When frequent visitors or residents are asked to name their favorite restaurant on St. Thomas the answer inevitably is never just one. Experienced chefs on the island create mouth-watering entrees. The selection they offer varies from continental cuisine to French, Chinese, Japanese, Caribbean, Italian and Mexican foods, just to name a few. Several restaurants are located in Charlotte Amalie and Frenchtown. Those located along the hillsides above Charlotte Amalie offer spectacular views of the harbor at night. Red Hook is another popular destination for restaurants. All large hotels have at least one restaurant and resorts often have several. So many restaurants and so little time. You can definitely dine at a different restaurant every day of your vacation!
Big Kahuna Rum Shack located downtown on the waterfront is the perfect spot to relax after shopping. Enjoy lunch on the patio as you take in the breathtaking view of the harbor. Try the tropical salad topped with mahi, a jerk chicken flatbread or one of our delicious wraps or sandwiches. Kick back and party with the locals. Enjoy a frozen drink, the coldest beer on the island or one of our many freshly squeezed, signature fruit drinks. No trip to the island is complete without trying our World Famous Love Juice, made in house and available only at the Big Kahuna Rum Shack. Click Below For A Free Drink!!
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Restaurants vary greatly on the island. Dinner prices (for 2 people, including a minimal bar tab) ranges from $25-$40 for casual bar/restaurant to $50-$100 for a more formal restaurant and up to $125+ for appetizers, dinner and desert at a restaurant with great dining/view/service. Tip for wait staff is usually 18% of total bill. Parties of 6 or greater often have tip automatically added to the bill by the restaurant; the 6 party tip added is usually between 15-18%.
Caribbean food is a unique cuisine. Influenced by the various peoples who settled in the islands. It includes a large number of seafood and ground provisions. More on Local Foods
The most popular food event is Carnival Food Fair. If you are visiting during a Carnival celebration be sure to attend. Dozens of booths are set up serving all sorts of local favorites including pates, lobster, fish, kallalo and more. They also serve local drinks and deserts too! Agriculture Fair is another good opportunity to sample local foods and deserts. Other food events include the annual Chilli Cook Off, which usually takes place in late summer. Visit the Events Schedule for more information on these and other local events.
|The Palms||Airport||(340) 777-8800|
|Café Amici||Charlotte Amalie||(340) 714-7874|
|Glady's Café||Charlotte Amalie||(340) 774-6604|
|Jen's Island Café||Charlotte Amalie||(340) 777-4611|
|Room With A View||Charlotte Amalie||(340) 774-2377|
|Virgilio's||Charlotte Amalie||(340) 776-4920|
|Tickles||Crown Bay||(340) 776-1595|
|Caribbean Saloon||Eastend||(340) 775-7060|
|Coco Blue||Eastend||(340) 774-7253|
|The Cellar||Eastend||(340) 714-7874|
|XO Bistro||Eastend||(340) 779-2069|
|Bella Blu||Frenchtown||(340) 774-4349|
|Hook Line & Sinker||Frenchtown||(340) 776-9708|
|Pie Whole||Frenchtown||(340) 642-5074|
|Delly Deck||Havensight||(340) 776-9943|
|Shipwreak Tavern||Havensight||(340) 777-1293|
|Blue Orchid||Northside||(340) 774-4999|
|The Grille||Northside||(340) 777-6250|
|Hull Bay Hideaway||Northside||(340) 777-1898|
|Caribbean Fish Market||Southside||(340) 714-7874|
|Havana Blue||Southside||(340) 715-2583|
|Lobster Grille||Southside||(340) 775-1800|
|Sunset Grille||Southside||(340) 714-7874|
|Racho Latino||Vitraco Park||(340) 774-8909|
|Fat Turtle||Yacht Haven Grande||(340) 714-3566|
|Grand Cru||Yacht Haven Grande||(340) 774-7263|
Visit the top attractions and beaches in the U.S. Virgin Islands with this beautiful, full color, pictorial guidebook. Some of the sights included for St. Thomas are: Charlotte Amalie, Bluebeards Castle, Legislature Building, Fort Christian, Lutheran Church, the Synagogue, Morningstar Beach, Coki Beach, Magens Bay. For St. John: Cruz Bay, Trunk Bay, Cinnamon Bay, Annaberg Plantation and Coral Bay.
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