St Bart's is famous for its seaside restaurants—but not all of them are as casual or relaxed as this tiny open-air gem on Grand Cul de Sac, which is best to visit for a late lunch. There are just a handful of picnic tables, scattered under cocolobas trees, and the small main house and kitchen. Order the Creole Plate of codfish accras, blood sausage, and stuffed crab, or the freshly grilled mahi-mahi, and watch the local fishing boats pull up to the shore. As a souvenir, you can even pick up a bottle of the owner’s house-made flavored rums. Closed Wednesday.