These are just some of our favorite spots to eat on St. John...


BANANA DECK– Cruz Bay just past St. John Car Rental $-$$ 

Open for lunch and dinner. Casual outdoor dining overlooking Cruz Bay. Great for reasonably priced good food, American and tropical cuisine in a casual atmosphere overlooking Cruz Bay.

BEACH BAR - Wharfside Village $ 

Enjoy lunch while shopping or watch the sunset from the bar. Harbor-side bar menu with salads, sandwiches, burgers, and seafood specialties. Best French fries on the island! Often have live music performances, call for schedule. Lunch and dinner 

CAFE ROMACruz Bay Town Center $$/$$$

Spectacular Italian dishes and pizza, large servings. Come early to avoid a long wait. Italian dining with pizzas, pasta, salads, and entrees. Award-winning vegetarian dishes. Lunch and dinner. Open daily from 11 am

HERCULES PATE DELIGHT– Across from Lumberyard, Cruz Bay $ 

West Indian pates, plates of traditional food including Johnny cakes. Thurs $10 Lunch.

INN AT TAMARIND COURT  - Across form ACC $-$$ 

Breakfast and specialty cuisine nights such as Greek, Italian, Thai, Prime Rib dinners throughout the week. Breakfast and dinner.

LA TAPAWaterfront $$$ 

International, Mediterranean, and Spanish-inspired cuisine with a nightly changing menu. Delicious cheese and charcuterie plates, fresh bread, an array of excellent wines and sangria. Dinner only. Closed Tuesday

LIME INNCruz Bay Town Center $$ 

Special seafood entrees and grilled items in a relaxed open-air atmosphere. Reservations recommended.

MARGARITA PHIL’S– Cruz Bay across from National Park Dock $$ 

A coastal Mexican eatery featuring a cross of Mexican and Caribbean cuisine, Seafood specialties and giant margarita’s. Lunch and dinner

MORGAN’S MANGOMongoose Junction $$ 

South American and Caribbean island-inspired specialties, grilled steak and lobster nights as well as tasty vegetarian dishes. Extensive tropical drink offering as well as wines. Reservations recommended. Open seven days a week. Dinner only.

18 64Mongoose Junction $$-$$$ 

Upscale seafood cuisine with island flavor is served in an open-air courtyard. Serving lunch and dinner. Reservations recommended.

P&P BY THE SEA- Frank Bay $ 

Specializing in West Indian roti, this secluded backyard-style Caribbean food. View of Turner Bay. Call the day before to order. Very reasonable prices. Dinner.

RONNIE’S PIZZA’N MO– Next to the Westin $ 

Pizza parlor with New York-style pizza, salads, and sandwiches. Eat-in or take-out. Lunch and dinner.

SAM & JACK’S DELI– Third Floor Market Place $-$$ 

Deli sandwiches, gourmet salads – they make the best homemade pickles and chips. It is a must-try. Gourmet comfort food, fresh pasta, homemade ice cream. Lunch & dinner take-out 10 am- 7pm. Cash only.

SUN DOG CAFE- In the courtyard at Mongoose Junction $ 

Outdoor dining with international cuisine: Sandwiches, salads, pizza and homemade soups, and daily specials. Drinks at the Gecko Gazebo. Weekdays lunch 11-5, dinner 5:30-9 pm and Sunday Brunch; Wed. night Open Mike/music.

TAP ROOM– Mongoose Junction $

(St. John Brewers) serving locally created draft beer and wine in an air-conditioned bar and outdoor patio. Home of Virgin Islands Pale Ale. Pizzas, pretzels, and beer in St. John’s only brewpub. Casual atmosphere. Lunch & Dinner.

UNCLE JOE’ S-Center of town across from the Post Office $ 

B-B-Q chicken, ribs, and a variety of side dishes to eat-in or carry out. Large portions and inexpensive. Lunch and dinner. Recommend calling order in advance. Cash only.


A very small, casual watering spot for locals. Reasonably priced fish baskets, burgers, salads, seafood. Famous happy hour 3-6 pm. Lunch, dinner, late-night after 10 pm.

GRINGOSMongoose Junction $-$$ 

Tacos and Tequila. A very popular new restaurant and bar in Mongoose Junction.

Open daily for happy hour and dinner.


RHUMB LINES- Coral Bay - Across from Skinnys $$-$$$ 

Asian Inspired, Pacific Rim cuisine in a casual chic outdoor courtyard seating. Pupu and entrée portions. Lunch and Dinner. Closed Tuesday

COLOMBO’S CAFÉ- Centerline and North Shore Roads intersection $ 

A great selection of blended smoothies, free rum with smoothies as well as hot dogs, beer, and veggie burgers. Lunch only.

MISS LUCY’S beachfront restaurant -Route 107, about four miles from Centerline intersection $ 

A delightful spot on the beach for lunch and dinner. Offering both West Indian and American cuisine, Try their Sunday breakfast for a real treat. Sunday offers brunch only (no dinner) and closed Mondays.

SKINNY LEGS - Centerline Road just past the triangle $$ 

Open-air restaurant by the dinghy dock in Coral Bay known for the best burgers on the rock.. Laidback and popular with locals. Open for lunch and dinner daily. Closed on Mondays.