The 5 Best Places to Eat in Speightstown, Barbados

Interested in exploring Speightstown and its restaurants? Port Ferdinand has put together a list of 5 of the best places to eat in the area.

Hugos

Hugos is located on the beachfront in Sand Street, Speightstown. In addition to serving up some of the tastiest dishes on the island for lunch and dinner, it is home to historic items from the Ivy Restaurant in London and the late Lord Glenconner’s home in Mustique. The Caribbean menu has international influences and the luxury dining experience is one not to miss.

The Lobster Pot

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, The Lobster Pot, located in Queens Street, Speightstown, is the only restaurant in Barbados that offers fresh local lobster in addition to other seafood options. Persons who don’t enjoy seafood are not left out as the menu includes delicious options such as steak, ribs and stuffed chicken breast, among others. All guests receive complimentary loungers and on some days you can even catch groovy live entertainment.

The Orange Street Grocer

Located on Orange Street, Speightstown, The Orange Street Grocer offers dishes from a new menu written every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Menu items include thin crust gourmet pizzas, a variety of salads, paninis, cheeses, hummus and caviar, and many other delicious options. During its season, you can even find lobster on the menu! The combination of great food and great beach views makes this a wonderful place to dine in the area.

Jumas

Jumas offers a unique, ocean front dining experience for lunch and dinner in Queen’s Street, Speightstown. The menu items have Barbadian, Thai and classic French influences. Complimentary beach loungers and umbrellas are provided for guests’ enjoyment. At Jumas, not only is there good food, but there is good entertainment. On some days you can enjoy live entertainment with your meal and on other days, there are moonlight parties!

Dockside at 13º/59º

Dockside at 13º/59º is located at Port Ferdinand and serves delicious lunch and dinner at the edge of a marina. Chef Larry Rogers created an exceptional menu heavily influenced by bistronomy. The stylish restaurant, along with the excellent food and serene surroundings make this a must-try dining experience that will not disappoint.

Ready to dine around Speightstown, Barbados? Book your stay at Port Ferdinand and we would be happy to help you plan this experience.

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