Italian flourishes intermingle with Bermudian preparations at the Beach House, which occupies a cove some believe the famed pirate Blackbeard (Edward Teach) and his buccaneer crew hid out in for a spell in the late 1710s. No pirate problems today, but plenty of (deliciously) briny eats, including some highly regarded mussels and a fine rendition of traditional Bermuda fish chowder.
Set at the northern tiptop of Bermuda, the Beach House puts on a world-class sunset show each evening, best appreciated from the restaurant's balcony. Go ahead and toast that descending star--and maybe, if you're so inclined, the memory of Blackbeard himself--with a pirate-worthy rum drink.
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