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Old August 16th, 2006, 10:48 AM
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Default Bermuda Restaurants?

Anyone have a good one that is covered with NCL's dine ashore program?
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Anyone have a good one that is covered with NCL's dine ashore program?
We ate at the Carriage House in St. George's for dinner. I highly recommend it. Many posters on the other cruise board recommended it and they did not steer us wrong.
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The White Horse Tavern in St. George is a great place for lunch & are in the NCL program.
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We kiked the Hog Penny Inn, in Hamilton. Been there twice & loved it.

The munu is limited, but the food is very good.

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We kiked the Hog Penny Inn, in Hamilton. Been there twice & loved it.

The munu is limited, but the food is very good.

Barb
That is one of the reasons people recommend the Carriage House for dinner. You are able to order off of the "regular menu". Then they simply deduct $50 per person from the total bill, including the tips which is added in. If you decide to use the vouchers for dinner, remember you must exchange them at the service desk for dinner vouchers. The ones that arrive in your cabin are lunch vouchers.
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Thanks for the suggestions!
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