At Hog Heaven restaurant in Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
Our visit to Hog Heaven was right after Tropical Storm Isaac blew through, and we were the first to arrive that day. While a thick cloudy mist hung over the area, the view of the North Sound was still spectacular . . .
Hog Heaven hangs over a cliff approximately 1,300 feet above sea level overlooking Leverick Bay, the Bitter End Yacht Club, Mosquito Island, Saba Rock, and Sir Richard Branson's private Necker Island.
Hog Heaven owner Dale Wheatley got the nickname "Captain Blondie" after the salt water turned his hair blonde after decades of diving. He also owns the Dale Wheatley Agriculture Center which he calls the "Pig Hotel" with the prettiest view of the island.
The small restaurant seats less than 30 people,, and the menu consists of tasty BBQ pork ribs, chicken, potato salad, cold slaw, and rice. Two sides come with the BBQ, prices are reasonable, and we had enough left over for another meal.
Hog Heaven is definitely worth a visit on your trip to Virgin Gorda, BVI.