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Lunch With a View: Perched on a bluff overlooking Meads Bay, the Restaurant at Malliouhana has a new menu featuring gourmet pizza, locally caught snapper, and sinful lobster mac 'n' cheese, along with super-healthy vegetarian options like grilled kale with local fresh corn "funghi." Gourmet Gastronomy: Not much farming happens in Anguilla with its thin soil and scant water, so the folks at Cuisin Art Golf Resort & Spa built an onsite hydroponic farm to supply fresh produce and herbs to all its restaurants.

Get a taste of that goodness at the eight-course Wednesday night Chef's Table, with creative local fish and seafood dishes.

Not to worry: On this 2-mile stretch of sand, you're bound to find a secluded spot.

Cocktail Hour: Bid the day farewell — with a potent Painkiller in hand — at the aptly named Sunset Lounge at Viceroy Anguilla.

Bands take the stage every night, starting around , but Thursdays, this is the place to be. Offshore Escape: If it's Wednesday or Sunday, make a day of it on Scilly Cay. Barbecue and Bands: A visit to Anguilla isn't complete without trying the island's famed barbecue.

At the fishing village of Island Harbour, a (free) boat picks you up from the pier and spirits you to this private spit of land for a day of snorkeling (bring your own gear), grilled local lobster and crayfish, stiff "rhum punch" and live reggae (Sundays only). There are beachfront joints (Garvey's Sunshine Shack) and road-side stands (Ken's Pork) but Smokey's at the Cove is a true local institution.

Chill out at Sand Bar, which serves inventive (and affordable) tapas in a casual beachfront setting, or honor the island's British heritage at Ripples, with English pub-style fare.

Dance the night away: Live music is a must-do in Anguilla, and the quirkiest spot to see it is The Pumphouse, a former salt factory with wood walls and rafters lined with funky memorabilia.

You'll need some fortification for the journey to the remote snorkeling haven of Little Bay.

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