Since 1984, Sue Walcott’s Bridgetown cafe in a converted historic warehouse has been satisfying diners with Bajan and Creole classics on a terrace overlooking the marina—and entertaining locals and visitors alike on the weekends with live entertainment (Dixieland jazz, jazz trio, or soul and R&B singers onThursday, Friday, and Saturday nights). Stop for lunch to watch the busy boats over ample sandwiches—including crab cake and flying fish—or a main ranging from pepperpot meat potpourri soup to slow-roasted glazed pork shoulder with sweet potato mash and roasted vegetable to fried plantains stuffed with pork, capers, and herbs.