasures are in evidence throughout the house, including fine family portraits by Joseph Blackburn. A Bermuda National Trust property, Tucker House is open Tues - Friday, 10:00am - 2:00pm Admission $5. 2970545 NATIONAL TRUST MUSEUM AT THE GLOBE HOTEL Globe Hotel, King’s Square Across the street from St. Peter’s Church, this distinctive dwelling was built in 1700 by Governor Samuel Day. During the American Civil War its upper floor was occupied by a Confederate Shipping Agent from where he organized the shipment of arms, uniforms and war supplies through the Union blockade to the South. It now houses the Confederate Museum and hosts the “Rogues and Runners” exhibit, highlighting Bermuda’s participation in the American Civil War. Open Mon. - Sat. 10am-4pm. Admission $5.students $2. 297-1423. ST. PETER’S CHURCH Duke of York Street Situated in appropriate loftiness above the main street of St. George’s, St. Peter’s Church is one of the island’s most beloved landmarks and is the oldest Anglican church continuously occupied in the New World. The first church on the site was constructed in 1612 of native cedar and a thatched roof. This original edifice was replaced seven years later by a more permanent structure that lasted almost a hundred years, until the hurricane of 1712. Following this disaster, the church was again rebuilt. Open Mon. Sat. 10am-4pm. Anglican service 11:15am Sundays. THE OLD RECTORY Broad Alley, St. George’s, behind St. Peter’s Church Built in 1699, this charming cottage on one of the numerous picturesque back streets in St. George’s is one of Bermuda’s oldest houses. Acquired in 1700 by Captain George Dew, an unsuccessful privateer who became a St. George’s assemblyman, The Old Rectory acquired its current name when it became the residence of the Rev. Alexander Richardson in the last quarter of the eighteenth century. Outisde viewing only. ST. GEORGE’S HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM Duke of Kent Street and Featherbed Alley Built around 1734 as a private residence, Mitchell House is a fine example of eighteenth-century Bermudian domestic architecture and has been home to the St.
George’s Historical Society since 1920. Open Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Sat. Adults $5, Children under 12 $2 BERMUDIAN HERITAGE ASSOCIATION Samaritan’s Lodge, Intersection of York and Water Streets St. George’s newest museum was formed in 1994 to preserve and document the history of black culture and achievement in Bermuda. Displays include a fascinating assortment of memorabilia relating to the many areas in which blacks have made a contribution since first arriving on the island in 1616: shipbuilding, piloting, construction, nursing, music, sports and politics, to name a few. Open Tues-Sat 10am3pm. Admission $4. 297-4126. TOWN HALL AND THE STATE HOUSE Town of St. George Town Hall, the handsome building commanding King’s Square and bearing the town crest was begun in 1802, a few years after the Corporation of St. George’s was founded in 1797. The State House, located up a gentle elevation behind Town Hall, is one of the island’s oldest, most historically important buildings. Erected around 1620 by Governor Nathaniel Butler, the State House is open to the public 10am-4pm on Wednesdays only. THE UNFINISHED CHURCH Duke of Kent Street, St. George’s The impressive Gothic vestige that looms over the town of St. George’s was begun in 1870 as a replacement for St. Peter’s, which had fallen into a state of serious disrepair. Designed by William Hay, the Scottish-born architect who later drew the plans for Hamilton’s cathedral, the St. George’s church was abandoned in 1899 when near completion. FORT ST. CATHERINE St. Catherine’s Point, St. George’s Fort St. Catherine stands on the site of one of the four towers that Governor Richard Moore erected along Bermuda’s coast around 1613. None of these original towers, the first English forts in the New World, survive. The present, completely restored structure, dates from the mid-nineteenth century and is home to fascinating exhibits including military guns and weapons. Open Mon-Fri 10:00am-4:00pm. CARTER HOUSE Southside Road, St. David’s Carter House was probably built in the 1720s by John Hayward and his wife Martha, reputedly a descendant of Christopher Carter, one of the two Sea Venture survivors who stayed behind when the vessel’s other passengers continued on to Virginia in 1610. Acquired by the St. David’s Historical Society, this small house with its unusual ‘welcoming arm’ stairs has been converted into a museum that commemorates the pre-war agrarian traditions of St. David’s. Open Saturday 10:00am-4:00pm. ST. DAVID’S LIGHTHOUSE Mount Hill, St. David’s Constructed of Bermuda stone, this 55-foot structure is one of two local lighthouses. Lit for the first time in 1879, its fixed white light enabled navigators to take cross bearings with the flashing beacon emitted by Gibbs Hill lighthouse way up the coast in Southampton. Open 9-4, Mon-Fri from Nov - Mar. Admission is free. CRYSTAL CAVES & FANTASY CAVES Wilkinson Avenue, Bailey’s Bay Two young boys discovered this magical underground world comprising stalactites, stalagmites and a clear, fifty-five foot deep lake by accident in 1905. Subsequently it has become a leading attraction for visitors who can now also visit a nearby sister site, Fantasy Cave. A café and a gift shop are also located on the premises. Crystal Caves, which is on the bus route between Hamilton and St. George’s, is open seven days a week except on public holidays that occur during the winter months. Open 9am - 5pm. Last tour for Crystal Caves 4:30pm, last tour for Fantasy Caves 4:00pm. Admission – One Cave Adults $20.00, Children $8.00. Both Caves Adults $27.00, Children $10.00. Ages 5 thru 12 are considered children. Children under five enter free. 293-0640. THE BERMUDA AQUARIUM, MUSEUM AND ZOO Flatts Village Located in picturesque Flatts Inlet since 1928, this ever-evolving educational institution has over the years become one of the island’s leading destinations for tourists and residents alike. It is a must-see for anyone with children. Open daily 9am-5pm except Christmas Day. Last admission is 4 pm. Admission: Adults $10, children $5. 293-2727.
