Brand New Sizzling Hot Restaurant Opens at Divi Little Bay Beach Resort on St. Maarten

Smell what the roc is cooking and enjoy delicious “Roctails” at the Divi Little Bay’s newest restaurant, pureroc!

Divi Little Bay Beach Resort’s newest restaurant, pureroc, is the hottest and most unique dining experience in town, featuring an incredible selection of meats, seafood and veggies cooked to perfection on a sizzling hot lava rock!

“We’re excited to unveil the newest addition to our signature pure restaurant collection on St. Maarten,” said Marco Galaverna, Divi Resorts President & COO. “Resort guests, tourists and locals alike can now enjoy an interactive dining experience where their entrée selection is served fresh on a steaming hot lava rock and guests get to cook their selection to perfection right in front of them.”

Guests can also pair each entrée with specially crafted “Roctails” designed to complement the dish and end the evening with a decadent dessert sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.

Just opened Saturday, February 23, pureroc is one of six eateries on the resort, open from 6-10 p.m on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Reservations are required. Other restaurants and bars on the resort include the newly renovated pureocean Restaurant, a new grab and go eatery called The Shack, the dazzling new pureocean swim-up pool bar, the convenient Fort Amsterdam Café, Gizmo’s Bar & Grill, and Seabreeze Restaurant & Bar.

Pureroc is not included in the resort’s all-inclusive dining options, but guests on this plan can enjoy a special 3-course meal, which includes one starter, one protein, one sauce, two sides and one dessert per person for only $30 per adult and $20 per child. Plus, and guests can add a unique Roctail to pair with their meal for only $4 each!

For more information, or to view the menu, visit To book your reservation, call +1 721-542-2333 or visit the resort’s on-site concierge desk.

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