Even though it sits a bit further back on the beach, Lime is hard to miss. If the bright green colour doesn’t give it away, its roof top deck will. And Lime shouldn’t be missed. It has one if the most welcoming vibes I’ve ever encountered. The first thing you get, even before the menu, is a cool, wet towel infused with mint – a lovely touch.
Service is warm and friendly (especially if the main man Paterson is there) and you are encouraged to enjoy the experience at your own pace. And they play a good mix of music. They were spinning some silky 70’s R&B when we were there (the Chi-lites anyone?). Seating is comfortable, with a mixture of tables and small booths. The rooftop patio is a nice feature, allowing guests to gaze out over the beach while sipping on their drinks – but bring a good hat.
What will you have?
Beers: Emphasis on Carib, Stag, Skol and Guinness Stout
Rums & Cocktails: Well stocked bar with good prices – on both house and premium brands.
Food: Burgers, ribs, veggie wraps, fresh fish, shrimp, lobster, etc., all well done and substantial.
Lime’s customers have access to chairs and umbrellas on the beach.
Always a welcoming and comforting place.