Continental Cuisine in the BVI

If you can't get enough Continental cuisine, you might find yourself with a chance to treat yourself. Even though you may find your options somewhat limited, you can still find a couple of restaurants in the Virgin Islands offering this type of food.

With lots to tempt your palate, from the informal attitude at Seaside Grill to the cafes whose signature dishes are worth snapping pictures of, there's a menu for every guest and even for a memorable date night.

Take time to browse the limited, though enticing, options for Continental places that you'll have the chance to visit as you explore. Click on one of the options to discover the details about its location, ambiance, and more.

Deadman's Beach Bar & Grill

Peter Island | (284) 495-2000

Positioned 5.5 miles southeast of downtown Road Town, Deadman's Beach Bar & Grill is on the same premises as Peter Island Resort & Spa, and is a smart choice worth considering if you are going to explore this side of the island. If you're wondering, Road Town is five and a half miles (nine kilometers) to the northwest. Does your whole family love sandwiches? Even if you're just out for the atmosphere, consider making this fun restaurant the one thing on your list you do twice. <p>Shaded by palm trees and seagrapes, Deadman's Beach Bar & Grill is the epitome of tropical ambiance. The restaurant sits just steps away from the beach, and even offers an open air section under a cedar shake rough. The on-site Drake's Channel Lounge allows guests to lounge in cushioned chaises while enjoying fruity beverages and listening to live steel drum music.</p>

Seaside Grill

Long Bay, Tortola | (284) 495-4212

Located 2.6 miles south west of Cane Garden Bay, Seaside Grill is on the same premises as Sebastian's on the Beach. In case you're wondering, Road Town is four and a half miles (seven and a half kilometers) to the east-northeast. Affectionately identified as a casual place to eat, it's often reserved for lazy days outdoors. <p>Dine indoors for a cozy and intimate dining experience, or cool off with the ocean breeze outside on the terrace.</p>

Some of the most unique places to dine in the Virgin Islands are those that you stumble upon as you're out doing activities and seeing attractions. However, writing down the contact info for at least two delicious-sounding restaurants on your schedule, is recommended no matter the size of your group. To read more concerning the types of food waiting for you, check out this page.

 

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