Top ChoiceBarbecue in Grand Case

Lolos

The most famous of St-Martin's Creole lolos is a cluster of a half dozen or so open kitchens where ribs, cod fritters, lobster, chicken and stuffed crabs are fire-tickled to perfection on big grills. Sides such...

French in Grand Case

Le Pressoir

Named for the giant salt press outside and ensconced in a rare traditional Creole house from 1871, Le Pressoir stands for sophisticated dining with a relaxed undercurrent. Chef Alexis creates a rotating...

French in Grand Case

Le Temps de Cerises

With its rustic-elegant beach-villa vibe – complete with hanging chairs, overstuffed pillows on a wooden bench and a stilted terrace above the sand – this restaurant is almost too good-looking. Thankfully,...

French in Grand Case

Sunset Café

In an area that abounds with fabulous ocean views, Sunset Café at the Grand Case Beach Club, with a breezy terrace that juts out over the glittering water, takes first prize. Casual by day, it serves set...

Breakfast in Grand Case

L'Ile Flottante

This bougainvillea-cradled terrace with vinyl-covered tables is the earliest breakfast option in town and the cheapest to boot. Join the predominantly local crowd in fueling up for the day on croissants or...

International in Grand Case

Rainbow Cafe

Despite the name, it's actually crimson red that makes this grown-up day-to-night beach club a visual standout on Grand Case's sandy sliver. Not only is the facade bright red but so are the chairs and the...

French Caribbean in Grand Case

Le Cottage

The good-value lobster menu is clearly Le Cottage's best kitchen ambassador, but chef David Hanquer also orchestrates other local fish and meats into culinary symphonies with Caribbean aromas. For...