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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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Calabash Restaurant in Calibishie, Dominca

Calibishie has a wonderful new place to dine out, the Calabash Restaurant. It’s conveniently located in a real beauty spot, moderately priced, and serves wonderful food. The phone number is 445-8438.

The Calabash Restaurant has an extensive menu featuring beef, pork, seafood (both fish and shellfish) and chicken in delightful preparations and available as both starters and entrees. And the Calabash offers nice deserts and brews a fine after-dinner coffee.

The restaurant has a well-stocked bar and offers indoor and al fresco dining, the former on the ground floor adjoining the bar and the latter on a first floor deck.

Tables on both levels are available overlooking Calibishie Bay, a beautiful view at any time. On clear days the fine ambience view includes Calibishie’s famed “Devil’s Gate and Red Rocks, the bay and reef, and the islands of Guadeloupe, des Saintes and Marie-Gallante.

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By night the restaurant floodlights the bay on its shore and one can enjoy twinkling lights on Marie-Gallant and/or the heavenly light of the moon, planets, stars and Milky Way while dining. Reservations aren’t required but a call a day or two in advance can secure menu choices.

No mention of the Calabash Restaurant would be complete without compliments to the staff and the fine service provided. The Calabash Restaurant is very easy to find. Coming from Portsmouth on the main road, look to the left about 150 yards after passing the school. It’s directly on the bay in the refurbished former Domcan’s Restaurant building. Make a point of visiting for a great meal.

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 photo of tamarind tree hotel in DominicaPhotos by:Stefan via Picasa

My wife Ruth and I had a wonderful dinner at The Tamarind Tree Hotel. And, the price was moderate – we skipped the starter but had entrees and desserts for EC$130. That was with excellent service too.

The hotel’s restaurant is closed on Tuesdays. Normally it serves a table d’hôte dinner to its guests only, so reservations are a must. If the hotel isn’t full, you’ll usually be able to be seated. The phone number is 449-7395.

Moreover, the chef willingly makes accommodations. I have to eat heart-healthy and the menu for the night we chose was for steak. But they made an excellent tuna with Creole sauce for me and a chicken dinner for my wife. We saw two other couples – hotel guests, we presumed – dining, and they appeared to be equally pleased as we were.

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There are beaches a 3-minute walk and a 7-minute walk from the restaurant, which is perched on a 100 foot cliff above the Caribbean. One can swim t either beach, or at the hotel’s pool (gratis to guests and diners) and then have a drink while sunset-watching before dining. The 7-minute walk beach belongs to the East Carib Dive Center (449-6575) which also has a bar/restaurant that serves the hotel’s guests on Tuesdays. We didn’t sample it, but it looked nice. They graciously permitted us to bathe and use the shower and changing room there before dinner.

The hotel’s location is equally convenient to Roseau and Portsmouth, lying about halfway between the two towns just south of Salisbury. We found the drive worthwhile.

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