Paros Restaurant

Contemporary Greek cuisine in Bahia Beach

Greek fare meets Caribbean charm at Paros Restaurant, the signature fine-dining venue of Forbes Travel Guide The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort, Puerto Rico. Sea breezes, laid-back luxury and a celebration of the ocean’s bounty anchor the contemporary Greek concept to its home hotel—and what a flavorful marriage it is.

Like the island for which it's named, Paros features simple decor that lets the natural beauty of the ocean shine through floor-to-ceiling windows. Fresh catch is the order of the day, along with an array of flame-grilled fare and locally sourced produce. With its elegant ambiance and alfresco terrace, Paros provides an enchanting Mediterranean escape, if only for a few hours.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Casual elegance is the vibe at Paros. White tablecloths and low lighting inspire an air of refinement in the main dining room, but sea breezes and ocean-inspired artwork put the “barefoot” in barefoot luxury.
  • For an enchanting evening, reserve a table on the breezy terrace just before sunset. Sipping on a cocktail and taking in a tropical sunset is what island life is all about.
  • Can’t decide what to order? Go for the four-course Taste of Paros prix fixe menu to savor the best of the restaurant’s gourmet Greek fare.
  • Super-fresh seafood is the specialty at Paros. Whet your appetite with grilled Spanish octopus or tuna sashimi with dehydrated olives before indulging in the venue’s signature dish, Caribbean lobster rice.
  • You’ll want to save room for dessert at this Bahia Beach dining room. Mediterranean-inspired sweets like baklava and chocolate-hazelnut tarts with rich gianduja crémeux tempt even the most determined sugar-avoider.

The Drinks

  • Libations get a Mediterranean twist with Greek-inspired names like Thunderbolt of Zeus (Maker’s Mark Bourbon, Hennessy Cognac, honey, lemon and prosecco) and Sunset in Santorini (Tanqueray Gin, raspberry and lemon).
  • A small menu of digestifs pays homage to Paros’ roots. Savor a sip of the first Greek amaro (Roots Diktamo) or try a tipple with chocolate-infused Ron del Barrilito, Puerto Rico’s oldest rum.
  • Beer lovers can enjoy a taste of island life with a curated selection of brews sourced from Puerto Rico-based Ocean Lab Brewing Co. or Santorini brewery Volkan Beers.
  • Teetotalers have their pick of herbal sips in the form of Greek teas, Puerto Rican coffee or one of two tropical mocktails. Those who prefer their sips less sweet can opt for an alcohol-free Lavender Collins, a refreshing blend of lavender, lime and sparkling water.

Gluten-free options
Kid friendly
Private dining
Reservations recommended
Resort casual
Valet parking
Vegetarian options
Getting There
State Road 187, Kilometer 4.2, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico 00745
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