Known as the "Gastronomic Capital of the Caribbean", St. Maarten/St. Martin offers the widest variety of cuisine and prices of any other island in the world! We boast well over 300 restaurants serving anything from local BBQ ribs and chicken, to first class French fare cooked by famous chefs imported for the season from Paris. It is said that one such chef, searching for a lighter side of French cooking for those vacationing in warmer climates, invented Nouvelle Cuisine right here in Grand Case.

Other than local style and French culinary delights, worldwide cuisine is well represented on the island with choices from Italian, Tex-Mex, Thai, Vietnamese, Indian, Japanese and Chinese, to name but a few. There are also a number of outlets that specialize in health foods and vegetarian menus. And you will be astounded by the extensive wine lists and cocktail menus offered by many of the island's dining havens. Prepare to put on a few pounds in St. Maarten/St. Martin!

And yes, we do have McDonalds, Burger King, KFC and Subway's for those of you that must have a fast food fix every couple of days. One could eat at a different restaurant every day of the year and never repeat themselves once.

Bon Appetit!

The Rendez-Vous Lounge has become the location of choice for breakfast, lunch or dinner on St. Maarten's Western coast. Residents and visitors alike flock to this casual-elegant open-terrace cafe since it opened in July 2010 at Porto Cupecoy.

French and Italian cuisine can be enjoyed in a Mediterranean village setting while overlooking the marina and Simpson Bay Lagoon. For a special treat stop by for a Gelato or French pastries.

Porto Cupecoy has been spared by the wrath of Hurricane Irma, which caused so much damage to the rest of the island. Rendez-Vous Lounge has become a haven of peace and brings back the best of St. Maarten's legendary hospitality, with gourmet-class dishes and warm, attentive service.

Porto Cupecoy and Rendez-Vous Lounge is located only a short ten minute drive from the international airport and even less from the La Samanna Hotel and the elegant villas of Terres Basses.

 

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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK:
Opened for Breakfast (8 to 12 Noon) Lunch (12 Noon to 5 PM) and Dinner (5 PM to 10 PM with Happy Hours from 5PM to 7 PM)
NON STOP: From 8 AM to 10 PM
Live music every Tuesday and Friday

Breakfast favorites: Best cappuccino of the island ! Caramel Frapuccino, Fresh juices, smoothies,
Strawberry Waffles, Crabe cake egg Benedict, Breakfast pan.
Lunch favorites: Thin crust pizza, Tuna tartar, RDVous Cranberry salad.
Dinner favorites: Fresh home made pasta and Gnocchi, Beef filet with Parmesan truffle French fries, grilled Mahi Mahi with zesty lemon butter sauce....

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Bon Appetit - Open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, located right at the heart of Simpson Bay Resort. Featuring a relaxed, informal atmosphere and well priced French Cuisine. Featuring live music every evening. Just steps away from The Red Piano Bar.

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Vesna Taverna is one of the firmly established eateries right in the center of Simpson Bay. It started out many years ago as 'The Bagel House' and quickly became the choice spot for island residents and visitors for a delicious, healthy breakfast and lunch.

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Top Carrot is an iconic vegetarian-friendly restaurant slash coffee shop focusing on healthy and very tasty breakfast and lunch dishes.

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With Esco Pazzo
, there is now authentic Italian stone oven pizza available on the island of St. Maarten. The restaurant is located at the Princess Casino.

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Jimbo's Rock & Blues Café
 cooks up a delicious fare of Tex-Mex (recently renamed Carib-Mex) grilled over chips of smoking Mesquite.

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The Refuge Restaurant and Lounge is the much anticipated extension of the iconic Sunset Beach Bar, probably one or the most famous beach bars in the world.

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For an
 elegant Italian dining experience, La Dolce Vita is one of Dutch St. Maarten's best choices. With its location at the large Port de Plaisance resort complex right on the border to the French side, the restaurant is easily accessible from that side of the island as well.

