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Where to Eat and Drink in Barbados

Barbados’ dining venues range from unassuming beach bars and roadside food shacks—offering little in the way of formal presentation but serving singularly delicious fare—to gourmet restaurants celebrated for innovative gastronomy. Barbados’s colonial past has engendered multicultural culinary influences, and visitors will experience fare drawn from Caribbean, Chinese, Indian, Italian, Mexican, Thai, and Polynesian cultures.
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Sherman's, Clinketts BB27190, Barbados

At the Fish Pot, right on the water on the northwest coast outside of Speightstown, grilled lobster and seafood platters are as fresh as you’d expect. The ambiance is one of wicker chairs in an old stone fort house with wooden floors and...

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Lemon Arbour, Barbados
Lemon Arbour began as just another one of the many rum shops that can be found all over Barbados, but as its reputation for spectacular local dishes grew, so did the actual shop. Now, Lemon Arbor has become the place to go on Saturdays for an...
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Henrys, Bridgetown, Barbados
There's simply no better place to get Caribbean spiny lobster on Barbados than Lobster Alive. Fact. Why? Because practically every lobster sold in every restaurant on the island comes through this one unassuming location. The problem is that due...
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Oistins, Barbados

Friday is fish day in the Caribbean, and the village of Oistins, on Barbados’s southern coast, hosts its famous Oistins Fish Fry. During the week, market stalls sell fresh dorado, barracuda, swordfish and more. Come Friday night, locals, dressed...

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Worthing, Christ Church, Barbados
Located on the island's unassuming south coast, down a street that doesn't even have a name (which isn't uncommon in Barbados) sits a little beach bar called the Carib. Wander up to the wood deck and smile at the Bajan waitress pulling double-duty...
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Durants, Barbados

Enormously popular, the Cliff Restaurant indeed sits right over the sea in Saint James Parish, and all of the tables on its two levels afford fine views. Many of the seafood dishes, such as curry mussels and chargrilled swordfish,...