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Antoine Restaurant

Located at 119 Front Street, stop in for a delightful lunch and have a light salad or sandwiches, but remember that all the fine and traditional French dishes on our entire menu are available. The beach bar is also open so you can enjoy a cool drink on a lounge chair in the shade of one of our many palm trees. Lunch, light or large, is also available at our outdoor, thatch-roofed tables on the beach.

, 599-542-2964

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Caribbean Cafe

Taloula Mango’s is the famous Caribbean Café on the Boardwalk. Offering you a great Caribbean atmosphere, great food and delicious drinks at Great Bay, Philipsburg. But did you know that Taloula Mango’s also is the perfect location for your Business event? In a private area, on the second floor, no matter what your wishes are,we will make your business morning, afternoon or evening a success!

philipsburg , philipsburg , 599-542-1645

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Sunset Bar & Grill

This great beach side hang-out and perfect spot for watching aircrafts at the end of the airport runway.

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Pineapple Pete Restaurant & Bar

Here you will find the original Pineapple Pete restaurant and bar where you will have a superb dining experience with great food and great service! Next to the restaurant is Pete's Pool Room, an entertainment area with 8 pool tables, dart boards, arcade games and much more.

Conveniently located in Simpson Bay across from Paradise Plaza Casino, 7 Minute St. Maarteen , 599-544-6030

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Jimbo's Rock & Blues Cafe

WELCOME..to Jimbo's Rock & Blues Cafe, where the food is Gourmet Mexican made to order, the tunes are abundant, the drinks are flowing and the fun never stops! Jimbo's Rock & Blues Cafe is located at Simpson Bay Marina, in the heart of Simpson Bay on the Caribbean island of Dutch St. Maarten. Delicious fare of Tex-Mex grilled over chips of smoking Mesquite. Jimbo's has grown into the best Gourmet Mexican restaurant on the island, still playing great tunes, serving up fresh Mexican food and fun drinks and packing in old familiar faces and new friends every day for lunch and dinner.

, 590-544-3600

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Il Nettuno

Raymon and his staff welcome you to Il Nettuno on the beach in Grand Case, where they serve fresh pasta and seafood for lunch and dinner. Come sit in the spacious dining room and enjoy the gentle breezes as you sample some of the finest and freshest Italian cuisine in Saint Martin. The wine list includes the finest that Italy has to offer and more from France. Il Nettuno is open every day for dinner and serves lunch from December to April.

70 Grand Case Boulevard Grand Case , 590-590 87 77 38

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L'Escargot

The menu features escargot (of course!) in seven different styles, each more interesting than the next, but goes on to include the finest of French cuisine. If you are coming from the head of town to the east where the cruise ships dock, you'll see the colorful side of the Créole cottage. Classic, delicious French Cuisine and seafood with a special twist. L'Escargot is celebrating over 30 years of excellent dining in a vintage gingerbread Creole house that dates back over 150 years.

, (590) 542 2483

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Bikini Beach Tapas Bar & Grill

Tapas, Thai, Seafood & more ! Tempting Treats to Tantalize your Taste ! Multi-Lingual staff serving the beaches most innovative cocktails. The Noodlekini Snack serving Quesadillas, Stir fry Tortilla Wraps & Asian Noodles to eat on the beach. A complete watersports , children's playground, boutique and massage therapist. 7 days a week, 3 meals a day. Come for the food, stay for the fun!

, (590) 87 43 25

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St. Maarten is probably one of the best and most popular ports in the Caribbean. It is a Dutch and French Island. Dutch side is very accessible to the cruise ships port. You may take a water taxi or a stroll down to the shops and restaurants, a good 15 minute walk. Wide variety of shopping stores bars and restaurants accessible to the beach. Known to its Regatta Tours, clear water cobble stones.

Jun 24, 2013

walked off the cruise ship today in dutch st maarten in the town of philipsburg. walked down the boardwalk and found a great little resto bar on the beach named honky tonk bar. good breakfast great prices on beers, nice music. what more can you ask for?

Oct 25, 2012

If you have a chance go over to the french side and eat at one of the little bistro's in marigot overlooking the water. It was so nice. We drove around for hours trying to find the right place.

Jun 16, 2010
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PLACES TO SEE IN ST. MAARTEN / ST. MARTIN

On the Dutch side, all the action is centered around Philipsburg, the capital of St. Maarten.  Wathey Square is a bustle of activity with taxis, vans and peddlers at the wharf.  On Front Street is the historic Passangrahan Hotel, which was once the Royal Guest House for Dutch royalty.  The Sint Maarten Museum houses pre-Columbian relics and artifacts from Fort Amsterdam and the shipwrecked HMS Proselyte.

Visit Maho Beach on the Dutch side St Maarten and watch the jumbo jets land and take off right over your head. be care full as when they go to take off the thruster packs a punch and a few tourist have been blown off their feet. This is a must see when in St Maarten.

Fort Amsterdam is on a narrow stretch of land that separates Little Bay from Great Bay.  The Dutch built this more than 300 year old citadel on top of the foundation of a Spanish built fort.  From Fort Amsterdam, you can see Fort Willem.  From 1801 to 1848, Fort Willem changed hands 16 times among the Dutch, French and British.  Visitors to St. Maarten will have no trouble finding ways to enjoy themselves.  Philipsburg is home to a number of charming restaurants.  Streets bustle with shops, many offering imported goods from The Netherlands, such as cheeses, chocolates, Delftware and yes, wooden shoes.  You'll find prices here much lower than in the United States.  There are also several casinos.  Active vacationers as well can enjoy a range of sports on St. Maarten, including parasailing, snorkeling and diving, horseback riding, fishing and kayaking.

Marigot on the French side, is quintessential Paris, residents sip coffee at sidewalk cafés and watch the world go by.  The town is bustling with shoppers, business people and tourists.  At night, couples take to the streets hand in hand, savouring the cool breezes that come from Baie de Marigot.  Also on the French side is Grand Case, where you`ll find restaurants featuring some of the finest French cooking in the Caribbean.

GENERAL INFORMATION

St. Maarten is the Dutch side of a 37-square mile island shared with French St. Martin. Part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Dutch St. Maarten offers visitors many activities and amenities, making it a haven for tourists in recent years. The territory combines the elegance and sophistication of Europe with the warmth and charm of the West Indies.

Temperature:   ranges from 80 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit

Currency:    the Netherlands Antilles florin or guilder on St. Maarten; Euro on St. Martin.

Language:     Dutch on St. Maarten and French on St. Martin, however English is spoken everywhere.

 
 

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