The Swizzle Inn Pub and Restaurant
The Swizzle Inn has always been a popular destination for visitors and locals alike. Originally located only in the east, there is now a second location in Warwick as well. Great food and drinks! And you can catch Ben Payne's musical styling over the weekend [east end spot].
Lunch or dinner-great atmosphere, sports often on TVs, local fish, varied menu, English pub atmosphere. Close to house.(6 min drive)
Casual dining at its finest - a fun place to eat and drink. Did I mention drink?
Swizzle Inn is a famous local restaurant and bar which also offers local entertainment on certain nights. It is very popular with visitors.
Great place to chill out after spending a day of exploring, get some pub grub and swizzle. They also have quiz/trivia nights on Thursdays and live music on some weekends.
“A colonial fort that has been transformed into a museum with insight into early colonial life in Bermuda. Views from the fort are spectacular! There are two beaches directly adjacent and is only a short walk from Tobacco Bay.”
“Wonderful place to visit. World famous small zoo. Beautiful large aquarium windows. Easy to access from your location taking the number 3 bus route”
“One of my fav places to take my visiting friends although you have to find out when they are not overrun with cruise ship groups! The caves are breathtaking! ”
“Wahoo's is a must dine place in St. George's!! The food is delicious and the service is great!!!”
Point of Interest
“Take in panoramic views of the Great Sound of Bermuda and Royal Naval Dockyard from atop Scaur Hill Fort and Park. The imposing fort was built in the late 1860s, after the Union victory in the American Civil War made the British fear reprisal for Bermuda’s support of the South. It includes a massive dry moat backed by tall ramparts that once held a pair of 64-pound cannons. The park around the fort encompasses 22 acres, with many paths and picnic areas; the Railway Trail crosses the eastern side of the park. Scaur Hill Fort and Park is located 15 minutes south of the Dockyard, on the West End.”