This laid-back, family-run, and definitely funky joint is a coveted address among yachties anchoring at Anegada. Ice-cold beer and the best lobster in the B.V.I. keep patrons coming back. The crustaceans are kept in a cage underwater, awaiting their "death summons" to the grill. Diners sit on a terrace under a straw roof, at rough-hewn wooden tables that feature a view of the water. If you go for lunch, you can tie in a visit with a snorkel trip. At night, this is the most popular place on the island for a sundowner. Other standard dishes appear on the menu, but we've never known a guest to order anything but lobster for a main course.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Recommended 2010