An iconic island restaurant location will soon reopen under new ownership.
Since Integrated Assets closed Chateau Bordeaux last winter, the building has stood empty. That will change next month when property owner Lorelei Monsanto opens a restaurant in the mid-island location.
With commanding views of Coral Bay and the British Virgin Islands, Chateau Bordeaux was a popular lunch and dinner spot for locals and tourists alike. In mid-November the restaurant will once again welcome customers to enjoy cooling breezes on the deck and dinner in the antique-filled dining room.
Monsanto will hire an esteemed island chef, who she declined to name, and plans to unveil a menu brimming with French Caribbean cuisine and some classic West Indian dishes. While there is a new owner, the restaurant will retain the name Chateau Bordeaux and the same elegant ambiance.