There are loads of great and places to eat in Bermuda- restaurants, gelaterias, organic cafes, seafood restaurants, snack bars and more.We’ve have indicated below if each place is in Hamilton town, St George’s, Somerset on the beach or in-between, if it’s more of a tourist place or one for the locals. What months and times it’s open (as far as we can be sure!) and tried to give a rough indication of price and atmosphere. ¡Buenapetito!
Devils Isle serves delicious fresh, natural, nutritious and clean food with creativity and passion in a contemporary environment that excites the senses and rejuvenates the spirit.Whether a hearty breakfast of banana bread french toast, or a a healthy choice with one of there signature bowls like the nourish bowl | red cabbage, arugula, kale, spinach, swiss chard, roasted cherry tomatoes, broccoli, puffed amaranth seeds, roasted celery root, carrots, fermented fennel, grilled zucchini, asparagus, sunflower seeds, coconut oil, roasted golden beets. Or if you lunch or dinner is your calling then pistachio pesto Scottish salmon |mushroom medley barley pearl risotto, pecorino cheese, grilled asparagus is to die for.
Address: 19 Burnaby Street
Opening: HOURS RESTAURANT Mo-Thu:8am-10pm Fri: 8am-11pm Sat: 9am-11pm Sun: 9am-10pm Our kitchen is open throughout the day,until 9:30pm! HOURS RESTAURANT BAR Mo-Thu: 8am-10pm Fri: 8am-11pm Sat: 9am-11pm Sun: 9am-10pm HOURS DELI Mo-Fri:7:30am-5pm Sat:9am-5pm Sun:9am-4pm
Renowned for its artsy atmosphere, friendly staff, in-house roasts and scrumptious baked goods, Rock Island Coffee is a haven for coffee lovers in Bermuda
Atmosphere: Small, Lively, Funky, Local
Address: 42 Reid Street
A unique experience for both Bermuda and Front Street, Brew is the hottest upcoming eatery in Bermuda. Offering a wide selection of delicious grab and go bites or you can opt for in house dining including breakfast, lunch and dinner. Why not try a local Bermudian Ale from Dockyard Brewing Co. or one of there special wines which is dispensed from a nitrogen generator designed by NASA. Having a few drinks at Brew is literally a rocket science.
Atmosphere: Friendly, buzzing
Open: Monday to Friday 7:30am to 6pm, Saturdays 8:30am to 6pm Sunday 9am to 4pm
Season: All year round
Restaurants in Bermuda showcase a superb quality and experience in fine and casual dining. With a great variety of cuisines options to choose from, there surely will be a taste to appease every palette. Particularly after a long day kitesurfing to replace all those calories used up,here are some of our favourite restaurants that will offer up a full, hearty meal
With a menu that could appease a king, Henry V111 is a must visit on your lost in the Triangle vacation experience. On the more traditional side Henry’s Fish Chowder can hands down compete against some of the best chowders found on de rock. If it’s more of a to-go kind of day, Henry’s handily has there famous take-out fish chowder located in the beer and wine shop on the street level from 11 am – 4 pm. So as you find yourself meandering the south shore and her beaches, why not stop in and grab a cup of chowder perfection. For a main dish the Rockfish Almondine is cooked to perfection or the Roast Herb Chicken. If Sushi is your thing then try one of the special rolls that are to die for, like the Kings of Flamming dishes. And don’t forget to bring your Sunday fun day evening dancing shoes. As the night kicks off and the tables are moved, you can get your groove on and grind to the sounds of island jazz, bought to you be a seemingly endless circuit of talented local artists.
Location: South Shore/Near Beaches
Atmosphere: Relaxed, Stunning Views of South Shore,
Address: 69 South Road, Southampton SN02, Bermuda
Phone: (441) 238-1977
Open: Monday Closed – Tuesday to Sunday 12:00 – 10:00
Season: All year round
With well thought out dishes Wahoo on the water is both a local and tourists seafood restaurant extraordinaire. Hands down the crew and Wahoo offersome of the freshest seafood that can be found anywhere other that under the sea. If Fried Rockfish, Grilled Wahoo, Deep Fried Mahi Peas and Rice, Coleslaw, Plantain & Paw Paw Chutney sounds like your kind of thing (and yes that’s all on one plate) then try the Bermuda Triangle. If your palate is seeking a savoury meat dish then Herb Crusted Lamb Rack will simply melt in your mouth.
