New to OpenTable
Antigua and Barbuda restaurants that recently joined the OpenTable network
BeachLimerZ is a local, family owned and operated bistro-bar located on Antigua’s Historic Fort James Beach, one of the Caribbean's most stunningly beautiful beaches. This stylish, informal, rustic beach bar features the liberal use of local woods for bar and furniture, together with hand-made copper light fixtures fashioned by an island artisan. The breezy beachside ambiance and the owners' obvious commitment to the music heritage and culinary culture of the island ensure an authentic Caribbean experience which will create memories that the language of travel books can never quite capture. Here at BeachLimerZ we aim to be the genuine article.More
Step back in time as you dine at this elegant alfresco restaurant perched on the picturesque water’s edge within Nelson’s Dockyard.
Delectable dishes emphasize the use of local ingredients, freshly picked or caught that day. Seafood specialties include Tuna Tartare,Catch of the Day and Fresh Grilled Lobster Au Gratin. On Wednesdays enjoy a special Caribbean menu with steel band and on Saturdays partake in cuisine from around the world while listening to live music from the Harbour Trio band. Whether you want to enjoy a convivial lunch with friends gazing out at the historic harbour or a romantic dinner for two at a candle-lit table by the water’s edge, you will savour the beauty of a bygone era while relishing first-rate food.
The Pillars Restaurant is also available to host private events such as weddings, cocktail parties, birthday and anniversary dinners. More
Inspired by Asian, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine, South Point’s restaurant offers an eclectic mix of authentic flavours with one thing in common: fresh, high quality ingredients. The menu includes simple, yet skillfully prepared dishes that allow diners to indulge and savour according to taste. In keeping with its cosmopolitan character, South Point’s restaurant is the perfect combination of international taste and local flavour; farm to table ingredients and locally caught seafood are daily menu staples. The addictive cocktail menu changes seasonally to feature local flavours like sorrel and soursop alongside a carefully curated international wine list. Though the restaurant’s stylish setting suggests fine-dining and dress codes, South Point is the definition of island chic – understated and easy-going. Both the lounge and restaurant welcome non-hotel guests to enjoy the casual, cafe-style vibes.More