483149792591889 Chubb Bermuda Triangle Challenge | Where to Eat


As part of our new Sustainability Initiative, look for this logo to indicate companies that are making a significant commitment to serving locally grown produce or locally-caught seafood. A large part of Bermuda’s carbon footprint comes from the food that we import, so the more we can purchase locally, the less of an impact we have on the global environment. Plus, supporting our local businesses, restaurants and farmers is good for the economy. The inclusion of this logo does not indicate endorsement of a product or business on behalf of the Chubb Bermuda Triangle Challenge. Instead, the placement of this logo is meant to help guide participants, especially overseas participants, in their quest to making more sustainable food and lodging purchases during their stay in Bermuda. If you see a business that is missing from this list, please email [email protected].

The Huckleberry Restaurant, located within the historic main house of the historic Rosedon Hotel adheres to its philosophy of consciously sources, seasonally driven, and locally focused. The menu features fruits and vegetables from local gardens, as well as honey from the hotel’s own hives, and visitors will be hard pressed to walk away without a bag of freshly baked goodies from the Huckleberry kitchen, which include muffins, scones, cookies, cakes and even vegan options, as well as all of their bread baked fresh on site. The chefs partner with local fishermen to get the freshest catch of the day, which are certified by Ethic Ocean for sustainable fishing practices, and herbs, fruit, and vegetables are used not only in their dishes, but in freshly made juices as well.

Devil’s Isle has a mission to connect people to wholesome quality nutrition through innovation, education and creativity while being environmentally conscious. Their menu features standards that locals have come to local, as well as a daily menu that changes to reflect the availability of fresh seafood and produce. Devil’s Isle also has their own Sustainability Initiative, which involves regularly donating food to the Daily Bread Programme (through the Eliza Doolittle Society), where volunteers ensure it reaches those in our society who need it most.

To reserve a table at Devil’s Isle (in Hamilton) or their sister restaurant Village Pantry (in Flatts), please visit:

Although it’s located on the east end of the island in the historic town of St. George’s (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), a visit to Wahoo’s is well worth the trip! Their waterfront location is perfect for enjoying an afternoon or evening enjoying the sights of St. George’s Harbour, and the menu changes daily according to the catch brought in by local fishermen. Their wahoo nuggets are a staple and you can’t go wrong with the Bermuda Triangle (rockfish, wahoo, and mahi mahi, served with peas and rice, cole slaw, plantain and pawpaw chutney). And if it’s after 5pm, ask about their award-winning prickly pear martini!

For reservations call: (441) 297-1307 or e-mail: [email protected]

The Pink Beach Club’s core culinary mission centre’s around utilizing only the best and freshest ingredients, sourced locally whenever possible. Open for Breakfast (7-11am), lunch (11am-5pm), dinner (5pm-10pm), bar (11am-10pm) and Sunday brunch (11am-3pm), the Pink Beach Club is sure to cater to your dining and hosting needs.