Bacci Fairmont Southampton | 441 238 8000 | www.fairmont.com/southampton Italian with a Passion! Delight in authentic Italian Cuisine delivered with fine dining flair in a stylish yet relaxed family atmosphere. Chef Clady’s has creatively blended the very best of classical Italian traditions with the latest world-class cooking trends to create a symphony of original recipes and blended flavours from select regions of Italy. Inspired by the pastel and romantic beauty of Bermuda, Bacci is a celebration of life, wine and great food. You will always be greeted with hospitality, warmth and enthusiasm. Open for dinner from 6pm -10pm. Dress Code is Smart Casual
DAILY HAPPY HOUR
Terrace overlooking Southampton’s majestic South Shore
SERVING DELICIOUS FOOD ALL DAY Enjoy Dancing the night away with lively entertainment. Call us for details
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
WEDNESDAY: 20% OFF SUSHI TAKE-OUT
LUNCH & DINNER SUNDAY BRUNCH SUSHI BAR
Enjoy our great BBQ on our Lower Terrace. RESERVATIONS CALL 441- 238-1977 OR EMAIL: HENRYS@LOGIC.BM • WWW.HENRYS.BM 69 South Shore Road, Southampton, Bermuda
77 BERMUDA BISTRO AT THE BEACH 103 Front Street, Hamilton | 441292-0219 www.thebeachbermuda.com Bermuda Bistro at the Beach offers Morning Breakfast 10am-12noon, Full Lunch Menu 12noon-6pm, Evening A La carte Dinner Menu 6-10pm & our Popular Bar Menu 6pm-Midnight, Monday through Thursday Friday and Saturday 6pm-2am. We also have great Lunch and Dinner Specials featuring the Islands freshest seafood and produce. Our Bar is open 7 days a week from 10am3am serving Exotic Island Cocktails, Frozen Drinks, Eclectic Martinis, Frothy European Draughts, U.S. Domestic Beers & European Imported Bottle Beers. We also have a wide selection of Liquors including Premium Tequilas, Vodkas, Rums, Gins, Scotch & Whiskeys. MondayThursday Happy Hour 4pm-7pm & Fridays 4pm-8pm. We also have a great selection of Wines by the bottle or try one of our great house wines by the glass. Catch all the Sporting action with 5 giant Plasma TVs. Watch NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, English & Scottish Premier League International Rugby, Cricket and many other Major Sporting Events. Bolero Brasserie 95 Front St, Hamilton, 441 292-4507 www.bolerobrasserie.com Bolero Brasserie opened in April 2007 and in just over four years has been awarded five ‘Best of Bermuda’ awards, most recently ‘Best Fine Dining’ and the ‘Award of Excellence’. Bolero’s entrance is tucked down a narrow alley-way off Front Street, giving the place a sense of secrecy, a place that ‘only the locals know about’. Like a typical local neighborhood joint with a busy, lively, and bustling Brasserie/Bistro atmosphere, the clientele all seem to know each other at Bolero and are clearly there for the same reasons; good food, friendly efficient service, and an overall enjoyable relaxed dining experience. If the service staff don’t already know you, you will feel like a ‘regular’ by the time you leave. Assistant managers George and Nick will make sure of this! Owner and Chef Jonny Roberts and his kitchen team produce a menu that he terms “simple, honest, and unpretentious”. His new cook book ‘Chefs Don’t Feel Pain’, not only reveals the secrets of Bolero’s current culinary success, it also includes tales about the personal life of the man behind the scenes; not for the faint hearted, Jonny’s very truthful and at times blunt account of life in ‘Chefdom’ will Continued on page 80
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If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is because everything would be what it isn’t. And contrary-wise; what it is it wouldn’t be, and what it wouldn’t be, it would. You see? – Alice in Wonderland One of Bermuda’s best-kept secrets is the Mad Hatters restaurant hidden in the City of Hamilton around a winding corner from both directions. I say it is a best kept secret because every time I hear someone mention that they went to or are going to Mad Hattars another pipes up and says “where is that, i keep hearing about it?” Walking into Bermuda’s little piece of Wonderland you will first step foot into the outdoor gazebo filled with trees, plant pots in all colours and sizes and the general feeling that you might spot a rabbit dashing across the room. Entering into the main dining room pick out a Mad Hat and be seated, you are officially in Wonderland. The décor will keep you noticing Wonderland inspired accents for hours. You might notice Chef Benjamin Jewett peak around a corner to see your facial expression as you dive into a delectable gourmet meal. Where are you from and how long have you been here with us in Bermuda? I am originally from The Isle of Wight, England. I trained in Philadelphia and since arriving in Bermuda I have worked at the Lobster Pot, Waterlot Inn, Newport Room and now Mad Hatters for the past 5 years. Tell me about the menu at Mad Hatters, I have heard it is quite different for the average restaurant. Here at Mad Hatters the specials change daily, lunch menu changes every week and the dinner menu changes every 8 months or so. Each menu is based on soups, salads, red/ white meat and vegetarian. Our desserts are also random and change often, all homestyle and all fresh ingredients.
