If you've come to Southampton for the view atop Gibb's Hill Lighthouse—where after climbing 185 steps to an open-air viewing platform, you're rewarded with a 360-degree panorama of Riddell's Bay, Hamilton Harbour, and the Atlantic Ocean—then you should stay for a meal at this cozy hilltop restaurant, which is housed in what was once the old lighthouse tea room. With thin-crust pizzas, paninis, and salads at lunch and Italian-inspired appetizers and entrées at dinner, the restaurant is also open for breakfast on Sunday mornings, when it serves traditional bacon and egg fare plus Bermudian classics, like codfish hash with caramelized bananas.