A new culinary event is coming to Antigua and Barbuda in May, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The first-ever Antigua and Barbuda Restaurant Week will celebrate the island’s buzzing food scene, with 14 days of special menus, international chef appearances and a “Food and Art experience.”
Antigua and Barbuda Restaurant Week will be focused around a range of prix-fixe menus at participating eateries around the country, with fixed prices of $25, $50 or $75.
And that includes the island’s top eateries, from Sheer Rocks and Catherine’s Cafe to Rokuni and the new Wild Tamarind, among others.
The event will also feature several special events, including the “Eat Like a Local” promotion, which gives Antiguans and Barbudans who own local eateries, food spots or simply love cooking to showcase their experiences.
On May 21, the event will conclude with the “A&B Food and Art Experience,” a grand finale that lets guests “experience Antigua and Barbuda by taste, smell, sight and touch.”
For more, visit Antigua and Barbuda Restaurant Week.