Dining on Saba
In the mood for something Caribbean style? Local creole dishes, West Indian barbeque and fresh seafood are readily available.
Restaurants on Saba just keep getting better. Saba offers tourists and locals good value and menus to please most any pallet. Whether you are in the mood for West Indian barbecue, fine cuisine, or just a burger or pizza, there are many options. Fresh seafood is readily available. Vegetarian or vegan? No problem!
Bizzy B Bakery
Windwardside & The Bottom
Enjoy a traditional European bakery with fresh-baked croissants, bread, pastries, and fine coffees throughout the day along with scrumptious, reasonably-priced sandwiches on crusty baguettes or the bread of the day.
Closed Sundays and holidays
Bottom Bean Cafe
Saba’s contemporary coffee house experience in The Bottom offers freshly brewed bean coffee and specialty teas from around the world. Espresso, cappuccino, latte, flavored coffees, frappuccino, ice coffee, tea, juices, sodas, and much more. The menu evolves daily to showcase the finest and freshest ingredients.
One of Saba's more popular eateries, the Brigadoon is housed in an original 19th century Saban home and conveniently located in Windwardside with open-air dining overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Proprietor Tjeerd ("TJ") offers an extensive menu and signature entrees.
Chez Bubba Bistro
Chez Bubba Bistro represents casual but fine el fresco dining. The traditional hearty French bistro specialties are ever-evolving but always finished off with an array of delectable desserts. Don't miss the World Famous Taco Thursday! Reservations are a must as it sells out every week.
is Saba's fresh take on Caribbean cuisine. Owner/operator Joanie hails from 'down island'. Cool out under a deck of umbrellas as you sip a fresh lemon breeze and struggle with your decision on her extensive menu. Her pride and St. Vincent's heritage are evident from the charming setting to her delectable dishes.
Fort Bay Harbor
Grab a cold drink and watch as the boats come in and out of Saba’s busy Fort Bay. Hang out with a local crowd and discuss the latest with fishermen, ex-pats, and other tourists. Stay at the harbor for lunch and catch the final dive taxi of the day up while you enjoy the 'local color' of Saba's only harbor.
Visit, relax, lean back, and enjoy a swift ocean breeze of awe-inspiring aromas. Unwind in either the outdoor seating surrounded by pastel shades of the old mango trees or enjoy echoes of deep sunset colors in the relaxed climate of an intimate lit dining room.
A great location for Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner in the heart of Windwardside. Dine on their covered deck and watch the planet of Saba pass you by... Reasonably priced with great food Saba Snack is an excellent place to chill before or after your Saba explorations!
Located in the heart of Windwardside, Swinging Doors is owned and operated by one of Saba’s more colorful characters, Eddie Hassell. Quick with a joke, Eddie always has a Saban tale, the latest gossip, or tales of the sea to share. There's such an extensive wine list, you must order by number: 1 is red; 2 is white. "We don't take credit cards, don't ask for any 'fancy drinks', and don't let the doors hit you in the ass on the way out!
The ambiance is casual and fun but the food is simply top-notch. Tropics isn't just a hotel restaurant but a place for an all-day hangout whether you are staying there or not. Lounge by the pool, take in the sunset, close down the bar... Wednesday's Documentary "Reaching for the Clouds" is shown on an outdoor screen. Friday's TGIF is a great hangout for locals and tourists alike.