A blissful, casual dining experience fringed with swaying palms and a sunset view.
It is entirely possible to while away the afternoons until the sun goes down at our atmospheric open-air beach restaurant and bar located on the Leeward side of the island.
Flanked by almond trees and swaying palms, guests can kick back and dine at generously-spaced hardwood tables, nestled comfortably under the cool shade of a traditional grass thatched roof, or at the Beach Bar. Relax barefoot, with your toes in the sand and nibble away at our tasty a la carte selection of Caribbean delights such as charcoal-grilled locally caught fish, barbecue chicken with pineapple and coriander rice and Mediterranean-influenced salads. If you are craving a little comfort food, try one of our crispy clay oven pizzas or a juicy Black Angus beef burger, which just may do the trick. During lobster season guests can feast on complimentary fresh lobster from the months of November 1 to April 31. Hang around our live lobster pool and we’ll fetch you one for grilling.
Goatie’s Bar is conveniently located adjacent to the Beach Restaurant and stretches out over the water’s edge offering postcard perfect sunset views. The comfy lounge area with low-cushioned sofas and round rattan loungers accented with turquoise pillows, is the perfect place to take in the laid back beach vibe of PSV. Have Bequia pour you one of his signature rum punches made up of Vincentian rum, pineapple juice, lime juice, nutmeg and a few other top secret ingredients. Or sample the locally-brewed Hairoun Beer or perfectly chilled wine from our wine cellar.
Did you know?
The name Goatie’s is affectionately named after our most senior member of PSV, a.k.a the grandfather of PSV. Goatie was instrumental in helping to build the resort back in 1966, at a time when there was no electricity or island infrastructure. Goatie will tell you that we’ve come a long way since then. See PSV's island history section to learn about the fascinating history of the resort.