Sight-Seeing at Seaport Village
This one of a kind venue is a must visit tourist attraction for those who visit the city. Visitors will come across approximately 70 shops when in this facility which includes clothing boutiques, jewelry shops, gifts shops and many more. The entire facility is nestled in a 14-acre piece of land facing the sea. This is one of the most scenic locations of the city where you can enjoy a fantastic evening dining in style at any of the great restaurants, relaxing to some pleasing music played by the local performers or shop for some gifts to take home for your loved ones.
The Seaport Village houses a varied range of restaurants which offers a range of delectable delights from around the world such as the Pier Caf, Buster’s, the Harbour House Restaurant, Anthony’s Fish Grotto, and the Edgewater Grill. Plenty of small food stalls can also be found here along with a food court full of many fast food outlets.
Sightseeing at Seaport Village & Lunch at the “The Fish Market Seafood”.
The highly developed Seaport Village was not always the busy or as vibrant as it is today as this site was known as the Spanish Point of the Dead due to the fact that it is at this very location that the sailors who died in a 1782 Spanish expedition were buried.
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