Roland Richardson Gallery
For the past 45 years, Sir Roland Richardson, a native of St. Martin, has showcased the beauty and diversity of West Indian culture through his artwork. A master of several mediums, including printmaking, watercolor and oil painting, Richardson has earned respect internationally for his skills. Some of his patrons included Jackie Kennedy, Senator Edward Brooke and the Getty family to name a few. A continuing exhibition of Richardson’s work is on display in his family’s recently renovated ancestral home six days per week, and is certainly worth a visit.
Roland Richardson Gallery, #6 Rue de la République, Marigot, St. Martin, +590 590 87-3224
- La Croissanterie
Located right on the water at Marina Port La Royale, the splendid views from La Croissanterie make it the perfect place to enjoy breakfast or brunch while in Marigot. This quaint café features both American and French-style breakfasts on its menu. For only 10 euros, the traditional Parisian-style breakfast comes with two croissants, jam, butter, coffee or tea, and freshly squeezed orange juice to boot. Extras like eggs, bacon, sausages, or ham can be added on for a handful of euros extra, while croissant French toast offers something a little more fancy.
La Croissanterie, Marina Port La Royale, Marigot, St. Martin, +590 590 29-2266
By Nicole Link