Bermuda Restaurant Weeks: A 4-Day Itinerary for Foodies

The biggest culinary promotion of the year, Bermuda Restaurant Weeks returns January 18, 2024 through February 29, 2024. It’s one of the best ways to experience the island’s ever-evolving culinary scene.

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Bermudian cuisine is a vibrant tapestry of flavours celebrating the island's rich culture and heritage. There’s the fusion of culinary influences from around the world, the fresh-caught local seafood, and of course, the island-inspired cocktails. And that’s just skimming the surface.

Now in its 13th year, Restaurant Weeks invites you to embark on a delectable journey through nearly 50 restaurants, each offering unique Bermuda-inspired menus. Whether you're seeking a two-course lunch or an indulgent three-course dinner, these prix-fixe options are available for dine-in or take-out – and either option is deeply fulfilling. Follow this 4-day foodie itinerary to uncover the island’s signature culinary experiences.


For the ultimate Restaurant Weeks experience, stay at the five-star Rosewood Bermuda. Nestled within the exclusive Tucker's Point Club, this gorgeous luxury resort spans 240 pristine coastal acres and features 91 spacious rooms, suites, or residences, many featuring picturesque views of Castle Harbour or Harrington Sound.

Interior view of Rosewood room with Balcony
Ken Hayden Photography | Rosewood Bermuda

The resort features seven restaurants and lounges as well as unique culinary experiences that celebrate the island's history and culture. Experience delights like the Sunset-to-Stargazing Dinner on a private beachfront, the Chef's Garden Gourmet Safari with a rum tasting and degustation dinner, an expertly prepared Bespoke Beach BBQ, or a Chef's Table Dinner offering an immersive culinary education.

Day 1


Upon checking in at the Rosewood Bermuda, you'll be embraced by the resort's elegant ambiance and impeccable service. Your evening promises an extraordinary dining experience at Sul Verde, nestled within the Tucker's Point Golf Clubhouse. Sul Verde captures the essence of Southern Italy, where every dish is a celebration of Campania's heritage and authentic flavours. Savour fresh pasta, succulent shrimp, tender lamb chops, and authentic Verace-crust pizzas. Whether you dine inside or on the expansive terrace with golf course and Castle Harbour views, the mood is relaxed and welcoming.

Birdseye view of plate of food from Sul Verde
Ken Hayden Photography | Rosewood Bermuda

For an enchanting evening, head to The Loren at Pink Beach to revel in the Jazz Quartet at Marée Lounge. Enjoy live music as you unwind with one of their popular craft cocktails.

Day 2


Today begins with a sumptuous breakfast at Island Brasserie, Rosewood’s signature restaurant, featuring dishes like the Bermuda Benedict and globally influenced dishes sourced from land and sea. After breakfast, enjoy a morning golf session on-site at Tucker's Point Golf Club. This 18-hole, par-70 course offers a challenging yet scenic golf experience, with undulating fairways, elevated tees, and breathtaking water views.

For lunch, take a taxi to Woody's Restaurant, a beloved local spot renowned for its seafood and welcoming atmosphere. Enjoy their famous fish sandwich and a cold beer at one of their picnic tables, overlooking Boaz Island Bay. Then, take a glass-bottom boat ride to explore Bermuda's underwater world without getting wet. Marvel at sea grass beds, coral reefs, and even the shipwreck of the HMS Vixen.

Back on land, head to the Royal Naval Dockyard to explore Bermuda's maritime history. Visit the National Museum of Bermuda, where you’ll discover more than 500 years of Bermuda's history, including artefacts recovered from shipwrecks and exhibitions on the island's forts.

Exterior view of National Museum of Bermuda

As evening sets in, head back to the City of Hamilton and relax with cocktails at The Cloud at the Waterfront, a charming rooftop restaurant with incredible views and casually elegant dining. Continue your culinary journey with a delectable dinner at Harry’s, named for famed Bermudian deep sea diver Harry Cox. He was also known for his special rum blend, which can be enjoyed at his namesake restaurant.

To cap off the night, immerse yourself in Hamilton’s nightlife. Stroll along Front Street, where you'll find an array of venues and historic pubs, each offering a unique atmosphere and fantastic views of the Great Sound and North Atlantic Ocean.

Day 3


Today begins with a walking tour of St. George’s with Long Story Short. Discover the history of this UNESCO World Heritage Site as you wander along charming cobblestone streets, see centuries-old buildings, and learn about local entrepreneurs and artists. Visit sites along the African Diaspora Heritage Trail as well as the historic St. Peter's Church and Cemetery. If interested, you can also book an e-bike or private tour.  

A tour guide is speaking to people in the historic town of st. george's

For lunch, head to Wahoo's Bistro & Patio Restaurant, which offers a waterfront dining experience with both indoor and patio seating. Savour a diverse menu that includes Bermuda Fish Chowder, certified Angus Beef, daily specials, and mouthwatering desserts. Then spend the afternoon unwinding in the elegant surroundings back at the hotel, where you can take a dip in the pool or simply enjoy the stunning views.

Complete your day with a memorable dinner at Intrepid, located at the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club. This steak, seafood, and raw bar restaurant offers a contemporary twist on the classic American grill. Inspired by the legendary British intelligence agent, Sir William Stephenson (code name Intrepid), the restaurant brings international flavours to the forefront for a refined dining experience. Take in the panoramic harbour views and the stylish Art Deco decor as you relish your meal.

Happy Hour at the Hamilton Princess.

Or if you’re looking for a different culinary experience, choose from one of the many other establishments participating in Restaurant Weeks.

Day 4


Start your day with an awe-inspiring journey to the Crystal Caves, one of the island's largest and most dramatic cave systems. Marvel at the soaring stalagmites and delicate limestone formations, and cross the floating bridge to peer into a crystal-clear underground lake. Tours are available daily, and there's no need for reservations, making it a convenient and spontaneous adventure.

Swizzle Inn Bermuda Swizzle

Then make your way to the legendary Swizzle Inn, located nearby in Bailey's Bay. Bermuda's oldest and most famous pub first opened its doors in 1932, and it was here that the island's national drink – the Rum Swizzle – was born. Pair the original concoction with a juicy burger, mouthwatering pizza, or traditional English shepherd's pie. Toast to your culinary journey through Bermuda!



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