If you can't get enough Tex-Mex cuisine, you might have a chance to treat yourself. Though not terribly plentiful, there are a few places in the Virgin Islands where you can sample some.
With options including everything from the very casual favorite named Sharkey's Bait Stand to the simple cafes whose family-made creations are worth returning for, you may very well stumble upon something that suits your taste - and budget.
Below, get more details about the small set of popular Tex-Mex eateries that you may come across as you're out on the town. Find one that whets your appetite and click its name to view the full article about its specialties, style, and what you can do nearby.
Coconuts St. Croix is a logical choice worth considering if you're visiting this part of the island. Frederiksted is about three quarters of a mile (about a kilometer) to the south. With a following of food lovers, this destination isn't known simply for its Tex-Mex cooking and their signature staple of barbecue, but it's also known for hamburgers. <p>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.</p>
Sharkey's Bait Stand is located in the eastern outskirts of Christiansted, close to downtown Christiansted. Both exuberant and exhausted travelers love that this awesome sports bar is about as casual as they come, which is important because travelers should feel relaxed as they come to indulge in the sweet Tex-Mex offerings. <p>Don't expect anything too fancy from Sharkey's, they serve up fried food like chicken tenders, mozzarella sticks, hot dogs, grilled cheese, and hot wings. This sports bar is about having a good time with simple and tasty food. Of course, you will also find plenty of beer and other drinks to order.</p>
Located 0.8 miles east-northeast of Cane Bay, Above the Cliff is a good option for guests who are going to spend some time exploring this neighborhood or the surrounding area. In case you're wondering, Christiansted is six and a half miles (11 kilometers) to the east-southeast. Consider stopping by Belvedere when you just can't help your cravings for barbecue. <p>Above the Cliff tempts customers with beer, liquor, and cocktails that will go great with the smoked meats and seafood that come fresh from the smoker and grille.</p>
You may crave something slightly different, in which case there are other categories to tackle, including restaurants like these:
|Turtle's Deli||(340) 772-3676||American||0.2 mi. South-Southwest of Central Frederiksted|
|(340) 779-3285||Latin American||St. Croix|
|(340) 773-4247||Mexican||Downtown Christiansted|
|KFC Christiansted||--||American||Epworth, Central St. Croix|
|Rhythms at Rainbow Beach||(340) 772-0002||American||1.3 mi. North of Central Frederiksted|
|Kim's Restaurant||(340) 773-3377||Cajun||Downtown Christiansted|
|KFC Frederiksted||--||American||0.2 mi. North of Central Frederiksted|
|Seini's Golden Rail Cafe||(340) 719-1989||American||0.5 mi. East of Downtown Christiansted|
|Subway Carlton||(340) 772-0048||American||0.8 mi. South-Southwest of Central Allandale|
|McDonald's Ville La Reine||(340) 778-1300||American||Central St. Croix|
Sometimes, the most exciting places to dine in the Virgin Islands are those you stumble upon while walking around during the day. However, writing down a couple of restaurant possibilities on your itinerary, means you won't have to settle for something less. To read more details regarding the types of food awaiting you, check out this page.
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