Places to eat in St. Thomas

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    Gladys' Cafe: As Good as Ever!

    by bekssa Written Mar 31, 2014

    We always, always, always stop here. The atmosphere (and even the location) is really cool. Art on the walls, interesting people and an exciting menu. The food is wonderful and the hostess, Pauline, and everyone you meet there are always warm and welcoming! Funny how it always seems to be full of people but even though we've been there 4 times, we've never had to wait on a table. It may take a little while to get served if they are busy but somehow it doesn't really matter.

    Favorite Dish: I personally love their guacamole--the chips are a little different than most places. Also the conch fritters (and conch chowder). The curried goat is heavenly as is the yellow tail snapper. And that chocolate rum drink--oh my! The mango one is also good. There a 4 different sauces to try on the table if you are brave enough. One is extremely hot. Prices are reasonable but a little higher than the usual local spots we stop on other islands. Obviously worth it because her place is packed every single time we go with repeat visitors and locals.

    the outside menu the table sauces guacamole stewed ox tails Mango daquiri and chocolate shake (adult style)

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    Delly Deck: Tucked Away in Havensight

    by grandmaR Updated Jan 30, 2013

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    We went to a little sandwich/hamburger place in Havensight called the Delly Deck and had lunch and talked about boats. The sign out front said "Restrooms are Only for Customers"

    Favorite Dish: I had a philly cheese steak ($11), and wanted potato salad, but they gave me fries instead. Bob had a tuna sandwich ($8.50) and fries. Dave had a mahi mahi sub and potato salad ($12.00) and iced tea ($2.00). That's what we all should have gotten. He insisted on paying for the meal, but he let Bob leave the tip.

    Restaurant entrance Philly Cheesesteak People eating Restaurant facade Bill for meal
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    Greenhouse restaurant and bar in Charlotte Amelia: Good atmosphere and harbor view

    by BadDrachenfels Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Good drinks, cold beer served in ice buckets, good happy hour. Food is good too with some decent local specialities. Nice breeze off harbor with view. Good place to socialize with friends and to enjoy an informal lunch or dinner.

    Favorite Dish: Appetizers are good
    But I recommend the Mango Banana chicken or the steaks or the fresh fish/shellfish dishes. Coconut shrimp good too.

    Go to Happy Hour.

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    Tickles Dockside Pub: Next to the Marina

    by grandmaR Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    As we came in from the charter, I heard someone calling Blythe Spirit on the radio. I knew my first cousin had a boat by that name, so we called too, and found that they were in a marina in St. Thomas waiting for parts to fix their steering which had to be imported from Italy. So we met them for lunch in the restaurant next to the marina before we left to fly home and they told us all about their adventures in getting there.

    Favorite Dish: We had sandwiches, but I don't remember what they were.

    My first cousin and her husband
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    Cuzzin's Caribbean Restaurant & Bar: Awesome Caribbean Food!

    by cjg1 Updated Aug 3, 2010

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    Cuzzin's is the place to come for awesome Caribbean food. The restaurant is located on Backstreet just a short walk from the main shopping drag. Inside the restaurant has several tables scattered throughout with local artwork (for sale) on the walls. The menu is chocked full of Caribbean specialties, Caribbean lobster, conch fritters, plantains, ribs, chicken and even some burgers for the "tourists". They have a nice drink menu filled with tropical drinks and beer. Choosing an entree is hard since everything on the menu sounds incredible. The entrees come with three side dishes and the list is hard to choose from such as sweet potatoes, plantains, coleslaw, mac & cheese, stuffing, etc.

    Liz and I have been to Cuzzin's every time we are in Charlotte Amalie and each time we have had excellent food and wonderful service. I would recommend that if you are in St. Thomas definitely come to Cuzzin's for an awesome meal.

    Favorite Dish: Our first visit to Cuzzin's I ordered the Chicken and Ribs plate. It came with a choice of three sides. I chose the potato salad, the sweet potatoes and the stuffing. It was incredible good and the portion was very large. Liz had the Caribbean Lobster with mac and cheese, coleslaw and fried plantains. She loved her meal. I had some of the Lobster and it was very sweet and tender. The lobster shell was an interesting white and pink color. We washed down our meal with an coke and an iced tea.

    Our second visit to Cuzzin' I had the Ribs which were incredibly good and juicy; just as good as I remembered. Liz already knew she wanted the Caribbean Lobster before we got there it was just a matter of choosing a size. After the waitress began rattling off sizes and prices I interrupted and told her to just bring her the largest one you have. Liz loved her lobster and ate the whole thing. She barely had room to eat some of the delicious coleslaw, plantains and mac & cheese. It was an incredibly good meal and we had the same wonderful waitress "Sheila" that we had on our first visit.

    Our last visit to Cuzzins in July 2010; we brought along my Mother and her fiancee. Both Liz and my Mom had the Caribbean Lobster while Hal and I had the BBQ ribs and chicken. We knew they would love their meal and they were so happy we showed them our favorite place to eat in Charlotte Amalie.

    Caribbean Lobster Plate Liz anticipating her Lobster Restaurant Exterior Enjoying our lunch Ribs & Chicken Plate
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  • Blue Moon Cafe: ABSOLUTELY!

    by sabsi Updated Dec 9, 2008

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    Hunger and thirst forced us to leave our comfortable room at Secret Harbour Beach Resort even though we really only wanted to sleep and it was raining badly. Still it was good that we left, like this we had the chance to try out the hotel's Blue Moon Café and experience what happens when US style customer service goes "over the top".

