Thank you so much for all these reviews, @jme
You're very, very welcome, and thanks from the bottom of my .....uhhhh......stomach.
(Really, thanks from the bottom of my heart, PamMo! And I sincerely mean that. )
It began innocently because HH codes historically never allowed much signage---a bare minimum in fact, and all inconspicuous.
Visitors seldom had a clue where to go and what to do. And menu booklets and fliers weren't always published.
AND, to add to the confusion, things changed dramatically each and every year....some places closed and some new places opened....
always in a state of flux.......There are about 250+ restaurants on HH Island, and you can easily see only about a dozen...lol.
At night you can't see any of them. Good luck finding ANYTHING at night on the island.
I've been going to HH since childhood, so I was pretty familiar with things, so I thought I'd recommend a few places
to those who asked. It evolved into a monster....but it's a friendly monster.
I enjoy it....... and I believe people appreciate receiving honest opinions. And everyone is so different in likes and dislikes,
so a list seemed to offer the easiest way to address the "problem". Who wants to spend valuable vacation time doing restaurant research?
And resorts didn't exactly offer unbiased advice.
Anyway, many thanks again. It's truly my pleasure...... and such a demanding and grueling task, lol.
As we always say, a tough job but somebody's got to do it.
Note: I do owe a lot to my beautiful and sweet wife (see post # 651 on page 27), who voluntarily and unselfishly closed the resort kitchen
so I could devote more time to doing this relentless research. The restaurants are all personally tried and true, so to speak.
And she doesn't mind accompanying me to bear witness to my findings. To keep up appearances, I always let her order whatever she wants.
What a wonderful and fun accomplice I have, and for that I love her dearly.