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Where to Eat: Ruby Murry’s

Located off Chancery Lane, a minute’s stroll from Front Street, Ruby Murry’s is a pleasant, out-of-the-way escape that’s still conveniently close to all of Hamilton’s shops and offices. It’s also one of town’s newest eateries and makes some of the best Indian food around. The restaurant’s warm ambiance is cozy and comfortable, with a lively bistro buzz that is equally fitting for casual afternoon dates, client schmoozing and intimate evenings for two. Ruby Murry’s also offers an Indian Lunch Buffet, if you’re in need o...

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Where to Eat: Rosa’s

The best of the Southwest and so much more! The team at Rosa’s set out on a journey to revamp the menu and enrich the restaurant’s offerings. Now the staff members are very pleased with what they have to offer and strive to provide customers...

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Where to Eat: Port O Call

Boasting five-star continental cuisine and over 220 brands of wines, Port O Call is an oasis amid Hamilton’s bustling shops and offices. Located right on Front Street, the restaurant’s entrance offers a prime view of the busy sidewalk and pa...

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Where to Eat: Pearl

Since 2008, Pearl’s creative sushi has captured the hearts and palates of passionate sashimi, nigiri and maki fans, both visitors and locals alike. The restaurant’s authentic yet exotic menu is inspired by a love for fresh, local fish and...

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Where to Eat: Nonna’s Kitchen

Offering an intriguing selection of hearty dishes that changes daily, including flaky pies, flavorful soups and specialty salads, Nonna’s Kitchen attracts a passionate following of local foodies. This cute, out-of-the-way eatery provides a ...

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Where to Eat: The Waterlot Inn

Quietly nestled at the water’s edge in Jew’s Bay, Waterlot Inn has embodied Bermuda’s best steakhouse experience since first opening its doors as a full service restaurant in the mid-1920s. Originally built in 1670, the building was pas...