Doolittle’s Restaurant and Bar
Overlook The Clear Waters of Marigot Bay
In 1967 Marigot Bay was one of the main locations used in filming the classic Rex Harrison movie Dr Doolittle. Movie critics say the beautiful scenery helps draw the viewer into the movie… and who are we to argue?
When you visit Doolittle’s Restaurant and Bar you’ll fall in love with our alfresco dining area overlooking the crystal waters of Marigot Bay. At breakfast you’ll see hummingbirds darting among the flowers that line the restaurant’s walkways. During lunch, watch parrot fish swimming through the corals, and crabs sunbathing on the jetty. But it’s at night that Marigot Bay’s wildlife is at its most breathtaking… as darkness takes hold, look out for graceful rays gliding through the water, and watch the bats swoop down and catch fish with incredible precision.
And if that’s not paradise enough, you’ll know you’re in heaven when you taste the sumptuous feasts laid on daily by our chefs. From local delicacies like conch, mahi-mahi and king fish to classic dishes like steak and shrimp, our chef takes the freshest locally-sourced ingredients and turns them into mouthwatering creations that will drive your tastebuds wild.