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Restaurant Updates

September is just around the corner. The summer beach festivals have ended, and the kids are headed back to school. This is traditionally the quietest, and hottest, month on the island. It's the time when many of the restaurants close their doors for a while and take time to make repairs and take vacations. The number of restaurants that are closing is too numerous to list all of them, but below are a few. But, not to worry. Enough good restaurants remain open that you can eat well every day. And, don't forget the fish market in Gustavia if you have a place to cook. There's nothing like some fresh dorade (mahi-mahi) on the grill!


. La Saladerie on La Pointe in Gustavia has closed. Rumors are that the rent was increased too much, and an Italian restaurant will open there. Perhaps, La Saladerie will find another location.

. K'fe Massai in Lorient will remain open throughout September and October. This restaurant may not look like much from the outside, but you're in for a treat once you enter. Enough said. You'll have to discover it for yourselves! They have two or three prix fixe menus with numerous delicious offerings from each.

. L'Entr'acte...Kudeta...L'Entr'acte - You know, the restaurant in Gustavia along the harbor with the blue coconut palm outside? Apparently, they have changed the name back to L'Entr'acte and have purchased La Gamelle in Gustavia, where one of the two brothers will be opening another restaurant. Kudeta, pronounced like coup d'etat, was apparently not humorous to those in the government.

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