Bermuda Restaurants

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Bermuda Restaurants

  • Home of the Famous Rum Swizzle

    The "Swizzle Inn" is famous in many realms for being the creator of the cocktail known as the "Rum Swizzle," a drink made of two types of Gosling's Bermudian Rum, Grenadine and fruit juices. "The Swizzle," as it's known locally claims it's also the oldest pub in Bermuda as it was established in 1932. The Swizzle Inn was definitely on our list as a...

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  • Dockyard Favorite

    While doing research for our trip to Bermuda, King's Wharf and the Royal Naval Dockyard in particular, one place that I often saw mentioned was the "Frog & Onion Pub." The unique name of the pub comes from the fact that the Pub was established in 1992 by a Bermudian (The Onion) and a Frenchman (The Frog). The cooperage building where the pub is...

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  • Fair Trade Coffee & Wi-Fi Internet in...

    Update: Even though St. George's still appears to be plaqued by the current worldwide economic situation, I was pleased to see on our recent trip in April, 2013, that it was still in business!Not far from the ferry landing in St. George's we happened upon the rather new "CV Cafe" in a renovated space on Water Street. Open only since July, 2011, the...

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  • great prices, service, and home-style...

    This restaurant is located right in the centre of Hamilton. It's one of the few places in town where you can go in for a fast meal for a low price (by Bermudian standards). Service is fast and friendly, and the home-style food is just excellent. It is truly a local restaurant where you can get some traditional Bermudian meals, run by locals.Menus...

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  • The best fun restaurant

    This place is a true landmark in Bermuda. It is famous for the Swizzler Rum drink sold everywhere on the island. They serve them in pitchers ...nice and cold and also frozen ( my favorite.It's a fun atmosphere...people leave their calling cards . They're all over the walls.The place is always busy. It's across from the Crystal caves and easy to get...

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  • HIGH afternoon Tea

    Lighthouse Tea Room 68 St. Anne's Rd, Gibb's Hill Lighthouse, Bermuda The Lighthouse Tea Room is a classic English/Bermuda tearoom it has a really beautiful view of Great Sound. The Lighthouse serves a full Englishafternoon tea complete with Devonshire cream and homemade scones. This is a magical British Bermudian atmosphere that is quit literally...

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  • A St. George Pub

    Since we had the American plan which included breakfast and dinner, we usually only ate lunch out. This pub is right on the square in St. George so it is ideally situated for lunch. It has seating right outside on the canal for good weather. They have the typical Bermuda shutters on the window. We ate there in 1995.I have found out from information...

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  • Don't miss this place!

    Great food and nice medevil atmosphere. In the same vicinity as the naval dockyard. Meal and service were both really good. Order the burgers!They also have great beer which comes in a glass you can keep.

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  • Henry VIII is Overrated

    What I had hoped would be a special evening with my family was not helped by going to this establishment. I had heard that this restaurant had special appeal in its atmosphere, food, service, etc. But I found it to be very disappointing. The atmosphere was nice, but not much different from any restaurant with a English Pub theme. The food was good,...

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  • Authentic, delicioso Italian food

    This restaurant is a can't miss. It is run by Italians and the food says it all. We were amazed by the reasonable costs. The staff was friendly and the decor was fun paying homage to the motherland. It can be packed particularly when the cruises come in. It's all great - the pizza, pasta, and gelato!

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  • EXCELLENT Seafood and atmosphere

    The Lobster Pot is a can't miss. It has a great atmosphere with friendly staff and cozy seating. Make a reservation - this place is not a secret. We had the fish with bananas/almonds - a Bermudian specialty that is outstanding, and of course, the lobster, which was excellent. Even the desserts were off the charts.

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  • Sample five local microbrews

    The Dockyard Brewing Company is actually the in-house microbrewery associated with THE FROG AND ONION PUB. There is a small covered patio area outside of "The Frog" over at Dockyards which is signed as "The Dockyards Pub". Basically, the items available at "The Dockyards Pub" are also on tap for The Frog and Onion Pub.There are five different...

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  • Hungry at the Dockyards? Hop to the...

    The Frog and Onion is one of Bermuda's most recommended pubs. For a lunch or dinner out at dockyards, it's an excellent choice. This place is named for its owners, one French (le FROG) and one Bermudian (the ONION). They have an excellent selection of food and spirits, and it's served in a friendly and typically pub manner. Many of the specialties...

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  • Saddle up at the White Horse for lunch!

    The White Horse is a great place for atmosphere, and some decent pub grub as well. Located right on the harbor at St George, in King's Square, White Horse is a good place for a pint or a bite. There are dining areas both inside and outside (under an awning).They have a nice collection of salads and sandwiches for the lunch menu, and several meat...

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  • Swizzle Inn/Sw(ST)agger Out

    The Swizzle Inn is one of Bermuda's most well-known and beloved pubs. They claim to be the source of the rum swizzle drink that's lapped up all over "the rock". And while others have swizzles, The Swizzle Inn feels theirs are, by far, THE most potent. Their unabashed motto is "Swizzle Inn, Swagger out". I personally think that STAGGER out might be...

