Overview of Hilltop Coffee House
This article refers Hilltop Coffee House in Plymouth, Montserrat. Hilltop Coffee House is not the prime point of interest of Plymouth. Although, you can pay a quick visit to it if you are around.
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To start, the coffee house is like a museum of the island. It has records from Elton John, Jimmy Buffet, the Beatles, and of course, Arrow. The establishment also has tables from Air Studios, Interesting artifacts from Plymouth, and local artwork on display. A timeline of the volcano is also present. The proprietor of Hilltop, David Lea, was instrumental in photographing and recording the eruption in 1990's. The coffee was great, and the atmosphere is nice. A must stop for any visitor or tourist of this amazing island. P.S. get the Belgian waffles!
Went for waffle day on Saturday. Food is good and the strawberry guava juice was excellent. It's decorated with historical pictures and items from the island, including old signs from businesses that existed before the volcanic eruptions and items from Air Studio Montserrat.
Kind of neat, great pics of the island during the erruption in the 90s. Pop in for a coffee but not much else to do as a tourist. I'm sure you could rustle up a conversation with the locals but we were with a tour group so the experience was short.