If you can't get enough Mexican cuisine, don't miss a chance to satisfy your hunger. Even though you may find your options somewhat limited, you can still find a couple of locations in the Virgin Islands where you can sample this kind of food.
Before your trip begins, you can pursue the few Mexican restaurants that you may be referred to during your getaway. You can click each restaurant's name to see the full article about its ambiance, locale, dress code, and more.
Coconuts St. Croix is at 72 La Grange; it's about three quarters of a mile (about a kilometer) to the north of Frederiksted. This enigmatic eatery can show multiple sides, so yes they're offering Mexican goodies, which yes, includes barbecue, but we shouldn't forget they're also fawned-over for another favorite, hamburgers. Coconuts is a country-style bar and restaurant known for its laid back style and friendly atmosphere. There is a floor for dancing and dining on a patio overlooking the sea.
Savant is situated near the heart of Christiansted. Salty, fresh seafood and Mexican cuisine are an outstanding combo at this friendly, fine dining establishment. Outdoor dining in a courtyard surrounded by tropical greenery and lit with tiki lights makes this spot truly appealing to diners who want to make every moment they are on the island shine.
Located east of Cane Bay, Pirate's Tavern is a logical selection for travelers who are going to explore this area of St. Croix. In case you're wondering, Christiansted is approximately four and a half miles (approximately seven kilometers) to the east-southeast. If it doesn't feel right to dress up just for eating a decent plate of Mexican cuisine, consider this place which has a really casual setting. You'll always have a good time at Pirate's Tavern, which is known for it's fun and friendly atmosphere. Dining can be indoors or out, so you'll be able to relax wherever you feel comfortable.
Located in the heart of downtown Christiansted, Luncheria is a viable choice for travelers thinking about visiting this neighborhood or the surrounding area. For times that call for a laid-back atmosphere while enjoying some great Mexican fare, remember this restaurant where the vibe is very casual.
If seeking variety within the same genre, you'll find commonality between the restaurants above and restaurants like the following:
|The Pink Spot||(340) 778-7465||Latin American||0.2 mi. South of Central Frederiksted|
|(340) 772-2160||Latin American||Frederiksted, Western part of St. Croix|
|Above the Cliff||(340) 718-1100||Tex-Mex||0.8 mi. East-Northeast of Central Cane Bay|
|(340) 779-3285||Latin American||St. Croix|
|Sharkey's Bait Stand||(340) 719-9935||Tex-Mex||0.7 mi. East of Downtown Christiansted|
Some of the most memorable foods in the Virgin Islands are those you stumble upon while journeying to and from your hotel. However, jotting down the names of some restaurants in your plans, means you won't have to settle for something less. To find out even more regarding the culinary options awaiting you, check out this page.
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