Dining On St. Croix, Virgin Islands

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Dining out on St. Croix can mean a great beach buffet, Asian cooking island style, seafood platters, Caribbean delicacies, burgers and fries and on and on! There are so many opportunities to wine and dine on St. Croix.

In Christiansted you will find various restaurants. There are several along the wharf overlooking the sparkling blue water, they are great spots to sit and enjoy the breeze with a nice cocktail after eating a fine dinner. Along the main roads in Christiansted you will find many more restaurants, albeit they may not be open air with spectacular views but always-great food.

  • The Buccaneer

    St Croix's finest dining, both day and night, are at The Buccaneer. Enjoy casual beachside lunches and seasonal dinners at The Mermaid. Sample vintage cocktails, live music and elegant appetizers at The Buccaneer Lounge. And experience award-winning fine dining at The Terrace, with views of the sunset and Christiansted's twinkling lights. The Buccaneer is five minutes east of Christiansted. Secure free parking available. 2013 Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. Open daily.

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The Buccaneer


Many of the resorts offer great dining facilities as well; some include Caribbean themed buffets, fine dining, poolside dining, casino and more. If you are staying at one hotel it is acceptable to go to a restaurant at another hotel property should you wish to do so. Many beachfront properties have beachfront dining, always a gorgeous settings to have lunch and dinner in.

St. Croix is a big island, compared to its sister islands, and there are quite a few restaurants outside of Christiansted and resorts. In and around Frederiksted there are several fun casual dining spots. Other casual local spots are located along the roadside heading east and along the north shore.

St. Croix offers a wide variety of mouth-watering delights.

National Geographic Trails Illustrated St. John Map



This is a National Geographic map for the Virgin Islands National Park on St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. On side 1 is a full map of St. John. Other islands are also included such as Great Thatch, Lovango Cay, Durloe Cays, Leduck Island and the west end of Tortola.

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