Antigua's restaurants are almost a dying breed since the advent of all-inclusives. But several worthwhile hotel dining rooms and nightspots remain, especially in the English/Falmouth Harbour and Dickenson Bay areas. Virtually every chef incorporates local ingredients and elements of West Indian cuisine. Most menus list prices in both EC and U.S. dollars; if not, ask which currency the menu
is using. Always double-check whether credit cards are accepted and service is included. Dinner reservations are needed during high season.
What to Wear: Perhaps because of the island's British heritage, Antiguans tend to dress more formally for dinner than dwellers on many other Caribbean islands. Wraps and shorts (no beach attire) are de rigueur for lunch, except at local hangouts.
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