One of the most popular restaurants on St. Croix and only 10 feet from the still waters of Reef Beach which makes it an ideal perch for watching windsurfers and Hobie Cats. At lunch, an array of salads, crepes, and sandwiches are on offer. The more elaborate night menu features the popular house specialties
Homesick New Yorkers especially head for this small eatery for breakfast or lunch while touring in Charlotte Amalie. At breakfast you can order yogurt with granola, or else ask for a three-cheese omelet with sausage, bacon, or ham. At lunch you can enjoy fresh salad platters, or else opt for one of the well-stuffed sandwiches, including slow-roasted beef, pastrami, or albacore tuna. The kitchen prepares various wraps and even a Philly cheese steak. Desserts are homemade daily.
The only sushi restaurant on St. John Happy Fish is a sushi lover’s dream. Expertly prepared sushi is offered at amazingly low prices. Sit at the sushi bar to watch your food being prepared. Happy Fish offers a large selection of sushi, appetizers and entrees. Cooked entrees are available for those who do not want to eat sushi. The restaurant is conveniently located at The Marketplace.
Located in the heart of Cruz Bay, St. John, USVI. Rhumb Lines Restaurant encompasses the flavors of the Caribbean as well as Pacific Rim cuisines. Owned & operated by long-time St John residents, Rhumb Lines is located on the site of the original restaurant on St John and has been renovated to reflect the comfort and ambience of a well-appointed south seas home. Come join us and enjoy the inspired cuisine in an atmosphere of rustic elegance.
Our casual, comfortable, covered patio setting allows you to enjoy the outdoors and cool tropical breezes while you dine, or you can eat in our air-conditioned bar. Enjoy the mahogany wood bar with its hand painted tiles, our unique works of art on the walls and our flat-screen TV showing sports and other specials.
Our food covers many Caribbean cuisines – Creole, Bahamian, Cuban, Jamaican, Haitian, Puerto Rican and Mayan. All of these cuisines have been influenced by the original inhabitants of the islands, the Arawak and Carib Indians, as well as the Africans, East Indians and Chinese who arrived later. Add to these the foods of the Spanish, French, British and Danish settlers, and you have an incredible melting pot of ethnic and classic cuisines
One of the most talked-about restaurant on St. John and one of the few that’s air-conditioned. The interior has lots of brass, glowing hardwoods and nautical antiques, not to mention the most beautiful bar on the island, crafted from mahogany, purpleheart, and angelique. The food is excellent, with fish, pasta, beef and vegetable dishes highlighting the menu. Try the Herb and Garlic Grilled Local Yellowfin Tuna or the Roulade of Grilled Eggplant. The ever-changing dessert menu always features decadent selections.
Grande Cru presents an upscale dining experience in a casually chic setting with a superior selection of 23 wines by the glass, and an expansive array of house infused Martinis and Cocktails. Chef inspired Mediterranean cuisine uses only fresh ingredients to create a cutting edge menu, and is served in a totally hip ambiance.
The perfect waterfront spot, choose from small plates with wine, full entrees or house made ice cream with espresso.
Since February 14, 1991 It’s been a great change of pace from the Caribbean and steak choices that dominate the islands. There are nearly 30 vegetarian and seafood rolls to choose from, including avocado, spicy crab, and red snapper. The real favorite here is steamed mussels in a house-made creamy sesame dressing dubbed iguana sauce,” a creamy sesame dressing that we make ourselves exclusively at Beni Iguana’s.”
This friendly establishment sits on the corner and is open-sided with views of the cruise ships and yachts that inhabit this harbor. The menu features a simple American-pub fare of burgers, including a veggie burger; sandwiches; fish; and pasta. Choose from ham, turkey, or corned beef for your Reuben, grilled with Tickles’ own special Russian dressing, Swiss cheese, and sauerkraut. Classic dishes include: chicken Alfredo, prime rib, baby back ribs, fried catfish, and a fisherman’s platter served over pasta.