Described as an oasis in Bridgetown, Waterfront Café provides a quality dining experience in a comfortable environment, that is extremely popular with locals and visitors alike.
Situated on the Careenage (Marina) in the middle of Historic Bridgetown (The Capital) the restaurant offers full bar and a la carte menu. Opened in 1984, the restaurant was designed and continues to be run by Sue Walcott. Her relaxed and friendly manner has set the tone for the Café’s success.
Waterfront Cafe has converted its intimate bar area into a delightful lounge. You can relax, meet friends and enjoy an informal meal in our oversized settees amidst the warm murals and gentle lighting.
Waterfront Café is in the City of Bridgetown and located on the banks of the marina among the pleasure and deep sea fishing boats. At 12 noon and 4pm you can watch the arrival of the fresh catch. You might also spot one of the many turtles that come to feed on the catch. Arrive for dinner around 6pm and just as the sun dips into the water filling the sky with orange and purple – a perfect way to start your meal.
Across from the Café sits the site of the 350 year old Parliament Buildings, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Waterfront Cafe is also housed in a protected World Heritage site.
Fancy a bit of Duty Free shopping? Designer clothes, jewellery gadgets and much more are available just 5 minutes away, tax free along with Banks and other amenities you would expect to find in the island’s commercial centre.
Arriving by sea? There’s usually space available right outside the Waterfront Cafe to moor your boat, so feel free to drop in.
Within the interior of the Café, the walls are beautifully decorated with the magnificent Caribbean Art.
Oil, water colour, acrylic and prints are all on sale.
You can view our exhibited artists here.