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A New Restaurant in Grand Bahama

 Above: the grand opening ceremony at Dockside in Grand Bahama By the Caribbean Journal staff A new restaurant has opened its doors in Grand Bahama. The Dockside Restaurant and Sports Bar opened this week in Grand Bahama’s West End. The …

A New Seaside Restaurant in Turks and Caicos

 A new place to eat in Providenciales By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor The Alexandra resort on Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands has just added a new seaside restaurant, Asú on the Beach. Asú means “sunset” in Taino, the …

This is the Caribbean’s Best New Restaurant

 ORANJESTAD — It’s in an old art deco building in a quieter part of Oranjestad, a section of Aruba’s capital you may not know. But at the heart of this old commercial building is something very special. It’s called Wilhelmina, …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff Rosewood Mayakoba has announced what it calls a new restaurant “concept” at the resort property on Mexico’s Caribbean coast. La Fondita is located in the recently opened El Pueblito, a “replica” of a Mexican village …

 Major marina project continues growth By the Caribbean Journal staff Barbados’ new Port Ferdinand Marina and Luxury Residences has announced the opening of a new spa and fine dining restaurant. The project, developed by luxury resort brand UNNA, is a …

 Asu on the Beach set for debut By Dana NilandCJ Contributor The Alexandra Resort is set to open a new beachfront restaurant in early October. The restaurant is to be named Asú on the Beach, which means “sunset” in Taino, …

 A wonderful eatery in Grand Case By Alexander Britell SAINT MARTIN — It’s hard to find a bad meal on Grand Case Boulevard. In fact, it’s just about impossible. The question, then, is where to eat, whether at the waterfront …

 Hearing (and tasting) Curaçao By the Caribbean Journal staff They gather here every Sunday. Here at Jaanchie’s, perhaps the most famous restaurant in Curaçao, a place that has been here for almost eight decades. Set in a ranch-style building in …

 Above: a Delmonico steak at BLT Steak in New York By the Caribbean Journal staff World renowned eatery BLT Steak is coming to Aruba. The restaurant, which has more than 15 locations around the world including Hong Kong, Tokyo and …

 Above: a Milos restaurant in Miami By the Caribbean Journal staff Global Greek restaurant Estiatorio Milos is coming to Atlantis Paradise Island. The restaurant, which has six locations around the world, is slated to debut in the Bahamas in the …

 Above: Fiya in Brooklyn By the Caribbean Journal staff It’s likely the first of its kind in the world: a kosher, vegetarian Caribbean restaurant. And it’s in one of the great Caribbean outposts outside of the region. It’s called Fiya, …

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor Marcus’, the new restaurant by famed chef Marcus Samuelsson, opens at Bermuda’s Hamilton Princess & Beach Club (formerly the Fairmont Hamilton Princess) on May 27. The menu will feature the chef’s signature style of globally-influenced …

 Above: Lolo’s (Photos by CJ and Joey Pasion) By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor HARLEM — Reggae’s pumping from the speakers overhead, and I can’t help but nod my head to the beat as I chew on a slice of fried plantain. …

 Above: Chef Marcus Samuelsson By the Caribbean Journal staff Bermuda’s Hamilton Princess and Beach Club resort is set to debut a major new restaurant on the island. On March 27, the property will unveil Marcus’, the new signature restaurant by …

 Above: Sheer Rocks, Antigua ASK JUST about anyone in Antigua for their favourite restaurant, and the response will come without hesitation: Sheer Rocks. And soon after you sit down at this eatery high on the cliffs of the Cocobay Resort, you’ll understand …

 Above: Le Bistro (CJ Photo) By Alexander Britell ANTIGUA — Searching for a great meal takes steps. A right turn here, then another, then up a hill and down a quiet street. The signs point you, egging you on, convincing …

 Above: La Cantina in Bonaire By the Caribbean Journal staff Some of the Caribbean’s most brilliant culinary minds have opened a second eatery. Kim van Dijk and Rick van den Broek, the brains behind At Sea Bonaire, Caribbean Journal’s Caribbean restaurant …

 Sure, we all come to the Caribbean primarily for the natural beauty. But Caribbean food is also one of the world’s greatest treasures — a blend of histories, cultures, tastes and identities as varied as you will find anywhere on …