Located just a few miles away from the St. Lucian Marine Reserve, many tourists arrive in Marigot Bay famished after a long, arduous day of exploring the area's natural attractions. However, the towns quiet, subdued nature means that it isn't congested with shops and restaurants. There are a few to choose from, though all are locally owned, and several are situated on the grounds of resorts.
For vacationers who like seeking out unusual new foods that are specific to the places they visit, Marigot Bay offers a couple truly local restaurants to choose from. Don't forget that you will be able read further info about each of the options shown on the page by clicking on their names.
Doolittle's is located at Marigot Beach Club and is a seafood option found within the heart of Marigot Bay. Local ingredients are the source of many of the restaurants menu offerings, such as conch and king fish. Customers can reach them at (758) 451-4974.
Julietta's Restaurant & Bar is a pleasant nearby option you could visit. Coconut shrimp is perhaps their most popular menu item, but the catch of the day is always a delight. If you are looking for something specific and want to call in advance, do so at (758) 458-3224.
|Doolittle's||Central Marigot Bay||Caribbean||(758) 451-4974|
|Julietta's Restaurant & Bar||0.4 mi. Southeast of Central Marigot Bay||Caribbean||(758) 458-3224|
Rainforest Hideaway is a dinner place located in the heart of Marigot Bay. Rainforest Hideaway is a family run establishment that has been in operation since 2004. The restaurant is so named due to its location across Marigot Bay that is only accessible by ferry ride. To talk to them, call (758) 451-4485.
|Rainforest Hideaway||Central Marigot Bay||Saint Lucia||Continental||(758) 451-4485|
Alongside some familiar dining options, you will also be able to enjoy some eclectic and International dishes.
Bayside Cafe is located at Capella Marigot Bay and is a laid-back restaurant situated in the heart of Marigot Bay. Bayside Cafe is one spot that transforms as the sun progresses through the sky. In the morning, it is a simple spot to relax with breakfast, lunch time brings out its bistro style, and by dinner it is a pub where you can enjoy comfort food in a friendly setting. If you would like to call before you go, you can do so at (758) 458-5300.
A area restaurant you might like is The Grill at 14*61. The Grills serves breakfast by buffet to encourage interaction with the culinary team, while dinner centers around a rotisserie oven and wood burning grill which produces quality prime cuts of meat, locally caught fish, and seafood. Their signature sugar and spice rub enhances the natural flavors that are created when they use the grill.
Marigot Bay Yacht Club: At Marigot Bay Yacht Club, you can start your meal with callaloo soup, shrimp bisque, or a salad, then move on to Fish and Chips, Roti, Kebabs, or a seafood dish. There are also a number of bar-style appetizers. To talk to them, call (758) 451-4974.
Although there are very few such options that can be found while in Marigot Bay, feel free to gain a bit more information about them by looking at the chart found directly below.
|Bayside Cafe||Central Marigot Bay||American||(758) 458-5300|
|Marigot Bay Yacht Club||Central Marigot Bay||Eclectic||(758) 451-4974|
|The Grill at 14*61||Central Marigot Bay||International||(758) 458-5300|
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