Art Mel’s

To experience a lesser-known side of Bermuda, stop for a meal at Art Mel’s, a local favorite that is known for its fish sandwiches, with your choice of sauce (or not). They come overflowing and are nearly a pound in weight. Pair ones with a Barritt’s Ginger Beer, another island specialty. There is another outpost on Water Street in St. George.

Bailey’s Ice Cream Parlour

Located right across from the Swizzle Inn, Bailey’s is a local favorite. The ice cream parlor itself is simple, but its homemade ice creams are not, with exotic flavors like dark ‘n’ stormy and rum raisin. Bailey’s is located close to the airport, so consider stopping here before your flight home.

Food at Blu Bar & Grill, Bermuda

Blu Bar & Grill

Blu is the perfect spot for a nice dinner out with a fantastic view. Reserve a table next to the floor-to-ceiling windows for the best view of the harbor. The Asian restaurant serves a wide variety of sushi as well as more continental fare including fettuccine carbonara and rotisserie chicken.

Dinning Area at Breezes, Bermuda


The beachside restaurant at Cambridge Beaches Resort is best known for its romantic views at sunset, which are particularly enjoyable if dining a deux (the resort does not allow children under 13 years old). The menu consists of the usual Continental fare at dinner, and for lunch there is a selection of salads and sandwiches. On Wednesdays, there is a casual beachside barbecue. Reservations required.

Boating at Harbourside, Bermuda


Locals arrive by boat to this waterfront restaurant, located on the ground level of the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute. Harbourside’s extensive menu includes everything from escargot to chicken roti, but the main draw is the sushi menu. For a particularly good deal, swing by their weeknight sushi happy hour, which runs from 5:00 to 6:30 PM. The space can get busy at sunset thanks to its beautiful views.

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Food at Harry’s, Bermuda


Located on the marina and right next to the Fairmont Hamilton Princess, the alfresco Harry’s is a popular choice for meat lovers who want to dine in an elegant setting on the waterfront. The classic menu offers such traditional fare as crab cakes, scallop risotto and a wide range of meats from the grill.


The restaurant’s name takes its inspiration from frequent island visitor Mark Twain. Located in the Rosedon Hotel in Hamilton, it is a favorite with locals. Take a table on the porch; the rockfish is the dish to order here as you while away an afternoon or evening. It is also a perfect place for brunch. The house cocktail is the Huckleberry, which is includes rum, huckleberry, lemon juice and Passion Fields honey syrup harvested from a local bee colony.

Island Brasserie Bermuda

Island Brasserie

Perched alongside Saranac Lake, in the Adirondacks, The Point is a thoughtfully restored former Great Camp for outdoor lovers and culinary enthusiasts. 

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Mickey’s Bar & Bistro

If you could only dine at one beachside restaurant in Bermuda, this is the one. Mickey’s is set on Elbow Beach, arguably the best on the island, and has a casual, fun vibe. The lunch menu offers beach-casual fare like burgers, grilled fish, salads, pizzas and pastas, while the dinner menu is upscale Mediterranean, with dishes including seafood risotto, tuna tartare and Tuscan ribs. The food isn’t remarkable, but the setting is stunning.

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Port O’Call

A local favorite, Port O’Call appeals to a wide range of diners. Families will appreciate the kid-friendly options on the menu like simple pastas and a club sandwich; couples and groups can choose from an extensive list of cocktails and wines to pair with international dishes such as chicken paillard and pork loin Milanese; and the more casual diner can opt to enjoy sushi on the outdoor terrace upstairs at Pearl, a sister restaurant.

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Lobby at Rustico, Bermuda


Located in the sleepy town of Flatts Village, Rustico is a great place to avoid the tourist crowds and dine on the best pizza in Bermuda. Come around sunset and request a table on the outdoor patio. The flatbreads are delicious, and there is also a selection of hearty pastas and fresh seafood.

Food at Sul Verde, Bermuda

Sul Verde

Set on the fairway of Tucker’s Point Golf Course, Sul Verde boasts both a scenic location with views of the ocean and the rolling greens and a relaxed country club ambience. The casual spot specializes in rustic Italian cuisine with an antipasto buffet and dishes served family-style. Seafood features heavily on the menu, whether in classic pastas like vongole or served on its own. Reservations are required, especially for tables on the terrace (where you definitely want to sit).

Food at Swizzle Inn, Bermuda

Swizzle Inn

Swizzle Inn’s claim to fame is the Rum Swizzle, a signature Bermudian cocktail consisting of Gosling’s rum, grenadine and fruit juices. The popular local hangout, which is also Bermuda’s oldest bar, serves pub fare in large portions, with options for kids, vegetarians, vegans and the gluten intolerant. It’s located 25 minutes from Hamilton and Elbow Beach, but just a short drive from Rosewood Tucker’s Point and the airport.

The Pink Beach Club at The Loren

Whether you are a guest at the hotel or just stopping off on your way to town to check out the view, this is a pleasant open-air spot by the sea for salads, the local catch, a classic burger or sandwiches—all with a view of the pool, beach and water beyond.

Village Pantry

Opposite Flatt’s inlet, this family- (and pet-)friendly spot is popular with locals and visitors alike for everything from vegan tostadas and rockfish tacos to poke bowls and flatbread pizzas. It’s great for vegetarians and for kids, thanks to the appealing menu and the play area outside with mini picnic benches and fun toys.

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This 350-year old steakhouse on the waterfront at the Fairmont in Southampton serves up classic dishes such as oysters Rockefeller and Porterhouse steak, along with locally caught fish. It's old-school and a little  formal after a day at the beach, but The Dock, the nearby lounge with a water view, is a nice place to chill and enjoy a craft cocktail (or catch the sunset) before a meal.

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