I have also heard that Mad Hatters is a hot spot for Parties. What types of parties are held here? Staff parties, birthday parties, Christmas Parties, corporate dinners and meetings, rehearsal dinners, hen nights, stag nights. Mad Hatters is a great place to break the ice especially between families. A lot of the parties will order big plates and everyone will share. For example we will do a roast turkey, sirloin steak, leg of lamb and all of the sides and fixings, one table will share this platter style. Have you ever had a disaster in the kitchen? Apart from myself, usually with a hangover it can be a really bad day but it is entirely my fault and it would be bad practice to blame anyone else but myself. No matter what goes wrong we manage to get through things. Ovens go, exhaust fan breaks, the kitchen might flood, things don’t work forever. Disasters make for an interesting kitchen. Everyday is a challenge but somehow we seem to get through. Do you have a signature dish? We create a wild mushroom soup served in a tea pot with coconut chili milk served in a milk jug all to be poured over Julienne wild mushroom snow peas and peppers served in a bowl. It pairs well with an oaky Smokey white wine that would bring out the flavors of mushrooms but crisp enough to hold itself against the chili milk. It is like afternoon tea (Alice in Wonderland) – the tea party before the chaos. WINE SUGGESTIONS Quin-Sae A. Smith | Goslings
L.Latour Ardèhe Chardonnay 2008 Babich Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2010 Banfi Gavi Principessa Bordolese 2010 Have you cooked any memorable meals? Everyday is memorable and every dish is memorable. I am more of a food entertainer. It is all about the expression on people’s faces when they are enjoying their meal. Kid’s are different; they are the hardest clients to please. Do you have any particular goals’ for the future? I’ve accomplished allot of goals already. Today I am a head chef where I can do what I like. A lot of other chefs have to go with trends and work daily from set menus. Here we create cuisine from all over the world. We change the menu when we feel like it and come up with new lunch meals every week. At Mad Hatters we have the freedom to bring you internationally inspired menus. We change the menus daily and it is a lot of fun
80 make you chuckle! As Bolero tends to fill up quickly, avoid disappointment and reserve a table ahead of time. Current menus can be viewed, and reservations can be made on www.bolerobrasserie.com or call 441 292 4507. BONE FISH BAR & GRILL 6 Dockyard Terrace, Dockyard 441 234 5151 | www.bonefish.bm This dynamic restaurateur captivates his customers with his enthusiasm for life and his work in particular. Chef Livio’s new venture in Dockyard has inspired him to create his menu with an emphasis on cuisine that he feels suits the island’s lifestyle. Chef Livio began his training at age eleven in Cortina D’Ampezzo Italy where he was born and raised. He proudly relates how he has cooked for famous people such as President Carter, Michael Douglas, David Bowie, Iman and even the President of Italy. “I always chose to work in an environment of a very high standard, alongside many respected head chefs”, thus he trained and worked in some of Italy’s most prestigious hotels and restaurants, always remembering that to be the best chef meant “your heart was in your hands!” The happy atmosphere in his lively restaurant is enhanced by the fun music, the wonderful indoor/outdoor bar and dining, and of course the views of the waterfront. CAFÉ Amici Clock Tower Mall, Sandys | 441 234 5009 | www.bonefish.bm Café Amici is an Italian family style restaurant in the heart of historic Dockyard. It is a place for friends and family to gather and enjoy the spirit of Italian culture and cuisine - enjoying laughter, exceptional food and each other. Executive Chef and owner, Livio Ferigo, has created a menu with many of his favorite childhood dishes that he enjoyed while growing up in Italy. Café Amici offers a friendly intimate atmosphere with its casual attire and simple, uncomplicated and affordable Italian cuisine. Visit us for a full Italian fare and don’t forget about our Bermuda Cod Fish and Potato Breakfast every Sunday from 9am to 12pm. Open 7 days a week. Serving breakfast 9am to 11am and lunch until 4pm. Open for dinner 6pm to 9pm.