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  • A cool treat while wandering St. George

    The only day that we really found weather to be an obstacle was when we visited St. George. We spent much of the day wandering in and out of stores, picking them as much for their rain refuge as for their wares. And of course, we kept thinking of reasons to stop in for coffee or tea or a snack to escape the precipitation.One of the better choices...

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  • Post-spelunking nibble

    If you happen to get the munchies before or after your trip to Crystal Cave/Fantasy Caverns, the little Cafe Ole onsite is a decent place for a lunch-snack.Friendly folks, pretty decent fast food and fairly inexpensive. Let me say friendly folks again, SUPER nice staff working there.Now, if you want to eat a larger meal, it's only about 0.5 km from...

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  • Another Dockyard option

    We didn't eat here either, but I've been told by several folks that it was very good. It's one of the newer places out at the Dockyards. And BTW, I know there is a chain of restaurants in America called "The Bonefish Grill"...I think it's part of the same bunch that does Carrabbas Italian, etc. I don't think THIS establishment is associated with...

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  • Wahoo! It's the Lobster Pot

    The Lobster Pot is a long-time Hamilton eatery, featuring the best seafood offerings. As you'd guess from the name, they do feature lobster dishes, which seems a bit different given that they bring most of them in from Maine. But, I'm told their lobster is fresh and perfectly prepared.The Pot has quite a few other nautical offerings, and if I...

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  • Stereotypes are sometimes true (see...

    Beethoven's is actually two different restaurants housed in the exact same space. For breakfast and lunch, it's pretty informal with a menu geared towards casual dining...maybe not casual pricing of course, this IS Bermuda...but casual dining. But at night, they apparently add candles to the tables, lower the lighting and turn into what Lonely...

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  • Burgers and Dogs at Horseshoe

    We spent a morning and early afternoon out at Horseshoe Bay Beach, on Bermuda's south coast. When it came time for lunch, we went up to the little Horseshoe Beach "cafe", which was really just a fast food stand. We'd picked an EXCELLENT day to come to Horseshoe. Based on the advice our our b&b hosts, we came on a day when there were ZERO cruise...

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  • Great Front Street Pub

    Didn't actually eat here, but a family staying at our bed and breakfast said it was a good choice. Harry and Marlie Powell, owners of the b&b, also recommend the Onion.Checking its menu and prices, it seems to have a lot in common with the Hog Penny, food-wise. However, it does turn more into a rock and roll joint in the evenings. So, if pub food...

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  • Hogging pub history in Hamilton

    The Hog Penny is one of Hamilton's historic pubs. They've been serving happy customers for about fifty years, which means that they were here and cooking back when I lived in Bermuda. Being a little kid, I didn't hang out in pubs much, though.The Hog Penny name comes from original coins used in Bermuda that were called Hogges or Hog Pennies. They...

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  • "Kind of" an Irish Pub in Hamilton

    Located in downtown Hamilton, in a second story abode at 69 Front Street, Flanagan's advertises itself as Bermuda's only IRISH pub. I can't vouch for the complete truth of that statement, and I'm not totally sure Flanagan's is a genuine IRISH pub. Sure, it's got plenty of shamrocks and Irish-themed food and drinks. But, then again, so does the...

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  • Classy without being stuffy

    I'll go ahead and label Bouchee as "French" because that's what THEY say in the Free "Key to Bermuda Restaurants" guide. And, I guess Bouchee does SOUND French.But, I'd say it's more a local place, as they include a lot of local seafood options for dinner. Perhaps they do add a bit of continental flair to presentation, but in reality, it's quite...

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  • One of the best known local dine-out!! U...

    Hands down one of the most popular eating establishments locals love to go to.The staff and owners are very laid back and friendly. Some might say a little too friendly but that is why most people make this a gathering place. - Sorry as of April 2008 this fav local haunt closed its doors for ever.. I'll be updating more so keep a look out for some...

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  • Dont go without coming here

    In St.George, visit White Horse Tavern, conventiently on the square. You can stop for lunch or dinner, after visiting the model of the Deliverance that started the population and popularity of Bermuda. Fish is excellent here.

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  • Leave something for next time!

    'Bermuda's oldest pub and restaurant and home of the rum swizzle'.Outdoor patios on two levels.Non smoking / kids welcome.Live entertainment all summer.'Swizzle Inn, Swagger Out'The 'wallpaper' in this restaurant is actually the hand-written scribblings of generations of past patrons. I wouldn't say there's any room left on the walls but you may...

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  • Ther Oldest pub in Bermuda

    Walls covers with graffiti and roof cover with business cards. Close to Crystal Caves and the airport. Bermuda rum swizzle drink ( made with rum and citrus juice) ; Conch fritters.

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  • Inexpensive restaurant

    This is one of the inexpensive restaurant in Bermuda They have a fix menu. Three size: small, medium and large...$7, $9, and $11. Six sauces and three different kind of pasta. lasagna, and salad.

