Around since 1992 and recently renovated, thanks to financial help from Kenny Chesney after hurricanes Irma and Maria ripped it apart, this restaurant delivers delicious food, consistently.
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A French-inspired restaurant, with a great view of the sunset. I love their Foie Gras and pork belly appetizers. For dinner, you can go wrong with their Wahoo, filet or crab stuffed prawns.
Extra Virgin Bistro
My FAVORITE place to go for a nice dinner on STJ. Reservations are strongly recommended here as the place is usually packed with locals and tourists. It stays packed for good reason.
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.
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.
Old Stone Farmhouse
If you’re looking for a nice dinner out OSFH should be a top contender. This fine dining restaurant is set in a 200-year-old, restored plantation field house overlooking the lush countryside of St. Thomas. The service is friendly, the food is divine, and the location is visually stunning.
THE BEST MEAL WE’VE HAD ON STT. EVER. This is a chef’s tasting restaurant. You can choose from a 7 or 11-course meal. Every course is expertly prepared.
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.
No matter what time of day you stop in you will leave with full bellies and satisfied taste buds.