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BERMUDA’S BEST DINER Standard daily specials: Mon Beef Stew Tue lamb Shoulders Wed oxtail Stew Thurs hoisin BBQ pork Ribs Fri Curry Chicken Sat BBQ Chicken Comes with your choice of starch and Veggie. In addition to these specials we serve many other daily specials but these are standard each week without fail.
open: Monday to Saturday 6am - 10pm Sunday 7am-3pm, reopen for dinner 5pm-9pm Centrally located on 235 Middle Road, Southampton Tel:
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81 Frog & Onion Pub Cooperage Building, Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys | 441 234 2900 www.frogandonion.bm The Frog & Onion Pub is one of Bermuda’s most unique restaurants. Located in the historic Cooperage at the Royal Naval Dockyard, a leisure walk from King’s Wharf and the Ferry Dock. Come for lunch, dinner or sample the popular beers brewed on site by our own Dockyard Brewing Company. The Pub has four Dining Rooms, the Cooper’s Room with the famous Giant Original Stone Fireplace as its centerpiece, the Admiral’s Room which is great for private parties and the bar where you can watch your favourite team on one of our large flat screens. There are two outdoor dining areas, the Beer Garden Patio and the Victualling Yard Deck where you can sit and view the amazing historic stone buildings that surround it. The Craft Market, Maritime Museum & Art Gallery are our neighbours. We also have our Ballast Logo Gift Shop so leave plenty of time for your visit as there is lots to do and see. Henry VIII Restaurant & Bar 69 South Road, Southampton 441 238 1977 | www.henrys.bm Come and discover the unique atmosphere of Old English Charm and Hospitality. A true favorite of locals and tourists alike, Henrys has been one of Bermuda’s premier restaurants for over 35 years. As you enjoy the breath taking views of the south shore we will offer you a vast menu choice of sumptuous dishes to tantalize you taste buds. Let us tempt you with our selections from traditional English dishes and European cuisine, to Bermuda’s freshly caught local fish and our famous Bermuda Fish Chowder. If sushi is your choice, enjoy many different creations at Bermuda’s best sushi bar. Enjoy our great entertainment or simply come and unwind and join us for Happy Hours whilst sitting on our outside terrace to soak in the scenery. Let our friendly staff take care of you. Dine in or Take Out. Homer’s Café AT MASTERWORKS MUSEUM OF ART Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, Botanical Gardens, Smiths Parish | 441 236 2950 | www.masterworks.bm Homer’s Café is the newest addition to the Masterworks Museum! Homer’s serves a selection of baked goods, sandwiches, salads, soup, quiche, specialty coffees and daily lunch specials. Afternoon Tea is served on Thursdays and Saturdays from 2pm-4pm. Order picnic baskets
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Thanks to seven generations of patient distilling and blending methods, Gosling’s rums are widely regarded around the world, but alas, not widely available. So there are many unique treasures to explore and savor in Bermuda, and these are three of them: Our flagship Black Seal Rum, our newest, Gold Rum and our absurdly slowly made, Old Rum.
Gosling’s Rums. The Spirit of Bermuda. Excessive alcohol consumption may be harmful to your health.
• Two Duty Free Store locations at the Airport • Bermuda’s only company that specializes in Duty Free sales • We service ALL commercial flights, 365 days a year • All popular brands of liquor, cigarettes, perfumes and watches plus Bermuda specialties and GosIing’s Black Seal® merchandise • Duty Free shopping made convenient with no packaging mistakes and no missed deliveries
Allowance is generally 200 cigarettes and one litre of liquor per passanger. Please call for further details
FREE DELIVERY to Cruise Ships and Yachts
Avoid Disappointment Order Early! (Yachts require purchase of goods 24 hours prior to departure).
