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USA Today 10 Best Caribbean Beach Bars

The Naked Fisherman is proud to announce that it has been voted the 4th best Caribbean Beach Bar by USA Today.

Thank you to everyone that voted and we hope to see you at the Naked Fisherman soon for some cocktails and to sample some of our delicious food.

“Nothing says “vacation” quite like sipping a tropical cocktail while digging your toes in the sand. The Caribbean could be called the beach bar capital of the world with countless places to sip the day away.” – USA TODAY

Introducing The Naked Fisherman IPA

We can hardly contain our excitement as we prepare to launch our very own brew on Saturday 4th March at The Naked Fisherman. Brewed especially for us, Naked Fisherman IPA is a traditional Pale Ale. Made with distinctive American hops, it has a citrus bite that unmistakably orange. It is quite strong, but not intense – Drink responsibly!

Introducing “Formidable” India Pale Ale

This week we are proud to feature this unique brew to our beer offerings at Naked Fisherman.

Formidable IPA, 7.5% ABV
A traditional India Pale Ale. A style originally brewed before refrigeration
and pasteurization using large amounts of hops (a natural preservative)
which could be shipped in the holds of ships to British Army garrisons
around the Empire. It is a very complex beer, balancing malt, alcohol and
citric hops wonderfully. It is named after Admiral Rodney’s flagship the HMS
Formidable, which sailed from Saint Lucia to defeat the French Armada at the
battle of The Saints.

Please come and give it a try…..

Chef Craig Jones guests at the Guernsey Food Fair in September

Chef Craig Jones of the acclaimed Cap Maison boutique resort in St Lucia makes his first visit to Guernsey for a gala dinner at the OGH. Partnering with Channel Island Chef of the Year, Simon Mckenzie, the menu features a taste of the Caribbean including Poached Lobster ravioli with Pink Grapefruit, Lemon Grass & Ginger Veloute, and Iced Coconut Parfait, Spiced Doughnut, Pineapple & Pistachio.

When Executive Chef Craig Jones opened The Cliff at Cap, the white tablecloth restaurant at Cap Maison, on St Lucia in October, 2008, he brought a lifetime of experience in some of the best kitchens in the world. His French West Indian inspired menu is offered in The Cliff at Cap’s dramatic setting, a bluff overlooking the crashing Caribbean Sea, with unobstructed views towards Martinique to the north and Pigeon Island to the West. Cap Maison and Chef Jones have been hailed by The New York Times and The Cliff at Cap is considered one of the most highly sought after tables on the island. But along with his rigorous training at Michelin-starred kitchens in Europe, the Welsh-born Chef Jones also brought a locavore’s passion to St Lucia, well before local sourcing became a fashionable buzz word. “I like working with small island farmers and the local fishermen, because obviously, that’s where it starts,” he says. “I love to take guests to the roadside markets and the Saturday market in Castries. The variety always surprises them, even the most sophisticated travellers who have grown accustomed to seeing exotic products in their upscale city markets. I can’t wait to sample Guernsey’s famous produce in September.”