How to Taste the Best of Bermuda Right Now

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - January 10, 2018

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Bermuda’s fast-growing culinary scene is on display again this month with the latest edition of Bermuda Restaurant Weeks.

The annual program will feature 51 local restaurants this year, from the newly-opened Divots at Belmont Hills and Astwood Arms on Front Street.

The event gives diners the option of two-course lunch menus priced at $22 and three-course dinner menus with three price tiers of $32, $42 and $52 at all participating restaurants.


Of those, 37 restaurants have debuted special Bermuda-inspired menus, with a focus on serving local Bermudian cuisine.

“We are delighted to see the continued growth of Bermuda Restaurant Weeks,” said Bermuda Tourism Authority Chief Product and Experiences Development Officer Pat Phillip-Fairn. “For a market our size, three dozen restaurants is a great showing.  To have 51 is outstanding. It gives visitors and residents a wide selection to choose from and confirms that Bermuda Restaurant Weeks successfully drives revenue into local restaurants at a time when the extra business is very much welcomed.”

Six restaurants are new to Bermuda this year or rebranded, including Astwood Arms, Mad Hatters, Tapas, Mediterra, Divots and Boundary Sports Bar and Grille.

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