If, on your travels, you know you're going to want some vegetarian food, don't miss an opportunity to satisfy your hunger. Though not incredibly abundant, you can still find a few restaurants in the Virgin Islands within this category.
With everything from the very casual atmosphere at Bath & Turtle Restaurant to the cafes where drinks are just as important to dinner as the food on the plate, you're bound to find something worth sharing - or not, as the case may be.
The list below allows you to pursue the few choices for vegetarian places you'll run across during your vacation. You can click each restaurant's name to discover the details about its ambiance, locale, dress code, and more.
Bath & Turtle Restaurant, which is part of, can be found just beyond the the center of Spanish Town. Travelers who are compelled to eat chicken will particularly like dining here during a visit to Spanish Town. <p>You'll find all of your pub favorite on the menu here, from pizzas, pastas, sandwiches to fish and chips, but there are also a few items that drive home the locale like conch soup.</p>
Coconut Junction is a smart choice for guests who are going to be spending time seeing this part of the island. It is 0.5 miles south west of Spanish Town. Fresh fish from the Virgin Islands' coasts and vegetarian food play nicely together at this friendly eatery.
Visitors often find that the best dining options in the Virgin Islands are the ones that you catch sight of - or scent of - as you're out doing activities and seeing attractions. But, keeping the contact info for at least two different restaurants on the list, might make sense for your travel preferences. To find out much more regarding the culinary options available to you, check out this page.
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