Corner of Front & Queen Streets, Hamilton 298-7337
84 to go for a picnic in the park and enjoy a choice of gluten free products. Sit inside or out, Monday – Saturday, 10:30am–4pm.
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Southampton Tel: 238-8580 (at the Golf Academy)
Bermuda’s favorite Indian and Continental cuisine Dine in everyDay Lunch 11:30am - 2:30pm Dinner 6:00 pm – 10:30 pm Reservations Recommended Take OuT Cafe Monday – Sunday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Extensive Indian, Continental and Oriental menu.
Our food has been widely and enthusiastically commended for its flavour, quality and value for money.
ISLAND CUISINE RESTAURANT 235 Middle Road, Southampton | 441 238 EATS (3287) | www.islandcusine.bm Island Cuisine is a favorite family eatery for Bermudians as well as tourists. Our prices are comparable to U.S. and our food can’t be beat. We pride ourselves on our extensive menu, breakfast served all day, Kids Meals, and homestyle cooking. We do not cook with Trans fats or MSG. We start every day with fresh ingredients - mix in a lot of love and cook up the delicious food that keeps folks coming back. You’ll love our Bermudian favorites, such as Fish & Chips, pan fried Rock Fish with lemon & butter sauce, Oxtail Stew, Fish Cakes, Hash Cakes, Burgers, Curry Chicken, Roti’s, Sweet & Sour, Salads, Potato Salad, Rice and Peas and delicious Macaroni and Cheese, Soups, Fish & Clam Chowders and the list goes on. Now serving Wine and Beer. It’s worth making the effort to come on by 235 Middle Road. Jasmine Fairmont Southampton | 441 238 2555 www.fairmont.com/southampton The Place for the Quintessential Martini. Elegant and relaxing, Jasmine is the ideal spot for meeting, greeting or simply relaxing, any time of the day. Your favourite cocktails are served throughout the day along with an elegant selection of light entrees, snacks, sandwiches, salads and pizza. In the evening Jasmine steps up the pace from 6pm - 1am with live entertainment for your listening pleasure. Don’t miss Jasmine’s traditional afternoon tea with all the trimmings; freshly baked scones, jams and delightful tea sandwiches, served daily from 3pm - 5pm. Lemon Tree Café Queen St., Hamilton | 441 292 0235 www.lemontree.bm Stop by Lemon Tree Café for breakfast or lunch. Enjoy a gorgeous garden setting patio. At 5pm every Friday “Your favorite City of Hamilton Happy Hour adventures start at Lemon Tree with live entertainment, an outdoor Tiki bar and expanded outdoor lounge into Hamilton’s Par-la-Ville Park. Lobster Pot and Boathouse Bar 6 Bermudiana Road, Hamilton 441 292 6898 | www.lobsterpot.bm The Lobster Pot and Boat-house Bar is
441 292 4507 MONDAY - FRIDAY | LUNCH: 11:30 am - 2:30pm | DINNER: 6:00m - 10:30pm SATURDAY | DINNER: 6:00m - 10:30pm SUNDAY CLOSED
86 Bermuda’s oldest fish eatery and has a faithful following amongst locals and visitors alike. Service is friendly, prices reasonable and the menu enticing. With the very best variety of seafood specialties available, the Lobster Pot is a ‘must visit’ for anyone who enjoys fine food, friendly service and memorable dining. The staff welcomes you for lunch Monday-Friday from 11:30am and dinner from 5:30pm. Saturday from 5:30pm and Sunday from 6pm. Closed on public holidays. Reservations advised. North Rock Brewing Co. 10 South Road, Smiths | 441 236 6633 | www.northrockbrewing.com The restaurant offers a wide and varied selection of dishes from around the world with an emphasis on seafood and English pub favorites. Seating is offered in three distinctly different areas; our ever-popular mahogany trimmed pub, the sophisticated atmosphere of the dining room (100% smoke free) or our spacious patio. Ocean Club Fairmont Southampton, Southampton 441 238 8000 | www.fairmont.com/ southampton Located beachside at the Fairmont Southampton resort, is an enticing twist of contemporary South Beach style. Relax in chic decor surrounded by an inspiring ocean view. Savor tantalizing delights that blend Asian ingredients and European techniques, giving each bite an international explosion of flavors. Popular menu offerings include Miso Marinated Butterfish, prepared with organic Shiso leaves, baby Bok Choy and Yuzu citrus sauce. Seared Scallops wrapped in applewood-smoked bacon are infused with aromatic spices that stimulate the senses. And each dish is prepared by world-class chefs and presented with flawless service. There has never been a restaurant in Bermuda like the Ocean Club. Come enjoy Red Carpet Bar & Restaurant 37 Reid Street, Hamilton | 441 292 6195 or 441 295 6774 Look out for the red canopy and take a walk into the Red Carpet Bar & Restaurant on Reid Street. You won’t be disappointed! An experience in fine dining and excellent service awaits you. Red Carpet is located in the heart of Hamilton serving an eclectic array of quality continental dishes and fresh seafood. Bermuda Rockfish, seafood, kettle, tiger shrimp, Black Angus beef, rack of lamb just to name a few. The bar area is a popular gathering spot for locals and visitors who enjoy the comfortable, relaxing atmosphere with a refreshing cocktail.
