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Why Martinique is the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean

 By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton WE’RE SOMEWHERE near Saint-Esprit, stopped on the side of the road at Willy Poul’, a poulet boucane-focused food truck. The chicken is superb, with a resplendent garlic curry sauce, and it makes me think …

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St Croix Has Another Hot New Restaurant: Braata

 By Alexander Britell Is there a hotter foodie destination in the Caribbean right now than St Croix? The largest of the United States Virgin Islands has become a hub of creative, high-level eateries in recent years, from recent standouts like …

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Why to Try a Taste of St Croix

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Long one of the region’s most beloved food festivals, the Taste of St Croix is returning again for 2018. While in previous iterations the festival focused on a culinary competition, this year’s event will be different, …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff One of the Caribbean’s hottest culinary scenes just got even hotter with the addition of another exciting eatery. It’s called Club Comanche R.A.W., and it’s situated on the ground floor beneath the historic Club Comanche …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Trinidad and Tobago’s national culinary team took home the top honors in the latest edition of the Taste of the Caribbean competition in Miami last week. The team beat out 11 other national culinary teams …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff Looking for a new culinary getaway in the Caribbean? Roseau, Dominica’s Fort Young Hotel is welcoming a special guest executive chef, with Jamaica’s Kevin Broderick coming to the hotel to host two special epicurean experiences. …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Princess Cruises is launching a new Culinary Cruise Series featuring a pair of top Miami chefs, the line announced this week. Sailing out of Fort Lauderdale in February, Miami-based chefs Brad Kilgore and Scott Linquist …

 It’s never been easier to get to the French Caribbean – and it’s never been cheaper, either. And right now, you can fly to the island of Martinique, one of the most exotic and fascinating destinations in the Caribbean, for …

 The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism has named St. Croix chef Ralph Motta as its newest Culinary Ambassador. The department announced that the executive chef of Motta Cuisine will represent the U.S. Virgin Islands at various in-market activations and …

Dine Around St. Lucia

 There’s a new way for foodies to experience the island of St. Lucia. The Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association Inc. is launching a new initiative called “Dine Around St. Lucia.” The event kicks off at Zaika The Taste Restaurant on …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Travelers are increasingly making their vacation decisions on food — a factor that’s led to the creation of the first-ever Caribbean Culinary Council. The brainchild of Caribbean hotelier Karolin Troubetzkoy, the executive director of St Lucia’s …

 Some of Bonaire’s top restaurants have banded together to create a new way to taste the island’s booming culinary scene. It’s called the Bonaire Culinary Passport, and it offers visitors the option of having dinner at three restaurants: Cuba Compagnie, …

 By Alexander Britell It’s home to great beaches, world-class rum and one of the most beautiful historic cities in the Caribbean. And while the US Virgin Island of St Croix has long tended to stay under-the-radar as a tourism destination, …

 What to watch for in the Caribbean culinary scene By Fernando FrancoCJ Contributor Every year, I look forward to the emerging food trends because I am always on the lookout for fresh sources of inspiration in my kitchen.  These are …

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor St Barth hotel Le Sereno is announcing a new partnership with London restaurateur Guiliano Lotto. Known for his contributions to the London culinary scene (The Arts Club, La Petite Maison, Il Barette, and more), Lotto is …

 On a small island teeming with high-quality restaurants, finding a good meal isn’t hard. But on one as pricey as Grand Cayman (the only Caribbean territory with a dollar worth more than the U.S. dollar) finding a good meal at …

 Another way to taste the archipelago By Dana NilandCJ Contributor The second annual BVI Food Fete, a month-long cultural culinary event, returns to the archipelago this November, offering visitors a one-of-a-kind dining experience as they island-hop around the BVI. The …

 Debuting in September By Dana NilandCJ Contributor Flavors of Curaçao, a new annual gastronomy event, is coming to the island this September. The event will be held at Kleine Werf and hosted by Curaçao’s hospitality association, CHATA. Attendees will have …