Four Unusual Places Where You Can Have Dinner in the Caribbean


By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon
CJ Travel Editor

When it comes to Caribbean culinary experiences, dinner on the beach or on your balcony is really no big deal. But at these four resorts, the dining experience is elevated from the expected to the extraordinary, unfolding in unusual venues that somehow make every bite taste better.


In A Field

Combining organic eats and a pastoral setting is no problem at Jake’s in Treasure Beach, Jamaica, which hosts monthly dinners served al fresco at an elegantly set communal table in the middle of a nearby farm.


In A Cave

At The Caves resort in Negril, Jamaica, a private dinner in a seafront cave illuminated with votive candles and strewn with bougainvillea blossoms can only mean one thing: one love.


In A Sugar Mill

On Nevis, the centuries-old sugar mill at Montpelier Plantation is now one of the region’s most romantic dining venues, perfect for a candlelit dinner a deux. Propose here and she’ll have to say yes.

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In Bed

At Aruba’s Screaming Eagle dressing for dinner means dressing for bed. That’s because patrons at this hip French Fusion restaurant can choose to dine in one of several platform beds draped with diaphanous curtains. Just don’t get crumbs in the sheets.

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