“based in a old 2-story plantation house”
In July 1999, Pierre's Restaurant, was opened. Very much like the Moorings Village across the road, the restaurant's exterior resembles the old colonial style residences found in West Africa, but its interior reflects different cultures from around the world. Pierre's Restaurant is a sparkling white two story plantation house with blue shutters encompassing 140 seats, with 90 indoors and 50 on an outside veranda facing the Florida Bay and breath-taking sunsets. The downstairs features The Green Flash Lounge with its beautiful mahogany bar, leather chesterfield sofas, comfortable beige banquettes and rattan chairs. Both the lounge and the upstairs dining room feature dark planked wood floors, an eighteenth century Indian arcade, natural textured walls, and smooth teak tables on kilim rugs, surrounded by Moroccan, Indian, and African artifacts. Each entryway highlights a nineteenth century richly carved monastery door from India. Carved walls, Moroccan lamps, and banquettes strewn with colorful pillows create a romantic setting.
Dark cold terrible service over priced food shame because building and view is what you go to keys to see
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