St. John Restaurants

With the exception of the grown-on-the-island greens, which you can find in salads at a wide variety of local restaurants, and an occasional catch of local fish, almost all the food served here is imported from the mainland. This means that you may find prices on restaurant menus and supermarket shelves on the high side, since the shipping costs are passed along to the consumer.

During the summer, call ahead to confirm restaurant hours; some restaurants close for a month or so.

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  • 1. Sun Dog Café

    $$ | Eclectic

    There's an unusual assortment of dishes at this charming alfresco restaurant, which you'll find tucked into a courtyard in the upper reaches...Read More

  • 2. Inn at Tamarind Court Restaurant

    $$ | Eclectic

    There's a different chef—each with a unique style—here every night, which makes for an eclectic menu. On Tuesday, Caribbean cuisine brings out...Read More

  • 3. Sogo's

    $$ | Caribbean

    Sogo's, which can be found in the heart of busy Cruz Bay, serves up delightful, traditional West Indian fare. The menu includes such dishes...Read More

  • 4. Uncle Joe's Barbecue

    $$ | American

    Juicy ribs and tasty chicken legs dripping with house barbecue sauce make for one of St. John's best dining deals. An ear of corn, rice, and...Read More

  • 5. Donkey Diner

    $$ | American

    In an odd combination that works well for Coral Bay visitors and residents, this tiny spot along the main road through Coral Bay sells tasty...Read More

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