A multiple-page spread in the December issue of “Taste of the South” magazine is highlighting Bermuda cuisine, with the full colour presentation offering a look at the island’s food culture.
Glenn Jones, Bermuda Tourism Authority director of public and stakeholder relations, said, “So many travellers follow their palates when making travel decisions and now, perhaps more than ever, we are giving those consumers plenty of reasons to choose Bermuda.
“Whether it’s a traditional haunt like Swizzle Inn, a fresher idea like Smokin’ Barrel or something off the beaten path like Seaside Grill – all of it, plus more, is in the Taste of the South six-page spread.
“This coverage really highlights the importance of the events the BTA product and experiences team puts together like last year’s Fish Sandwich Competition – which put Seaside Grill on the visitor map – and last month’s Food Truck Festival, which included Smokin’ Barrel.
“If not for that kind of innovation we would not have what it takes to inspire this kind of media buzz in culinary circles. Bermuda has a fantastic food culture story and, with the help of our stakeholders, foodie travellers are finally getting to hear about it.”
Screenshots of the magazine feature on Bermuda: