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rants this far out on the North Side, but Red Ginger is definitely a favorite
with locals in the know. When you see the long line of cars parked along the
road, you'll know that reservations are a must. The casual restaurant has
a view of the waves but the menu offers plenty of distraction: grilled beef
tenderloin, poached Chilean salmon, jerk lamb chops, pan-fried turtle me-
dallions, potato gnocchi, baked eggplant gâteau, and more. Take-out is
available, and you'll find a children's menu as well.
The Edge , Bodden Town,
345-947-2140, $. Open for breakfast, lunch,
and dinner, this casual restaurant serves Caribbean favorites as well as
American fare. Located just east of the Turtle Inn, you can't miss The
Edge: just look for the thatched roof. Dine outside beneath umbrellas for a
view of the water. Take-out dishes are available, as is a kids' menu.
David's Restaurant , Morritt's Tortuga Club, East End,
ext. 5939, $$. This restaurant, with both indoor and outdoor seating,
serves a menu that's varied nightly. On Monday, the beach barbecue fea-
tures jerk pork and barbecued chicken. Tuesday is comedy night and
brings a three-course dinner, while Wednesday diners choose from stir fry,
seafood or fajitas. Thursday means Caribbean dishes, and Friday features
an à la carte menu. Steak is featured Saturday nights; snapper and an à la
carte menu are offered Sundays. Reservations recommended.
Portofino Restaurant , East End near Morritt's Tortuga Club,
947-2700, $$. This casual restaurant serves a popular Sunday buffet as
well as a wide array of Italian dishes. Don't miss the view of the Wreck of
the Ten Sails and the remains of the Ridgefield , easily visible from the
Cecil's , Kaibo Yacht Club, Cayman Kai,
345-947-9975, $$$. Free ferry
service from SafeHaven takes diners from the Seven Mile Beach area to
this east side restaurant in just over 15 minutes. Once here, you'll be re-
warded with views of the North Sound, all enjoyed with dishes that range
from Caribbean to Cajun. Start with oysters Rockefeller, Creole barbecue
shrimp, Louisiana crab cakes, or calamari. Entrees include pan seared
tuna with honey ginger sesame sauce, Caribbean lobster tail stuffed with
seafood, pan-seared catfish with Louisiana crawfish sauce, and Black An-
gus filet mignon. The restaurant is open Tuesday through Sunday for din-
ner; call for ferry times as well as reservations.
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