The Charela Inn's pretty restaurant is lit up with strings of Christmas lights, with tables set out on the beach (there's also a covered patio area in case it rains). There are Jamaican favorites on the menu along with the likes of escargot and canard à l'orange. A different five-course menu is offered each night in addition to the à la carte dishes. The French-Jamaican owners get much of the produce here from the hotel's own farm, and the delicious pastries and desserts
are all homemade. Thursday night bring live jazz, blues, and vintage reggae and on Saturday there's folkloric music, drumming and dancing while you dine. To eat here, men must wear collared shirts, and cutoff shorts or swimwear aren't allowed.