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With wooden tables scattered indoors and out, you dine just feet from the waves. Which makes this casual spot a popular place to eat, though to be fair, it does island style food very well. Try the Anegada conch stew as a main course, served with Caribbean-style rice and peas. Other deftly done mains include shrimp Creole, ginger chicken, and jerk chicken, but if you’re tired of island cuisine, know you can also get a solid grilled filet mignon here. The after-dinner treat: a small sample of Sebastian’s rum.