Whether visitors have worked up an appetite on one of those adventurous outings or simply need a libation to gaze at magnificent sunsets, there are many options not only at Victoria House but also in historic San Pedro. The former sleepy fishing village still retains plenty of charm.
No culinary experience in the Caribbean would be complete without some fresh seafood. Victoria House’s Palmilla Restaurant offers some of the finest dining in the region. The restaurant overlooks the magnificent sea, and offers dishes like ceviche, cashew crusted grouper, grilled lobster, fresh snapper and more. Private dinners on the beach are also an option, a perfect way to wind down a romantic evening. For a quick bite and drink–head to Admiral Nelson’s Bar for fish and chips, coconut shrimp or delightfully fresh fish tacos. This is another ideal spot to fire up a stick and indulge in a frigid beer.
In town, several other attractive options await. Just getting there can be part of fun. One of the best ways to travel around San Pedro is via golf cart, which are plentiful along Main Street and available for rent. Leave the road rage behind as you putter from shop to shop or cantina to cantina. For great dinner and drinks, Hidden Treasure is one of the town’s best. Whether celebrating a special occasion or simply enjoying some time with friends, a signature cocktail and the best in Latin American and Caribbean cuisine adds to what will certainly be a splendid vacation.
Looking to cap off the trip with a stick for the road? Almost anywhere offers a picturesque location for a great smoke. Several excellent shops and lounges also cater to fine tobacco enthusiasts including Havana Cigars and Saul’s’ Coffee and Cigar House. A little coconut rum and pineapple juice only adds to the experience. Tilt one back, light one up and enjoy.
A Victoria House vacay will hold a place in your heart for a lifetime.