Miss Junie's is more expensive than the other restaurants we tried on the island, but we thought it was worth it for a nice meal our last night in town. The dining room is wood paneled and open to the air and ocean breezes. We stayed at the lodge so we enjoyed gallo pinto cooked with coconut milk each morning. Yum! Dinner was also very good, served in a relaxed atmosphere. At dinner we saw a woman in the kitchen who resembled the portrait of Miss Junie hanging in the dining room. Perhaps we ate food prepared by the owner herself.
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