St. Thomas Restaurants

Restaurants are spread all over the island, although fewer are found in the west and northwest sections. Most restaurants out of town are easily accessible by taxi and have ample parking. If you dine in Charlotte Amalie, take a taxi. Parking close to restaurants can be difficult to find, and walking around after dark isn't advisable for safety reasons.

Dining on St. Thomas is informal. Few restaurants require a jacket and tie. Still, at dinner in the snazzier places shorts and T-shirts are inappropriate; men would do well to wear slacks and a shirt with buttons. Dress codes on St. Thomas rarely require women to wear skirts, but you can never go wrong with something flowing.

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  • 1. Amalia Café


    A great place to take a break and get a bite while shopping, this open-air café tucked into the alleyway of Palm Passage serves authentic...Read More

  • 2. Gladys' Cafe


    This cozy alleyway restaurant is rich in atmosphere, with its mahogany bar and native stone walls, making dining a double delight. Try the local specialties...Read More

  • 3. Old Stone Farmhouse


    At this beautifully restored plantation house, guests can dine on sophisticated small plates such as warm olives and basil focaccia or simple entrées such as...Read More

  • 4. Pizza Pi


    Sail up in a boat, paddle by in a kayak, or drive out in a dinghy to pick up freshly made New York–style pizza from...Read More

  • 5. Beni Iguana's Sushi Bar & Restaurant


    Edible art is an apt description of the sushi and sashimi feast that draws visitors and locals alike. The favorite here is steamed mussels in...Read More

  • 6. Café Amici


    Within the historic stonework and cascading tropical blossoms of A.H. Riise Alley, this charming open-air eatery will pull you in by the nose and send...Read More

  • 7. Caribbean Saloon


    Sports on wide-screen TVs and live music on weekends are two added attractions at this hip sports bar that's in the center of the action...Read More

  • 8. Duffy's Love Shack


    If the floating bubbles don't attract you to this zany eatery billed as the "ultimate tropical drink shack," the lime-green shutters, loud rock music, and...Read More

  • 9. Fat Turtle

    $$$ | Eclectic

    Graze on local lobster, burgers, and salads, as well as pizza baked in a stone-floored oven while gazing at the million-dollar megayachts docked...Read More

  • 10. Fish Tales

    $$$ | Seafood

    Watch fishermen walk up the dock here each afternoon and deliver fresh fish like tuna, wahoo, mahimahi, and "ole wife" (a local white fish)...Read More

  • 11. Grande Cru

    $$$ | Mediterranean

    At this nautically themed wine bar and restaurant, you can either graze on small plates such as ahi tuna carpaccio, jumbo lump crab and marscapone...Read More

  • 12. Greenhouse Bar and Restaurant


    Fun-lovers come to this waterfront restaurant to eat, listen to music, and play games, including video lottery terminals. Even the most finicky eater should find...Read More

  • 13. Hook, Line and Sinker


    Anchored on the breezy Frenchtown waterfront and close to the pastel-painted boats of the local fishing fleet, this harbor-view eatery serves high-quality seafood dishes, as...Read More

  • 14. Mafolie Restaurant


    Enjoy a romantic meal with an iconic bird's-eye view of the Charlotte Amalie harbor. For starters, there's kallaloo soup (shrimp and crab in a thick,...Read More

  • 15. Mirador by Chef Benny


    Arrive before sunset for the magnificent view and handcrafted cocktails at the Pineapple Bar, but stay for the Latin meets American mix of dinner selections....Read More

  • 16. Molly Molones

    $$$ | Irish

    This dockside eatery has a devoted following among local boaters, who swear by the traditional American and Irish fare. Opt for eggs Benedict...Read More

  • 17. Oceana Restaurant and Wine Bar

    $$$$ | Eclectic

    In the old Russian consulate great house at the tip of the Frenchtown peninsula, this restaurant offers superb views along with fresh seafood...Read More

  • 18. Smoking Rooster BBQ


    House-smoked, hand-rubbed meats with a side of rum are the specialty here. Order the sampler platter for a taste of everything: choice of two meats...Read More

  • 19. Texas Pit BBQ


    The smell of smoky barbecue ribs, beef brisket, and chicken wafts enticingly from these mobile stands, which set up daily around 4 pm. Austin native...Read More

  • 20. Tickles Dockside Pub


    Nautical types and locals come here for casual fare with homey appeal: chicken-fried steak, meat loaf with mashed potatoes, and baby back ribs. Hearty breakfasts...Read More

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