Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Good Eats on Anegada

Potter's by the Sea: Bare Boats BVI
  • Potter's by the Sea: Nice little restaurant on the beach. All the fish are caught by the owner.
  • Pomato Point: local seafood...sounds good to me! After you finish your BBQ lobster, you can look at all the island artifacts that the owner has gathered.
  • Neptune's Treasure: I love the name of this place! I've read that this bar/restaurant makes the best Dark & Stormy ever!
  • Lobster Trap: BBQ lobster is the specialty here! I've never had BBQ lobster, but it sounds completely yummy...
  • Big Bamboo
  • Flash of Beauty
  • Cow Wreck Beach Bar....all serve drinks, seafood and sandwiches throughout the day.
  • Anegada Reef Hotel Restaurant: dinner is by candlelight and dishes are grilled on a huge open-air grill by the bar. Sounds very romantic...very nice!
Anegada is much like the other Virgin Islands when it comes to food and drink: lots of local seafood and lots of rum!!

This is a recipe from the self-service beach bar at the Anegada Reef Hotel:

Anegada Smoothies
  • 12 oz. dark rum
  • 24 oz. (2 12 oz. cans) guava nectar
  • 3 oz pineapple juice (1/2 a small can)
  • ½ oz. grenadine syrup
  • 3 oz cream of coconut
  • Lightly sprinkle with freshly grated nutmeg

3 comments:

Karen said...

Did you just return from the Virgin Islands? I am so ready for some nice weather.

Judi said...

I am ready for the beach!

Jackie said...

The Anegada Smoothie sounds wonderful.