Our island might be small, but there's an abundance of
options. In fact, there are more than 150 choices.
Take the opportunity to sample our delicious local fish and
guinea-chick lobster (seasonal). Though much of our
food is imported, farms scattered across the island provide good
crops of fresh, seasonal fruits and vegetables. You must try
our legendary fish chowder livened up with dashes of sherry peppers
and rum, or the hearty local breakfast of codfish and potatoes
served with Bermuda avocados and bananas.
When the shadows stretch and the island workers undo their
neckties, happy hour kicks in and many bars and pubs offer drink
and nibbles at reduced process. Our two most illustrious
national drinks are Dark n' Stormy (a mix of Bermuda dark rum and
ginger beer) and the Rum Swizzle (a mix of fruit juices and
rums). They both pack a good punch!
Casual dress is acceptable at most restaurants, though upscale
eateries often require a jacket. All restaurants and bars are
non-smoking. It's best to make a reservation, especially in
the summer when the island is busiest.