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caribbeandays.com provides luxury villa rentals in the Caribbean. 

Villas in the Caribbean include Anguilla, Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Bequia, Cayman Islands, Curacao, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Jamaica, St. Bart's, St. Croix, St. Lucia, St. John, St. Martin, St. Thomas, Tobago, Tortola, Turks and Caicos, Virgin Gorda.

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St. Thomas Restaurants - St. Thomas offers a plethora of restaurants to suit every taste, serving everything from burgers to bouillabaisse, often with a Caribbean flair. Couple chefs from top American culinary schools with shipping (since practically everything is imported), and you can expect to pay a pretty penny for your meals – but not any more so than in a big city like New York or London. Here are a few of our favorite dining establishments: Agave Terrace Point Pleasant Resort, Rte. 38, Estate Smith Bay 340-775-4142 “Fresh fish is the specialty at this open-air pavilion restaurant, with more than a dozen fish sauces on the menu. If you get lucky on a sportfishing charter, bring your fish in by 3 PM and the chef will cook it. No lunch.” Alexander’s Café 24A Honduras (across from Frenchtown ball field) 340-774-4349 “Out-of-this-world Schnitzel and excellent patés. Great seafood, chicken, pasta, and beef selections. Save room for dessert.” Blue Moon Café 6280 Estate Nazareth, Secret Harbor B
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St Martin/St Maarten Restaurant Guide - Of all the Caribbean island destinations, none has a reputation for fine cuisine like St. Martin. The island attracts innovative and creative chefs who prepare delicious fresh fish and shellfish, French cuisine, and other foods from around the globe. Reservations During the high season, you’ll need to make reservations – even a month in advance for some of the best places. Give us a call, we can help with this. Tipping Some restaurants will include a 15% service charge, so be sure to look your bill over before you tip. You can’t always include the tip on your credit card, so bring cash as well. Dress code Usually, dress is casual: for men, khakis and a nice shirt, for women, dressy pants, a skirt, or even fancy shorts are usually acceptable. To be safe, inquire about the dress code when you call to make your reservation. Here are a few of our favorite restaurants: Boca Marina – Airport road at St Maarten Shipyard (where Uncle Harry’s used to be) – Completely remodelled wit
Of all the Caribbean island destinations, none has a reputation for fine cuisine like St. Martin. The island attracts innovative and creative chefs who prepare delicious fresh fish and shellfish, French cuisine, and other foods from around the globe. Reservations During the high season, you’ll need to make reservations – even a month in advance Read More »
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St. Lucia Restaurants - A wide variety of dining options are available to guests of St. Lucia villas, including French, Caribbean, and Indian cuisine. Dining here is likely to be al fresco, and many restaurants have waterfront views. If a service charge is not included, tipping is usually 10% of your bill. Here are a few of our favorite restaurants: Buzz Seafood & Grill Rodney Bay (opposite the Royal St. Lucian Hotel) (758) 458-0450 “Known for their seafood, but Rack of Lamb and Chicken Wellington are also amazing! Dessert is a must here, with something for everyone. Reservations essential. Closed Mondays April through November.” The Charthouse Rodney Bay (758) 452-8115 “The place to go for steak They also serve great local seafood and lobster. Try the key lime pie for dessert.” The Coal Pot Vigie Marina, Castries (758) 452-5566 “Excellent meats and fresh seafood accompanied by your choice of the chef’s sauces. Wonderful ambiance and good service, too. Reservations essential.” The Great House C
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St. John Restaurants - St. John offers a great selection of restaurants, ranging from breeze-cooled West Indian barbecue and burger joints to elegant and upscale resort dining. The food can be pricey at dinnertime, but lunch can be reasonable at most restaurants. Here are just a few to try: Asolare 340-779-4747 Northshore Road Cruz Bay Elegant, romantic, French cuisine Caneel Bay Beach Terrace 340-776-6111 Sumptuous buffets on a covered terrace overlooking the beach Chloe & Bernard’s 340-693-8000 In the Atrium of the Westin Resort Fine dining in Tropical Elegance Equator 340-776-6111 Caneel Bay “Daring” cuisine including daily Caribbean selections as well as steak & veal Fish Trap 340-693-9994 The Raintree Court, Cruz Bay Fresh catches daily… “excellent seafood”… “some of the best seafood dishes anywhere” Le Chateaux de Bordeaux 340-776-6611 On Bordeaux Mountain Fine dining & international cuisine with the best view on St. John Miss Lucy’s 340-693-5244 Estate Friis, on the way to Salt Po
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St. Croix Restaurants - Dining in St. Croix is an intimate and inspired experience. Whether you choose to dine outside in a courtyard flanked by columns, on a hilltop verandah, or on the Christiansted boardwalk, you are sure to enjoy the delightful flavors and unforgettable atmosphere here. The specialties are truly special – try crunchy conch fritters or Caribbean lobster, or maybe the local fresh fish “just off the boat” uniquely prepared by an expert chef. Here are a few of our favorite restaurants: Avocado Pitt King Christian Hotel, 59 King’s Wharf, Christiansted (340) 773-9843 “The best breakfasts on the islands – try an omelet, French toast, or pancakes. Great lunches too, including the yellowfin tuna sandwich. No dinner.” Bacchus Upstairs, 52 King Street, Christiansted (340) 692-9922 “For a fine evening out, try the lobster Bacchus or the rib-eye steak Florentine. Save room for the rum-infused sourdough bread pudding. Closed Monday and Tuesday.” The Case Place On the waterfront, Gall
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St. Barts Restaurants - St. Barts Restaurants – check out Trip Advisor for some feedback on these.  We have not been to them yet,  but they come highly recommended. Maya’s To Go Take out and free wifi 0590 298370 Boulangerie Choisy 0590 275840 Santa Fe 0590276104  Jo Jo Burger Open 7 days/week 0590275033 Eddy’s Closed on Sunday 0590 275417   Le Gaiac 0590 278888 Looking for St. Barts villas for rent? Check Out: http://caribbeandays.com/st_barts/ Full Island Information: http://caribbeandays.com/destinationguide/default.aspx
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Of all the Caribbean island destinations, none has a reputation for fine cuisine like St. Martin. The island attracts innovative and creative chefs who prepare delicious fresh fish and shellfish, French cuisine, and other foods from around the globe. Reservations During the high season, you’ll need to make reservations – even a month in advance Read More »
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