St. Thomas Restaurants

St. Thomas offers a plethora of restaurants to suit every taste, serving everything from burgers to bouillabaisse, often with a Caribbean flair. Couple chefs from top American culinary schools with shipping (since practically everything is imported), and you can expect to pay a pretty penny for your meals – but not any more so than in a big city like New York or London. Here are a few of our favorite dining establishments:

Agave Terrace
Point Pleasant Resort, Rte. 38, Estate Smith Bay
“Fresh fish is the specialty at this open-air pavilion restaurant, with more than a dozen fish sauces on the menu. If you get lucky on a sportfishing charter, bring your fish in by 3 PM and the chef will cook it. No lunch.”

Alexander’s Café
24A Honduras (across from Frenchtown ball field)
“Out-of-this-world Schnitzel and excellent patés. Great seafood, chicken, pasta, and beef selections. Save room for dessert.”

Blue Moon Café
6280 Estate Nazareth, Secret Harbor Beach Resort
“Casual beachfront lunches including sandwiches, salads, and quesadillas. Elegant dinner menu with dishes like red snapper with pecans and bananas in a coconut rum sauce. Reservations recommended.”

Gladys’ Café
Waterfront at Royal Dane Mall, Charlotte Amalie
“The local specialties like conch in butter sauce, saltfish and dumplings, and hearty red bean soup make this a recommended café. No dinner.”

Grateful Deli and Coffee Shop
6500 Red Hook Plaza, Ste. 125 (across from the St. John ferry dock)
“Surprisingly delightful sandwiches including hot pastrami and corned beef, and a ham, smoked turkey, and Monterey jack cheese combo. The restaurant doubles as a cybercafe, so check your e-mail while you wait. Open until 5 daily, 3 on Sunday. ”

Havana Blue
South of Havensite, at the end of Road 315 (Upper level of Morningstar Beach Pavillion)
“Cuba meets Pacific Rim – A great variety of exceptional dishes and lots of fresh seafood. A spacious and stylish restaurant just above the shoreline with whispering surf, featuring lounge music and a popular bar. Dinner only.”

Hervé Restaurant and Wine Bar
Government Hill, Charlotte Amalie
“Elegant French dining at its best. Try the fresh tuna encrusted with sesame seeds or succulent roast duck with a ginger and tamarind sauce. The passion-fruit cheesecake is to die for. Reservations essential. Lighter fare served in the open-air bistro at lunchtime.”

Lillian’s Caribbean Grill
43-46 Norre Gade, Grand Gallerie, Charlotte Amalie
“Local specialties like pigtail, stewed oxtail, and other exotic treats. Chicken curry and fried red snapper for the less adventurous. A very small sampling of burgers and ribs. Only open until 5:30 Monday – Saturday.”

Randy’s Wine Bar and Bistro
4002 Raphune Hill, Al Cohen’s Plaza, outside Charlotte Amalie
“Popular with locals. Basic lunches like pastrami on rye, but dinners are more exciting, like thyme mango chicken or pepper-crusted pork tenderloin. Save room for the warm chocolate brownie a la mode.”

18 Main St., Charlotte Amalie
“Intimate, elegant hideaway serving the island’s best northern Italian cuisine. More than 40 homemade pastas, osso buco, tiramisu… need we go on? Reservations essential. Closed Sunday.”

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