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The well-known Anguilla grocery store in East End, Best Buy, has a second location in West End. Big and modern, the variety and presentation at this grocery store makes it one of the best on the island.
The Grand Dame of Anguilla hotels and resorts, Malliouhana has re-opened. Re-stored and re-newed by owners Auberge Resorts, this iconic hotel retains its original warm, classic feel, upgraded with new, modern luxurious. The Grand Dame has indeed returned to her thrown.
I'm excited to welcome the laidback Asian-Anguillian escape, Cha Cha San as our most recent Site Sponsor!
Perfectly prepared chicken curry spring rolls. Plates of steaming pan-fried Angus Beef Yaki Udon. Sushi roll upon sushi roll. Even special creations like the Rainbow City roll and Crayfish tempura made with Anguillian crayfish…
Owner and Chef Ken Lin, a passionate and hard-working man, prepares excellent and authentic dishes.
With a warm, friendly, efficient staff and a cool and light atmosphere, it's no wonder why this little-known spot has been gaining popularity!
Pico de gallo-esque cevice. An open-face foie gras sandwich with bacon and quail egg. Braised pork cheek with pork belly served with corn grits. Executive Chef Jasper Schneider is redefining five-star dining at Le Bistro at Santorini. With creative concepts and only the finest of ingredients, the menu breathes new life and the experience exceeds expectations.
Driving yourself around the island of Anguilla is easy and rewarding, especially if you like to explore. Here are some tips to make driving on this beautiful island less intimidating.
Family owned and operated, Cocono's delivers hearty, homestyle Anguillian cooking with love and care. What's on the menu? Think stewed oxtail, fried chicken, king fish, snapper all with tasty sides of macaroni pie, fries, coleslaw and salad. You can't go wrong at Cocono's!
The 3rd Annual Fundraiser Golf Tournament held by Anguilla's Chamber of Commerce is not only a day of good fun out on CuisinArt Golf Course under the warm Caribbean sun, it's all for a great cause, too.
New to Anguilla's beach bar scene, Falcon Nest is quickly becoming a favorite, especially for seafood lovers. Serving a variety of excellently prepared seafood right on the beach in scenic Island Harbour, Falcon Nest blends good food with warm service and a terrific setting all at a very affordable price.
A popular, affordable spot for breakfast and lunch, Yum Yum sure lives up to its name!
While fast food is absent in Anguilla, you won't miss it with the variety of friendly, economical, tasty and convenient food vans. Slyco Food Van is a top choice on-island.
A walk down memory lane as we reminisce and look through all of your favorite memories shared on our Anguilla Facebook page.
I'm excited to announce our latest Site Sponsor, Anguilla Watersports!
Owned and operated by a good friend of ours (since our pre-Anguilla days), Judd Burdon's new water activity school is truly world-class.
He offers two of the most popular sports in the world of water activities today... Kitesurfing and Stand Up Paddleboarding. Providing rentals, lessons and even tours, the service is top-notch, their equipment is high quality and the instruction is professional!
We've had some of the most memorable days out on the ocean with Judd. Whether it's kitesurfing (those days when we're seeking a thrill!) or stand up paddleboarding (when we're in more of a calm, relaxed mood), the memories together are many.
Family vacations in Anguilla are simply unforgettable. Private and luxurious, taking care of it all, including laundry and breakfast, Tequila Sunrise Villa is a cut above when it comes to choosing your family's vacation villa.
A colorful and cozy Anguilla home rental nestled in Island Harbour, this two bedroom villa captures true Caribbean charm. Owned by Susan and Ambrose, they are your gracious hosts throughout your stay, making you feel right at home.
Exploring Anguilla is completely safe, yet exotic and magnificent. Use these Anguilla maps, courtesy of Google Maps (on your Android or Apple device), for optimal exploration.
We are looking at the possibility of relocating to Anguilla, and have a few questions I did not see the answer to: 1) Is it safe? Obviously after reading
It's big! It's beautiful! It's one of the best times of the year!...
It's August Monday.
Sailboat racing is Anguilla's National Sport. And, the August Monday boatrace is THE boat race of the season.
We have secured two spots on Satellite (the sailboat from North Hill) during the August Monday boat race. To celebrate Carnival, we are giving these tickets away as part of a fun contest.
*Naturally, to win, you need to be on-island (apart from Christmas-New Year, this is one of the top times of the year in Anguilla!).
More details via the link below.
Anguilla boat racing is the island's National Sport. Embedded deep in the culture, when sail boats were used as a source of income, today, boat races mark the biggest holidays of the year. Loved widely by all, every Anguilla boat race is eagerly anticipated!
A local BBQ stand open weekends only, Gumbsy's Bar and Grill is a gem of a find that lies off the beaten path. They serve up tasty lobster and other ultra-fresh straight-from-the-sea delicacies. Give owner, Mikey call to see what's available and fresh!
An all-Lebanese cuisine dine-in/take-out spot that's open into the wee hours, Zack Shwarma is hopping in Anguilla. Lovers of a good shawarma, we dropped in to find out what all of the buzz is about!
Come end of August, Anguilla quiets right down. Following the end of Carnival, many businesses close up for a couple of months, taking a much needed rest to rejunevate for the upcoming season. These are the restaurants that will remain open during the off-season.
Known world-wide for its pristine conditions, Puerto Escondido surf is a dream. From Zicatela, to La Punta to Carrizalillo, there's a perfect wave for every surfer... one that will change you life!
Take a bite of local cuisine at the aptly named Caribbean Restaurant! With lots of Anguillian favorites on the menu, drop by if you enjoy Caribbean dining.
Budget-friendly, tasty and convenient, Hall's Unique Bakery is a top-choice if you're seeking island favorites such as Johnny cakes, coconut tart and a full Anguillian breakfast.
From when-to-visit, to transport, accommodations, eating and things to do, Anguilla On A Shoestring guides you through a budget-friendly vacation in Anguilla. Happy savings!