Restaurants in St. Bart's

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At this sidewalk café in the main port's ritzy shopping area, try the chef's expertly seasoned Greek plates, such as an airy puff pastry with... Read More

This family-run tavern, restaurant, and sports club lies near the town entrance and serves simple, Creole-style seafood. In the one-story building with... Read More

Parisian chef Guy Martin’s outpost at Le Barthélemy Hotel & Spa is worth visiting for the seaside setting alone. A handful of the white-linen clad... Read More

Located within the luxury Hotel Guanahani on St. Barthelemy’s eastern coast, this upscale spot draws a dinner crowd for the innovative, French... Read More

Executive chef Laurent Cantineaux and chef de cuisine Ronan Mahe whip up light ceviche dishes at this Gustavia hotspot, where it’s not unusual to see... Read More

A misnomer, Shell Beach has, sadly, few shells. The sand itself (gray, rough) isn't top-quality, but the placid cove is ideal for kids. For a lunch of... Read More

A little piece of advice: Eddy’s doesn’t really get going until 9 p.m. That’s when locals—the regulars—start coming to this affordable gem with a lovely... Read More

Just steps from Saline Beach, this open-air restaurant serves a globally inspired menu that changes daily to incorporate the freshest available local... Read More

Beloved by both locals and visitors, this upscale Italian favorite wouldn’t feel out of place in a fashionable city like Milan or Paris. No, you won’t... Read More

For an elegant lunch, nothing beats the seaside restaurant at the Cheval Blanc hotel, with its white tablecloths, wooden floors, campaign chairs, and... Read More

St Bart's is famous for its seaside restaurants—but not all of them are as casual or relaxed as this tiny open-air gem on Grand Cul de Sac, which is... Read More

Do yourself a favor and try the Creole cod fritters or the grilled spiny lobster at the hotel’s casual restaurant, with one of the best-priced... Read More

La Petite Colombe, a neighborhood patisserie in Lorient (with locations in Gustavia and Colmbier, too), specializes in freshly baked breads and pastries... Read More

Situated with views of Hotel Le Toiny’s infinity pool and the Caribbean beyond, Le Gaïac serves French cuisine with a Creole influence. Chef... Read More

A short hike over a rocky path opens onto a wide, white-sand stretch. Depending on the winds, the water can be rough. For lunch, head to the open-air... Read More

Lobster salad with mango marmalade, house- made french fries, and vivaneau (red snapper) a la plancha are standouts at this hotel restaurant, where... Read More

Situated on the Gustavia waterfront and run by a husband and wife team since 1984, Maya's Restaurant cooks up Creole tastes from seafood ingredients... Read More

One of the best ways to experience St. Bart’s is to grab a picnic basket from Maya’s To Go and drive to one of the more isolated beaches like Saline or... Read More

What’s the best place to get a glass of rosé on the island? For our money, nothing beats this casual restaurant on Grand Cul de Sac, where there are 24... Read More

If you’re going to blow the budget one night, do so at this unbelievably romantic, Eden Rock establishment that serves food so exquisite, it justifies... Read More

French-Japanese fusion is done to perfection at Orega, a newcomer set in a tiny, historic house in the heart of Gustavia. The owners have since lifted... Read More

This hillside restaurant in Lurin, a tiny town you pass through on the way to Gouverneur Beach, is a must-visit for those who prefer a place with a... Read More

A 200-year-old tamarind tree marks the entrance of this lovely, atmospheric restaurant, which is a perfect stopover on the way to Salines Beach. Run by... Read More

Beachside dining never felt so glamorous. Eden Rock’s Sand Bar, another gem from Jean Georges, is more casual than On-the-Rocks, both in terms of the... Read More

While it isn't the height of glamour—picnic tables covered in plastic cloths, Christmas lights strung in the trees—this is the best bargain... Read More

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