St. Thomas Restaurants
St. Thomas restaurants should have no problem satisfying any appetite. Whether you're looking for casual dinner out or a meal served with elegance, there are a number of fine St. Thomas restaurants to choose from while you're vacationing on the island. Typical American fare is available at most St. Thomas restaurants, but be sure to sample some authentic Caribbean food as well. Sweet potato, cornmeal, hearty breads (like johnnycake and dumb bread) and fresh seafood are characteristic of the area, and many St. Thomas restaurants attract professionally-trained chefs that can serve these up with flair. Be forewarned: though many St. Thomas restaurants are world-class, prices across the island are generally on the pricey side as almost all ingredients have to be imported. Here are a few tourist and local favorites:
Tavern on the Waterfront
With an eclectic menu and elegant décor, many celebrities have put this spot on their list of favorite St. Thomas restaurants. Located in Charlotte Amalie. Note: closed Sundays. Telephone: 340-776-4328.
Off the Hook
For fresh seafood, this open-air establishment ranks high among St. Thomas restaurants. Savor the mix of classic Caribbean spices. In Red Hook. Note: does not serve lunch. Telephone: 340-775-6350.
Located in Frenchtown, the former Alexander's Cafè has reopened as Bella Blu. Lunch, 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dinner 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Reservations are suggested for dinner, 340-774-4349.
This casual diner specializes in authentic Caribbean dishes, and Gladys will make you feel right at home. In Charlotte Amalie. Note: does not serve dinner. Telephone: 340-774-6604.
Fine Italian cuisine in an old stucco house makes this one of the most popular St. Thomas restaurants. Located near Coki Point. Reservations are a must. Note: closed Sundays, does not serve lunch. Telephone: 340-775-6350.
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