The eats are reasonably priced & very tasty, the deck outside is relaxed and comfortable with a great view for watching the goings-on along the Bay, or you can munch a vegetarian or seafood roti and other local treats while picking up your email from back home. All in all, a nice little break along the waterfront!
Favorite Dish: Check out the menu at the web link below, yum!
Read a little about the pirates' legacy of the Last Resort & Bellamy Cay here:
Black Sam Bellamy & Bellamy Cay
Owner Tony Snell has become reknowned for his own brand of music & entertainment at the piano bar in the Last Resort Restaurant, making this a highly popular night spot for the yachties moored nearby in Trellis Bay.
Favorite Dish: Meals served are international fusion style, lots of fresh seafood of course, and delicious tapas.
If you want to go low-budget, or only want a little something to tide you over, just grab a snack from the shelves at the Trellis Bay Market, and either eat on the dock benches or join some of the local guys at the picnic tables provided outside the market. They'll catch you up on the local news & gossip, and spin a few funny stories along the way.
Right next to the Beef Island Guest House is another local hot spot for occasional live music & good local eats, de Loose Mongoose. They serve breakfast, lunch & dinner as well as bar snacks, but only Tuesday through Sunday so keep that in mind (and if it's closed, you can head down the beach to another one of the eateries close by). Sunday nights feature BBQ night with live music by popular local bands.
Favorite Dish: See menu here:
de Loose Mongoose Menu