4 Holiday Hotspots in Bermuda – Where you can eat, drink and be merry!
By Brigitta Wohlmuth
This interesting, old-fashioned pub was the original inspiration for the Cheers pub in Boston. It’s also Hamilton’s oldest licensed establishment, with over 50 years history behind it, serving delicious and hearty pub classics; such as Bubble and Squeak, Yorkshire Pudding and a Traditional Bermuda Fish Chowder that’s absolutely to die for. You can also enjoy live entertainment by some of the best local bands – another compelling reason the Hog Penny continues to be a favorite spot for generations of locals and visitors alike. 5 Burnaby Street | 441 292 2534
The walls of their debonair dining room are decorated with hats of all shapes, styles and sizes for you to try on, making it a great place not only for fine dining, but Selfie snapping too! Quirky as it may be, this humble haven has a sterling reputation as one of Bermuda’s finest restaurants. Favored for their diverse, daily specials, their cuisine can be best described as Classic European with a Thai/North-American fusion. 22 Richmond Road | 441 297 6231
VEUVE CLIQUOT LOUNGE
Your evenings can’t get any more sophisticated than when you visit the new champagne lounge at the Hamilton Princess Hotel & Beach Club. From 6-10pm on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, you can enjoy wonderful champagne, smoke an exquisite cigar and choose from a small but fabulous menu, in a luxurious setting on the outdoor terrace at the Crown & Anchor. 76 Pitt’s Bay Road | 441 298 2028
This local favourite has been a staple in Bermuda’s culinary scene for more than 43 years. They offer an amazing variety of fresh seafood and fantastic traditional dishes; such as herb-crusted baked snapper, pan-fried rockfish with bananas and almonds, and of course, broiled spiny lobsters and guinea chicks. 6 Bermudiana Road | 441 292 6898