Fourways Restaurant, Bermuda

Fancy dining with top notch wines. The baroness and I are dining at Fourways in Paget. History is in the walls. The original building dates back to 1727. Executive Chef, Tommy Poh is considered to be one of the very best in Bermuda. And the wine list is the best in Bermuda, especially if youContinue reading “Fourways Restaurant, Bermuda”

Tempest Bistro, St. George, Bermuda wows us with a top notch wine list & superb dining. Recommended!

The baroness and I are starting our Bermuda visit in St. George’s. There are a number of dining experiences we want to try. Tempest on Water Street is at the top of our list. The venue has nice exposed brick inside. The overall visual impression is bright and cheerful. It’s right on the water, soContinue reading “Tempest Bistro, St. George, Bermuda wows us with a top notch wine list & superb dining. Recommended!”

Dark ‘n Stormy recipe – one of Bermuda’s most popular drinks

Here’s how to make a proper Dark ‘n Stormy Pour 6 oz ginger beer (either Barritts or Gosling’s brand) into a tall glass filled with ice Float 2 oz of Gosling’s Black Seal Rum on top. Stir until it looks like a storm cloud. Optional garnish: lime wedge.  There’s a magical quality to every BermudaContinue reading “Dark ‘n Stormy recipe – one of Bermuda’s most popular drinks”

A visit to Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art

We were in Bermuda for a family wedding. The historic semi-tropical paradise was the perfect place to be for the happy occassion and was just perfect for relaxing, exploring and hitting the beach. Bermuda has many treasures. And one of the gems we’d heard of from artist Chris Bacon was Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art.Continue reading “A visit to Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art”

Wonderful post-wedding dinner at Tucker’s Point in Bermuda. Here’s the traditional Bermuda wedding cakes they made for our wedding party.

          Tucker’s Point is the pinnacle of dining, spa and places to stay in Bermuda. See http://tuckerspoint.com for more.

Experience a piece of Bermuda through a Dark ‘n Stormy, their national cocktail #recipe

Pour 6 oz ginger beer (either Barritts or Gosling’s brand) into a tall glass filled with ice and float 2 oz of Gosling’s Black Seal Rum on top. Stir until it looks like storm cloud. Optional garnish: lime wedge. The Dark ‘n Stormy is trademarked by Gosling’s, so be sure to use real Gosling’s Rum.Continue reading “Experience a piece of Bermuda through a Dark ‘n Stormy, their national cocktail #recipe”