One of the more relaxed and least expensive restaurants on the island, Uncle Earnies is the place to stop as part of your laid-back beach day.
The menu is filled with favorite beach barbecue items like hamburgers, hot dogs, seafood, and refreshing mixed drinks.
Uncle Earnie's Beach Bar is a popular bar and grill that happens to specialize in American cuisine. When it comes to dress code and level of service, this restaurant's setting is very casual. This location is open for both dinner and lunch, so make time to try it.
The restaurant is set inside a shack that's hard to miss thanks to its bright green and purple paint job. You can dine inside or out on the patio.
Located in Shoal Bay East, Uncle Earnie's Beach Bar is a tempting option for those lodging in the area. For vacationers who plan on staying in or around the Valley, the restaurant is situated to the north-northeast of town.
With a some attractions within a short distance of the restaurant, helping visitors to get the most out of their vacations. Two of the closest places of interest from their location include Old Factory and Heritage Museum Collection, both of which are only a short distance away.
There are a number of fairly nearby outdoorsy-type activities to enjoy you want to relax or try something new. Travelers up for an outdoor challenge might wish to arrange an afternoon at this restaurant's closest located golf course, CuisinArt Resort Golf Course. And don't forget the beach towels, if you run over to Anguilla's Shoal Bay, which is the most convenient beach and is only a short distance away. Also, those two aren't the only options that exist for beaches, courses, and outdoor pursuits in the vicinity.
For guests hoping to find a restaurant that has similar types of food or a similar price range, there are several nearby places to pick from, including. It's located a short distance away from Uncle Earnie's Beach Bar.
However, if you're in the mood for a change of pace, this part of Anguilla has an impressive selection of dining places that will satisfy all kinds of diners. For example, you might also consider trying French fare at, where diners are within sight of the beach.
Main courses typically cost between $6 and $16, and at $1(USD) a piece, this is the cheapest spot on the entire island to get a Coca-Cola. Note that they do not accept credit cards. The beach bar is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Phone: (264) 497-3907
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