William Thornton Floating Bar and Restaurant

Accessible by boat, this unique eatery is anchored 200 feet offshore. It has a anything-goes feel about it, with several decks piled atop one another for eating, drinking, and dancing.


Local favorites like conch fritters and roti litter the menu plus burgers, salads, and sandwiches, all of which pair nicely with all of their offerings from the bar.

William Thornton Floating Bar and Restaurant is a bar and grill where they proudly serve their take on Caribbean cuisine. As far as service and setting, you can expect the formality to be very casual. The option to eat here is on the table during both dinner and lunch, so give it a try.


Located on Norman Island, near Coral Bay, William Thornton Floating Bar and Restaurant makes an inviting option for those in the area. For residents and vacationers staying in Road Town, the restaurant is found to the south of town.

With a small selection of things to do and see just a short distance away from the restaurant, this can be a worthwhile area to see. Among the most accessible attractions is Treasure Point Caves.

One reason tourists are spotted roaming the vicinity is The Bight, a nearby beach, where you might nod off after a good meal or a long day.

Nearby Restaurants

If you and your group are looking to find another area restaurant with some similar menu items and/or comparable prices, there is no lack of nearby dining spots to consider, including Deadman's Beach Bar & Grill.

But then again, if you're in the mood for something different, this region of Norman Island boasts an excellent selection of dining places that will satisfy all types of diners. For example, you might also enjoy another type of food at a nearby area restaurant, like Tradewinds Restaurant, which is approximately four miles away.

You can expect to pay between $9 and $24 for the typical entree.

Contact Info

Location: Norman Island

Phone: (284) 340-8603

Website: http://www.williamthornton.com/


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