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6 Local Restaurants Serving Bermuda Lobster for Take-Out

Lobster season isn't over until the plump crustacean sings (which the Government says is March 31st) and sure we're all in isolation and practicing social distancing, but there are plenty of local restaurants offering curbside pick-up, allowing you the opportunity to indulge yourself one last time before the season comes to a close. Here are just a few!   Wahoo’s Bistro & Patio - Water Street, St. George’s Enjoy Chef Alfred’s Bermuda broiled half shell lobsters in small ($41), medium…


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Swizzle Inn South Shore

As the home of Bermuda’s national drink, the Rum Swizzle, the Swizzle Inn restaurant and bar has always been a staple for Bermudians seeking out some pub grub and a relaxed, fun atmosphere. But with the restaurant’s location in the…


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Crown & Anchor Bar, Restaurant & Terrace

Open all day for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Crown & Anchor Bar, Restaurant and Terrace offers its guests both an intimate indoor setting and an outdoor terrace with fabulous views of Hamilton Harbour and the beautiful hotel gardens and marina.…


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Huckleberry Restaurant & Beau’s Bar

Huckleberry Restaurant is located at the historic Rosedon Hotel in Pembroke, a Relais & Châteaux property. With the look and feel of a stately Bermudian manor, the setting is perfect for the restaurant, whose name is a tribute to Mark…


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Paraquet Restaurant

Welcome to Paraquet, where good service is key and generous, homemade meals are king. For over 50 years, this dedicated, family-run restaurant has honoured a time-worn commitment to dishing out satisfying, heartwarming food. Now into its third generation, the kitchen’s…

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Fourways Inn & Restaurant

Originally built in the 1720s and later established as an inn and restaurant in 1974, Fourways has remained unchanged at heart despite extensive renovations. According to legend, the establishment was named “Fourways” because of its unhurried yet persistent growth in…