Location: St George’s Town
Atmosphere: Friendly, buzzing, beautiful terrace, fresh
Address: 36 Water Street St. George’s GE 05,
With an award winning contemporary menu featuring fresh local fish, certified Angus steaks and local produce admits the hustle and bustle of front Street, Portocoll is an Oasis of fine cuisine.
Address: 87 Front Street, Hamilton
Open: lunch open monday to friday 12-2pm dinner open mon-sat 5pm-10pm
Season: All year round
Barracuda Grill is regarded as one of Bermuda’s best contemporary fine dining restaurants for almost 20 years, Barracuda Grill is a staple when it comes to quality food and impeccable service. Let chef James Beard& House Awardee Derek Myers whom oversees a small and driven team of chefs, passionate about creating modern and delicious dishes exceed your expectations with dishes such as Yellow fin Tuna togarashi dusted, sake butter as paragus, miso caramel, teriyaki cakes, ginger pumpkin, XO sauce or Chesapeake Bay Crab Cakes Panko crusted, boursin cheese Bay Crab, green beans, truffle remoulade
Address: 5 Burnaby Street Hamilton Bermuda
Phone: 4412921609 (Reservations Highly Recommended)
Open: Tuesday – Friday 12:30-2:30 &5:30-10:00 / Saturday 5:30 – 10:00 / Sunday Closed
Mad Hatters, a humble haven of culinary delight in the city of Hamilton which has earned its sterling reputation as one of the finest Bermuda restaurants. Serving cuisine which can best be described as Classic European with a Thai/North-American fusion. Their set menu and daily specials are constantly changing to reflect both seasonal demand and the diversity of their talented chefs Serving signature gourmet cuisine in a casual, yet elegant environment, they are one of the only Bermuda restaurants who meticulously balance upscale quality with an unpretentious setting.
Atmosphere: Unpretentious, debonair dining room, outdoor patio
Phone: (441) 297-6231
Open: Lunch Monday – Friday 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm, Monday to Saturday Dinner 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Closed Sundays and Public Holidays
Season: Year Round
Bermuda’s oldest pub The Swizzle Inn is home to the national drink the Rum Swizzle created in the early 1900’s. The pub is famous for its great atmosphere, originality and renowned food and drink. On an island swimming with fine dining establishments The Swizzle is a rustic comfortable place with simple but delicious food served with fine beer, ales and cocktails.Whether it is their wonderful staff, graffittied walls with business cards and dollar bills, the big inviting patios, great food and rum swizzles, the exciting gift shop, live entertainment every summer or their quiz nights there are plenty of reasons to visit. Favoured by both locals and visitors The Swizzle is a must do for anyone who enjoys fun and ambience.
Location: Close to Airport
Atmosphere: Friendly, Time Capsule of signatures, cards and other memorabilia of people that have swizzled in and swaggered out that adorn the walls
Address: #3 Blue Hole Hills Bailey’s Bay
Open: Daily 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Season: Year round
Whether you want a chilled out sundowner or a huge cocktail at a tiny price, Bermuda has the bar for you. Here are a few of our favourites.
Hog Penny Hamiltons oldest licenced establishment opened its doors in 1957 and has been a local watering hole with great live music ever since. . Formerly a bicycle shop selling Penny Farthing bicycles and then a meat slaughterhouse with massive ice blocks cooling the interior the history of the pub is quite unique. Great food, a cult like following local scene and Bermudas best live music all make the Hog Penny as must visit.
Atmosphere: Homely, relaxed and quaint
Opening: 12:00 pm – 12:00 am daily
Opening Season: All Year
Address: 5 Burnaby Street Hamilton
A floating Pirate ship transformed into atwo-deck bar! Arrr Laddie All Hand Hoy! Luckily you won’t find Davy Jones Locker hear, just good ole hearties having a rum or ale.
Beach or town: Somerset
Address: Moon Gate Heritage Wharf, Dockyard, Somerset
Open: Friday – Monday + Wednesday 10:00 am – 10:00 pm Tuesday& Thursday 10:00 – 1:00 am
Season: March – November
An independently and locally owned neighbourhood bar & restaurant serving killer custom cocktails and delicious food for tourists and locals alike.Catch the game on any of their 25 plus TVs. Monday night is Wake Forest’s dart league games or Fridays and Saturdays showcase DJ Dance Party Karaoke! Looking for a private event for any occasion the friendly staff and management can accommodate. Good vibes, comfortable seating and wide variety of delightful modern dishes await at the Pickled Onion.
