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Nevis + St. Kitts restaurants

Chain restaurants have yet to land on these islands, where the options instead range from great beach-shack barbecue to Caribbean-flavored plantation-inn feasts. The emphasis is on seafood and chicken dishes, as few cattle are raised in this pocket-sized nation. The water is potable, but try Ting, a grapefruit-flavored soda, or Carib beer, a light lager, both bottled on St. Kitts.

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Double Deuce, Charlestown, Nevis

There are only three ways to hit the Deuce: Either hike a half-mile down Pinney's Beach from the Four Seasons, cross a narrow footbridge over a mangrove-lined...more

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Eddy's Bar & Restaurant, Charlestown, Nevis

Eddy's is the Cheers of Nevis—without the Boston slush. Occupying the second floor of a historic building in Nevis's main town, the locals' favorite...more

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Gallipot, Jones Bay, Nevis

Some of the islands' best seafood is served up by Julian and Tracy Rigby, British expats who have an advantage in getting the freshest fare—they also own...more

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Great House Restaurant, St. James, Nevis

Like so much in the islands, the Great House puts an emphasis on fun and whimsy. Maître d' Patterson Fleming, or Pattie, is often called the Prince of...more

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Hermitage Plantation Inn, St. John, Nevis

Don't be surprised if the spirit moves you while you're dining at the Hermitage—the plantation inn is laid out in the shape of a cross. The restaurant...more

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Miss June's, Jones Bay, Nevis

An evening with June Mestier, a gracious Trinidadian, is like going to a dinner party at the home of a good friend. Well, a friend who also happens to have...more

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Rawlins Plantation Restaurant, Mount Pleasant, St. Kitts

Lunching at the Rawlins Plantation Inn is a Kittian tradition: The West Indian buffet features Caribbean staples such as grilled plantains, jerk chicken, and...more

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Sprat Net, Old Road Town, St. Kitts

The best barbecue joints in the Caribbean are usually just roadside shacks, and Sprat Net—a tin-roofed, driftwood-strewn joint on the edge of the...more

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