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  • A traditional British pub In Hamilton,...

    The Hog Penny Restaurant and Pub in downtown Hamilton claims to be the original inspiration of for the "Cheers" pub of TV fame in Boston Massachusetts.It opened in 1957 and is Hamilton's oldest licensed establishment and part of the dark and stormy trail.It is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m. Lunch is 11:30 a.m. to...

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  • A little quirky restaurant in Hamilton

    The Pickled Onion, open since 1999, is considered a "casual upscale" restaurant with waterfront views and a balcony along with a covered patio for a wide variety of seating.They consider the high season as May through October and during this time there is live entertainment 7 days a week.The P.O. is open for lunch (11 a.m. to 5 p.m.) & dinner (...

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  • Silver Spoon (Victoria St,...

    Silver Spoon (Victoria St, Hamilton at Burnaby Street) Best burgers in the Atlantic. Granted, there's no McDonalds, no Burger King, no fast food at all, Silver Spoon more than makes up for the loss. Most probably the best priced food on the Island. (Tourists will have a hard time finding this gem, but if you walk 4 blocks up from Front Street,...

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  • Top Notch

    This restaurant was one of the best I have ever eaten at. It was reccomended to me by a friend. I eat out a lot and the food was awesome! The service was polished. There was soft piano music playing in the background. Bring your credit card, you will need it, but it is well worth it. The lamb was melt in your mouth.

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  • A world-famous pub you must see &...

    Swizzle Inn Pub & Restaurant-Bailey’s Bay (North Shore)This is Bermuda’s oldest pub & restaurant sold its 1st rum swizzle drink in 1932 according to local lore.There is live entertainment during the summer months, a gift shop on premise and an outdoor patio and verandah for dining and drinking.The pub has a "casual fun"-- with a sports bar...

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  • Elbow Beach Resort-Sea Horse

    We decided to get the Battle of the Chefs meal for about $105 per person. This included a six course meal with matched wines. You could also go without wine for $60 per person. It was so divine. The wines were perfectly matched and very high quality. We all thought this was the best dining experience we had ever had. The filet mignon was so good...

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  • Great fish and chips!

    Nice quiet outdoor terrace (and inside dining too) with a bar and view of the water. Umbrellas are on the terrace. The place had a few other customers, but overall, it was a nice quiet place to have lunch and relax. I think Somerset Village is a place most people don’t visit based on the number of tourists I saw. Tony and I had the fish and chips,...

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  • Go for the food and ambiance

    The Carriage House Restaurant is located in an 18th century vaulted brick building in historic St. George’s, with a garden patio overlooking the harbour.The table service is elegant and friendly at the same time. We went only for lunch but I'm sure dinner would be wonderful!! The chowder is wonderful and would rate up there with the best on the...

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  • A place to eat at Dockyard

    This is a good spot to stop for lunch and dinner . The surroundings are colorful and cheery...with hot pink tables and chairs. Enjoy scenic views of the Great Sound in the Royal Naval Dockyard while dining outdoors on the terrace...no reservation necessary!!We loved it here, really friendly spot . The place was hopping on Tues night when we were...

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  • Pickled Onion - a lively eatery and Bar

    We really enjoyed this spot . It had a relaxing atmosphere with lots of visitors and locals alike. It's an upscale but casual restaurant, bar and nightspot, with good sized servings at reasonable prices. The view is wonderful from the outside deck too!!They have entertainment most nights....( not when we were there though) I had the jambalaya and...

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  • Tables on front street

    We had our anniversary dinner here . The food was just so so....I had rock fish and it was overdone and kind of salty.If you go, I would suggest eating indoors. The outdoor tables are right on the side walk...not much ambiance!!On the plus side , the service was good and friendly. My husband had the seafood platter.. that was a pretty good...

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  • THe Lobster Pot

    If you are looking for some good fresh seafood , you can't go wrong with the lobster pot . The only drawback is it doesn't have a ocean view , whioch is always so nice in Bermuda but it has a nice decor and a friendly staff. They offer a choice of several different preparations of fresh rockfish that is hard to beat....good value for Bermuda at...

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  • A hearty meal place

    This place is well known by the locals and has been around for 25 years. The wait staff are friendly and efficient. It's a warm inviting place to go for lunch and dinner. The prices are reasonable too.....so is the wine!!They also have take out!! I had the spagettii and it was wonderful. My husband ha dthe seafood pasta and it was a huge dish and...

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  • A romantic Spot

    The food is good here but really I would go back for the view....right on the beach lovely for lunch or dinner.Very elegant and friendly wait staff!! The shrimp wrap was fresh and wonderful. But lunch for two , with bottled water...no dessert is $50.00

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  • Real Bermudan elegance

    This Circa 1670 building below in the Photo holds one of Bermuda's most elegant and elaborate restaurants. The service is wonderful, with Island waiters and European training. Start with the excellent fish chowder made with local fish or the seafood ravioli -- oh a VTer to dye for dish. Than the grilled fish-of-the-day over a plate of local (you...

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