Our Island's Delicious Food Trucks
With over eight years of experience, Winky Dinky Dog believes that when it comes to lunch, “beware of the best dog in town.” These meat and bun lovers grill up some of the island’s finest Portuguese chorizo, smoked sausage and jumbo beef dogs that are sure to satisfy even the pickiest connoisseurs. Extra-hungry (and ambitious) guests will love Winky Dinky Dog’s Fut’Long behemoths and their huge list of toppings including everything from grilled peppers and onions to BBQ baked beans and pineapple salsa. Be sure to try their daily specials and get top-selling lunch items at unheard-of prices. Specialties: Loaded hot dogs and sausages. Menu: Hot dogs and a variety of sides including chili and coleslaw.
With their friendly staff and prime location, family-owned Jor-Jay’s Takeout is one of Hamilton’s best pit stops for lunchtime and late-night cuisine. Located in the parking lot opposite The Supermart, the red-and-white food truck has been providing Front Street with Bermudian favourites for over 11 years. Every day around noon, rain, blow or shine, a line of hungry patrons assembles for a taste of Jor-Jay’s signature menu items, including juicy hamburgers. Owner Arthur Dill says he serves over a hundred patties a day. Other top sellers include flavourful fish cakes, tender wings and perfectly seasoned fries. Don’t forget, if you’re pining for fast food in the wee hours of the morning, Jor-Jay’s is the place to go. Specialties: Burgers, chicken tenders and fries. Menu: Bermudian-influenced fast-food staples including fish cakes and sandwiches.
Dine in or Take-out!
Breezy beach views are the ever-changing backdrop to a superb dining experience at Coconuts, our remodeled and newly refurnished restaurant overlooking the beach. Enjoy lunch and dinner on the main deck, at an elegant table set with white linen, or a casual bite right on the beach with your toes in the sand. Among Bermuda beach resorts, Coconuts is considered one of the island’s most romantic restaurants. Our newest and most casual dining experience, the Sandbar takes a cue from its name with loungey high-top seating and a vibe that’s more laid-back than luxe. Here you’ll find beach tunes, fun beach cocktails and an all-day menu of light fare and dinnertime specials. The mood is fun and informal, with tables looking out over the ocean and a flat-screen television for those who prefer news to non-stop views. Feeling a bit more formal? Duck next door to Coconuts, for a dressy dinner on the deck, complete with white linens and waterfront views.
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Restaurant Weeks 2017
Food lovers…dine at our top restaurants to discover Bermudian culinary delights that will leave you wanting more. New this year is a 2-course prix fixe lunch menu, giving foodies even more opportunity to taste and explore. Enjoy and rate your Bermudian- inspired menu for a chance to win your next meal in Bermuda on us through our “People’s Choice Award”.. Great Food at Great Prices! Introducing culinary delights for all budgets. Select The Restaurant For Your Budget! Lunch Menu :$22.00 Dinner Menu :$32.00 Dinner Menu :$42.00 Dinner Menu :$52.00
6 Bermuda Food Trucks You Have To Try
Want in on the secret? Here are just a few of the Bermuda food trucks you have to try. 1 CANN-DA-LICIOUS FOOD TRUCK & HOT DOG CART Albuoy’s Point in Hamilton is your spot for homemade Bermudian eats. The Can-Da-Licious Food Truck serves up everything from bacon cheeseburgers (veggie option available) to fish cakes to steak-ums. Their specialty, however, is hot dogs – order up a chili cheese dog, find a spot in the scenic waterside park and soak in the sights. 2 DEGRAFF’S AT CITY HALL A favourite lunchtime option in the City of Hamilton, DeGraff’s is a Bermuda institution, having served its first meal all the way back in 1939. You’ll understand why it’s lasted so long when you try one of DeGraff’s perfectly prepared beef pies or burgers. Head over to nearby Victoria Park for a picnic. Local tip: DeGraff’s is also usually open in the morning – and their traditional Bermuda breakfast is to die for. 3 SMOKIN’ BARREL BBQ in BDA! Chef Dick Reno has been bringing seriously smoky flavours (always with a Bermuda twist) to locals and visitors for years now, via his bright red Smokin’ Barrel food truck. Dig into a delicious chicken […]
Island Al Fresco: 5 of Bermuda’s Best Outdoor Dining Spots
With a temperate climate year-round, Bermuda knows al fresco dining. Options include a rooftop deck perched over Hamilton’s Front Street and an oceanfront terrace dishing out a star chef’s inventive island cuisine. Here are some ideas for getting outside and chowing down. 1 MARCUS’ Ethiopian-born, Harlem-based Marcus Samuelsson oversees his namesake restaurant in the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club. Opened in 2016, Marcus’ offers the superstar chef’s inspired take on Caribbean and Bermudian cuisine with offerings like a Darker and Stormier cocktail (fresh ginger adds extra zing), fish chowder bites (a clever take on the classic stew) and pit-roasted jerk chicken. The surroundings are stunning, too, especially on the outdoor terrace overlooking the azure, sailboat-filled waters of Hamilton Harbour. 2 MICKEY’S BEACH BISTRO & BAR Elbow Beach With its main dining room located on an open-air deck at sand-level on Elbow Beach, Mickey’s earns its beach restaurant label. April through October, this spot at the Elbow Beach Bermuda resort serves lunch and dinner while the waves roll in and the palm trees sway. The Mediterranean-meets-island cuisine includes local grilled seafood, creative pasta dishes and, at lunch, a traditional fish sandwich. Staffers will even arrange a private, romantic candlelit dinner right […]