Tropics Cafe will be hosting the first of many "Cork and Canvas" workshops on March 31st. Heleen Cornet will also be exhibiting in Saba’s Five Squares Art Gallery March 24th - April 8th 2018.
A considerable amount of thought has gone into creating our new menu at Tropics Café.
It’s been a while since I’ve put up a blog…..we had two hurricanes (great excuse for being busy), but I (Johanna) also had a stroke, during hurricane Maria on September 19th 2017. I remember sitting in my room and only able to mumble words, I had no clue what was going on....my husband Wim recognized the symptoms of a stroke and got me down to the hospital during the middle of the hurricane…and here the roller coaster ride begins.
It has been nine days since we were struck by hurricane Irma. We are still on the road to recovery but Saba has yet again proved that we are resilient and that as an island we can unite to get things done ~ Official Tourism Statement
"Saba remains ‘unspoiled’ says King Willem-Alexander"
Text: Caribbean Network 12 September 2017 | Hazel Durand
Let's see what we can do to protect our birds ~ whose lives and habitats have literally been turned upside down by storms. Lets try to help them recover: it’s the least we can do!
As Hurricane Irma raced through our islands, the aftermath serves as a reminder that our Saban community is strong and resilient.
Moving forward: Juliana's Hotel is looking to expand, 1 step at a time!
Our Tropics Cafe is a proud participant of Saba Restaurant Week! The annual culinary celebration features special prix fixe menus starting at $15 for lunch and $30 for dinner at various restaurants across the island.
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