When the craving strikes for Latin American cuisine, don't pass up an opportunity to spoil yourself. Though not terribly plentiful, you can still find a few places in the Virgin Islands serving this kind of food.
From the informal ambiance and backdrop at Paradise St. Croix to the tasty dinner and lunch at , there's a menu suited for each guest and style of vacation.
Before your trip begins, you can get a taste for the small handful of Latin American restaurants you'll encounter during your getaway. Find the one that makes your mouth water and click its name to read the full article about its ambiance, specialties, and nearby things to do.
Located toward the center of Frederiksted, Paradise St. Croix is a popular choice for people who are going to be spending time seeing this town and areas nearby. You'd be lucky to find yourself in Frederiksted if your busy day calls for a satisfying serving of tapas. <p>This restaurant specializes in a tapas menu where you can find items like kabobs, crab cakes, and tacos. They also do pig roasts on Sundays and Prime Rib on Mondays.</p>
Villa Morales Restaurant is at 82 C Whim. It's 1.4 miles southeast of Frederiksted. As part of a menu decked with Latin American food, this local spot is particularly known for its barbecue and chicken. <p>Along with their regular menu, Villa Morales Restaurant features the following daily specials: Thursday - stew goat and barbecue spare ribs; Friday - roast pork, roast goat, boil fish and fungi; Saturday - roast pork, roast goat.</p> <p>When it comes time to quench your thirst, Villa Morales is known for J.T.'s Famous Mojitos.</p>
Located near the center of Frederiksted, The West End Grill is a viable option for travelers thinking about visiting this town and the surrounding area. If the thought of Caribbean food coupled with Latin American makes you hungry, make it a goal to eat at this restaurant at some point during your vacation in the Virgin Islands.
Fresh seafood and Latin American fare make for a bold combo at this dining option.
Also worth considering if you really love Latin American food, you will find similar ingredients and influences at local places like these:
|(340) 773-4247||Mexican||Downtown Christiansted|
|Above the Cliff||(340) 718-1100||Tex-Mex||0.8 mi. East-Northeast of Central Cane Bay|
|Sharkey's Bait Stand||(340) 719-9935||Tex-Mex||0.7 mi. East of Downtown Christiansted|
|Pirate's Tavern||(340) 778-9650||Mexican||Central St. Croix|
|Savant||(340) 713-8666||Mexican||0.3 mi. East-Southeast of Downtown Christiansted|
|Coconuts St. Croix||(340) 774-0099||Mexican||0.7 mi. North of Central Frederiksted|
Oftentimes, the best kitchens, cafes, and dining rooms in the Virgin Islands are the ones you wind up near unexpectedly while walking around during the day. However, having a few interesting-sounding restaurants in your travel plans, might make sense for your travel preferences. To find out more details concerning the types of food awaiting you, check out this page.
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