The big draw here is the owner, Foxy Callwood, a famed calypso singer who will serenade you with lewd and laugh-worthy songs as you fork into burgers, grilled chicken, barbecue ribs, and lobster. Check out the pennants, postcards, and weathered T-shirts that adorn every inch of the walls and ceiling of this large, two-story beach shack; they've been left by previous visitors. On Friday and Saturday nights in season Foxy hosts Caribbean-style barbecue with grilled fresh
fish, chicken and ribs, peas and rice, salad, and more, followed by live music. Other nights choose from steak, fresh lobster, pork, or pasta; at lunch Foxy serves sandwiches and salads. Whether because of the sheer volume of diners or the experience of the management, Foxy's is one of the most reliable eating establishments on Jost. And it's also home to the only espresso on the island, and the only locally brewed beer in the BVI. You're unlikely to find Foxy performing at night, but he takes the mike many afternoons, and takes time to mingle with guests, making this a popular happy-hour pit stop.
Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke, VG1160, British Virgin Islands
Mar 2, 2014
Be very careful at foxy's! My cell phone was taken from the table. The staff was not helpful at all!!! The food was just average and the service was terrible! Ricky refused to bring a guest a second Coke and when we asked for the desert menue it was obvious that they wer trying to turn over the table. Not worth your time. The gift shop is fun, the resutran not woth your time. If you go to Foxy's, hang on to your stuff. If you don't it willbe