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Angelina's

Brick, New Jersey
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Angelina's

Is Angelina's open for breakfast, lunch or dinner?

Edited: 04 July 2012, 05:07
Canada
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1. Re: Angelina's

Breakfast and lunch, not sure about dinner.

florida
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Just got back and walked past it every day...The sign outside the door actually calls it Mama Angie's and they are open from 8-2 Monday-Saturday. Another reasonable place to eat now is a Hot Dog wagon that opened at the Dockyards.

$4.00 for all beef hotdogs and $5.00 for hot sausage sandwiches. Nothing cheaper in Bermuda! There is a Japanese restaurant, across from grocery store, that is trying to open in St. George's but guess they are having immigration problems so don't when or if they will be open. St. George's is the best...sure wish the government would realize it before its to late.

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How was Crooked Elbow? Look forward to a trip report.

florida
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We didn't stay there this time. We stayed in an apartment in a private home that is not advertising yet. Crooked Elbow did not have 3 weeks in June available. I see they have 2 weeks available in July at a reduced rate of $135. We had a great time as usual. Rode the ferry every M-F for all 3 weeks. Got off at Dockyards just once and waited in line to get back on. Every other day we just went up and back. Got our 2 hours in the sun and then walked around town. On weekends we went to the small beach where you can find washed up glass. Went into Hamilton twice and ate at the Spring Garden and the Continental Cafe. If you go to the Continental Cafe the menu prices are different if you order in and eat outside or you order and eat inside. We plan to go back in December and as usual stay in St. George's. It may be to quiet for some but for R&R its the best!

Canada
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5. Re: Angelina's

jgirl, you got some other ideas for places to eat although not in St George plus the info you asked for about Mama Angie's. Hope that you'll forgive us for getting off the subject a little!!

Thanks mrj for your short report. It sounds like my kind of vacation.

Brick, New Jersey
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Thanks for the Mama Angie's info. and anything off subject is fine I love anything Bermuda!

Long Island, New...
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Mama Angie's was recommended by the Tourist Office in St George as an inexpensive lunch place where locals eat. That was exactly right. It's more of a coffee shop, no charm at all, but a delicious fresh fish sandwich for $6...you can't beat that! (The Fish & Chips platter was about $9.)

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>>>..'s more of a coffee shop, no charm at all, but a delicious fresh fish sandwich for $6...<<<

It sounds nuts but...some of Bermuda's best places have '..no charm..'...and yet oddly enough, the very fact that they don't is their '..charm..'...little places like DOROTHY's, tucked back up in Chancery Lane, the stepped pedestrian passway, between Front & Reid Sts. in downtown Hamilton.....the PARAQUET RESTAURANT ( http://www.bermudayp.com/dining/view/47:32371 ) out along the South Road in Paget...SPECIALTY INN ( bermudayp.com/searchresults/1/Specialty%20Inn ) along the South Road in Smiths )at: the Collector's Hill traffic light) ....

Long Island, New...
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I guess the charm is in the "no-charm"!

florida
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10. Re: Angelina's

Thats the charm of being in Bermuda....Hanging with the locals!

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