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Savor an array of scrumptious sea¬food offerings, cooked precisely to your liking, with a glass or two of the house wine. Atop the list of dinner entrees is the grilled Bermuda Rockfish laced with the locally famous combination of banana and rum. Guests also rave about the mussels, prepared with your choice of cherry tomato, garlic and white wine,as well as lemon, ginger and jalapeño sauces. Vegetarians will find plenty to choose from too, including healthful mixed green salads and homemade ravioli with ricotta and spinach in a butter sage sauce. Sous Chef René adds new specials every day, carefully crafted with the best ingredients and freshest catch.

Perched at the edge of a quiet, secluded cove, The Beach House is filled with natural light, thanks to its numerous sliding glass doors and spacious balcony. The location feels remote and exclusive, almost as if you’re staying in your very own private beach house. During the day, the space is cool, casual and relaxed. Professional servers deliver simple and delicious dishes tableside while guests appreciate the stunning ocean view. As twilight falls, The Beach House becomes intimate and romantic, with all eyes drawn towards the horizon as the sky transforms into a magical kaleidoscope of fiery oranges, rosy pinks and deep purples.



The Beach Bar, located right on the sand below the main restaurant, is manned by fun and engaging bartenders who certainly know their craft. Choose from a full selection of mixed beverages and cold beers while enjoying a shady al fresco lunch or refreshing early dinner. After your meal, take a stroll through the gently lapping waves just a few feet away. And, if you’re feeling adventurous or are traveling with kids, be sure to ask about their basic watersport rentals; the gently sloping beach and sheltered turquoise waters are ideal for swimming and snorkeling.

If you’re visiting the island and are planning a day trip to St. George’s, be sure to include The Beach House in your itinerary. The restaurant neighbours Fort St. Catherine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and famous tourist attraction. The historic ramparts, naval cannons, museum, as well as St. Catherine’s Beach nearby, make for a fun pre- or post-lunch jaunt.

The Beach House at Blackbeards
6 Coot Pond Road

Reservations are recommended for large lunch parties and dinner.
Lunch: Mon-Sat: 11:30am-4:30pm,
Dinner: 6-10pm
Lunch Sunday: 11:30-4pm, Dinner: 6-9pm
The restaurant is closed on Mondays.





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