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Harlem’s Great New Caribbean Restaurant (With Some Cape Cod, Too)

 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. …

A Game-Changing Restaurant in Bermuda?

 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 …

Why This is Antigua’s Must-Visit Restaurant

 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 …

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 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 …

 Above: Sarjai’s in Anguilla (All photos by CJ) By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon CJ Travel Editor ANGUILLA — With more than 100 restaurants spread over its 35 square miles, Anguilla is a bonafide Caribbean dining destination. And now, just in time for …

 Above: the Doubletree by Hilton San Juan By the Caribbean Journal staff The Doubletree by Hilton Sasn Juan hotel has named Patrick Dawson the property’s new executive chef. Dawson comes to the Doubletree from the Mahogany Run Golf Course in …

 Above: The Beacon in Soufriere, St Lucia (All photos by CJ) SOUFRIERE — You don’t have to eat here. You could sit at the bright-green tables and just look out at one of the most spectacular views in St Lucia, …

 Above: ArubaVille By the Caribbean Journal staff Aruba’s newest restaurant has opened its doors. It’s called ArubaVille, and the eatery is located at the former home of the Marandi restaurant. After a “complete transformation,” the property, which is located behind …

 Above: the new Great House at Kittitian Hill’s Belle Mont Farm By the Caribbean Journal staff St Kitts’ Kittitian Hill development has officially opened the Great House of its Belle Mont Farm hotel, which is set to debut in December. …

 Above: Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach By the Caribbean Journal staff The Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort & Spa has completed its multi-phase renovation with the launch of its new Beach House restaurant. The eatery, which was …

 Above: Elements By the Caribbean Journal staff A new restaurant on Aruba’s Eagle Beach has debuted with one primary focus: natural and organic cuisine. The eatery, Elements, is located at the Bucuti & Tara Resorts in Aruba, with a combination …

 Above: the Waterfront restaurant at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad Port of Spain is the bustling metropolis of the English-speaking Caribbean, and it’s a city that truly never sleeps. In the heart of the capital’s downtown, there’s one spot that’s always …

 Above: the view from Ballahoo (CJ Photo) THERE’S NO BETTER PLACE to watch the bustle of St Kitts’ capital, Basseterre, than the Ballahoo Restaurant. The eatery, which was founded in 1982, one year before St Kitts and Nevis became an …