They call it Bermuda's first-ever Restaurant Week, but it's actually three: From Jan. 16-Feb. 6, the Department of Tourism, with 31 of the island's top restaurants, are showcasing Bermuda's culinary scene that includes island fare and international dishes. Prices for three-course prix fixe dinners fall into three tiers, depending on the participating restaurant: $29, $39 or $49, per person, not including drinks, tax or tip. Wine pairings are offered at the same prices, per bottle.
"Bermuda's reputation as a culinary destination continues to grow and as such, we are excited to offer diners a great incentive to experience our culinary diversity through our first-ever Restaurant Week," said Wayne L. Furbert, minister of business development and tourism.
Some of the participating restaurants include Beau Rivage, The Point Restaurant at Rosewood's Tucker's Point, Bacci, Victoria Grill, Bone Fish Bar and Grill, Flanagan's Irish Pub and Wahoo's Bistro and Pub. Bermuda chefs import a lot of food but also use surrounding waters and local farms for fresh fish, fruit and veggies. Many dishes, including Bermuda's fish chowder, are paired with enhancing dashes of Bermuda-made Goslings Dark Rum.
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