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Re: sailing BVIs in February for a week

Originally Posted by dugsmith98 View Post
Trellis Bay has a nice "artsy" area and a nice resteraunt...
We really liked Trellis Bay when we were there last week. The Cyber Cafe was OK. But if the "nice restaurant" that you were referring to is De Loose Mongoose, it is out of business right now. A new owner tried to get it up and running for the holidays, but the chef they hired never showed up for work, so it's still not going yet. The open air bar is usually open, but no restaurant there at this time.

The other nice restaurant that you may have been referring to is The Last Resort. It is still in business and I hear it's really nice, but they closed after lunch on Sunday, Jan. 6, so we could not try them out for dinner. Be sure to call ahead for their hours - don't count on them being open.

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