Bitter End’s diverse collection of restaurants and our sea-to-table culinary philosophy attract visitors from all over the Caribbean. We’re also home to the North Sound’s oldest watering hole and a sunken ship which has turned into the coolest beach bar in the Caribbean. 

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No matter if the setting is sunken-boat beach bar, clubhouse casual or seaside fine-dining, Bitter End’s culinary philosophy remains the same: to showcase the local bounty’s freshest flavors and provide you with a true taste of the Caribbean.

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THE CLUBHOUSE [Opening Soon]

Established 1969. A true sailor’s haunt, the original Clubhouse was built by Bitter End’s first proprietor. Today, The Clubhouse is still beloved in the Caribbean as the place to enjoy a great meal and even better company.



Built for sailors, by sailors. A quintessential après sail watering hole, The Buoy Room is the place you will head straight from the docks to relive the day’s adventures.



The ultimate union of our favorite things: boats, beaches, and bars. Originally the vessel that helped build Bitter End back in the ’70s, the Reef Sampler has been raised from the seabed following Hurricane Irma for its second act as local watering hole and village focal point.



Beachside, dockside or even afloat–a private dinner at Bitter End is in one word, magical. Our creative team of chefs and planners will work with you to tailor a menu and wine pairings to your preferred tastes, and our manager will ensure that the details of your event are exceptional. Drop us a line to get started.

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“In short, we were delighted to arrive, sorry to leave, and eager to return.”

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