Atmosphere: Dinner,.Dance , Mingle
Address:53 Front Street
Tobacco Bay is one of Bermuda’s premier beach experience destinations. Offering a variety of amenities to help you and your family enjoy your time in Bermudaful Bermuda. Features include, complimentary wifi, full service bar & restaurant, water sport rentals, loungers & umbrellas, snorkel equipment, kayak and toy rentals, water volleyball, oceanside pool table, beach side bar/food service, bathroom & shower facilities, handicap accessible bathrooms, live music on occasion.
Atmosphere: Lively, fun, beautiful sunsets, relaxed with sun, sun, sun.
Address: 9 Coots Pond Road l, St George’s
This local/hidden little gem is tucked away under street level and is both a local watering hole and hot spot meet up bar. What’s most random about Coconut Rock is, in the back of the bar is Yashi sushi restaurant, in which on our global water sports travels we have often mentioned to like minded sushi connoisseur that this might be hands down the best sushi anywhere on Planet Earth.
Atmosphere: Super cool vibe! Local, Friendly, Randomly the best sushi we have had anywhere on Planet Earth.
Address: 30 Williams House, Reid Street, Hamilton
Open: Monday – Tuesday 11:30am – 2:30pm, 6:00pm – 10:30pm, Wednesday – Thursday 11:30am – 10:30pm, Friday 11:30am – 2:30pm, 6:00pm – 10:30pm, Saturday 11:30am -10:30pm, Sunday 5:00pm – 10:30pm
Opening Season: All year round
Flanagan’s is split into two separate bars, the Main Bar and the popular Outback Sports Bar. The Main Bar offers a large dining area and balcony with breathtaking views of Hamilton Harbour and Front Street. Outback Sports Bar is down a level and offers 22 widescreen high definition TVs broadcasting any sporting event desired. Flanagan’s Outback is Bermuda’s only true sports bar offering individual booths with your own personal TV and remote control. No matter what team you’re rooting for, you’ll always have the best seat in the house. It’s the best place to tailgate in Bermuda!
Beach or town: Hamilton/Town
Atmosphere: Sports Bar, Terrace over looking the harbour, tourists & locals.
Address: 69 Front Street
Open:Mon – Friday 11am – 1pm, Sat 9am – 1pm, Sun 9am – 10pm,
The White Horse Pub & Restaurant is one of Bermuda’s oldest and most famous pub and seafood restaurants. Passed on over many generations, the White Horse is well known for its great food and lively bar scene where locals and visitors come to eat and have a great time. Enjoy waterfront dining at its best along with spectacular views overlooking the St. George’s Harbour. Stop in for one of their delicious signature cocktails, with inside and outside bars to choose from, plus for all you sports fans out there enjoy wall to wall TV coverage of all major sporting events at St. George’s #1 Sports Bar. Feel like a night of music and dancing, then visit “Light” Nightclub which will get the heart pumping and is open on select nights only and for private events.
Location: St George’s/Town
Atmosphere: Chilled, Stunning Views from the terrace
Address: 8 Kings Square, St George’s
Bermuda boasts an exquisite charm with a sophisticated international business savvy scene. Our little island paradise is no Ibeza however, that being said there are a few wild and fun venues where you can heat your body with beat on the dance floor and party the night away. Here are our favourite places to party & play.
The Deep Lounge and Club is a cool, chilled out nightspot at Elbow Beach Hotel in Bermuda. Known for its spectacular interior, it’s where tourists go to enjoy an awesome atmosphere and have a delicious cocktail. A premiere place to kick back, have a drink and enjoy the nightlife. The club is lauded for its incredible music and cool lighting. You can listen to salsa music, dance and then chill out and relax on its comfortable leather couches.The club is open 12 hours a day, from 12 noon to 12 midnight, serves food and caters for private parties. When looking for a special night out in Bermuda, then dive right into The Deep.
Atmosphere: Party, Party, Party
Address: Elbow Beach Hotel 60 South Shore Rd
Phone: (441) 236 3535
Open: Daily 12 pm – 12 am
Voted Bermuda’s Best Party Venue. You can Party under the Stars with Bermuda’s best DJ’s and live bands. Tucked away behind the National Museum of Bermuda Fort walls you will find multiple bars serving great cocktails, a late night kitchen and friendly staff. This is the place to Lett loose and party the night away with both a a tourist and local scene.
Atmosphere: Late, late night Party, Party, Party, Crazy sound system & acoustics
Address: 7 Maritime Lane, Dockyard
Open: Every Mon, Wed*, Thu & Sat*: 10pm – 3am
Season: March – November