Any great joints in the Caribbean? Leaving tomorrow...Help!
Just got a last minute invitation to join a group of friends to sail in the Caribbean... Stops are as follows: Antigua, Guadeloupe, Dominica, Martinique, St. Lucia. Dreaming of finding some shack on a beach with cold beer and some kind of delicious local fare. Thanks.
We'll PROMISE you the BEST cheeseburger in paradise where it is local trendy and visitor friendly...my wife and i spent 10 years creating and developing our dream - an upgraded rum shack that allowed visitors and locals to mix together. We are 100% St. Lucia culture, but behind the scenes we are run professionally.
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Crummy weather here to...probably closing early tonight as St. Lucian's don't go out in the rain and it is RAINING, non-stop, for the last 3 hours!
Head south to Piaye, in between Laborie and Choisel, get close and its easy...just ask where the Piaye Beach is....its the ONLY beach in Piaye. You'll come down a village road and at the end we sit on the sea.
Any questions, call 758.455.1130
On St. Lucia see if you can get the group to sail into the cove at Jalousie Plantation, whose beach bar and outdoor restaurant are what you're looking for in an idyllic setting. Jalousie is located smack between the two landmark volcanoes on St. Lucia. We just spent a day there two weeks ago.
On Antigua, the beach bar you're looking for is called Bumpkins. Take a cab.
Sounds like an amazing sail.
I just got back from the Grenadines and have to say I was stunned how hard it was to get tips from locals on good local food spots. Almost everyone - especially anyone working at a tourist related businesses - wanted to send us to a tourist joint (guess they didn't believe us when we asked for local food). The other problem was when we did get a tip, it wasn't necessarily because it was good, it was because the place was owned / operated by a family member.
Just ask everyone where THEY like to eat, especially Police / Customs types (usually friendly and knowledgeable) and students (local joints usually are the best value too). Try to get a second confirmation, and lastly, turn away if there are few locals when you get there.