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The BVI boasts a mouthwatering range of dining experiences sure to suit every mood and occasion. From ultra-casual to fine and fancy, you’re bound to find what you are hankering after.

Brandywine Bay, Tortola 

Located on the eastern end of Tortola’s southern coast overlooking the Sir Francis Drake Channel and neighboring islands, Brandywine is a local favorite that has stood the test of time. Enjoy Mediterranean Bistro cuisine, beautiful tropical breezes, and a laidback, festive atmosphere of one of the island’s beloved lunching and dining locales.Reservations recommended.

Call: +1 (284) 495 2301


Road Town, Tortola

Open from 6pm, The Dove offers fine dining, delicious, handcrafted cocktails, and an intimate environment for an evening to remember. Those looking for an earlier light bite and beverage can stop by their trendy Dragonfly Bar & Lounge, open from noon and popular with the after-work crowd. Share sumptuous snacks and handcrafted cocktails in a super stylish setting. Reservations recommended.

Call +1 284-494-0313

West End, Tortola

Located inside an 18th century rum distillery on one of Tortola’s most stunning stretches of white sand beach, Long Bay’s super sexy 1748 Restaurant offers a variety of Caribbean cuisine sourced from local fishermen, island farms and the resort’s own herb and vegetable garden. This is also a great for a lively Sunday brunch with the whole family. Reservations recommended.

Call +1 (284) 346 3452


Apple Bay, Tortola

A truly sensational seaside dining experience featuring locally, freshly caught fish, conch, and lobster, fabulous rotis showcasing the best island spices, as well as a range of other wholesome, hearty dishes to satisfy all the senses. D’Coal Pot is open for dinner year-round and lunch in season. Reservations recommended.

Call/WhatsApp +1 (284) 545 6510

Apple Bay, Tortola

Enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the super laidback Seaside Grille of this old-world Caribbean hotel right on the beach. There’s always something fun going on at Sebastian’s – from live music and free salsa lessons to bingo and beach BBQs. Fronted by a world-renowned reef break that attracts surfers Caribbean-wide, there always something to watch while you sip an icy cocktail with your feet mere inches from the soft white sand.

Call +1 (284) 495 4212


Windy Hill, Carrot Bay, Tortola

Perched high on Windy Hill and boasting some of the best sunsets in the BVI, Bananakeet Café has been a firm favorite with locals and visitors alike for years gone by. Chef Spice creates all dishes from scratch using locally grown and procured ingredients. Think Banana Chutney Jerk Pork, Coconut Run Shrimp and Tuxedo Sesame Ahi Tuna paired with delicious, handcrafted cocktails or fine wines from a carefully curated list. Reservation Only.

Call +1 (284) 494 5842

Apple Bay, Tortola

A fine dining experience within the walls of a 400-year-old rum distillery, the Sugar Mill serves sophisticated international dishes with Caribbean flair. Enjoy fresh Anegada lobster, a gourmet risotto, or the finest cut of meat from the specialty “Steak Bar”. The restaurant has two dining areas – the breezy, private Terrace and the Rum House, an intimate indoor space within the historical distillery itself. The restaurant is open seven nights a week for dinner from 6PM onwards. Reservations required.

Call +1 (284) 344 8612


Apple Bay, Tortola

Also part of the Sugar Mill Hotel, Tramonti (Italian for sunset) sits just across the road from the Sugar Mill Hotel. This heavenly spot is right on the ocean with its very own little beach perfect for entertaining the younger members of the family. Tramonti specializes in authentic Mediterranean eats – pastas, salads, mussels, fabulous fish, and the unique “squizza” – a square pizza to die for. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, and a weekend brunch. No reservation required.

Nail Bay, Virgin Gorda

Named after the original plantation upon which the restaurant sits, Sugarcane is a much-loved local gathering place for residents and visitors alike. With its chic sandy-floored dining room, laidback poolside terrace, fun children’s play area, and stunning sunset views, it’s a wonderful spot for the whole family to enjoy. Spend an entire day dipping in and out of the pool and lounging over a lazy lunch or share a romantic dinner amongst twinkling garden lights beneath the Caribbean stars.Reservations recommended.

Call +1 (284) 495 5455

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Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda

Situated on a sandy cove right on the ocean and cradled by Virgin Gorda’s iconic vast natural boulders and indigenous vegetation, CocoMaya’s idyllic Balinese vibe sets the perfect scene for some super sexy wining and dining. Open for lunch and dinner, the menu is an artful combination of Southeast Asia and Latin America, designed primarily for shared and family-style feasting. They also offer a fabulous wine list, fire pits at night and frequent live music and DJs.  Reservations Recommended

+1 (284) 495 6344

North Sound, Virgin Gorda

A hit since the 60s with seafarers the world over, iconic Saba Rock has more than a few stories to tell. Since it’s devastation in Hurricane Irma, the destination has undergone a stunning restoration. The one-acre island has certainly come a long and luxurious way from its humble dive bar beginnings, and now offers world-class cuisine, boutique shopping, a spa treatment studio and luxury overnight accommodation. No trip to the North Sound is complete without a stop.

Saba can be reached via private or charter boat as well as via the Saba Rock ferry from Gun Creek in the North Sound, and via the North Sound Express from Trellis Bay, Tortola. Check website for details. Reservations required.

Call +1 (284) 393 9220

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North Sound, Virgin Gorda

One of the oldest watering holes in the BVI, the legend of the beloved Bitter End Yacht Club lives on in their newly imagined nautical village, rebuilt after the total devastation of 2017’s Hurricane Irma. Choose to sip and snack in the sunken-boat beach bar, the casual clubhouse or step things up a notch with fine-dining on the terrace.  The Bitter End’s sea-to-table culinary experience is all about supporting sustainability and showcasing the freshest flavors harvested from their doorstep.

The Bitter End can be reached via private or charter boat as well as via the Bitter End ferry from Gun Creek in the North Sound, and via the North Sound Express from Trellis Bay, Tortola. Check website for details. Reservations required.

Call 800 872 2392

Oil Nut Bay, North Sound, Virgin Gorda

Situated in the Marina Village of the uber luxurious Oil Nut Bay resort, Nova is a fabulous al fresco experience for all the senses. Built out over the water with ample space for dining, reclining, sipping, and lounging, Nova serves gorgeous fresh local dishes and some of the best sushi in town. Visitors are welcome to make a day of it. Browse the boutique, cool off in the suspended swimming pool, take a book and lounge on the overwater day beds – Nova is the very essence of laidback island elegance.

Nova can be reached via private or charter boat as well as via the Oil Nut Bay ferry from Gun Creek in the North Sound. Check website for details.

Call 800 761 0377

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    Andrea Gonzalez

    Born in Colombia and grew up in Venezuela, where she lived on the coast. She moved to the BVI in 2001 and spent the first 14 years setting up and running a successful diving business in Jost Van Dyke.
    After that, Andrea worked in the yacht industry as a crew, deckhand, and lately as a yacht chef. Sail all over the Caribbean and the Bahamas, and mostly charter in The British Virgin Islands.
    Andrea always has a cheeky smile on her face and guarantees all her guests will have fun on her charters. She is skilled as a Standup Paddleboard Instructor, PADI scuba, licensed powerboat captain, and chef and is now a full-time Villa concierge and property manager.