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Monday to Friday: Lunch: 11:30am to 4:30pm Dinner:
4:30pm until closing
Saturday: 5:30pm until closing Sunday:
6:00pm until closing
Closed Public Holidays
Located on the corner of Bermudiana & Gorham Roads in Hamilton. Reservations
Bermuda’s premier seafood restaurant for more than 35 years. Sailors and landlubbers meet to enjoy the best in fresh fish and other delicious food for lunch and dinner. This summer, enjoy bistro dining on our patio.
Bermudaâ€™s #1 sports Bar M LIV US E IC !
FOOD, DRINKING, MUSIC, SPORTS, BROADCASTS, TRIVIA NIGHT
Conveniently located in Hamilton, offering traditional pub fare, as well as our famous pizza. We offer state of the art satellite coverage of all your favourite sporting events and teams. Sit inside and revel in our lively atmosphere or sit outside on our oversized patio. We offer superior service in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
441 295 3314
25 RiCHmond Road, PembRoke T. 441 295 3314 WWW.RobinHood.bm
88 Robin Hood Pub & Restaurant 25 Richmond Road, Pembroke | 441 295 3314 | www.robinhood.bm The Robin Hood…a fine Pub & Restaurant! We are conveniently located in Hamilton, offering traditional pub fare, as well as our famous pizza. As Bermuda’s # 1 Sports Bar, we offer state of the art satellite coverage of all your favorite sporting events on 15 different plasma screens, including but not limited to Football, Rugby, Cricket, Tennis, NFL, NHL, NBA, and NASCAR. Sit inside and revel in our lively atmosphere or sit outside on our oversized patio. Join us every Tuesday night for the Island’s most popular Quiz Night! We offer superior service in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Bermudian & English Dishes Outside Dining
Swizzle Inn Bailey’s Bay, 441 293 1854 or 87 South Shore Road, Warwick | 441 236 7459 www.swizzleinn.com Bermuda’s oldest and most famous pub has something for everyone at our locations in Bailey’s Bay and South Shore, Warwick. We are home to the best, and the original, rum swizzle. Our kids’ menu makes us a great choice for the whole family. Come visit us for good food, great
Take Out Service Live TV Sporting Events (Satellite) English Soccer at the weekends including PrEmiErE LEaguE, Plus Fa CuP LivE Also NaSCar
Best Take-out Deli and Happiest Happy Hour Monday – Friday serving breakfast and lunch 7:30am-4pm Tiki Bar Open Monday to Thursday 4pm until 9pm Take-Out Dinners Monday to Thursday 4pm until 7pm ‘Apas and Tapas’ in the Park Wednesday 5pm until 9pm
Open 7 days a week
Friday – Wine Down Happy Hour from 5pm-12am
11:00am until 1:00am.
Lunch: 11:30am - 4:00pm.
Dinner: 6:30pm - 10:00pm.
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TWO GREAT RESTAURANTS IN DOCKYARD
Sit down to exquisite views of Bermudaâ€™s cool, breezy Great Sound, an award winning chef/owner and plenty of great food. Located on the corner of the Clocktower Mall, open 7 days a week. Serving breakfast 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and serving lunch to 4:00 p.m. Open for dinner 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Bermuda Cod Fish and Potato Breakfast every Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Call: 234-5009
Bar & Grill
Located opposite the ferry dock in Dockyard, open 7 days a week. Serving lunch 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Open for dinner 6:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Call: 234-5151
Both establishments offer reasonably priced menus filled with great sandwiches, snacks, seafood, high-grade meat, homemade pastas, excellent wine list, draft beer, the best choice of frozen drinks and desserts to die for. Catering is available too.
90 prices and a fun time. For all your Swizzle Inn and Swagger Out clothing and other items, check out the popular Swagger Out Gift Shop at both locations. Take-out available. Open from 11am to 1am seven days a week with food served until 10pm.
