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We always say a great restaurant comes down to three things: “food, service and ambience.” When it comes to the best restaurants in Aruba, you can find all three very easily. Aruba’s diverse populace and history have lent themselves to a rich, textured culinary environment. It sees a veritable potpurri of creole, European and Caribbean flavors. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that Aruba is home to a growing stable of top-flight chefs, from Erwin Husken to Dennis van Daatselaar. The best way to experience an island like Aruba is simple: to taste it; and you can. These are the 10 best restaurants in Aruba.

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Another new residential resort is coming to the booming tourism investment market of Providenciales in Turks and Caicos.

It’s called South Bank, a combination residential resort and marina development set on 2,200 feet of edge of Long Bay Beach, on the southern coastline of Providenciales.

The project will consist of a series of “neighborhoods,” all of which will either be beachfront, waterfront or marinafront properties.

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One of Grenada’s top boutique hotels has debuted a hot new dining concept: Kréyòl. 

The new eatery at the Grand Anse Beach property is led by executive chef Cristian Bassi, who calls the menu a “fusion of Creole cuisine with inspiration from the West Indies.”

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Champagne brand Moët & Chandon has opened its first-ever Moët & Chandon Ice Bar on Norwegian Cruise Line’s Great Stirrup Cay in The Bahamas. 

The new outpost is part of Great Stirrup Cay’s new “Silver Cove” destination, with outdoor seating, direct beach access and cocktails along with, of course, the brand’s signature bubbly. 

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One of the Caribbean’s greatest regattas is back again in the British Virgin Islands for 2020.

Next month, some 800 sailors and crew from around the world will descend on Tortola for the BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival.

This year, the festival will be held from March 30 – April 5.

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