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Spinnakers Restaurant & Bar

Spinnakers at Reduit Beach is situated on St. Lucia's whitest sand beach with views of Pigeon Point and Martinique. The menu offers a full range of food with lunches that can be as simple as a hamburger or baguette to something more substantial like lobster dishes, Creole fish and chicken or pepperpot. Spinnakers restaurant and bar is open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. But no matter what time of the day, there is always something good cooking at Spinnakers.

St. Lucia , 758-452-8491

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The Reef Beach Cafe

The Reef Beach Cafe has much to offer including, scrumptuous seafood, cool, calm and relaxing place to lounge on our beach loungers, exotic cocktails, the best beach, wheelchair access, gift shop, and stunning views.

, 758-454-3418

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Big Chef Steakhouse

Big Chef Steak House is located in Rodney Bay Village, St. Lucia's tourism hub, renowned for its beaches, shopping and nightlife. The restaurant is within walking distance of many of the top hotels, and a short drive from the majority of the others. Throw-in perfectly cooked Angus Beef, succulent local fish and seafood, an educated wine list and all there is left to say is 'Welcome to Big Chef Steak House!'

St. Lucia , 758-450-0210

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The Edge Restaurant - Bar & Sushi

The Edge restaurant is located inside Harmony Suites Hotel, Rodney Bay Village, at a stunning torch lit waterfront setting. A dinner at The Edge will probably be the best meal you will have during your stay on the beautiful island of St. Lucia. It is Caribbean Chef Of The Year 2003, Bobo Bergstrom who has taken the step from Windjammer Landing Hotel to open a restaurant for his unique EUROBBEAN fusion. He has earned fame in the whole of the Caribbean for his cooking style: flavours, presentation and attention to details.

St Lucia , (758) 450-EDGE (3343)

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Hurricane Hole Bar

Dining at Hurricane Hole Bar, snacks and cocktails at the swim-up Pool Bar, and sophisticated contemporary style at the Pink Bar.

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Jacques Waterfront Dining

CARIBBEAN FLAVOR WITH A FRENCH TWIST Jacques Waterfront Dining is a hidden gem in St. Lucia’s Vigie Cove, offering tranquil waterfront dining, tropical garden ambience and great views across the harbor of Castries and beyond to Morne Fortune. Chef Jacques and his wife Cathy run this small bespoke restaurant with a wonderful outdoor Caribbean ambience. Chef Jacques, originally from France is a veteran Chef with many years travelling the globe under his toc! (chefs hat) and he makes the most of the fresh Caribbean ingredients available to him on a daily basis. The lunch menu offers casual dining with snacks, appetizers, main courses, desserts, cocktails, and wines, you’ll find something for everyone, families are welcome. Located at Vigie Cove, Port Castries St Lucia, just minutes from your cruise ship dock by water ferry or land taxi. Jacques Waterfront Dining is open for lunch and dinner every day. Not always open on Sundays so check with your port and shopping guide before you go. We are proud to have been awarded a Trip Advisor “Certificate of Excellence” for 2011. Check us out on Trip advisor to see our reviews. Call (758) 4581900 for more details or visit our website www.jacquesresaurant.com

P.O. Box R.B.2534 Vigie Cove Castries , 758 4581900

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The Green Parrot

Green Parrot overlooks Castries Harbour and remains the local hot spot for visitors, expatriates, and locals. It takes about 12 minutes to walk here from downtown, but the effort is worth it.

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St. Lucia remains relatively unspoiled, a checkerboard of green-mantled mountains, valleys, wild orchids, and fishing villages. The island has a mixed French and British heritage, but there's a hint of the South Pacific about it as well. Music reverberates throughout St. Lucia, and the savory smells of a rich cuisine waft through Marigot Bay and Soufriere. A favorite stop-off for island-hoppers, yachties and jet-setters, St. Lucia offers volcanic rock beaches, lush fruity landscapes, and a lively nightlife of limbo, jazz, and rum punch.

Things to Do in St Lucia

Roll out your towel on the beige sand of popular Reduit Beach or the seclusion of Marigot Bay, ringed by emerald hills. Try to spot whales off Vigie Cove, or dive below the surface at Anse Chastanet. The Atlantic trade winds make for challenging windsurfing in Anse de Sables Bay, while beginners can try Cas en Bas beach at Gros Islet . Away from the beach, take a therapeutic mud bath at the sulfur springs of , discover St. Lucia's agricultural past at La Sikwe Historical Sugar Mill and Plantation or watch butterflies flit about at the Maria Islands Nature Reserve

Shopping in St Lucia

In the capital city, Castries, you can stock up on hot sauce, spices, and luscious fruits and vegetables at the bustling public market or bring back pottery, wood carvings and silk-screened textiles from the shops along William Peter Boulevard and Bridge Street. Head to Rodney Bay for original artworks and antique prints, and Soufriere for batik clothing.

Nightlife and Entertainment in St Lucia

Hotels and resorts provide the mainstay of local nightlife, with DJs spinning everything from calypso, soca and reggae to hip-hop, Latin, and rock at clubs and discos. Drink with the yachting crowd and expats in Marigot Bay or dance the night away with the jet-setters at clubs in Castries. Friday-night jump-ups are weekly street parties, where rum, reggae, and grilled fish flow. Gatherings in Gros Islet and Anse la Raye keep it hopping until the wee hours.

Restaurants and Dining in St Lucia

Creole flavors inspire much of the local cuisine. Taste traditional dishes such as green figs, salt fish and callaloo soup along with curries and pepperpot stews. Fresh foods abound, from fruits like mangoes, papayas and coconuts, and fish, including lobster and marlin. Dine on haute cuisine at the higher-end resorts and restaurants in Castries, or join the locals in Dennery for their Saturday night fish fiesta.

Climate in St Lucia

The climate is tropical, with temperatures ranging from the mid-seventies to the mid-eighties (25 to 30 degrees celsius).  During the hottest time of the year, from June to August, temperatures can reach the mid-nineties (32 degrees celsius).  Things are kept cool, however, by the constant trade winds.  Average rainfall ranges from 50 inches in the coastal regions to 160 inches in the interior rain forests.  The rainy season is from June to October.

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