St. Thomas Dining
Below are our favorite St. Thomas eateries. Click on the listing for more details on each of these mouth-watering hotspots! With links to their website, social media pages, and even their location on Google Maps, you’ll never go hungry.
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When looking at Three Palm’s menu, which they share to their social media stories daily, the phrase “small but mighty” might come to mind.
**RESERVATIONS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED** Located in Red Hook, The Easterly is a shoreline culinary oasis offering innovative craft cocktails and wood-fired cuisine representative of the rustic Caribbean.
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.
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.
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.
Every local has their favorite roti place. While we don’t like to get in the middle of it, we are chucking our hat in the corner of Ideal Roti. Roti’s are flaky and light and stuffed with stuffed with curried, grilled, or stewed meats and vegetables
This CASH ONLY local hotspot is very casual and serves up the coldest Heineken and Presidente on the North Side and it’s only five minutes from Magen’s Bay.
This is a great spot to dine in or grab food to go if you’re on your way to the beach or a boat trip.
Delicious New York-style pizza, sold by the slice or the whole pie!
No matter what time of day you stop in you will leave with full bellies and satisfied taste buds.
Casual Mexican fair with plenty of gluten-free options. If you want delicious, quality Mexican food at a great price, we can’t recommend this place enough.
St. John Dining
Visiting St. John during your stay?
We’ve got favorites there too!