If you’re looking for something light and fresh, I definitely recommend this place. They also have one of the most creative and delicious cocktail lists between the two islands.
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Cruz Bay Landing
A great little spot, close to the ferry dock, with delicious food. It’s a nice place to kill that extra 30 minutes you have until the next ferry. They even have a coffee shop and creamery right next door to add a little extra kick to your day.
Located just up the road from a local’s favorite beach, Hull Bay, Fish Bar serves light, healthy fare with a heavy emphasis on local ingredients.
A quick search of Trip Advisor will show you why this restaurant made our list. They serve up food with a Caribbean/Spanish flair. The portion sizes are generous, and the seasoning is aplenty.
French Quarter Bistro
FQB serves New Orleans-style cuisine with flair. Whether you’re looking for lunch or dinner, this place consistently serves delicious food.
Brix Wine Bar and Bistro
Tapas-inspired menu, items can be shared or eaten as an individual meal. They have a great wine selection and cocktail list.
RooT 42 Bar & Grill
Their food is consistently good, and they usually have delicious specials. There are so many delicious dishes on their menu, you’ll be sure to find something you enjoy.
Sea la Vie
*Reservations are HIGHLY recommended for this amazing little restaurant in Frenchtown, it has mostly American Cuisine but takes inspiration from all over the world.
Salt & Vinegar
Salt & Vinegar are a New Zealand-style fish and chips shop. So, of course, their fish and chips are incredible, along with their chowder.
Whether you’re looking for a breakfast, lunch, or dinner spot, Hook’d is a great spot right on the water.