What was a small and intimate restaurant tripled in size with an extensive refurbishment. The two-level restaurant and sushi bar boasts a very modern look and elegant feel, and is one of the few ground-entry dining spots on Front Street, with an outdoor dining area reminiscent of a European sidewalk café. Fresh local fish—such as wahoo, tuna, grouper, and snapper—is cooked perfectly, and the preparations are creative. Don't miss the almond crusted flounder, grilled
lamb chops, and pan-roasted chicken breast with fennel cream, along with all the mouthwatering, homemade desserts. For a romantic and delicious dinner for two try the 44 oz porterhouse steak, truffle fries, and grilled asparagus. Port O' Call offers one of the island's most sophisticated dining experiences.