Kickstart your weekend with a waterside table for breakfast or brunch every Saturday and Sunday at Tapas On The Bay in Rodney Bay.

Tapas On The Bay is a perennial favourite for its great menus and beautiful setting on the edge of Rodney Bay marina – you can even arrive by dinghy. Regular patrons and new visitors will be delighted to know that they can treat themselves at the weekend with a tasty breakfast or brunch served between 10 am and 1 pm.

Choose from Eggs Benedict, Roast Banana Waffle, English Breakfast, Saint Lucian Breakfast, ‘Good Morning’ Breakfast (highly recommended by TT), B.E.L.T. Burritos, omelettes, fruits and pastries.

After starting the day at Tapas On The Bay, you may well wish to return for dinner. The restaurant is open every evening, except Tuesday, from 6 pm. Friday nights are fun with live music. For special events and offers, check Facebook.


Treat your mum to a special three-course brunch with live entertainment. Reserve a table for the 11 am – 1 pm sitting and you can still make it to Pigeon Island in time for the Saint Lucia Jazz Mother’s Day concert. Reservations can also be made for the 1 pm – 4 pm sitting.


To coincide with the Jazz Festival, Tapas On The Bay will again host Voices On The Bay, a series of live performances by local artistes:

Friday 4th April Rob Zii Taylor (saxophone) and Phyness (vocals). Wednesday 9th April Divas Night – Sensational female singers, spoken word and steel pan. Wednesday 16th April On this night the guys will be out in force to entertain you with their songs. Visit Tapas On The Bay to join in this celebration of Saint Lucian music and food.


Tapas On The Bay

Closed Tuesday


For reservations call (758) 485 7189

or emailbigchefsteakhouse@gmail.com

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Since opening its doors in December 2017, Harbor club has become “the place to be”, whether for a drink, pizza, sushi, a quick bite, fine dining or freshly baked breads and cakes. With six dining options, TT homed in on Julia’s for lunch.

Julia’s, like much of Harbor Club, oozes casual chic. The ocean-inspired decor gives it a clean, refreshing air. Our favourite spot for a table is the outdoor lounge, next to the resort’s stunning swimming pools and overlooking Rodney Bay marina; or there is air-conditioned comfort in the indoor seating area which, with its plentiful windows, retains the views of the water (and check out the illuminated racks of wine bottles!)


The emphasis of the menu is freshness, right down to the pasta which is made by Chef Marco and his team. The lunch menu incorporates soups, salads, sandwiches, sides and a wonderful selection of fresh pastas. Chef also offers a creative array of fish and seafood dishes including dressed crab with papaya, coconut jelly and crispy Melba, and catch of the day with seasoning, tropical salsa and pickled green bananas. Meat offerings employ best Angus beef in a burger or tagliata, and an impressive chicken roti.

Real thought has gone into the preparation of vegetarian dishes such as potato gnocchi with creamy tomato, mozzarella and Parmesan, and mouthwatering roasted red and golden beetroots with goat cheese and toasted walnuts.

At some restaurants, dessert is an afterthought; at Julia’s it is the icing on the cake! It was difficult to pass on the glorious selection featured on the menu but we wanted to try the home-made ice cream. This was so “moreish” that TT staff now regularly pop into 7th Heaven, Harbor Club’s artisanal pastry shop, for an ice cream or sorbet.


As well as choosing to lunch at Julia’s, consider spending the entire day at Harbor Club by purchasing a day pass which grants use of the pool facilities. That way you can lounge, lunch, loiter and laze!


The owner of Harbor Club, Wes Hall, was raised in Jamaica by his grandmother, Julia Vassal. He is so proud of everything that she instilled in him that he named the restaurant after her.



Tel. (758) 731 2900

Julia’s is open for:

Breakfast 7 am – 10.30 am

Lunch 12 noon – 3 pm

Dinner 6 pm – 10 pm

Sunday Brunch