Another Day, Another Restaurant Re-Opens in the BVI!

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Lately, more and more restaurants and bars have been reopening throughout the BVI. It looks like owners are pulling out all the stops to get open for the 2019 tourist season.

In the last month or so a number of well-known BVI dining establishments have completed their rebuilds and opened their doors once again following Hurricane Irma. The good news for visitors and residents alike is that the result of the completed rebuilds looks like a significant upgrade over each establishment’s pre-Irma version.

Check out the following recently opened and/or rebuilt restaurants and bars:

Tortola
Brandywine Estate Restaurant – Brandywine Bay
Dove Restaurant – Road Town
Elm Beach Bar & Restaurant – Cane Garden Bay
Quito’s Gazebo – Cane Garden Bay
Sebastian’s Seaside Grille – Apple Bay
Sugar Mill Restaurant – Apple Bay
Tramonti Beach Restaurant – Apple Bay

Jost Van Dyke
A & B Bar & Restaurant – Great Harbor
Foxy’s Taboo – Diamond Cay
Harris’s Place – Little Harbour

Other Islands
Pirates Bight Restaurant – Norman Island

This article has been republished from www.bvitraveller.com

Last modified onWednesday, 09 January 2019 19:21

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