Sul Verde, Tucker’s Point
Recently featured in the Best of Bermuda awards for their thin, crispy, mouth watering pizzas, Sul Verde is the perfect Friday Night restaurant. With striking vistas of the Rosewood’s rolling green golf courses, the restaurant strives to feature authentic Italian cuisine, with ingredients sourced from Italian regions and locally.
Eat Out Magazine reports that the restaurant carefully balances an exclusive resort feel with a relaxed ambiance and a simple, reasonably priced menu. The restaurant includes a vast antipasto buffet, with finger foods from salad, to focaccia, to air-dried meats.
The Waterlot Inn, Southampton
Misleadingly identifying as a humble inn, Waterlot is one of the finest dining establishments on island. Aside from its shining reputation, Waterlot also boasts a breathtaking location, nestled in the picturesque Jews Bay. The restaurant prides itself on having the highest quality cuts of beef, and excels as a steakhouse.
Outside, the restaurant serves tapas on a stylish terrace, furnished with large, comfortable chairs. From Thursday to Sunday, you can find Mike Hind providing music and entertainment, back dropped by spectacular sunsets.
Sea Breeze, Elbow Beach
Honoured for two Best of Bermuda awards, including those for ambiance, and a place to party, sea breeze is the perfect mix of relaxation and high energy. As the night settles in, a rush of patrons can be found reveling in the dynamic cocktail and tapas menu.
On Thursday and Friday nights, Sea Breeze offers entertainment too, in the form of The Big Chill, an energetic musical act spearheaded by Tony Brannon. Or, if you’re feeling adventurous, why not head out for a cool dip in the ocean, just a few steps away from your table?
The Pink Beach Club at the Loren
The winner of the best hotel restaurant in the Best of Bermuda awards, this luxury restaurant does not disappoint with its airy, austere ambiance, or its delicious and healthy dishes. With a mission to use seasonal, locally sourced ingredients, the chefs at the Pink Beach Club truly care about quality.
The restaurant’s long, wooden tables, jut out on a platform straight on to south shore. If you decide to have a laid-back dinner here on a Friday night, you can’t get much closer to the ocean.
Featured in the latest Eat Out Magazine, Mad Hatter’s is a whimsical and unique Bermuda household name. Upon entry, you can pick up one of the many hats the line the walls, and take on a new persona while head chef Ben serves up the best of the best dinner dishes.
The eclectic menu is the subject of rave reviews, which contains items such as the banana nut crusted rockfish with a Dark n’ Stormy sauce, wild mushroom broth, and herb breaded rack of lamb with mustard spread, roast parsnips, and mind jus.