– New Marina Bar Opens –
– 1609 Reopens Its Doors for Alfresco Dining –
Thursday, 13th of May, will see the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club opening its newest outlet, the Marina Bar, and reopening its popular seasonal restaurant, 1609.
The Marina Bar, built during the hotel’ closure last year, was constructed by BS&R, and was recently featured as a runner-up in The Bermudian magazine’s Building and Interior Awards for Commercial Building Design. The sleek, open bar is located in the heart of the hotel’s Princess Marina, below 1609 and will be the new home of the island’s favourite happy hour event, Marina Nights, when it resumes later this summer.
Open Thursdays through Sundays from 11:00am until 9:30pm, the Marina Bar will offer cocktails such as Mango Lemon Drops and the Princess Rum Swizzle alongside speciality Paloma’s available by the glass or by the pitcher. A selection of light bites, taken from the menu at 1609 will also be available to enjoy by the water’s edge. To comply with current restrictions, only seated patrons will be allowed and table service will be offered – as such reservations can be made at this time.
Diners looking to eat out in the fresh air will be able to enjoy incredible harbour views with protection from the elements in 1609. Menu favourites, such as the Golden Fried Shrimp and Flatbreads will be joined by new additions to the menu inspired by the recent, hugely popular Thai Pop-Up. These new dishes include Kaffir and Corn Hushpuppies and Tom Yum Rice Noodle Bowl. The restaurant will be open from 11:00am until 9:30pm serving lunch, dinner and cocktails. The space is also available to hire for special events throughout the week.
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