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While you can certainly prepare your own meals in the kitchen at your St. Thomas villa, be sure to make your way to some of St. Thomas' restaurants as well. There are so many to choose from, including Caribbean, Mediterranean, sushi, Italian, seafood, American, and lots of others. Whatever your taste buds are dictating, you can be sure to satisfy them at one of St. Thomas' fine eateries and no doubt it will also be close to your villa on St. Thomas.
Duffy's Love Shack originated in the alleyways of Charlotte Amalie in St. Thomas in 1995. A small thatch roof lean-to in Drakes Passage was the birthplace of the first Volcano! In September of 1995 it became the unwilling home to a 40' sailboat when Hurricane Marilyn barreled across the island.
It was rebuilt in its current location in Red Hook, on the east end of St. Thomas and is dubbed the coolest parking lot bar in the Caribbean.Nothing beats a Saturday night at Duffy's. After the shops in Red Hook close and the car park empties, the whole place turns into a Caribbean block party.
Amalia Cafe is a delightful open-air restaurant owned and operated by Randolph and Helga Maynard. Located in the cobblestone Palm Passage, this Spanish meson serves a varied selection of Spanish favorites and augmented by daily tapa and entrée specials.
The crew of chefs are from the Dominican Republic - an island that has long been noted for superiority and accuracy in culinary technique. Maynard was born on Antigua, grew up on St. Thomas and spent extensive periods of time in Europe developing his technique of creating wholesome delicious dishes that is served in Cafe Amalia.
Located on the hill at Bluebeard's Castle Hotel with it's own excellent view of the town and harbor. The restaurant offers entrees such as Thai-glazed salmon, coconut tempura shrimp, and raspberry cabernet chicken, plus many steak and pasta dishes. Key lime pie headlines the dessert menu along with crepes and bananas foster.
Steaks, fish, lamb, and local items too in an outdoor restaurant on Lindbergh Bay. Stunning view and with Chef Steph cooking in the kitchen every meal is delightful. Weekly specials and a beach BBQ on Sundays. Karaoke on Fri and Sun nights!
Bleuwater is the Ritz Carlton resort’s signature restaurant featuring seafood and prime meats that inspire the palate. Floor to ceiling French doors open to the surreal tropical beauty of Great Bay. For those who prefer to experience the beautiful Caribbean evening outdoors, the restaurant has terrace and patio seating available.
Freshness, quality, and passion are the essential ingredients for Chef Jasper Schneider. Since joining The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas in 2006, Chef Schneider has instilled his philosophy of cooking with passion into all aspects of the resort’s culinary pursuits.
Sitting in the middle of a busy shopping arcade with stores on either side, Café Amici is a great place to stop for a quick lunch while you are browsing for that perfect gift to take home. It can be a bit on the noisy side when cruise ships passengers pack Charlotte Amalie, but the food is always good and the service friendly. Pizza, pasta, fresh fish, and salads including a tasty conch salad and a Greek salad highlight the menu.
Coconut Cove is an open-air seating venue at The Ritz Carlton. The pool deck, steps away from the restaurant, gives guests the option to enjoy the entire menu poolside or beachside, in one of our 250 lounge chairs. The expansive bar specializes in a full range of tropical specialties, wines and beers.
More than a century ago, the building was a livery stable and cook shop. It now houses Cuzzin's Resturant on Back Street and has been transformed into a comfortable dining room with fresh Virgin Island dishes and seafood. Conch, lobster, and fish are caught daily by island fishermen and prepared by West Indian chefs into curries, stews, and other native dishes. "Cuzzin Nemo" is a favorite - a melange of shrimp, lobster, conch, and scallops over pasta.
Fat Turtle - This rockin' Caribbean roadhouse has something for everyone. Featuring barbeque flavors of the Caribbean and the American South, great salads, gourmet pizzas and exotic frozen drinks, the Fat Turtle not only offers incredible food, but also an amazing mood for fun. When you enter the Fat Turtle, you know you're in for something special with its high-energy atmosphere and enjoyable hospitality. Hot spot on Friday nights.
Cool off with Frozen PainKillers, Mango Margaritas & Bushwhackers. Indulge in FatBoys’ Famous Fish Tacos, Cheek’n Sandwiches, Burgers, Thai Cheek’n Tacos, & Wings. Dress your sandwich your way with house-made sauces like chili-lime & chipotle aioli. Play pool, video games, slot machines, hang-out, dance, & enjoy daily happy hour specials on the SharkDeck! Enjoy our laid-back limin atmosphere from 11 am until 2 am.
Grande Cru – Fine wines and tropical tapas or small plates are the order of the day at Grande Cru. This is a sophisticated wine bar, featuring tasting flights, mixologist martinis and cocktails. Plus mouth-watering small plates with a Mediterranean flair are served in a warm, upscale atmosphere.
