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Christophe Harbour Blog

Delta Adds Flights to St. Kitts from New York and Atlanta

By Katherine in Community, Real Estate, St. Kitts

Getting to your favorite Caribbean island home-away-from-home just got a little easier with additional weekly service announced by Delta Air Lines this week.

This winter, travellers to St. Kitts and Nevis will enjoy new weekly service from Delta’s hub at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport on Saturday and an additional seasonal flight from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Tuesday.

The JFK service on Delta will begin December 23 on the following schedule:

Depart                          Arrive

JFK 8:35 am                 SKB 1:45 pm

SKB 2:50 pm               JFK 6:35...

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Sipping on a SP 75

By Katherine in Community, Dining, St. Kitts

SALT Plage is known for serving up the island's best craft cocktails, including this twist on the classic French 75. Try it yourself.

 

SP 75 Shake and double strain the following into a champagne flute: 

    1 oz Shipwreck mango rum 1/2 oz CSR white rum 1/2 oz freshly squeezed lemon juice 6 oz champagne (Lauret Perrier preferred)

Add lemon twist and serve. Happy squeals of delight are sure to follow. 

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Daily Delicious at The Pavilion and SALT Plage

By Katherine in Community, Dining

Exectuive Chef Barnaby Jones and his talented culinary team is serving up daily delicious at The Pavilion and SALT Plage with a host of new, mouthwatering menu items. If you haven't sampled the lastest fare, be sure to make plans to dine with us soon. You won't want to miss what is arguably the best food on St. Kitts! 

With a focus on fresh and seasonal, Chef is delivering on quality that’s not only local (think freshly caught mahi and tuna and locally grown veggies) but also lighter and healthier (Ahem - beetroot soup and grilled veggie skewers).

Don’t worry, your favorites like the SALT Plage burger and the lamb chops are...

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Wednesday Supper Club is BACK at The Pavilion

By Katherine in Community, Dining, St. Kitts

The culinary team at The Pavilion are bringing back a long-time favorite. Clear your Wednesday evening and make plans to join us for Supper Club Wednesdays beginning March 1, 2017.

"It's our spin on the ultra undercover, underground Supper Clubs once found in chic foodie cities like San Francisco, New York and LA," said Exeutive Chef Barnaby Jones.  Each week will showcase a new global cuisine and influence, all prepared using predominately local items.

"We've had Moroccan, Thai and Italian menus already, and we're looking forward to French, Italian and of course Caribbean coming up soon," added Jones.  

Join us at The Pavilion every Wednesday for a suprise featured menu, which...

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Literacy Gets a Lift from Christophe Harbour

By Katherine in Christophe Harbour Foundation, Community, St. Kitts

Christophe Harbour VP of Operations Jon Gersonde and Hands Across The Sea Founder Harriet Linskey with Cayon Primary students.

No one knew that when Harriet and Tom “T.L.” Linskey walked through the door of the real estates sales office five years ago looking for Wi-Fi that one chance meeting would lead to a long-term partnership in improving literacy throughout the Federation.

“We had just come from Antigua where we were encouraged by our efforts with libraries there,” said T.L. “I shared a story of one little girl who couldn’t read but came running up to me with a brand new book we’d delivered saying ‘I want...

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