The Point Restaurant & Terrace brings together international cuisine and fresh local ingredients for a fine dining experience like no other. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, the restaurant also displays Pan Am's one-of-a-kind Sky Club murals, depicting the world's major ports of the 1880s in the unique style of Eurasian artist Gerard Henderson.
The Wine Room
Thousands of bottles of wine fill the Wine Room at The Point Restaurant & Terrace, covering the walls from the wood-plank floor to the vaulted brick ceiling. Together with petite sconces and candlelight, it create an intimate atmosphere for dinner parties and a la carte dining.
Point 360: The Murals Experience
Chef Guido Brambilla has taken inspiration from the Pan Am Sky Club Murals on display at the Point and created a 10-course epicurean journey highlighting the ingredients and culinary style of 19th century ports of call around the globe. From caiparinhas and ceviche from Rio de Janeiro, to a classic Bermudian Fish Chowder, diners embark on a 5, 7, or 10-course journey that pleases the palate and nourishes the soul.
Pan Am's Sky Club Murals
In 1965, the founder of Pan American World Airways, Juan Trippe, stayed at Hong Kong's famed Mandarin Hotel, where he was entranced by the hotel's murals of Chinese horsemen. He subsequently commissioned the artist, Gerard D'Alton Henderson, to create an 80-foot-long mural for the Sky Club of the Pan Am Building (now MetLife) in New York. Henderson filled his canvases with 19th-century Clipper ships and various international ports of call. The mural was installed in 1966 and remained until the Sky Club's 2005 closing. At auction, Juan's son and Tucker's Point Club President Ed Trippe acquired the artwork for Tucker's Point in Bermuda.