Little more than a quaint beachfront shack, Uncle Roddy's is not lacking for admirers. Why, even "Condé Nast Traveler" found its way to this 62-sq.-mile island in 2011 and pronounced Uncle Roddy's one of the Caribbean's Top 20 Beach Bars. You can't beat the perch on the pearly white Barbudan sands, but it's the sweet meat of Barbudan lobster, buttered and grilled to a fare-thee-well, that draws hungry diners (although Uncle Roddy, aka Rodman George, is equally adept at grilled fish and barbecued chicken). Each main course is accompanied by island-style sides such as rice and peas, salads, and grilled plantains. The former bartender at the swanky but now defunct K Club Resort, Uncle Roddy offers up a range of beers and bar drinks as well, including his own minx-y rum concoction, the Barbuda Smash. Note that the closed season in Antigua and Barbuda for local lobster runs from the end of March through June. Reservations are required.