In his position as executive chef of Yacht Haven Grande (YHG), Chef Brian Katz oversees all culinary aspects of this destination marina’s four waterfront restaurants. This includes: Fat Turtle – a Rockin’ Caribbean Roadhouse, featuring creative-fun seafood, great salads, gourmet pizzas and exotic frozen drinks; W!kked – fresh and fun casual island fare featuring Wikked Wings, W!kked Tacos, and W!ikked Cocktails; Grande Cru – sophisticated wine bar and restaurant, featuring tasting flights, mixologist martinis & cocktails, and tropical cuisine with a Mediterranean flair; and Three60 – YHG’s signature restaurant.
Great Bay lounge in the Ritz Carlton is a casual island-inspired retreat with an eclectic menu of small plates that feature a variety of cultural creations from around the world.
Take a seat at the sushi bar and watch the chef prepare the freshest and highest quality sushi. A superb selection of cigars, wines, tropical delights and tasting options are offered. A billiards table and board games are available and televisions are situated throughout the lounge. A large wood deck accommodates guests who prefer to sit outdoors and enjoy the ocean breezes and spectacular views of St. John.
This open-sided restaurant above Frenchman's Reef & Morning Star Marriott Beach Resort provides 20-foot windows with flowing sheer white veils with bowls of warm cinnamon and cloves passed between courses.
PASSIONATE CUISINE. That is how owners Nicole and Eric Horstmeyer describe the cutting-edge creations at HAVANA BLUE. The former Manhattanites decided their new home in the islands could use a restaurant that would make fellow foodies proud. Along with St. Thomas native co-owner Zack Zoller, they have done just that and then some. HAVANA BLUE delivers a total package night out they like to call EXPERIENTIAL DINING. The sights, sounds, ambience, aromas, and ocean front setting are magnificent, topped only by some of the most creative dishes on any island. If life is lived in the details, then viva HAVANA BLUE. “You only live once, but if you dine well, once is all you need.” ™
The base of the dishes originates from Latin America accented by the spices and sauces from the Pacific Rim. Taste our sensual creations such as Tuna Pacifica, Fresh Chipotle Ceviche, Ole Mole Duck Crepe, Ancho Chile Espresso Filet, Yuzu-Champagne Caribbean Lobster, Cuban Black Beans, Molten Chocolate Fondant, and Coconut Flan. Fresh fish and Caribbean lobster daily.
Slightly off the beaten path, but only a short and pleasant stroll along Charlotte Amalie's breeze-swept waterfront, is the picturesque harborside community of Frenchtown. It's here that you will find one of St. Thomas' special hideaways, Hook Line & Sinker.
Since 1987, the restaurant has been a favorite gathering spot for both locals and visitors alike. Not only is the food excellent, the service friendly and attentive, but the atmosphere is magical.
The first thing you'll notice is the restaurant's enviable location -- smack dab on the water with a view of the entire harbor and the boats that bob lazily by. Next you'll notice the architecture. Hook Line & Sinker is reminiscent of a restaurant found in a New England seaport village (with a Caribbean accent, of course). From its pitched roof and skylights to the wrap-around French doors and windows, the restaurant is stunningly beautiful.
There's always something going on at Iggies - including live entertainment almost every night! Terrific menu featuring crab legs, fish, burgers & Bar-B-Q. Don't miss the Cruzan Carnival Extravaganza & Limbo Show Every Wednesday and on Sunday kick back at the All You Can Eat Beach BB-Q with entertainment by the Liquid Sunshine band. Karaoke starts at 8pm on Saturday, sports on big-screen TV's. Open 7 days - 11:30am to 11pm and drinks until...
Lillian's Caribbean Grill offers visitors the opportunity to try numerous local West Indian dishes throughout the week, with its lunch menu changing on a daily basis. Located in the Main Street Shopping District across from the Emancipation Garden and Fort Christian, Lillian's offers selections such as kallaloo, souse, mutton stew, fried plantains, fungi, pumpkin fritters and more. Open Monday through Saturday with indoor and outdoor courtyard seating.
Mafolie Restaurant has been a local favorite for over 40 years, delighting locals and visitors alike with its spectacular panoramic view of the harbor and town. The Mafolie Restaurant offers open-air casual fine dining, featuring steaks, lobster, seafood, chicken, and pasta dishes.
Molly Malone's might not be in Ireland, but this dockside pub dishes up a pretty good selection of Irish fare. Shepard’s pie, corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips, bangers and mash, and mixed grill headline the menu, but for people who like something a little more American, there is New York strip steak, chicken fried steak and sandwiches. This Red Hook hot spot sees a good crowd of locals and visitors mixing and mingling till the wee hours.
With the warmth and hospitality of the Italian people, the spirit of Italy pervades at Pesce. They serve only the finest Italian cuisine & freshest seafood. Located in American Yacht Harbour in Red Hook on the beautiful island of St. Thomas serving lunch and dinner 7 days a week.
Don't miss their "island-famous" Sunday brunch.
