April 5, 2019
A Whole New Concept
Enjoy a convivial moment with good food, either on the terrace or in the air-conditioned lounge at Barts | Risotto & cie.
At noon, grab a quick and tasty bistro-style lunch. In the evening, the new menu exclusively features various kinds of risotto and delicious cocktails. To prolong your evening, why not play one of the board games available for everyone.
Key points: Risotto bar
Plus: It’s like Happy Hour, but it’s Happy Risotto at Barts | Risotto & cie, Monday-Thursday, 6:30pm-8:00pm: choose three small risottos to share!
MORE INFO HERE >> Barts | Risotto & cie
March 28, 2019
The Simplicity Of Caribbean Style!
The beach of St Jean is livelier than ever with the reopening of Lil Rock. You’ll find the same winning style as last time, yet housed in a brand new structure. Lil Rock places an accent on the best aspects of Caribbean Style: tasty cuisine, an idyllic setting with feet in the sand, relaxed atmosphere with music…
Key points: An incomparable island ambiance, marked by simplicity and conviviality.
Plus: Food and drinks at reasonable prices
MORE INFO HERE >> Lil Rock
April 4, 2019
The Rhythms Of Jazz
On April 4-13, 2019, the association Saint-B’Art puts reading in the spotlight with visits by visiting authors to the island’s schools. To add a musical interlude, the week also has a full calendar of jazz concerts. Over 15 musicians in various configurations will perform in different locations across the island each evening. Opening night at L’Esprit Jean-Claude Dufour in Saline.
Thursday, April 4, 7pm-10pm: Opening Concert
Friday, April 5, 7pm-10pm: Brooklyn Swing All Stars
Elementary School, Gustavia
Saturday, April 6, 8pm-11pm, Jazz Jam with Groovy Five and Guest and the Bitin Brass Band
Monday, April 8, 7pm-10pm: Django Reinhardt NY Spirit & The Swing Time Vocal Duet, “Tribute to Ella and Louis”
Tuesday, April 9, 7pm: Gospel concert with Gilda Solve
Wednesday, April 10, 8pm-10pm: Paris New York Hot Swing and The Buchwick Cats
Thursday, April 11, 8pm-10pm: Claude Hall Bossa
Friday, April 11, 8pm-10pm: Closing Concert with the Claude Hall Swing Quartet
April 5, 2019
Made in St Barth,
For fans of strong, robust coffee, Bruno Dubreuil, artisanal coffee roaster and founder of Café de St Barth has created an exceptional coffee on the island. This kind of brew, known as monsooned coffee, is transformed via humidification with seawater and salty breezes before being dried in the sun.
In the days of commerce by sailing ship, it took about six months for coffee sent from India or Indonesia to reach Europe. The humidity impacted the coffee, which fermented and changed color. Inspired by this lost tradition, Le Café de St Barth takes advantage of the climate in St Barthélemy, from the quality of the water and strong, salty winds to create a coffee that is unique in the world.
Key points: Le TImousse made in St Barth, is a specialty, monsooned coffee, unique in the world.
Plus: For an ever better flavor when drinking the coffee, it’s preferable to buy beans. The coffee should be consumed as close to roasting as possible and should be ground right before use.
Character: The taste of this coffee has a woodsy final note and a slightly bitter taste.
Price: 10€ - 227g
MORE INFO HERE >> Le Café de St Barth