The Block Club

Block Club volunteers have been cooking free meals for almost everyone on Barbuda since Hurricane Irma hit us. A wonderful place to eat local food with local people.

Timbuk

Timbuk has an almost daily menu with food and drinks and places to sit with friends, it is currently one of the busiest places in Barbuda. Must be because they have electricity.

Wanda's

Wanda has been one of the first to open after the hurricane, providing lunches for aid workers and fast food for the rest of us.

Extra Man

On the main road between the village and River, Extra Man or what was Evans Bar, is a popular drinking and music spot now based in his home and on the road. It is often busy after horse-racing and other events.

ArtCafe

ArtCafe 2018deer meat kebabs cookingThe ArtCafe serves a selection of local home-made food and drink in our art gallery and cafe. We have local bush teas; fresh juices, Caribbean-roast coffee and we sometimes make a cake. We do a snack dish-of-the-day lunch, and delicious pop-up gourmet suppers (book in advance) with Barbudan produce. Look at our sample menu and then phone to see what we have on (268) 717 4451 or message us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. We also have a Facebook page with more pictures. We do lively Caribbean rum tasting evenings for those who want to learn about the history and practice of rum making in the Caribbean or you can come to one of our friendly happy hours - usually on Fridays from 7 - 9pm, where we serve cocktails with jazz, soca, reggae and good old pop music. Here you will meet local people and other travellers staying with us - but call first. We are ALWAYS closed on Sunday.

Uncle Roddy's Beach Bar and Grill

Roddys Baruncle roddy's bar Probably the best known of Barbuda's restaurants and bars, Uncle Roddy's is located right on the beach at Coral Group bay on Barbuda, next to Barbuda Cottages and will re-open in December. 

Street Food

butchering meat on the street roasting corn

Street food is very good on Barbuda. At school just before break-time you can buy delicious home-made snacks like bread pudding, roti, meatballs, fried chicken and meat or vegetable patties. There may be fried fish and johnny cakes outside Canutes old shop on a Friday or Saturday lunchtime, or at Charm Charles on the main road. If you are cooking; local meat (mainly pork or beef) is sometimes sold from a table in the village, is much cheaper and better quality than the imported frozen meat, and sells out fast. If you are looking for Barbudan goat, lamb or deer meat you can often only buy from people you know. Fresh fish is often sold out of a cool box or barrow carried around the village but DO NOT BUY undersize or prohibited fish, conchs or lobster, and conchs or lobster out of season. There is a council vegetable 'market' but this is only open when there is produce to sell, which is not every day.

 

 fish with soldier fungijerk man

Local Drinks

Jamoree and Majid selling coconut waterWe make our own fruit punches and other local drinks like soursop and passion fruit and there is sometimes fresh coconut water to buy. The bars serve local beers - Wadadali and Carib - as well as Heineken or whatever else is available. Antigua produces its own rums - Cavalier and English Harbour, and you can buy wine and some cocktails in the village at Timbuk for about a quarter of the price of one in a hotel. The ArtCafe does cocktail happy hours on some Friday evenings 7 - 9pm and Caribbean rum tasting evenings if you want to learn more about the making and blending of Caribbean rums.

 

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