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Bermuda’s Finest Dining Experiences

Ocean views in every direction, a musical soundscape as you wander through the resort, and the warm Bermuda breezes make The Loren a feast for the senses. Among these, of course, is the sense of taste and it is not surprising then that the resort is elevating the culinary experience as well. The Loren’s guests, accustomed to eating at the world’s top restaurants and enjoying the highest quality ingredients in their own kitchens, have discerning palates. Chef Tim Sullivan and his team exceed their expectations with menus incorporating sustainable, seasonal, and local ingredients into innovative dishes. In the process, they are making The Loren a culinary destination. 

Marée’s menu showcases seasonal cuisine at its best, using ingredients sourced locally from farmers and trusted island partners. Whether guests opt for the sleek yet inviting dining room or to eat alfresco, they will enjoy endless ocean views. The restaurant also has a Private Dining Room available for intimate dinners.

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Maree is currently closed for the winter. 

Stay tuned for exciting announcements for 2019

The Pink Beach Club celebrates spectacular views of the Atlantic and offers a casual interpretation of the culinary team’s commitment to seasonal locally sourced cuisine, served right at the water’s edge.


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Open Daily
Restaurant: 7am to 10pm 
Bar: 11am to 11pm

The Private Dining Room at Maree

For an unforgettable meal that is guaranteed to impress, Marée boasts an elegant Private Dining Room. The space within Marée seats 10 people and has its own designated servers.

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Culinary Philosophy

Chef Tim Sullivan and his team insist on using only the highest-quality ingredients in every dish. From the origins of the spices used and the methods by which they are ground to the source of each and every vegetable and fruit—whenever possible, local—no detail is overlooked. The Loren’s culinary teams works with a variety of fishermen and small-scale farmers to source ingredients for the resort’s restaurants. The snapper on your plate at dinner was quite likely swimming in the Atlantic that same afternoon.

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