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Restaurants & Bars in Tortola

Myett's Garden & Grille Restaurant

Myett's offers Caribbean Cuisine at it's best! Our dining area & gardens were designed with the ambiance of nature in mind. Open air dining, featuring fresh lobster, fish, shrimp, steak, vegetarian, and much more delicious food-grilled right before your eyes. Sunset Happy Hour daily with special drink prices. Live DVD music concerts all day.

Cane Garden Bay Tortola , 284-495-9649

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Quito's Gazebo Beach Bar and Restaurant

Open for lunch and dinner, Quito's Gazebo Beach Bar and Restaurant, is a BVI landmark and very likely, the most popular nightclub in the territory. If dining upstairs, you'll enjoy spectacular sunset views of yachts at anchor in Cane Garden Bay which is undeniably one of the BVI's most popular anchorages!

Cane Garden Bay Tortola , 284-495-4837

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Sebastian's on the Beach

Beachfront Restaurant and Bar located at Little Apple Bay, free use of Beach-chairs with lunch. Roties, Burgers, spicey Wings, Conch-salad, Mahi-Mahi sandwiches, Salads and our world-famous home-blended Sebastian's Rum. Snorkel-gear for rent and surfboard rental during winter-month. Free WiFi for your lap-top.

Little Apple Bay P.O. Box 441, Road Town/Tortola Road Town/Tortola , 284-495-4212

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Brandywine Bay Restaurant

Brandywine Bay Restaurant located on the South shore of the Eastern end of Tortola in the British Virgin Islands serves delectable dinners created under a strong Tuscan influence with Caribbean overtures. Celebrating twenty years of distinctive dining, the restaurant’s reputation now is legendary for its tantalizing, varying selection from home made mozzarella, to Livorno-style stuffed rabbit, to calf’s liver in crème de cassis.

Tortola , 284-495-2301

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Every Friday and Saturday we fire up the Grillzebo to prepare a BBQ known around the world and our entertainment features the best in local bands. Our famous Caribbean BBQ boasts fresh salads, fruits, vegetables, BBQ Chicken, Ribs (like you've never had before), and Mahi-Mahi that melts in your mouth! Foxy features four distinct brews that combine the finest grains, malt, and hops with our freshest Caribbean waters.

Road Town Tortola , 284-495-9891

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Jolly Roger

There are many restaurants, bars and hotels in the BVI, but the Jolly Roger on Tortola has great food, is uniquely friendly and casual! Located on the

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Info on Tortola

Tortola is the main center of tourism in the British Virgin Islands, with the capital Road Town located in a lovely sheltered harbor to the south. This rocky island is 12 miles long by 3 miles wide and dominated by a lofty mountain range, with its highest peak being Mount Sage, 1750 ft high. Crossing the island often involves dramatic ascents and descents along precipitous roads, such as the switch-back road leading to the beach at Brewers Bay. So mountainous is Tortola that the airstrip had to be built on the neighboring Beef Island, the northern limits of which are flatter in comparison, largely coralline in make-up, Beef Island is connected to Tortola by toll bridge, the earliest in the Caribbean.

Much of Tortola's original subtropical forest was cleared for sugar cane production in the 1700s. The growing of sugar cane has virtually ceased and production is now only enough to supply one of the original rum distilleries in Cane Garden Bay to the north. Today cacti, mango trees, hibiscus, bougainvillea, frangipani and wild tamarind dominate the arid hillsides, while mangroves and palm trees are found around the shores.

To the north of Tortola lie Green Cay, Little Tobago, Tobago, Jost Van Dyke, Little Jost Van Dyke, Guana Island, Great Camanoe and Scrub Island.

Many people bypass this island for diving and as a result the reefs are in excellent condition. The British Virgin Islands National Parks Trust has been responsible for the putting in place over 200 mooring buoys since 1989. The ease of accessibility for divers visiting the islands with their own sailboat or powered charter yacht and the invention of 'rendez-vous diving', have made the British Virgin Islands unique in the diving world. The north coast of Tortola has some fabulous bays, such as Cane Garden Bay and Brewers Bay, which are protected by boulder-strewn barrier reefs. Some of the more exposed are cut by very large tunnels and canyons, which become difficult to dive when there is a strong northerly gale.

It only takes a few hours by car to explore Tortola, but, as it is virtually impossible to traverse the island without ascending the Mountain range.Extra time may be needed to take in those scenic views. Topped by the incredibly breathtaking Ridge Road, the rugged heights make you stop often to just gaze, or to take a photo. Additionally, the original sugar cane rum distillery is still operating in Cane Garden Bay and is well worth a visit.

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