We are fortunate to have an excellent variety of top dining establishments to satiate any appetite and budget. From traditional Caribbean dishes to French inspired fine dining, there is something for everyone. We are happy to support and recommend these unique St. John restaurants and eateries. Most kitchens close by 9p.
Family owned, great lunch and dinner spot in Cruz Bay with a nice gift shop inside and limited parking available. They a frozen Key Lime pie that is superb. Also check out Lime Out, their floating taco boat on the East End.
Great personal service and attention to detail on every plate. The chef/owner has a sister restaurant in Spain. Their pottery dinners are an absolutely delightful multi-course experience at an exceptional value. In Cruz Bay. Reservations recommended.
One of St. John’s best. They grow their own veggies and herbs, make their own pasta, and grind their own meats. Favorite dishes are the mushroom pappardelle, pork chop and short rib. You’ll be in for a memorable experience with impeccable service! Perfect for special occasions. In Cruz Bay. Reservations recommended.
Another best! Caribbean dishes with a latin flair, lobster nights, best paella on island. The Always Morgan ceviche, coconut-crusted grouper, and key-lime pie are out of this world! A couple of spots down from Mongoose Junction in Cruz Bay. Reservations recommended.
Delicious fresh sushi, tacos, small plates, and poke bowls and a great hand-crafted cocktail menu in Cruz Bay across from Dog House Pub. Open-air casual alfresco dining concept. One of few kitchens open until 10p. Order the frosé! You can get on the waiting list via your phone and stroll around until your table is ready.
Driftwood David rebuilds! A new eco-friendly, pet-friendly locals’ spot serious about good food in a casual atmosphere that arose from the “shambles” of the hurricanes. We like the salad bar and pulled pork sandwich! Located near St. John Auto Repair and Paradise Lumber on Centerline Road (Route 10).
In Cruz Bay at Mongoose Junction with lots of shopping and parking, good breakfast and sandwiches with a great grab and go deli selection and snacks. They smoke their own meats and make their own pastries. We love the reuben, pirate piggy, and the superfoods salad.
On the 2nd level of The Marketplace in Cruz Bay: Owner of Oasis Private Chefs recently opened this quick, healthy lunch alternative. The rotating menu features vegan and vegetarian options to which you can add local fish, chicken or other protein. Freshly made drinks, juices, and smoothies.
Open and iconic. It’s always a great place to stop in and shop the boutiques. You can even pay with PayPal now so don’t have to worry about how much cash you have. A good, classic Coral Bay sports bar with simple food (burgers, dogs, nachos) and ample parking.
TBD is a pop-up restaurant featuring excellent local dishes in the old Wok on the Beach space/shopping center next to Aqua Bistro in Coral Bay and a temporary installation until their new restaurant, The Danforth, officially opens in the same space.
Finally reopened since the hurricanes and serving delicious local foods! Homemade ice creams, juices, rotis, and more! Don’t miss this friendly and authentic Virgin Island gem located at the triangle in Coral Bay.
Eco-friendly taco boat at Hansen Bay on the East End featured in TIME Magazine’s list of World’s Greatest Places! Cruise over on your BoatDay or pay a small parking fee and rent a board or kayak out for tacos and cocktails ON the water! Swimmers will not be served. Buy their cup or bring your own.