We have been directed to some great spots in the BVI by locals and this is another one. At the last minute we decided to try out this small waterfront restaurant/ bar and we were not disappointed. Walking in at 5pm on their busy seafood night could have been a problem, but the manager was able to fit us into his fully booked open porch overlooking the newly restored docks and boats that call the marina home. We chose the crab fritters while sitting at the bar with our drinks and the lobster served with mashed potatoes and veggies at our table. Expertly prepared, the lobster was one of the best we've had here and the service was very friendly and attentive. By the time we had finished the place was crowded with regulars and boaters anchored off shore. They have an extensive wine and single malt scotch inventory along with the obligatory umbrella drinks and imported beers. Come prepared for the mosquitos that appear at every waterfront location like clockwork just before sunset. Not being fond of the bugs, we always elect to eat early anytime we are near the water. All in all, a very nice time with very good food and a friendly staff that should appeal to all but the most jaded of visitors.
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