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Five New Hyper-Local Island Experiences in the Caribbean

A Caribbean vacation used to mean staying inside the gates of a resort, feet in the sand and piña colada in hand. No longer. There’s a new world of reasons to explore farther afield.
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Marigot Bay, St Lucia
The New Delhi–born chef at St. Lucia’s Spice of India—one of the best South Asian restaurants in the Caribbean—recently opened this spin-off in the Capella Marina at Marigot Bay. Along with its authentic curries and...
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Norman Island, British Virgin Islands
Located on Norman Island (said to be the inspiration for Treasure Island), this new beach-club-by-day, fine-dining-restaurant-by-night is more upscale than most of the yachtie beach bars in the BVI. The dishes run from conch ceviche to lobster...
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Reef devastation is a sad reality in much of the Caribbean, but this new project is a happy exception. In 2015, the Coral Restoration Foundation Curaçao started a nursery of PVC pipe and floating buoys where staghorn, elkhorn, and other...
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Rue Samuel Fahlberg, Gustavia, St Barthélemy
The menu at this high-end French-Japanese fusion restaurant in Gustavia runs the gamut from classic (tuna tataki, duck confit) to creative (the Kova’s Roll, made with spiny lobster and asparagus, topped with salmon and avocado). The personable...
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1300 Ashford Ave, San Juan, 00907, Puerto Rico
If you’ve been to Venice, California, in the past 13 years, this vegan restaurant in San Juan that’s part café, part lounge, part art gallery will seem familiar. The delicious fare ranges from island favorites like tostadas to sophisticated...