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    A new spot with an old name?

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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    Best Wishes and Good luck...see you soon!
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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    I have faith in Hervé to provide an experience that I will enjoy.

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    Love GCDS...we'll be back!
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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    Agree...Herve has had many unforgettable locations. Continued success wished for in this unique and much loved spot.
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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    looking forward, and I hear there is a pool !

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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    That used to be more common..Rivage, tamarin, Toque, Lyonaise, and Lafayette Club had pools.
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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    Quote Originally Posted by amyb View Post
    That used to be more common..Rivage, tamarin, Toque, Lyonaise, and Lafayette Club had pools.
    yes, but Le Rivage pool and the Toque Lyonaise pools were at their respective hotels so in effect all hotel restaurants have pools... such as upstairs at Le Toiny, and in the old days there was a pool by the restaurant at Carl Gustaf, and Tamarin's pool was above ground if you recall... what else had a pool was Topolino/Cups... although not on the beach.

    Le Toiny Beach Club has a pool on the beach so seems to be the new trend...

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    Never knew Rivage was a hotel. Toque, yes You did remind me that was the case.

    Ellen,what about Mandala? For swimming or meditating?
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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    There will be a pool . . . and much more! Lunch & dinner . . . seating for 120 (could be pushed, I’m told, to 200) . . . parking for 50 cars. A lot of work to meet planned opening of June 28.
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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    Wow! Very much looking forward to this opening!

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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    Oh my…lots going on at this site.

    Dennis this one is long awaited!
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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    Quote Originally Posted by amyb View Post
    Never knew Rivage was a hotel. Toque, yes You did remind me that was the case.

    Ellen, what about Mandala? For swimming or meditating?
    Le Rivage was the restaurant at the St Barth Beach Hotel, which had the pool.

    Mandala's pool, more for meditating I would think, not sure I ever saw anyone in the water but perhaps when it was a former iteration at that location.

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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    Quote Originally Posted by elgreaux View Post
    Le Rivage was the restaurant at the St Barth Beach Hotel, which had the pool.
    During our first stay in SBH we used the beach in front of the St Barth Beach Hotel and had a very nice lunch at Le Rivage.


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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    At Mandala our table of choice was situated over what was the pool ! We loved it there...

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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    I am curious about the choice of an Italian menu when Sereno does that pretty much next door.
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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    Quote Originally Posted by andynap View Post
    During our first stay in SBH we used the beach in front of the St Barth Beach Hotel and had a very nice lunch at Le Rivage.
    We were seeing the last days of that hotel, which did not have much left from its time of glory. And it was closed. But Herve still had a large and lovely crowds of what looked like local residents at dinner time. The food was very homey and high quality to the end.
    Enjoying St Barth since 1998

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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    We have great memories of dining at Rivage too.
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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    I just hope Herve will bring back his old French classics and more along the same lines.
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    Re: A new spot with an old name?

    That would certainly please me.
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