Get ready for a delectable culinary adventure as the Bermuda Tourism Authority (BTA) proudly announces the return of Restaurant Weeks, a six-week celebration of extraordinary dining experiences running from Jan. 18 to Feb. 29, 2024.


During this year’s Restaurant Weeks, Charlie Mitchell, Executive Chef of Michelin-starred Clover Hill in Brooklyn and the first Black chef in New York City to earn a Michelin Star, will host an exclusive dining experience at The Loren at Pink Beach on Feb. 28, 2024. Also joining the lineup is Master Mixologist and Drink Master (Netflix) Guest Judge, Tiffanie Barriere, who will create celebration-themed cocktails paired with local ingredients at popular restaurant The Cloud on Jan. 26, 2024.


In addition to these special events, during these six weeks over 45 restaurants offer two-course lunches and three-course dinners, with prices ranging from $25 to $59. Guests can dine in or enjoy take-out options, providing the flexibility to choose the right dining experience.


“I’m honored to have been invited to participate in this hallmark cultural event. It’s an exciting opportunity to blend my style of cooking with the vibrant flavors and influences of Bermuda.” says Charlie Mitchell, Executive Chef of Clover Hill. “I look forward to welcoming locals and visitors alike to an evening of delicious cuisine and spirited culture.”


The two anchor events include:


Culinary Artistry in Paradise: An Evening with Michelin Star Chef Charlie Mitchell on Feb. 28, 2024, at The Loren at Pink Beach. The dinner will be a four-course fusion feast that blends Bermuda’s flavors with his expert touch. Live local entertainment will enhance the experience, and carefully selected cocktail and wine pairings will elevate the dining journey.


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Celebrate in the Cloud with Master Mixologist Tiffanie Barriere, featuring modern cocktails and Bermuda’s signature spirit. On Jan. 26, 2024, Master Mixologist Tiffanie Barriere crafts signature Bermuda cocktails inspired by the island’s rich culture and local ingredients. Be immersed in a world of taste and innovation by sipping these exceptional drinks, accompanied by Tiffanie’s mixology expertise and insights into Bermuda’s drink traditions.


“This exciting event aligns with Bermuda’s national tourism plan to encourage year-round travel and embrace the rich culture of Bermuda. People often travel for food experiences, and we are working diligently to ensure that Bermuda delivers on the needs and desires of our travelers in partnership with all our tourism service providers,” says Tracy Berkeley, Chief Executive Officer at Bermuda Tourism Authority.


New for this year’s Restaurant Weeks, is live entertainment at select participating locations in the east, central and west of the island throughout the six weeks. Willowbank Resort, Pickled Onion, and St. Regis Bermuda will kick off this new addition with live performances on Thursday, Jan. 18, 2024.


Getting to Bermuda with Ease

With daily airlifts from major U.S. cities including New York City and Charlotte, frequent flights from Boston and the resumption of Miami’s winter service, travelers have a myriad of options to get to Bermuda to take part in these special events. And due to its location right off the coast of North Carolina, flights are 2 hours or less from many major East Coast airports.


Unbeatable Travel Offer

To make the experience even more enticing, Bermuda’s annual Pink Sale, ongoing now through Jan. 31, provides hotel discounts of up to 35%, which can be used to book stays during Restaurant Weeks making it a perfect time to explore Bermuda’s stunning landscapes and indulge in its culinary treasures. The Loren at Pink Beach will also be offering 10% off of stays during Restaurant Weeks.


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