Step back in time to the circa 1800 “Landing” bungalow style house overlooking the “Government Dock” aka the pink house where all ferry and commerce takes place on Briland.
The menu is otherworldly try the Cocuq Mare with eggs, virginia ham and guerye cheese on the signature sourdough toast. Order the banana pancake as a share for the table cut it in 1/4 and everyone have a melt in your mouth pancake with a dripping molasses type honey topping (whew it’s good!)
Step inside to see the bar; a scene out of a movie scene; think of Humphrey Bogart and the lush landscaping inspires a Caribbean themed “cool vibe” that is made perfect by the artwork and old photos adorning the walls.
Go during the week as the weekend scene is “overcrowded”; the staff is most friendly and we met the owner who’s photo adorns the bathrooms walls with famous guests and reminds one of the Gataby era.
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- Free Wifi
- Free parking