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(@lindad)
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We plan on dinner at the Old Farmhouse (ate their last year), Sunset dinner sail, Wednesday at Paradise Point, please recommend addditional restaurants. We will be arrving February 28th for eight days. Thanks,

LD

 
Posted : February 20, 2012 12:25 am
(@exit-zero)
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A visit to Frenchtown and the many restaurants located in a small community there would be my recommendation.
Hook,Line and Sinker
Frenchtown Deli
Epernay
Bella Blu
Pie Whole
Looney Bien
Betsys
Craig and Sallys
Enkai
Oceana
and even a McDonalds

 
Posted : February 20, 2012 1:50 am
(@stt-resident)
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"Thirteen" on the North side, Romano's in Smith Bay and Banana Tree Grille at Bluebeard's Castle above town.

 
Posted : February 20, 2012 6:59 am
(@soxman21)
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East End Cafe for Italian. Bambooze and Duffy's are great places. Lobster Grille at Bolongo is excellent. Mahoghany Grill was excellent. Just my two cents. Linda what dinner cruise are you taking? I will be on island in March and am looking in to taking one.

 
Posted : February 20, 2012 5:16 pm
(@piratesparadise)
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Shipwreck Tavern across from Yacht Haven Grande for the world's best burgers!!!

 
Posted : February 20, 2012 5:17 pm
(@vi-lover)
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Our favorites are:

For casual: The Greenhouse (downtown) and Iggie's (Red Hook area).
For more upscale: Mafolie (for the view)
Craig & Sally's (for the food and wine selection)
Banana Tree Grille (for the food and view)

Good Luck! Have Fun!

 
Posted : February 21, 2012 1:56 am
(@tunisbridal)
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On the North Side - ditto to Thirteen and also North Side Bistro.

 
Posted : February 21, 2012 8:48 am
(@blu4u)
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exit zero wrote:
A visit to Frenchtown and the many restaurants located in a small community there would be my recommendation.
Hook,Line and Sinker
Frenchtown Deli
Epernay
Bella Blu
Pie Whole
Looney Bien
Betsys
Craig and Sallys
Enkai
Oceana
and even a McDonalds

Frenchtown Deli is my all time favorite place to "lunch" on STT. But is it really a "restaurant"? More of a take out deli with tables and good A/C and great local vibe and friendly prices.... My pick for Best Sandwiches in VI tied with that place in F-sted (name?)

 
Posted : February 21, 2012 6:12 pm
(@pitbull-cpa)
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My favorite spots on the East End would be Romano's for Italian, Island Time Pizza for pizza in Redhook, Latitude 18 for ribeye and I hear Jack's Bight at the Point Pleasant Resort, formerly Funghi's is doing real well. I know Pt. Pleasant did some extensive renovations and that Jack's Bight, formerly Jack's Wings has live music I believe Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, as well as Sunday afternoon.

East End Cafe is also good for Italian and the XO Cafe also has great food, a super Prime Rib special, not sure which night.

 
Posted : February 22, 2012 12:10 pm
(@lady-blue)
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Don't forget Cuzins! Love the food there and it is always busy. We will be on STT March 2 thru the 11th.

 
Posted : February 23, 2012 8:46 am
(@maureenmit)
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Posted : February 25, 2012 4:54 pm

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