If you’re on the hunt for the perfect vacation destination, then you already know that a lot of planning goes into booking your dream getaway. It starts with the destination, but often evolves into something else entirely.
Ultimately, your decision to click the coveted “book now” button comes down to your personal vacation preferences and the overall experience that you can expect when visiting that destination. For most vacation goers, that starts and ends with food and drink. After all, what’s a tropical vacation without a few pina coladas and fabulous beachfront dining?
So, take the guess work out of your next Antigua & Barbuda vacation and visit us for our inaugural Restaurant Week celebration!
Spanning 14 days (May 7 – 21, 2023), Restaurant Week combines three delectable reasons to visit Antigua:
– Incredible Food
– Wonderful People
– Amazing Culture & Heritage
Of course, we leave the important decisions to you…like which restaurants will you and which dish will be your favorite!
Although, with the wide variety of delicious cuisine, special menus items and even drink specials, choosing your appetizer or entrée may very well be the most difficult decision you have to make during your stay. That is, until the dessert course!
Luckily, you’re not limited to just one fabulous restaurant per stay, or even per evening. Antigua and Barbuda’s Restaurant Week features a myriad of on-island restaurants from fine dining to local favorites with fixed price menus from USD $25, $50, or $75.
To sweeten the deal, call 800.858.4618 today and enjoy an INSTANT $500 AIR CREDIT while supply lasts!
INSTANT $500 AIR CREDIT
MUST call 800.858.4618 and book one of the three participating resorts shown below by March 31, 2023. Offer valid for new bookings for stays during any portion of May 7-21, 2023.
Antigua & Barbuda’s 2023 Restaurant Week includes many of the most fantastic and popular restaurants on the island of Antigua!
* Restaurants may choose to offer their prix-fixe menus at specific times, so it’s important to check this website for details and updates or contact the restaurant directly.
Where Can I Eat?
Wild Tamarind Restaurant
Just steps from one of Antigua’s 365 white-sand beaches (Ffryes beach), the Wild Tamarind Restaurant features native influences of the Mediterranean region, from Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, Turkish (Ottoman), and Greek, without forgetting the many fresh ingredients from the land and sea of the Caribbean.
Contact Info: reservations@tamarind-
Nestled into a cliff on Antigua’s eastern shore, Rokuni features an Asian-inspired menu serving up Eastern dishes alongside a mesmerizing space for long-breezy afternoons in the sun or chic, romantic evenings beside a sprawling cliff-front pool, and other various luxes.
Contact Info: RESERVATIONS / What’s app: +1 268 464 528 / VIEW MENU
More than just coffee, LikeaLatte is a homestyle, family-friendly café that includes offerings of fresh, high-quality ingredients, all day breakfast, lunch and dinner menus – all within a cozy, relaxed and welcoming environment.
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org / What’s app: +1 (268) 736 – 5453 or +1 (268) 734 – 5288 / VIEW MENU
Perched atop a rocky cliff, in the center of Antigua’s gorgeous west coast, Sheer Rocks is a testament to local farmers, fishermen and artisan food producers in Antigua. By hand-picking all of its ingredients, this stunning waterfront restaurant specializes in seasonal, Mediterranean-inspired menu items that compliment its location perfectly.
Contact Info: RESERVATIONS / What’s app: +1 268-464-5283 / VIEW MENU
Maia at South Point
Overlooking Antigua’s famous Falmouth Harbour Marina, Maia at South Point offers an eclectic mix of authentic flavours with Asian, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern influences. With a deck suspended above the water, this restaurant’s stylish setting is the definition of island chic – understated and easy-going.
Contact Info: email@example.com / What’s app: +1 268-562-9600 / VIEW MENU
Home to an eclectic mix of flavours and tradition, The Chimney conjures a vision of exciting and tantalizing dishes from Indian and Continental cuisine to coastal seafood. Committed to freshness, diversity and spices, this multi-cuisine restaurant combines an elegant ambiance with polite service for the perfect dining experience.
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org / What’s app: +1 268-736-4444 / VIEW MENU
Renowned as Antigua’s best sushi bar and deli-cafe, The Larder is popular among locals and visitors in search of great food and service. In addition to daily menu offerings like fresh produce, fish, meats, & fowl, new features include a ‘Build Your Own Salad’ bar, Gelateria and genuine Napolitano style thin-crust pizza.
Contact Info: email@example.com / What’s app: +1 268-480-6940 / VIEW MENU
Big Banana Antigua
“Pizzas,” as it is affectionately known by locals, has been serving up some of the best pizzas in the Caribbean for nearly 30 years. As a legendary casual dining rendezvous and hot spot, it also features a historic setting as its located in downtown St. John’s in the old rum warehouse at Redcliffe Quay.
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org / What’s app: +1 268-480-6970 / VIEW MENU
Found along Antigua’s southern peninsula at stunning Pigeon Point Beach, Catherine’s Café is a sailor’s paradise. Surrounded by lush greenery, and luxurious daybeds on the sand, Catherine’s provides an idyllic backdrop for long daytime lunches or fine dining on the beach.
Contact Info: RESERVATIONS / What’s app: +1 268 464 5283 / VIEW MENU
Spices of India
Known for sharing healthier recipes that don’t compromise on flavor , this authentic Indian restaurant, located in the heart of St. John’s, uses fresh vegetables, whole grains and natural herbs and spices to create “more of the foods you want to eat…and less of the ingredients you want to avoid, like fat, salt and sugar.”
Contact Info: email@example.com / What’s app: +1 268 734 8087 / VIEW MENU
Vintage Tea House
Taking inspiration from the UK’s ‘Olde Worlde Tea Shops,’ The Vintage Tea House infuses olde favorites like shortbread and grazing boards with a delicious Caribbean twist. Its open-air pavilion offers distinct seating options, from bean bags and bench chairs under the trees to locally-made tables and chairs perfect for enjoying teas and cakes.
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org / TEL. +1 268 774 2366 / VIEW MENU
Ana’s On The Beach
Located on Dickenson Bay beach, Ana’s open-air, beachfront veranda, or air-conditioned Orchid room is the perfect place to enjoy Mediterranean and Caribbean-inspired tapas dishes made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Specialty items, delivered weekly and expertly prepared by the kitchen, offer a flavorful and memorable dining experience.
Contact Info: email@example.com / TEL. +1 268 464 5400 / VIEW MENU
The Bottom Line…
You can’t go wrong visiting any of these restaurants or dining boutiques in Antigua. Whether you’re looking for a stunning beachfront location, authentic island food, or both, you’ll find it during Antigua’s Restaurant Week.
Want to learn more about Restaurant Week – May 7th- 21st, 2023? Click here for up to the minute information on restaurants, menus, dining experiences and more.
And don’t forget to claim your $500 INSTANT AIR CREDIT when you call and book you by March 31 at Pineapple Beach Club Antigua, The Verandah Resort & Spa or St. James’s Club & Villas. Call your favorite Travel Advisor or call us direct at 800.858.4618 to book your Restaurant Week Caribbean getaway today!
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