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Restaurants in St. Maarten/St. Martin

There are over 300 restaurants in St. Maarten, so you will not want for variety on your visit! Because of the close proximity of St. Maarten to Saint Martin, many of the restaurants on the Dutch side have a French flair to them. Seafood is plentiful at every stop. One of the most popular St. Maarten restaurants is the Sunset Bar & Grill, found right on Maho Beach. It is also located precariously at the end of the runway of Princess Juliana International Airport, which makes happy hour a more thrilling experience. They even have crab races during the daytime. The best restaurants in St. Maarten can be found in this travel guide.

The Ocean Terrace Restaurant has a huge outdoor terrace overlooking the sea, but also has indoor dining for those worn out by the sun. This St. Maarten restaurant is open for breakfast and features a huge buffet for those early risers. At dinner, the restaurant has a different theme every night to keep guests guessing. No matter where you go, you will always have a spectacular view of the ocean. Other popular dining spots in St. Maarten include La Villa Restaurant (famous for its French dishes) and the Bistrot Caraibes.

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