The traditional Sunday-morning breakfast at Shirley Heights Lookout, which coincides with the start of Sailing Week activities, is slated for this Sunday, May 1.
Managing Director of the business of J. Valarie Hodge says the annual breakfast has become a staple for many, and she jokes that if the event is not held, then the regatta – which has been on a two-year hiatus – cannot begin.
Hodge gives us a rundown of the menu, which features the traditional Antiguan Sunday-morning fare.
Hodge says the breakfast will be served for EC$50 and the first 50 people will receive free mimosas, compliments Premier Beverages, to welcome them back to the event.
She is hoping that the breakfast will be a nice lime for residents, as they watch the boats sail back to the English Harbour area from the viewpoint of Shirley Heights.