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We were on a sailing cruise and walked up the hill looking for a bar from our earlier days. Robert called to us in greeting, and we happily went in. He served us, entertained us and showed us his rooftop lounge. A complete delight and...More
Our sailboat cruise stopped in Mayreau and we went for a walk. This restaurant and bar was along the road and our captain stopped in here and showed us the interior. OSHA would not approve the construction...but they don't have to. There was even a...More
Bob is the man! Go up to the rooftop for sunset. Rum punches are on point. He made us an excellent conch appetizer, and even iced my sprained ankle. Bob goes above and beyond. Highly recommended for drinks, bites or dinner.
We didn't eat here, but highly recommend dropping in to Righteous Bob's place for at least a drink, some great photo ops and a tour. We heard he does a nice dinner, and this place was made for barbecuing and partying. Bob is quite a...More
This place is special. It's not a big corporate chain. The food is typical of the region and so is Robert. If you go there let him take you to his world. Dont try and find our north american standards, but enjoy the vibe.
We happened on this interesting little bar as we were hiking up the hill to see the church on the island. Robert made us feel so welcome and is very friendly. Lots of fun things to look at on the walls while enjoying a beverage!!
We went for drink about 4pm after a walk from Salt Whistle Bay, it’s only 15 mins walk but up hill. He’s such a character, his wife, daughter and young grandson were lovely and welcoming. We had a tour of the eclectic bar and restaurant...More
I was on a Tradewinds catamaran and we stopped at Mayreau for the night. We were dropped off on the dock and took a walk to the top of the hill on our way to Salt Whistle Bay. On the way up, we stopped at...More