Johnno's ticks many of.my "to-die-for" boxes: samd between your toes, glorious sunsets, local food. However, despite the rustic setting you pay, handsomely, for this. Here's my 3 rules for Johnno's.
1. Arrive early. Sunset hits fast so get in time for the display.
2. Go local on cuisine. Ribs, jonny cakes, lobster. Some of the best on the beach.
Me and my best friend took the ferry to Anguilla for the day. Such a awesome experience. We took a taxi driver (Magic) ended up being our mini tour guide .. While touring around we stopped at Johnno's Place for lunch. Nice little restaurant with very friendly staff. The view was awesome just right on the beach. Food was amazing.....
As is our Sunday afternoon usual, we went to Johnnos’s and had a blast. Andy is back and he is terrific, accompanying Andy was Keria Hughes, what a voice, BoBo on Sax and the legendary Sprocka. The group usually play from 1-4pm, and Boss is now playing 4-8pm. Do not miss.
We went to the Sandy Ground area one night after dark hoping to visit some of the well known restaurants and bars. It was during the week so everything looked pretty slow, until we found Johnno's Place. It is right on the beach, but since it was dark we could not enjoy the view. When we arrived there were maybe...