We recommend Coconuts not only for its scenic vista, but also for its sense of being tightly woven into the fabric of Bermuda's complicated social pecking order. Enjoying favor among long-time residents of the island, it's set between high cliff rocks and a sandy pink beach on the island's mostly residential south coast. Alfresco dining here is most romantic, although those breezy nights tend to cool your food before you've finished it. That food is nothing specail, meaning it's not bad, but not memorable either. Still, the views are exquisite. Note: This restaurant is not recommended for mobility impaired travelers since it requires a walk down (and back up) a steep hill to reach its beachside tables.