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Miss Lucy's Restaurant

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Miss Lucy's Restaurant Review

Sitting seaside at remote Friis Bay, Miss Lucy's dishes up Caribbean food with a contemporary flair. Dishes such as tender conch fritters, a spicy West Indian stew called callaloo, and fried fish make up most of the menu, but you also find a generous paella filled with seafood, sausage, and chicken on the menu. Sunday brunches are legendary, and if you're around when the moon is full, stop by for the monthly full-moon party. The handful of small tables near the water is the nicest, but if they're taken or the mosquitoes are swarming, the indoor tables do nicely.

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  • Closed Mon. No dinner Sun.
Updated: 03-04-2014

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    Worth the drive

    It's a ways from Cruz Bay, by island standards, but worth the ride to Miss Lucy's. We went for Sunday brunch and found a lovely view, terrific service and friendly people. Would definitely recommend it

    by Beacher27, 12/20/07

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