BAR & RESTAURANT A local gathering place for refined continental dining. Delightful seafood dishes.
h Lunch 11:30 - 3:00pm Dinner 6:30 - 10:00pm Closed Sundays and holidays All major credit cards accepted.
h 37 Reid Street, Hamilton. Tel: 295-6774 Fax: 292-6195 Email: email@example.com
Somerset Country Squire 10 Mangrove Bay Road Somerset | 441 234 0105 Blessed by the scenic tranquility of Mangrove Bay as its focal point, the Somerset Country Squire finds itself ideally located for the picturesque and relaxed lunches at very reasonable prices. Set on a sun-drenched terrace lined by palm tress. During the evenings, you can also dine a la carte at affordable prices, with hospitable and friendly service. Downstairs offers a bar with a strong sporting theme, providing excellent satellite coverage of a wide variety of sports, mixed in with an old English atmosphere, of course lots of local character. When you call the Somerset Country Squire, you finally realize you’ve arrived in the true heart of the island. Waterlot Inn Fairmont Southampton | 441 238 8000 www.fairmont.com/southampton Steeped in Bermudian History. The magnificent and historic Waterlot Inn, gracefully nestled dockside on Jew’s Bay, has been offering breathtaking sunsets over 320 years and proudly boasts the AAA Four Diamond Award. Beamed ceilings and an inviting and gracious décor provide a wonderful setting to enjoy savoury Prime Steaks to please the most discerning steak connoisseur. Service is impeccable and friendly. The beautiful outdoor terrace and adjoining gardens are an ideal spot for a pre-dinner cocktail. You are guaranteed the best steak in Bermuda. Open each evening from 6pm - 10pm. Dress Code is Smart Casual. Jackets optional. Windows On The Sound Fairmont Southampton | 441 238 2555 www.fairmont.com/southampton Windows on the Sound offers breathtaking views of the Great Sound and an amazing breakfast extravaganza boasting Omelette and Waffle Stations, Smoked Salmon, Breakfast Pastries and Breads and many other morning favourites. On Saturdays, try their new “English Breakfast” and on Sundays, their traditional and famous Bermuda Breakfast Buffet featuring authentic Bermudian cusine.
SWIZZLE INN SOUTH SHORE & B A I L E Y ’ S B AY
Bermuda’s premier pub and restaurant and home of the Rum Swizzle Outdoor patios | Non-smoking areas Family friendly with a kid’s menu Swagger Out gift shop Live entertainment all summer
Open Daily 11am – 1am ~ Food served 11am – 10pm Now at two locations!
3 Blue Hole Hill, Bailey’s Bay. Tel 441-293-1854 87 South Shore, Warwick. Tel 441-236-7459
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De Kuyper Blue Curacao Pama De Kuyper Triple Sec Lemon Juice Goslings Grenadine Shake and pour, top up with sprite, garnish with raspberries Espresso Martini (Marvin Style) Espresso Amurula Kaluah Belvedere Vodka Vigorously shake and strain into a martini glass.
93 Whether your sitting off at the Seabreeze Terrace having drinks and delicious small plates or your are having lunch or dinner at Mickeys Beach Bistro & Bar you will have died and gone to heaven. The ambience is unforgettable – every time. It is absolutely a must if you are a visitor to the island and if you don’t take your visiting guests to this hot spot, it could be why they don’t want to come back and visit you again. When you stop in look for Charlie or Marvin and try one of their fabulous drinks!
Mickeys Bar & Bistro, Elbow Beach Sea Terrace, Paget
Strawberry Bliss Belvedere Vodka Strawberry Puree Sour Mix Shake and pour into a cocktail glass Strawberry Margarita Jose Cuervo Especial Tequila Fresh Strawberries Blend, pour into shaker with ice, shake it up and then pour into a hurricane glass. Garnish with fresh strawberries
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with Barry Cohen The Pumpkin Patch References to pumpkins date back many centuries. The name pumpkin originated from the Greek word for “large melon” which is “pepon.” “Pepon” was nasalized by the French into “pompon.” The English changed “pompon” to “Pumpion.” Shakespeare referred to the “pumpion” in his Merry Wives of Windsor. American colonists changed “pumpion” into “pumpkin.” The “pumpkin” is referred to in The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater and Cinderella. Native Americans dried strips of pumpkin and wove them into mats. They also roasted long strips of pumpkin on the open fire and ate them. The origin of pumpkin pie occurred when the colonists sliced off the pumpkin top, removed the seeds, and filled the insides with milk, spices and honey. The pumpkin was then baked in hot ashes. Here are some unique recipes using pumpkin. I hope you enjoy.
