Marcus’ reopens after makeover

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  • Food for thought: The kitchen at Marcus' restaurant at the Hamilton Princess, which reopened yesterday after a weeks-long refresh (Photograph supplied)

    Food for thought: The kitchen at Marcus' restaurant at the Hamilton Princess, which reopened yesterday after a weeks-long refresh (Photograph supplied)


The Marcus’ restaurant at the Hamilton Princess reopened its doors yesterday after a February makeover.

The wall behind the bar has been removed, opening up views over Hamilton harbour and new lunch and dinner menus have been created.

Allan Federer, general manager of the Princess, said: “The restaurant’s refresh has added even more glamour and the completely revamped lunch and dinner menus will take dining in Bermuda to a whole new level.”

Operated by US celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson, the restaurant opened for business two years ago.

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Published Mar 10, 2017 at 8:00 am (Updated Mar 9, 2017 at 8:05 pm)

Marcus’ reopens after makeover

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