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Patrick Bennett, the cofounder of the travel site Uncommon Caribbean, shares where to eat with the locals. This appeared in the Nov/Dec 2015 issue.
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Balanced atop stilts on a hillside far from Antigua’s fabled beaches and high-end resorts is Buba’s Hideout, a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it pocket of authentic West Indian food. Once you step in, you’re family. Buba runs the kitchen while his two...
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On a recent visit to Ital Creations, located on the Fari Organic Farm near Basseterre, the capital of St. Kitts, I sat down to a lunch of fire-roasted breadfruit topped with lentils in a green vegetable sauce. Because Ital—a Rastafarian diet—is...
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Boulevard de Grande Case, Grand-Case, St Martin
Many claim that St. Martin is the Caribbean’s foodie central. And while some of the most refined expressions of French Caribbean Creole food can be found along the island’s restaurant row in Grand Case, the more down-home version is a little...
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Worlds away from the tourist crush in Punta Cana, on a pothole-pocked dirt road outside the sleepy coastal town of Las Terrenas, stands one of my favorite places to eat in the Caribbean, Restaurant Luis. Just steps from Playa Coson, white plastic...