Built from the wreckage of Ondine -- the yacht's original mainmast remains as the centerpost of the bar -- Clubhouse Steak and Seafood Grille is a fun and casual place to grab a bite to eat.
Breakfast at the Clubhouse is your typical continental spread of eggs, pastries, pancakes, french toast, and waffles. Lunch is a light affair featuring salads, sandwiches, and burgers, and finally dinner is a bit heartier with homemade soups, pasta, fresh fish, lobster, poultry, and steak. The bread is baked by Winston's Bakery.
Clubhouse Steak and Seafood Grill is a buffet where they proudly serve their take on International cuisine. Expect an atmosphere and service that is informal. This eatery is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, allowing you and your group to enjoy this option at almost any meal.
In keeping with the sailing theme of the Bitter End Yacht Club, the Clubhouse is decked out in yachting decor, giving it a fun and beach-y feel.
This restaurant is on the premises of Bitter End Yacht Club, which is located in Oil Nut Bay, a neighborhood near Santu Patia; it is 6.1 miles to the northeast of Spanish Town.
One reason tourists are spotted roaming the area near this restaurant is Brechers Bay, a nearby beach, where tired travelers can recharge on the warm sand.
If you are looking to find another restaurant in the area with some similar kinds of food and/or comparable prices, there are lots of nearby options to choose from, including The Almond Walk. It is situated within traveling distance of the Clubhouse Steak and Seafood Grill.
But of course, if you're in the mood for a change of pace, this part of Virgin Gorda provides an excellent range of food and drink venues, where you will find all types of flavors and cuisine styles. For example, you can also try eclectic food at The Crawl Pub, which isn't very far away.
Location: North Sound, Oil Nut Bay, Virgin Gorda
Phone: (305) 468-0168
Secondary Phone: (800) 872-2392
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