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The Best Restaurants and Bars in St. Vincent and the Grenadines

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St. Vincent and the Grenadines are home to a wide variety of restaurants, from fine-dining spots in luxury resorts to authentic local joints on St. Vincent and Union Island. Don’t miss the great beach bars on Bequia and, if you’re lucky enough to be visiting Mustique, the famous Basil’s Beach Bar on Britannia Bay.
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A popular stop for boaters, the AYC Bar and Restaurant serves all day long, starting with fresh-baked bread and pastries in the morning, then moving on to sandwiches and salads during the day and a full menu of local fish, fresh pasta, and...
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On the ultra-exclusive island of Mustique, Basil’s Bar is a stargazer’s paradise—and not just at night. It’s a favorite of celebrities, meaning you never know just who will be seated at the next table. A series of roofs...
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At Firefly Bequia Plantation, the restaurant and bar overlook a 28-acre plantation and the sea beyond. While the restaurant is open to hotel guests and visitors alike, breakfast is mostly a local affair. Just like at sister property Firefly...
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Whether you come for a drink, an appetizer, or a full meal at Flow Wine Bar and Kitchen in downtown Kingstown, you won’t be disappointed. The atmosphere is cool, with flickering candles and soft music, and the kitchen serves a wide range of...
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The upstairs porch at Gingerbread Restaurant is the perfect spot for an alfresco lunch or candlelit dinner. Here, you can enjoy everything from salad and roti to fish and chips while gazing out over Belmont Walkway and Port Elizabeth Harbour. If...
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A tiny, man-made island in Clifton Harbour built with discarded conch shells, Happy Island is really just a small bar where you can tie up for a while and have a drink, a meal, and a conversation with Janti Ramage, the island’s joyful...
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Steps from the sand on Princess Margaret Beach, Jack’s Beach Bar is the perfect spot for an alfresco lunch, happy hour on the terrace, or both. It’s a good choice for dinner, too, although landside access is tricky, with lots of stairs...
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At Paradise Beach Hotel Restaurant on Villa Beach, about 15 minutes south of Kingstown, you can get a meal of local specialties like crab back, Creole chicken, grilled fish, and lobster straight from the holding tank, along with a picture-perfect...
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Near the far northeastern tip of Bequia, the Sugar Reef Café is a breezy spot just steps from the crashing sea. Here, diners can enjoy healthy, locally sourced dishes for both lunch and dinner, from fish roti with mango chutney and...
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A favorite of celebrities visiting the Grenadines, The Firefly Restaurant serves fresh, sustainable seafood and local produce, mainly grown at sister property Firefly Bequia Plantation. Enjoy the modern Caribbean fare and views of Britannia Bay,...
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The Frangipani’s waterfront location—on Port Elizabeth’s Belmont Walkway—serves it well. Boaters appear at sundown to salute the day with a drink and welcome the night with tasty Caribbean cuisine. Here, the gourmet West...
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Housed in the Mariners Hotel overlooking Villa Beach, The French Verandah Restaurant satisfies diners with delicious French cuisine, prepared with a Caribbean twist. Expect such unique dishes as lobster crêpes and fish in green pepper sauce,...
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Wallilabou Anchorage is a favorite stop for boaters looking for a meal and landlubbers exploring St. Vincent’s leeward coast. About an hour’s drive north of Kingstown, the restaurant serves breakfast, snacks, sandwiches, and West...
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A two-minute ferry ride from St. Vincent’s Villa Beach brings you to Young Island—the first of the Grenadines. Here, the Young Island Resort welcomes guests and visitors alike to its beachside restaurant for casual breakfasts, local...