    The location right on the water's edge is lovely. The food was good, a bit pricey though I think. What drove us crazy, however, was our waitress' friendliness. She was a bit too enthusiastic and answered "Absolutely" to every "Thank you" we said. After a while I couldn't stand it anymore. I wanted to kick her as soon as the word came out of her mouth. Absolutely annoying! ;)

    Favorite Dish: I had a nice ceasar salad followed by a simple tomato pasta dish. Both were good. Thomas had a duck dish he really enjoyed washed down with a terrible "Virgin Island Ale". We paid approx. 80$ for this meal.

    Blue Moon Cafe, St. Thomas, USVI

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    Fat Turtle: Located near the cruise ship pier

    by Ericasmurf99 Written Apr 12, 2008

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    We were tired of eating on the ship, and I thought this place sounded and looked cute (cartoonish pictures of a fat turtle everywhere). It also had a very nice overview of the water. The food was kinda pricy, but good. My husband and I split a pizza.

    Favorite Dish: Favorite drink was a "Turtle Soup". Pina Colada mixed with Blue Curacao, my two favorites!

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    Paradise Point: Best View Ever!

    by BigBlueOne Written Apr 6, 2008

    We came across this place when we took the Skyline to the top of the mountain in the St. Thomas harbor. To be honest the area at the top started off a little scary with very few people roaming the shops. But, we found the restaurant (the one on the lower level) and decided to sit for a second and grab a drink.

    Within the next 1/2 hour the place went from empty to full as the sun started to set and a band started warming up. The food was nothing great, just decent bar type fare, but to listen to a live band with the view up there was nothing short of fantastic.

    Favorite Dish: The fish and chips were pretty good.

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    Oceana: One of the "Island's Best"

    by artdeco Written Jun 16, 2006

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    Oceana is a fine dining restaurant set on the seaside patio of a historic house (former Russian Consulate) in Frenchtown. It offers a beautiful ocean view and amazing global cuisine. It was recommended to us by many people, included our wedding planner. We were not disappointed. Our evening in Oceana was very special with delicious food and wine.

    Favorite Dish: I had -
    Australian Lamb Sirloin with a porcini mushroom and white truffle polenta,
    Vidalia onion - fennel compote and lamb bordelaise...$28.00

    5 stars!!!

    Entrance Australian Lamb Sirloin Entrance
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    Old Stone Farmhouse: A Culinary experience

    by BadDrachenfels Written Aug 21, 2005

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    Great atmosphere. Beautiful stone construction with wooden accents. Bar is nice. Dining area lovely and elegant. Service is exceptional and food quality and presentation is outstanding. I've eaten there multiple times and the quality is consistent while the menu varies.

    Favorite Dish: Wish I had a picture but you can see one on their inviting website. Menu included. Good wine selection as well.

    http://www.oldstone.rummi.com/

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    Jack's Wings: Best Buffalo Wings in the Caribbean

    by praetorianxxxv Written Apr 29, 2005

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    Owned and operated by a local radio DJ and his counterpart from the states , Jack's has the island's best Wings and although the scantilly clad women are scarce (because 80 % of the population are medically obese and would not look right in short shorts and tank tops) a la Hooters, the food is worth it.

    Favorite Dish: MY GOSH MAN PAY ATTENTION... THE WINGS I SAY ....THE WINGS!!

    My haunt during my confinement

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    Cold Stone Creamery: Always time for Ice Cream

    by ATXtraveler Written Jan 31, 2005

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    No matter what time of day, or where you are... everyone loves ice cream! Although we are always up for an enjoyable ethnic food delight, Sarah and I rarely pass up the chance to have an ice cream. We were lucky enough to run into Cold Stone Creamery in Charlotte Amalie, at the Port of $ale shopping center.

    Stop in for a cone if you are in town!

    Cold Stone Creamery - St Thomas

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    Paradise Point Bar & Grill: "HOME OF THE BAILEY'S BUSHWACKER"

    by PrincessK Written Dec 14, 2004

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    The views from Paradise Point are spectacular! VOTED #1 spot for frozen drinks in the "Best of the V.I." overlooking the beautiful harbor of Charlotte Amalie.

    Its a great place to relax and enjoy one of their fabulous frozen drink on the large observation deck. Make sure you bring your camera! The grill menu offers great sandwiches, salads and finger food!

    Favorite Dish: Good sandwiches and great frozen drinks

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    Gladys' Cafe: Gladys' Cafe

    by Cabana_Boy Written Mar 11, 2004

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    Ate Thanksgiving dinner here in 2003 and had a great meal with a casual Caribbean flare…Gladys and all the lovely ladies at the café were a delight…

    Favorite Dish: Gladys makes a mean homemade hot sauce that's the bomb....

    Gladys' Cafe in Charlotte-Amalie....
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    Duffy's Love Shack: Good Drinks

    by arissat Updated Sep 23, 2003

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    We did not eat there, but had some drinks.
    Their Berry Berry (Chambord, Blackberry liquor, rum, blueberries and strawberries) was just delicious and also tried the island's drink: Bushwhacker - wasn't too crazy about it.
    The food looked good (we took a pick on tables next to us...) The price wasn't bad...

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