The Ferryboat Inn Restaurant and Bar

With popular specials that change daily and mostly intimate, two seat tables, this restaurant boats a European infused menu with many fresh seafood dishes. They also have free wifi.

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The Ferryboat Inn is renowned for its menu delicacy - the black bean soup, accepted by Gourmet Magazine as well. Menu items have a dash of Caribbean and French flair. Seafood or Hamburgers are also noteworthy.

The Ferryboat Inn Restaurant and Bar is a bar and grill that offers Caribbean and French cuisines, as well as hamburgers. Most guests consider the level of formality and service here to be informal. When's the best time to come? They're open for both dinner and lunch, so consider stopping by.

Ambiance

Owners John McClean and wife Marjorie have shaped this restaurant on Anguilla Island's beach. With cool beach breeze blowing, munch on the delicacies offered at the Ferryboat Inn.

Location

This restaurant is a part of Ferryboat Inn, which is located on the island of Anguilla, it's a half mile (three quarters of a kilometer) to the south of Blowing Point.

Guests wanting to combine their visit to this restaurant with some local sightseeing options should think about heading to Old Salt Factory and Pump House, which is located 2.2 miles to the north.

There are at least a few adjacent outdoorsy-type activities to fill your afternoons you want to relax or try something new. Guests who come to town could plan ahead to play a round at the nearest golf facility, CuisinArt Resort Golf Course. A second possibility would be to while away some time relaxing on the warm sand -- The Ferryboat Inn Restaurant and Bar is located on Sandy Point Beach.

Nearby Restaurants

If you and your party are looking for another restaurant in the region that has some similar types of food and/or a similar ambiance, there are quite a few nearby options to choose from, including Old Caribe Bar & Restaurant. It is situated one and a quarter miles from The Ferryboat Inn Restaurant and Bar.

However, if you're looking for a change of pace, this section of Anguilla boasts an excellent list of food and drink venues that will suit the tastes of nearly any kind of diner. For instance, you can also try International fare at The Place, which is located right on the beach.

Cost, Credit Cards Accepted, and Hours

Some of the appetizers are filling enough to serve as your main course and run less than 10.00. The fresh seafood is the most expensive menu selection, approaching 40.00. The Ferryboat Inn Restaurant and Bar accepts these credit cards: Master Card and Visa. The restaurant is open everyday except for Sunday.

Contact Info

Location: Cul de Sac Road, Anguilla

Phone: (264) 497-6613

Website: http://www.ferryboatinn.ai/

Email: ferryb@anguillanet.com

 

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