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Nestled in the coconut grove, at Red Rock Haven Hotel, the Escape Beach Bar & Grill is just steps away from Pointe Bapsites sandy shores with refreshing drinks and great food in a tranquil and relaxed setting.

With reviews titles such as “Best Food on the Island, “Hidden gem in Dominica”, and “Come here for beach and food” it’s know wonder that the Escape Beach Bar & Grill in the number one Restaurant in Dominica according to Tripadvisor.com.

Escape Beach Bar & Grill opens Wednesday – Sunday for lunch, and dinner by reservation, Call 767-275-7997.

Have you been to Escape Beach Bar & Grill? Please Share your experiences in the comments below.

Escape Beach Bar & Grill in CalibishiePhoto by Heaven

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Dominica Food offer travelers to the nature island a combination of local delicacies made with fresh ingredients with international influences.

With more and more restaurant offering a dining experience to suit any budget. From fine dining restaurants to vendor bake stand, hungry or not you’re sure to be tempted by the local delicacies Dominica has to offer. Share your thoughts on dining experience in Dominica in the comments.

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Le Flambeau Restaurant & Beach BarPhoto by Portsmouthbeachhotel

Le Flambeau Restaurant & Beach Bar at Portsmouth Beach Hotel is located on a golden sand beach on the north-west coast of Dominica, just half a mile from Portsmouth and is immediately adjacent to Ross University in Picard. It’s on a beach front (although not a good beach) and is a only short walk away for the Ross students, and is of substantial size.

It often holds events, such as newcomer welcomes, for students. It also has a well-stocked bar. Perhaps that’s why there’s always several diners and sometimes a crowd there. The restaurant has an attractive pre-printed menu, but does not feature specials, either in price or what the dish might be.

However, don’t expect great food. The bruschetta, for example, is simply chopped tomato and onion, with none of the expected Italian seasonings, served with ordinary, sometimes limp, toast. The food is good but not great, which one would expect at the restaurant’s expensive prices. Also, at those prices, one would expect that the restaurant would have everything on the menu available, but it does not. And if you don’t consume much alcohol or bottled soda, you’re out of luck because it’s unlikely that there will be local juice or clean water. We were offered cherry juice, the only juice available, but it was undrinkable because of the extreme amount of sugar.

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