Have Lunch at Pirate's Restaurant - Norman Island
While we all love bellying up to a good beach bar to raise a rum punch, sometimes you need more than just fried bar food while on vacation. Look no further than the classy, yet comfortable Pirate's restaurant in the bight of Norman Island. The newly renovated restaurant boasts an open, airy layout, hardwood floors and a stone top bar, and high quality, comfortable dining tables, bar stools, and couches for lounging.
While the menu still features Caribbean favorites like fried conch and BBQ ribs, guests can also dine on locally caught mahi, snapper, and grouper. Muscles, fresh green salads, and Anegada lobster truly make the cuisine here some of the best. Enjoy the live musicians as you lounge on Pirate's Adirondack chairs and watch the sun sink into the water.
Check out the Pirate's website, then call or email us now, so we can help you plan your trip to Pirate's Bight.
UPDATE: On October 1, 2013, Pirate's Restaurant burnt to the ground in an early morning fire. Because Norman Island is uninhabited, firefighters had to travel by boat from neighboring Tortola. Firefighters say the restaurant was a total loss when they arrived on scene. While the official cause hasn't been released and it has not been determined if/when the recently-renovated Pirate's will be rebuilt, officials can confirm that no one was hurt in the blaze.
Call or email us now to visit Norman Island, but dine at an equally, relaxed, high end beachside restaurant. We're familiar with the BVI day trip dining options, and can recommend an alternate bar and restaurant. Further, we offer independent, expert, no-charge advice on every day charter boat available.Contact Us