New restaurant opens at The Loren
A new restaurant at the luxury Loren hotel is to open tonight.
The Marée at the Tucker’s Town resort is the fine dining option at the resort, backed by the more casual Pink Beach Club.
A spokeswoman for the hotel said that the restaurant would offer a seasonal and locally sourced menu under the direction of executive chef Tim Sullivan of New York’s Great Performances.
The restaurant will bring in ingredients not available locally from Great Performance’s 60-acre organic farm in New York state.
Mr Sullivan said: “Among its many other attributes, the Loren Hotel is a destination for ambrosial dishes that tell a story — our story, one that is fuelled by passion and imbued with a desire to promote local agriculture and a sustainable food system.
“To the greatest extent possible, we source our ingredients from local farms and on-island partners that we know and trust.”
Mr Sullivan added: “Our love for the changing seasons inspires us to craft menus that transform along with the weather.
“As a portion of these ingredients is sourced from the New England area of the United States, our menus reflect both the seasonality of their local produce as well as our own here on Island.
“By practising this local, sustainable mindset, we support our communities and create meaningful, lasting relationships, manifested in the food that we serve.”
The five-star boutique hotel opened last month and features 45 suites, as well as a spa, pool deck and corporate meeting rooms.
The Loren, built on the site of the former Pink Beach Club, was created by developer Stephen King, who said he noticed a gap in the market for an upscale boutique hotel after visiting Bermuda.
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