Antigua and Barbuda Restaurants

Antigua and Barbuda is famous for its waterways and harbors, which makes for some great dining by the water options when you’re ready to step away from the beach and enjoy a delicious meal. If you’re looking for some fun, adventurous Antigua and Barbuda restaurants, here are a few tasty restaurants in Antigua and Barbuda to consider.

Cloggy’s

Antigua and Barbuda has been known by the British for years and years as a place for great yachting and boating, and Cloggy’s allows you to take in the entirety of the sailing atmosphere. Cloggy’s is right on the waterfront at the Antigua Yacht Club, so you can enjoy a delightful meal about by the yachts on the water. It’s an experience not to be missed.

Famous Mauro’s

Another of the more popular Antigua and Barbuda restaurants is Famous Mauro’s, which offers delicious pizza made in an awe-inspiring wood burning brick oven that you can watch in action. It’s a relaxed atmosphere with a great Italian feel in a Caribbean setting.

Catherine’s Cafe

If Italian isn’t for you, perhaps some French Caribbean dining will suit your taste. Catherine’s Café has it, with some delightful authentic French cuisine to go with fantastic views of the water and a fun, friendly vibe all around.

Explore Antigua and Barbuda Restaurants

Coconut Grove
More appealing than an episode of Lost, Coconut Grove has the feel of Asia, with a Caribbean flair. The massive thatch hut was brought over, pole by pole, from the Dominican...
The Larder
With top-notch food at affordable prices, The Larder is Antigua’s culinary rising star. The ‘gourmet-to-go’ concept was recently introduced to the island by...
Papa Zouk
This is the no-nonsense place for seafood, rum and zouk music. Tucked away in a rustic house in a leafy side street on the outskirts of St. John’s, the restaurant has...
Famous Mauro's
A popular hangout for locals and tourists alike, it’s also a hotspot for visiting Italians and almost anyone with a fondness for table football (as well as excellent...
Cloggy's
Cloggy’s first made its mark on Antigua as a hugely popular south-coast lunch spot when it was tucked away in a quaint little nook near historic Nelson’s Dockyard....
Catherine's Cafe
Catherine’s Café is one of the south coast’s culinary ‘it spots’, where diners revel in the authentic French fare, chilled vibe and jaw-dropping...