Antigua Journals

Get your grub on! (Take 2)

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A travel journal to Antigua by Jodeci527

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Java 2 Go

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Java 2 Go Photo, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda
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Situated in idyllic Redcliffe Quay, is an excellent little oasis: Java 2 Go. This cafe is the best option for anyone who is seeking a great cuppa tea or coffee on any budget (Most beverages are between $2 and $6 USD). Java 2 Go is a relatively new establishment in Antigua, having opened its doors only a few months ago. The cafe is located on the Redcliffe Quay boardwalk, with mere steps separating the building from the St. John's Harbour. The cafe is small but clean and very modern with brightly coloured walls and furnishings. There is a verandah outside where most of the seating arrangements are lcoated. The tables and chairs available are a mixture of wooden and plastic furni...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on March 5, 2011

Java 2 Go
Redcliffe Quay
Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda
(268) 462-4722

El Taco Loco Antigua

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Restaurant | "Mexican food in Antigua"

El Taco Loco Antigua Photo, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda
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El Taco Loco is a Mexican restaurant located on Redcliffe Street, in the heart of St. Johns. Almost hidden from view, customers must turn into a small 'hallway' from the main street to arrive at the doorway of the restaurant. For a spicy lunch or a hearty dinner, find your way to El Taco Loco.I'm getting pretty hungry right now, just thinking about it! The scents that greet you upon entry are downright appetizing, and it's impossible to leave without ordering something from the menu. El Taco Loco is Antigua's only Mexican restaurant, and regardless of the lack of competition, they continue to provide good food for great prices.Restaurant description:El Taco Loco has a bri...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on March 2, 2011

El Taco Loco Antigua
Upper Nevis Street
Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda
(268) 562-8226

Roti King

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Restaurant | "Good 'til the last bite"

Roti King Photo, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda
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In the mood for a dish packed with spices and wrapped in a thin and wonderfully flaky layer of bread? Well this dish along with many other options are available daily at Roti King. Located on the corner of St. Mary's Street and Corn Alley is the restaurant where the magic is created. This spot is extremely popular with the locals, as Roti King makes some of the best curried roti on the island.The restaurantRoti King operates within a small yellow wooden structure at the junction of two busy streets. The building features a small dining area, a payment counter and a kitchen in the back. The payment counter appears to be constantly crowded, as new customers flock in to take the place o...Read More

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on March 8, 2011

Roti King
St. Marys Street
Antigua, Antigua
462-2328

Bay House at Trade Winds Hotel

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Restaurant | "Dinner with a view"

Bay House at Trade Winds Hotel Photo, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda
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Nestled on a hill, overlooking Dickenson Bay is one of Antigua's best kept dining secrets: The Bay House Restaurant. This restaurant is actually part of a family owned hotel called Trade Winds, and is located on the hotel's grounds. However, regardless of if you booked a room or not, everyone is welcome to partake of the culinary masterpieces which Bay House Restaurant is famous for. The restaurant is open daily from 7am to 11pm, which encourages patrons to show up whenever they are hungry. Casual attire is only permitted for breakfast and lunch, as dinner is a semi formal event. Seating arrangements are very tasteful with pristine white table linens and woven chairs, and are arranged on t...Read More

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on March 9, 2011

Bay House at Trade Winds Hotel
Dickenson Bay
St. John's, Antigua
268 462 1223

Mochachino's

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Restaurant | "Coffee to go, please?"

Mochachino's Photo, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda
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If you're looking for a simple snack in St. Johns, there's a newcomer on the scene. Mochachino's is Antigua's newest cafe and is located in the Vendors Mall complex, between Heritage and Redcliffe Quay. It's quite convenient if you're in a hurry and just want to grab a cup of coffee. They claim to serve the best 'black gold' on the island.Aside from the usual coffee drinks such as lattes and espressos, they have a reasonable selections of pastries. Muffins, doughnuts and various types of quiche are available fresh from the oven on a daily basis, and they seem to sell out pretty quickly. Most of their customers seem to be locals who work nearby and need their coffee fix, and cruise ship tou...Read More

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on March 9, 2011

Mochachino's
Heritage Quay
Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda