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Curries! Doubles! Roti! You can find them all at this new, affordable spot in The Valley, Little Curry House.
Bursting with flavor, our tiny Caribbean island is known world-wide for its culinary finesse! From the Chicago Tribune, to USA Today, Anguilla's dishes have been written up far and wide. Here are our top island-dish picks!
Anguilla's Moonsplash Music Festival marked its 25th Year in March of 2015. Repeats and newcoming talented musicians were on hand at Anguilla's Dune Preserve as invited by Bankie Banx to bring in a special anniversary. It was a year to remember.
Having long set the standard for fine drink and dining in Anguilla, Malliouhana's list of fine wines and aged rums are impressive. With expert Mr. Albert Lake guiding you through a custom selection, wine and rum tastings at Malliouhana's Sunset Bar are an excellent way to begin an epicurean journey in Anguilla.
One of Anguilla's most charming cafes has a brand new location and name. Convenient and sharp, Bonjour Cafe has come the new West Indies Cafe & French Bakery.
I've been reading your articles about moving to and living in Anguilla with interest. If it were possible for a Canadian to move to Anguilla, start a
Cee-Will, Evan Brooks and Ruel Richardson are taking the island by storm with their new band, AIM! With a unique energy and flow, mixing smooth jazz with funky reggae beats, their sounds will have your head-bopping.
Owners Veronique and Didier Van have re-opened their beloved beach bistro, Le Bar! This time on Sandy Ground, Le Bar is back and better than ever... and so is their burger, the island's very best.
Jamon, manchego, Marcona almonds, home-made tzatziki and sweet Johnny cakes for dessert, Meze wows in quality, presentation and dish pairings. With a love for Mediterranean cuisine, Jerry and Carrie, owners of Veya, have done it again, this time with Meze!
The best-value hotel in Anguilla, currently rated #2 at TripAdvisor, has released a brand new, beautiful video in time with their highly anticipated summer special!…
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Sea, sun, great food, music, cold drinks and good times are all to be had at Johnno's secluded location on Anguilla's offshore cay, pristine Prickly Pear!
On its classic perch overlooking the sea, The Restaurant at Malliouhana has returned to Anguilla. With Chef Jeremy Bearman hailing from the Michelin-starred Rouge Tomate, its posh atmosphere is matched only by its culinary sophistication and warm, down-to-earth service. The result? Five-star, fine Anguilla dining on every level.
Fun and creative, yet modern and elegant, CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa has re-invigorated their cocktail menu. With a focus on using fresh, natural ingredients, there are a variety of cocktails with a new, refreshing taste to please all palates at the resort's Lobby Bar!
Set by the sea on Shoal Bay East, Malakh Day Spa offers natural and therapeautic relaxation right by the beach!
Among all of Brac Island's beaches, the most striking is undeniably Golden Cape Beach (Zlatni Rat). Situated in Bol, a town on Brac Island, Croatia, this
What began as a hobby for Caribbean Soaps & Sundries founder, Carrol Shannon, has become a thriving business. Famous for her hand-made and island-crafted soaps, candles and variety of bath products, they are high-quality and beautifully packaged, too!
Originally small animal veterinarians from San Francisco, Drs. Michael and Georgial Paul have brought first-rate medical care to the island for Anguilla's pets!
Raising $900,000 last year, I am excited to say that Chefs For Kids' Cancer will be taking place again this year!
With the best chefs in NYC, a top mixologist and John Rzeznik (of the Goo Goo Dolls) performing an acoustic set, it is sure to be another tremendous event.
Tequila Sunrise Villa has also organized an outstanding prize, complete with celebrity chefs!...
You know Elvis' Beach Bar, but do you know the man behind the bar, Elvis? From his beginnings at Mariner's to owning his own popular spot on the sand, this is an inside look at Elvis!
Set in the cliffs that surround Crocus Bay, CeBlue's Blue Bar serves a nightly special and a variety of pizzas baked in their specialty oven. From the food and drink, to the prompt and friendly service, to the dramatic views Blue Bar is a laidback yet trendy spot for daytime and evening meals.
40 days, nearly 50 submissions, hundreds upon hundreds of votes later, and we have a winner for our latest contest, 33 Days of Anguilla Dreamin'!
Popular Shoal Bay East. Charming Little Bay. Magnificent Meads Bay. Take the Which Anguilla Beach Are You? quiz to find out which of Anguilla's beautiful beaches you are!
THE institution on Shoal Bay East is back. Highly popular, especially on Sundays when the Scratch Band performs, Gwen's has re-opened on the west side of Shoal Bay East!
Thanks to owners Indra and Juergen, a true slice of Napoli has arrived in Anguilla. Tucked away on the island's east end, Artisan specializes in savory, perfectly prepared pizza pies, served hot from their wood-burning oven.
Set in a historic Anguillian home with a unique view, Daisy's offers a slice of Anguilla life. A family owned and operated business, drop in for local specialties, such as sweet potato dumplings, a variety of other dishes and, of course, their pizzas!