From Thursday, August 6th, Hamilton Princess & Beach Club’s popular summer dining option, 1609 Bar & Restaurant, the hotels Harbour front hotspot, will be open for lunch and dinner, 11am until 10pm, Thursdays through Sundays.
1609 favourites such as the Golden Fried Shrimp with Wasabi Mayo, Fish Tacos and Florentine Flatbread are joined by delicious new offerings including Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Korean BBQ Ribeye Pork Chops, Key Lime Pie and a Ten Layer Chocolate & Caramel Gateau. Much of the restaurant’s seafood is sourced locally, brought in on the hotel’s docks by local fishermen, as part of the resort’s commitment to purchasing locally.
Following the successful precedent set by Crown & Anchor, which reopened in May, tables will be a minimum of six feet apart with a maximum of ten diners to a table. Guests will need to wear a mask when on the property when not seated and each table will be equipped with a handy hook for guests to suspend their masks when not in use – an innovation which has proved extremely popular at Crown & Anchor. All team members at 1609, led by Bermudian Les Ruddock, have received training in advanced health and safety procedures for the protection and peace of mind of guests and team members.
Tim Morrison, General Manager of Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, said: ‘We are thrilled to be able to reopen 1609, our incredible over-the-water restaurant and bar. Following the success of Crown & Anchor’s reopening, we are confident we are able to offer a safe and stylish oasis for those looking for an outing in these strange times. We hope to welcome you all back with a classic Bermudian cocktail and delicious local food, while you take in the incredible vista over Hamilton Harbour.’
In order to comply with contract tracing guidelines and to ensure guests can be accommodated, reservations are strongly encouraged. They can be made by calling made by calling 298-2028 or emailing email@example.com. The venue is also available to hire for private events throughout the week – enquiries can be made through the same channels as reservations.