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Top Choice French in Windwardside

Chez Bubba

Tucked up a flight of stairs, this little bistro seats just 16 people on its terrace and in its tiny dining room, so reservations are essential. Steak tartare, baked brie, snails, filet mignon with foie gras, grille…
Top Choice International in Windwardside

Brigadoon

Housed in a romantic cottage, Brigadoon is one of Saba's best restaurants. Frequently changing dishes might include a sublime Saba lobster bisque, rack of lamb with truffle sauce, lion fish with lobster and shrimp s…
Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Windwardside

Five Square Art Gallery

Paintings, sketches, drawings, prints, silk screening, cards, carvings, sculptures and other unique works by artists from Saba and around the Caribbean are all for sale at this gallery in Windwardside's village cent…
Museum in Windwardside

Harry L Johnson Museum

Surrounded by wildflowers, this pint-sized museum occupies a quaint 1840-built sea-captain's cottage and is crammed with an eclectic collection. Highlights include vintage photographs of Dutch royalty, Saba's first …
International in Windwardside

Long Haul Grill & Bar

Long Haul's pizzas are named for Saban locales, including Hell's Gate (sausage, peppers and mushrooms), Ladder Bay (anchovies, shrimp and smoked ham) and Mt Scenery (chicken, bacon and goat's cheese). Fantastic sand…
Arts & Crafts in Windwardside

Kakona

Seven Saban artists and craftspeople working on the island sell their wares here, many of which are made from indigenous plants and natural products (such as Saba Spice shampoo and conditioner, sea salt, soaps, herb…
Bar in Windwardside

Tropics Cafe

Edging the swimming pool of Juliana's hotel, relaxed hangout Tropics hosts loads of events such as film screenings of island hikes on Wednesdays at 6:30pm. Happy hour is 4pm to 6pm; Friday's happy hour rings in the …
Barbecue in Windwardside

Swingin' Doors

Bookings are a must for this wildly popular, smoke-filled barbecue venue when the saloon-style wooden doors swing open for finger-lickin' chicken and ribs (Tuesday and Friday) or steak (Sunday), as only enough food …
Museum in Windwardside

Dutch Museum

Inside a classic Saban gingerbread cottage, this little museum's displays include Dutch tiles, lacework, porcelain, crystal, copper engravings, paintings, mirrors and furniture ranging from 150 to 400 years old. A f…
Jewelry in Windwardside

Jewel Cottage

Drop by the adorable gingerbread-trimmed traditional cottage of jeweler Mark Johnson to browse unique pieces including necklaces, bracelets and earrings for men and women. Designs inspired by Saba's extraordinary fl…