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The Culinary Flavor of St Barths

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Bonjour, and welcome to your introductory course to the culinary flavor of St Barths. St Barths may look nothing like France, but there's a culinary cord that connects the two countries across continents and oceans. Embrace fine French cuisine flecked with Caribbean influences at some of the most remarkable restaurants in all of paradise – some dishes come with premium French price tags attached, while others, like superb local island fare, can be had for a song.
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Anse de Toiny, Toiny 97133, St Barthélemy
Dinner at Le Toiny Restaurant is a full frontal assault on the senses; as if the spectacular ocean-side setting were not enough, the culinary witch doctors at Le Toiny, led by executive chef Jean-Christophe Gille, whip whimsical French classics...
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St Barthélemy
From elegant beachfront dining to laid-back lunches and romantic sunset-studded dinners, this is a great St. Barths beach bar and restaurant. Located right on the sand of Shell Beach, Do Brazil features a menu of appetizers, burgers, and entrées....
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Saint Barthélémy
The Caribbean is a destination for all types of travelers—scuba divers, sailors, sunbathers—but when you want a dash of European party to season your vacation, head to St. Barth's, often called the St. Tropez of the Caribbean. Around St. Barth's...
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D209, 97133, St Barthélemy
Le Guanahani suffered major damage during Hurricane Irma and plans to reopen in late 2019.

Le Guanahani sits on an 18-acre peninsula on the northeastern tip of St. Barths between Marigot Bay and Grand Cul-de-Sac Bay. A recent $40 million...
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Grand Cul de Sac, 97133
Following renovations made necessary by Hurricane Irma, Le Sereno plans to reopen on December 1, 2018 with completely redesigned rooms as well as a new restaurant, beach lounge, retail store, spa, and fitness facility.

Le Sereno is an intimate...
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Grand Cul-de-Sac, St Barthélemy
Did you know that St. Barths had a lagoon? It is located in an area called Grand Cul-de-Sac. The waters are transparent, warm, and shallow: You can actually walk across the lagoon, with water rising just up to your waist. The best place to enjoy...
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Gustavia, St Barthélemy
Jimmy Buffet has been a visitor to St Barths since the 1970s. He can usually be found there in the last days of December, jamming with some friends in one restaurant or another. Right in the center of Gustavia, the capital city, stands a dive bar....