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Where to Eat: Divots Bar, Grill & Terrace

Located at Belmont Hills in Warwick, the newly opened Divots Bar, Grill and Terrace has quickly become known for its friendly service, inviting ambiance and crowd pleasing cuisine. With a menu that features a variety of dishes, from exquisite Indian curries to a traditional Bermudian codfish and potato breakfast, Divots has something to offer for everyone. And indeed, the locale is popular among families, golfers and sports enthusiasts alike. Situated on Belmont Golf Course, Divots boasts unbeatable, panoramic views of the Great Soun...

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Where to Eat: Hammerheads Bar & Grill

A trip to the West End wouldn’t be complete without an excursion to Snorkel Park Beach. Hidden behind the walls of the historic forts of Royal Naval Dockyard, this oasis of white sand and turquoise waters is home to Hammerheads Bar & Grill...

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Where to Eat: Mediterra

Families and friends come together for the perfect experience in shared, Mediterranean-style dining at the newly opened Mediterra. Located at the Fairmont Southampton, this new restaurant offers guests a relaxed, inviting ambience and an array o...

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Where to Eat: Harry’s

Nestled within an ultra-modern complex of corporate offices, Harry’s is a blissful escape from the hurry of Front Street. Just a few minutes away is Miles Market, an upscale grocery store, as well as several premier guest accommodations, in...

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Where to Eat: Swizzle Inn

For traditional pub fare and comfort food that highlights both American and island-inspired classics, nothing beats Swizzle Inn. Aside from the staples – loaded pizzas, juicy burgers and baskets of homemade onion rings to name just a few- ther...

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Where to Eat: 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 unhur...