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One restaurant not to miss?

Grand Blanc, MI
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One restaurant not to miss?

I'll be in Antigua for a week, staying at Jolly Beach using the All-Inclusive plan. I'm sure the food's fine but it will get old being on the resort all the time. That said our group (2 couples) are looking to get off the resort for a good dinner and then some good nightlife. Any suggestions? We went to Grand Cayman last year and the food was incredible yet expensive. Any comparison there?

Lake District, UK
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1. Re: One restaurant not to miss?

Walk down to the south end of Jolly Beach and you'll see Coco's hotel and restaurant up on the hill. Fantastic views at lunchtime, as good as anywhere on the island, very romantic at night and great food. Afterwards, you can walk back to the bars around Jolly Harbour. No taxis needed!

Milford Michigan
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2. Re: One restaurant not to miss?

Does Coco's have entertainment at the hotel/restaurant?

Lake District, UK
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3. Re: One restaurant not to miss?

Last year they had live music on two nights a week. Walk down to their beach bar and ask the barman what's on offer. Nightclub it isn't. The nearest thing to that used to be at the Jolly Harbour Casino, but I wouldn't advise anyone to go in there unless they have money they can afford to loose, Better to spend it on a day out with someone like Eli from Adventure antigua.

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4. Re: One restaurant not to miss?

I'm not sure when you're going, but in my opinion the best restaurant on the island is the one at Harmony Hall, which is only open for lunch, and only mid-November through mid-May. It's set high on a bluff overlooking a large bay, with an art gallery and small gift shop on site, as well as an old sugar mill that has been converted to their bar area. The place is run by an Italian couple and the cuisine reflects that and also showcases seafood. Lunch there is both lengthy and expensive, as you can order several courses and linger over the meal in true Italian fashion. Price of lunch also gains you passage on their private launch out to Green Island for sunning and snorkeling. Go early, stay late, and make a full day of it. Harmony Hall. It can't be beat!