Great food is the least we expect from a restaurant. Ambiance, service, other guests.. all is part of a dining experience. But where are the places on St. Maarten/St. Martin which offer an additional, unusual twist? Something you can't expect in a regular eatery? Read up on our list to find out!

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Feel the heartbeat of Sint Maarten by visiting Cheri's Cafe in the center of Maho Village. This a wonderful place to enjoy some delicious food, be it lunch or dinner.

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For authentic
 Mexican and Colombian food, presented with warm Latin hospitality, there is no better place in St. Maarten than Taco Macho. The choices of the menu will please most palates... and the very reasonable prices every budget!

Known as the "Gastronomic Capital of the Caribbean", St. Maarten/St. Martin offers the widest variety of cuisine and prices of any other island in the world! We boast well over 300 restaurants serving anything from local BBQ ribs and chicken, to first class French fare cooked by famous chefs imported for the season from Paris.

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Enjoy the gentle Caribbean evening breeze on the open terrasse of Isola Ristorante Italiano while dining on authentic Italian cuisine.  Adjacent to the popular Hollywood Casino and close to some of St. Maarten's largest resorts, Isola commands a premier spot on top of the hill leading to the Pelican neighborhood. 

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At PINEAPPLE PETE Restaurant there is a simple motto: “Great Food, Great Service”. This is exactly what you will find here, outstanding food, fast, friendly service offered in a cozy and casual atmosphere.

On the Dutch side of the island, a wide variety of restaurants provide culinary treats to delight your taste buds. Drawing influences from virtually every region of the world, this island's cuisine has become increasingly intriguing, exciting and adventurous whilst remaining faithful to national traditions.

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Welcome to the islands premier Yoga Studio and vegan cafe. Enjoy a wide variety of Hot Yoga, Vinyasa, Hatha, Pilates and Meditation classes for all levels.

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Topper’s Restaurant & Bar is a great international restaurant in a fun Caribbean cottage that celebrates all-American comfort cuisine alongside international culinary delights.

Within five minutes drive of each other, both Orient Bay and French Cul de Sac are home to a wonderful array of dining experiences. Orient Beach is St. Martin's flagship beach where the concept of the beach bar has been developed to new heights.

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The Charter House 18.63
is located right at the Simpson Bay Yacht Club. The outside terrace and the air-conditioned dining room provide a wonderful ambiance.

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Overlooking
the beach and boardwalk, the 
Ocean Lounge Restaurant and Bar at the Holland House Beach Hotel has become the center of fine dining in the island's capital.

Marigot, the capital of French St. Martin, offers some of the charm of a small Gallic town, with a good dose of Caribbean ambiance. There are many outdoor bars and restaurants, some of the best places in unexpected locations. During the winter months, Wednesday and Thursday nights see Marigot truly come to life with street entertainment and many local bands playing live.

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Sunset Bar & Grill
is an institution on the Caribbean island of Sint Maarten-Saint Martin – if not a destination in itself. Voted by an international magazine as one of the Top 3 beach bars in the world, Sunset Bar & Grill is so much more than just a shack on a tropical shore.

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Right on a white sand beach, overlooking the turquoise Caribbean sea and only steps away from the region's most exciting shopping district, you'll find the Big Wood Grill, a truly Caribbean restaurant and bar with its own segment of Great Bay Beach.

It's no false hype: Grand Case IS the culinary capital of the Caribbean! This charming village on the northern coast of St. Martin is home to an amazing number of restaurants, ranging from basic local eateries to temples of 'Haute Cuisine' of almost every nationality.

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For decades, Lagoonies Bar & Café
has been the preferred hang-out and watering hole of the sailing community. Located right on the shore of Simpson Bay Lagoon at Lagoon Marina, it is a tiny bit off the beaten path for land based visitors, but definitely worth the extra minute of driving from Simpson Bay to Cole Bay.