Dining

St. James’s guests refuel at four distinctly different restaurants, among them The Docksider, known as much for its panoramic water views and charming nautical décor as its Caribbean-inspired dishes. Those who wish to dine in a more tranquil setting do so the resort’s signature fine dining restaurant, Piccolo Mondo.

Rainbow Garden

Breakfast, lunch and some dinners are served at Rainbow Garden, an airy and spacious dining room, surrounded by a wraparound patio and fringed by greenery.
Afternoon tea is served daily on the adjacent patio from 4 to 5 p.m.

Dress Code: A ‘Summer Casual’ dress code for evening dining will apply. Ripped Jeans, Flip Flops, all Beachwear, T-Shirts and Trainers are not considered ‘Summer Casual’.

Coco Beach Restaurant & Bar

For casual dining, the informal, breezy Coco Beach Restaurant & Bar offers sea views and a selection of salads, soups, burgers and pastas.

Dress Code: A ‘Summer Casual’ dress code for evening dining will apply. Ripped Jeans, Flip Flops, all Beachwear, T-Shirts and Trainers are not considered ‘Summer Casual’.

Coco Beach Restaurant & Bar

For casual dining, the informal, breezy Coco Beach Restaurant & Bar offers sea views and a selection of salads, soups, burgers and pastas.

Dress Code: A ‘Summer Casual’ dress code for evening dining will apply. Ripped Jeans, Flip Flops, all Beachwear, T-Shirts and Trainers are not considered ‘Summer Casual’.

The Docksider

The Docksider boasts a stunning view of Mamora Bay and charming nautical décor. It specializes in Caribbean-inspired dishes with fresh-caught fish. Thursdays are Caribbean Night, with a buffet showcasing specialties from around the region as well as steel band music and other entertainment.

Dress Code: A ‘Summer Casual’ dress code for evening dining will apply. Ripped Jeans, Flip Flops, all Beachwear, T-Shirts and Trainers are not considered ‘Summer Casual’.

Piccolo Mondo

Sweeping views and Italian cuisine with an elegant Caribbean twist are the draw at Piccolo Mondo. Its diverse menu features special items such as veal scaloppini Milanese and grilled catch of the day on saffron risotto. The restaurant’s striking hillside setting and romantic ambience is perfect for an intimate, relaxing dining experience. For a $40 per person surcharge, you can celebrate that special occasion or romantic evening looking out at the Caribbean Sea.

Dress Code: At The Piccolo Mondo Restaurant, dress is elegant (long pants and collared shirt). Ripped Jeans, Flip Flops, all Beachwear, T’Shirts and Trainers are not considered ‘Summer Casual’.

Piccolo Mondo

Sweeping views and Italian cuisine with an elegant Caribbean twist are the draw at Piccolo Mondo. Its diverse menu features special items such as veal scaloppini Milanese and grilled catch of the day on saffron risotto. The restaurant’s striking hillside setting and romantic ambience is perfect for an intimate, relaxing dining experience. For a $40 per person surcharge, you can celebrate that special occasion or romantic evening looking out at the Caribbean Sea.

Dress Code: At The Piccolo Mondo Restaurant, dress is elegant (long pants and collared shirt). Ripped Jeans, Flip Flops, all Beachwear, T’Shirts and Trainers are not considered ‘Summer Casual’.

Lounges & Bars

St. James’s Club & Villas has five lounges and bars. The Reef Deck bar beckons adjacent to the main pool. The property’s two beach bars, Mamora Bay Bar and Coco Beach Bar feature the resort’s signature rum punch. A beach cart with soda, beer, rum and fruit punch also provides refreshments to sun worshipers.

The Jacaranda Lounge features nightly entertainment. The Docksider Restaurant & Bar is the place to be on Thursday evenings, when steel-pan performers turn up the heat for Caribbean Calypso evenings.