Eat at the Beach
MARJORIE'S AT CAS EN BAS
What started off as a humble rum shop at the north end of Cas-en-Bas beach has become a beloved haunt of locals and visitors who enjoy the sweeping arc of Atlantic-facing coastline and its high-flying kite-surfers. Marjorie's is named after the owner who welcomes one and all to the rustic wooden beach bar, including the rich and famous should they stumble upon this island favourite. The food is Lucian homestyle and the beers are good and cold, so seek out Marjorie's and spend a few hours watching beach life at one of the north's hidden treasures.
MARIE'S AT REDUIT BEACH
Zesty rum punch and fresh fish on the grill—lovers of Marie's Beach Shack at the southern tip of Rodney Bay's Reduit Beach are a loyal lot, whether they are regulars at the bar or visitors who stumble upon the brightly painted local hang-out. Marie is a lovely lady whose hospitality and excellent cooking have put her on the map for many years, and at weekends her little corner of the beach is often the busiest. Catch of the day is the way to go if you love the freshest seafood, but whatever she cooks is always good, so head to the far end of Reduit and see why the locals love Marie's.
THE REEF AT SANDY BEACH, VIEUX FORT
Open 7 days per week The Reef offers a simple but nicely varied menu of Creole and international (sea)food, a range of fast foods (including homemade pizza), breakfast, fresh milkshakes, cappuccinos, cold beers and hot cocktails, at prices as low as they can keep them. The Reef Kite + Surf is located right next to the cafe, and there are tables inside as well as outside under the gum and sea grape trees right on the beach. Windsurfers and kitesurfers bring a cool, international vibe to The Reef, but the locals love it too, and weekends are always busy and bustling.