Set in a wooded valley close to the 11th hole of the Mahogany Run Golf Course, this restaurant dates from the 1750s. It was created as a stable for a nearby Danish sugar plantation, and the walls are more than 2 feet thick. Ceiling fans and breezes blowing through the valley keep the place cool and the exposed stone walls, candlelight and lovely table linens set the stage for a gracious evening. For more than a quarter of a century, this restaurant has been feeding visitors from an eclectic menu that takes advantage of the best seasonal produce. The menu features seafood, steak and vegetarian dishes inspired by French technique and local Caribbean ingredients. Steaks are hand cut to order, with the size specified by the guest. Local fish (snapper, wahoo, mahi mahi, grouper, live lobster) are always on hand, and guests may select their meat and fish in the kitchen. There's also an award-winning wine menu and an extensive list of wines by the glass. Appetizers range from $8-$15, entrees range from $24-$36.
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