Petra's Schnitzel Haus is conveniently located on the East End at Brenner Bay. German cuisine is enjoyed at the Schnitzel Haus which specializes in veal dishes and other German cuisine such as weiner schnitzel to jager schnitzel. All entrees are served with Bratkartoffein, egg noodles and red cabbage.
Schnitzel Haus is practically a one-woman operation. Petra does all the cooking, shopping, bookwork and food prep herself. All meals are made to order. This isn't a large restaurant, but it is cozy and comfortable. There's a refreshing breeze on the patio and a picturesque view peering down on the boat dock at Brenner Bay.
Stop at Randy's to pick up ingredients for a picnic, or stay and dine in the bistro. The deli offers hearty sandwiches, such as a mile-high corned beef sandwich, on homemade breads. An excellent selection of salads, wines and cheeses are also available to go. The bistro serves filling dishes like pork tenderloin in Dijon mustard sauce, and shrimp scampi made with fresh, local seafood. The locals flock here on Tuesday nights for the prime rib.
Located on Bluebeard's Castle property, this is widely regarded as St Thomas' most romantic restaurant, and is certainly the one with the most hypnotizing view, looking down a hill over Charlotte Amalie and the sea. The 40-seat dining room is a favorite for dates and special occasions, and the classic upscale cooking is quite appropriate to the setting. Try pork Marsala, steak with peppercorn sauce and seared tuna with ginger-teriyaki glaze, and enjoy a bottle from the award-winning wine list.
Expansive white sails reaching high above the turquoise waters of Great Bay are an alluring beacon calling you home to Sails, an oceanfront grill. The Sails menu features flavors of the Caribbean in a relaxing haven. Nine moorings are available for our guests that prefer to arrive by boat.
Sibs is a pub/restaurant with great food, pool tables, electronic games, and an ongoing presentation of sports events. You can have a drink at the front bar, or head out to the rear dining area, which offers an outdoor terrace and views of Charlotte Amalie. Menu items include burgers, some of the best ribs in St. Thomas, pastas, and fresh fish. Arrive early to enjoy a cocktail, a game of pool and the sunset view over Charlotte Amalie. While you dine on ribs, juicy hamburgers or a fresh fish dish, you can watch football – or the sport of the season – on televisions placed throughout the establishment. After your meal prepare to jam out to a live band, or sit at the bar and play video games.
Food Service Daily 5 pm-10 pm
Bar Daily 4 pm-4 am
Relax and enjoy the fabulous harbor view while sampling some of the best food and wine selection downtown. The location is the harbor waterfront, with a magnificent view featuring the bustling harbor and beautiful sunsets.
At the Tavern on the Waterfront they create a gourmet dining experience out of freshest, healthy, and environmentally friendly foods. They strive to make your Caribbean dining with our French & Polish flair fun and exciting. The cuisine is influenced by the flavors and styles of many French and Polish cultures and all of the dishes are presented as a masterpiece from the chef.
Located at the Bolongo Bay Beach Resort set on the edge of the Caribbean Sea - the Lobster Grille is where the "Surf meets the Turf". Specialties include Caribbean lobster split and baked with lobster stuffing, fresh local fish, terrific steaks, chops and pasta dishes. Delectable homemade desserts round out this mouthwatering menu. Enjoy happy hour daily at the poolside bar - dinner is served from 6 pm - 9:30 pm. Live steel pan entertainment on Sunday evenings.
The Pointe is famous for its spectacular location on the water at historic Villa Olga in Frenchtown. Mouth-watering delicacies are served for dinner nightly. Located on the water in the space formerly occupied by The Chart House, the restaurant offers steak, seafood, pasta and much more.
Beautiful view, great service, and absolutley fantastic food. Really one of the best on the island, and the desserts are incredible. Kirsty and Ryan of Indigo Restaurant fame are still creating wonderful dishes if not better at Thirteen.
This small milkshake stand located is located next to the Saint Thomas Dairy, just up the road from the Megans Bay Beach. Choose from the many alcoholic and non-alcoholic options.
One of the best northern Italian restaurants in the Virgin Islands. Virgilio's interior is sheltered under 2-story heavy ceiling beams and brick vaulting complemented by the sound of Italian opera. A well-trained staff serves meals against a backdrop of stained-glass windows and crystal chandeliers. The linguini frutti di mare (with a medley of seafood) is a delectable house special, and the lobster ravioli here is the best there is. Classic dishes are cooked with a distinctive flair -- the rack of lamb shank, for example, is filled with a porcini mushroom stuffing and glazed with a roasted garlic aioli. The marinated grilled duck is served chilled.
XO Bistro has a quiet and upscale ambiance, enhanced by a gourmet menu of classy appetizers and main dishes such as tuna carpaccio, baked brie, fondue, and truffle pate. Bands or a DJ supply the music most nights, and you'll find an exceptional wine list.
Winner of Best Martini Bar 2008 this St. Thomas restaurant will impress you as soon as you walk into their cool interior.