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Sand, the latest business venture of Whiteshirt Limited chaired by Patrick Casserly, is a full service bar and restaurant located on the world- famous Doctor's Cave Beach. The bar offers an impressive drinks menu and signature cocktails at prices that encourage patrons to sample several, especially the signature cocktails like the Sand Smile Frost. The bar area boasts four large flat screen televisions and free wireless access. Traditional local and beach fare include pan-style chicken and pork basted with a home-made secret sauce. There is too, escoveitched and steamed fish as well as burgers, salads, Tastee patties, ice-cold Red Stripe beer and Appleton rum. That said, Sand is a great spot on a truly formidable stretch of beach. (Photos: Garfield Robinson)
Attractive orange umbrellas
along the boardwalk afford
shade from the sun.
(Photos: Garfield Robinson)
Sand as seen from
Doctor’s Cave Beach.
Rum and spirits enthusiasts (from left) Adam Kanter, founder of the
annual MojitoFest Philadelphia; Bob Davies, businessman and
author of Therumelier.com; and Mike Streeter, author of
Rumconnection.com, enjoyed the mixes offered at Sand.
A delicious serving of
escoveitched fish and bammies.
Jerk chicken with rice and peas
served with an ice-cold smoothie.
Tourist Razia Khan, who
was visiting from New York
City, savoured sips of martini
Showing off his balancing skills was waiter
New York City vacationers Lena Souraj (left) and Tara
Vishnu enjoy lunch at Sand.
Waitress Ava Powell serves
Valerie Lalonde a martini.
Chef Henroy Hemmings turns the
chicken on the grill.
Bartender Damion Forbes shows
off the Sand Smile Frost.
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