Ghosts of Bermuda's past are surely hovering about you as you dig into the top-shelf steakhouse fare at the Waterlot Inn, given that the bay-side restaurant occupies a manor house built back in 1670. Everyone from Mark Twain to Eleanor Roosevelt has frequented this place, which kicked off its biography as a warehouse used by merchant sailors.
With its steaks and lobster and fine wines and cigars, the Waterlot Inn's an old-school, high-end kind of establishment: the kind you dress up for and shell out a pretty penny to enjoy. And sometimes that's just what you're looking for in a night out.
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