Take a bite into some fresh seafood right from the waters around St. Thomas at Hook Line & Sinker. With good food and a casual, yet classy atmosphere, Hook Line and Sinker has become a favorite among both locals and returning visitors alike.
You should expect to find mostly seafood at Hook Line & Sinker, as it is the specialty and focus of the menu. However, you will also find hamburgers, and several chicken options on the menu that are tasty as well.
Hook Line & Sinker is a bar and grill where they proudly serve their take on American cuisine. One can expect the setting and food here to be informal. When is this restaurant option on the table? They're open during brunch, dinner, and lunch, so your family can try this restaurant almost any time the mood strikes.
Hook Line & Sinker offers tables that nearly all have fantastic views of the marina and the sea.
Hook Line & Sinker can be found in Frenchtown, a neighborhood on St. Thomas; it's to the west of Charlotte Amalie.
You can merge dining experience with some excellent sightseeing opportunities by checking out one of the many attractions in the area, like Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul.
Many travelers also tend to love the availability of fun activities in the area. Any golfers who come to town have the option of spending time at the nearest golf facility, Herman E. Moore Golf Course. After a long, hot day on the links, refresh at Sprat Bay Beach, which you will find to be the closest beach and is only a short distance away away. Keep in mind these attractions are just a couple of the beaches, golf courses, and outdoor sports nearby.
If you are in the mood for another restaurant that has similar menu items or a similar price range, there are quite a few nearby dining spots to choose from, including Alexander's Bella Blu.
Of course, if you're looking for something a little different, this part of St. Thomas has an impressive range of restaurants, where you can find all kinds of flavors and cuisine types. For example, you can also try some good eats and different cuisines at a proximal place in town, like, which isn't very far away.
If you dine with Hook Line & Sinker for dinner, you expect to pay between $15 and $30(USD) per entree, while the lunch menu tends to keep entrees below $15(USD). Hook Line & Sinker accepts most major credit cards. The restaurant is open Monday through Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., with a two hour break starting at 4:00 p.m. when they switch from lunch to dinner. Additionally, they open on Sunday for a special brunch menu that is available from 10:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
Phone: (340) 776-9708
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