Frisee, Radicchio, Pumpkin and Asian Pear Salad with Hazelnut Vinaigrette Recipe Ingredients 8 cups torn frisee , rinsed and spun dry 1 cup diced Pumpkin (Cooked) 1 head of radicchio separated into leaves, rinsed, spun dry, and shredded 2 Asian pears (available at specialty produce markets), cored and cut into 1/2-inch pieces 3 tablespoons white-wine vinegar 1 teaspoon Dijon-style mustard 3 tablespoons hazelnut oil or walnut oil (available at specialty foods 3 tablespoons olive oil 1/4 cup hazelnuts, toasted and skinned and chopped Directions In a bowl combine the frisee, the radicchio, pumpkin and the pears. In a small bowl whisk together the vinegar, the mustard, and salt and pepper to taste, add the oils in a stream, whisking, and whisk the dressing until it is emulsified. Toss the salad with the dressing, divide it among 8 salad plates, and sprinkle each serving with some of the hazelnuts. SUGGESTED WINE Eroica Riesling Chateau Ste. Michelle/ Dr. Loosen 2008 “Very pale straw-yellow. This lively, refreshing wine has a delicately sweet edge to its pear and floral flavors, lingering effectively on the focused finish. Drink now through 2013” Retails: $27.50
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96 PUMPKIN and CHICKEN ENCHILADAS Ingredients 8 corn tortillas (the corn flavor goes really well with the pumpkin, I promise) 4 tablespoons of cilantro 1 pound chicken, shredded 2 roasted green chiles, chopped small 6 oz. of white sharp cheddar cheese, shredded Sauce 1 can of pumpkin puree (15 oz) 3-4 cloves of garlic, peeled 1 jalapeno (remove seeds) 1 teaspoon chile powder 1/2 teaspoon cumin 2 teaspoons of salt 1/4 teaspoon of pepper 1 1/2 cups of chicken stock Directions Preheat your oven to 425˚F. In a blender, puree pumpkin, jalapeno, chicken stock, garlic, chile powder, cumin, salt, and pepper. Place 1 cup of this sauce in the bottom of an 8 inch glass casserole dish. In a bowl, combine shredded chicken with green chiles, cilantro, and/or scallions and season with salt and pepper. Place some of the chicken mixture on each tortilla and then lay the tortilla seam side down in the casserole dish. Pour the remaining sauce over the enchiladas. Top with cheese. Bake for 20-25 minutes until cheese is melted and casserole is bubbly. SUGGESTED WINE: Paco & Lola Albariño 2009 Straw-colored yellow with green reflections, clean and very bright. Intense and elegant, its aromas bring to mind dew drenched fresh herbs and fine hints of green apples. Citric, with crisp floral notes on the finish. Light acidity gives it freshness with excellent mouth feel. Retail : $24.75
Pumpkin and Black Bean Casserole Ingredients 1 1/2 cups cooked black beans (or one can, rinsed and drained) 1/2 cup corn, fresh or frozen 1 medium onion, finely chopped 1/2 bell pepper, finely chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon ancho chili powder (or other mild chili powder) 1/8 – 1/2 teaspoon chipotle chile powder (to taste) 15 ounces canned tomatoes, drained and liquid reserved* 1 pound pumpkin 3/4 cup soymilk or other non-dairy milk 1/2 cup nutritional yeast 3 tablespoons cornstarch 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon mustard powder 1/2 teaspoon Spanish paprika 1 tablespoon tahini (optional) Directions In a large bowl, combine the black beans with the next 8 ingredients and set aside. Cut the pumpkin in half. Set aside one half for another use and peel the other half. Cut it into very thin slices about 1/4-inch thick and 2 inches long. Preheat oven to 425˚F. Spray a 2-quart casserole dish with canola oil. Lay one-third of the pumpkin slices in the bottom of the dish, and sprinkle lightly with salt and pepper. Cover with half of the bean mixture. Repeat layers with another third of the pumpkin and the remainder of the beans. Finish with the final third of the pumpkin slices. In a blender, combine the reserved *tomato liquid (about 1/2 cup) with the soymilk and remaining ingredients. Blend well and pour over the pumpkin. Cover tightly, and bake for 30 minutes. Remove the cover and bake for 20-30 minutes, until sauce is thick and bubbly and pumpkin is tender. SUGGESTED WINE: Byron Santa Barbara Pinot Noir 2009 The dominant themes are dark berries, cherries, rose petal, red plum, brown spice and smoke. This is a forward, approachable wine that displays the beautiful floral/mineral character typical of Santa Barbara Pinot Noir. Retail: $23.00
Bermuda is a mere dot on the map, but its history and culture are diverse and complex. When visiting Bermuda, pick up the latest "This Week...
Published on Oct 3, 2011
Bermuda is a mere dot on the map, but its history and culture are diverse and complex. When visiting Bermuda, pick up the latest "This Week...