Throughout the Virgin Islands, expect to have the privilege of deciding between a diverse set of places to have a hot meal. Fans of eclectic cuisine should pay attention to the places offering this cuisine on the menu. Lucky for hungry guests, there's more than enough restaurants within this culinary category.
Your plate will be full of choices, from the informal destination known as Lobster Grille to the scrumptious breakfast and lunch at , you could encounter a dish you'll return for again and again.
Below, read more about the group of popular establishments where eclectic food is dished out. See one that catches your eye? Click its name to view more information about its dress code, food, or even nearby attractions.
Located less than a hundred yards east of downtown Charlotte Amalie, Banana Tree Grille is on the premises of Bluebeards Castle, and is a logical choice for you to consider if you're visiting this part of the city and the immediate surrounding area. When it comes to specialty eclectic-inspired cuisine, the kitchen at Banana Tree Grille serves up an awful lot of seafood and steak. The Banana Tree Grille cooks to order dozens of tasty and juicy entrees. These include Angus Beef from New Zealand, veal, mahi-mahi, roasted chicken, and many other traditional dishes. As you can see, just because this is a steakhouse does not mean it can only cook steaks. With as many seafood options as beef, their selections such as orange ginger ahi-tuna and crab imperial stuffed grouper are some of the local favorites. After dinner, do not forget to try their famous Key Lime Pie or a glass of dessert wine.
Sails is on the premises of Ritz-Carlton St. Thomas, and is a good choice for you to consider if you're thinking about spending some time seeing this neighborhood or nearby. From the restaurant, Red Hook is three quarters of a mile (one and an eighth kilometers) to the northwest. This enigmatic eatery can show multiple sides, so yes they're offering eclectic themed dishes and of course hamburgers, but we shouldn't forget they're also known for sandwiches.
Lobster Grille, on the premises of Bolongo Bay Beach Resort, is a logical choice for you to consider if you're going to spend some time exploring the island; it's three miles (four and a half kilometers) to the southeast of Charlotte Amalie. Fabulously fresh fish and eclectic panache make for an exciting meal at this informal restaurant. Breakfast at Lobster Grille ranges from the heavy bananas foster pancakes to a lighter fruit and muffin. The lunch menu is also full of lite offerings like salads and sandwiches, but for dinner the restaurant goes all out. Try one of many lobster dishes, pasta, or a juicy steak.
Twisted Cork Cafe is located in Frenchtown, a neighborhood on St. Thomas; 0.9 miles to the west of Charlotte Amalie. Sure to please everyone, Twisted Cork Cafe isn't just eclectic delights and particularly seafood, but it's also fawned-over for another favorite, tapas. Utilizing local produce -- even some plucked fresh from the on-site garden -- and seafood, this spot also bakes all of its breads and desserts daily.
Sam & Jack's Deli is located on St. John. Although some delight in the general selection of food with eclectic flair, this visitor favorite eagerly offers their pasta and sandwiches. They only have one large table inside the deli, with 8 chairs, but there are 20 tables outside the front door; some of them covered.
|Banana Tree Grille||0.3 mi. East of Central Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas||Eclectic||(340) 776-4050|
|0.3 mi. West of Central Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas||Eclectic||(340) 776-5674|
|Coral Bay Cones||0.2 mi. Northeast of Central Coral Bay||St. John||Eclectic||--|
|1.3 mi. Northeast of Central Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas||Eclectic||(340) 777-6050|
|Lobster Grille||2.8 mi. Southeast of Central Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas||Caribbean, Eclectic||(340) 775-1800 ext. 2500|
|Sails||0.7 mi. Southeast of Central Red Hook||St. Thomas||Eclectic||(340) 775-3333|
|Sam & Jack's Deli||0.3 mi. Southeast of Downtown Cruz Bay||St. John||Eclectic, Italian||(340) 714-3354|
|Twisted Cork Cafe||0.9 mi. West of Central Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas||Eclectic||(340) 775-2675|
Oftentimes, the best restaurants in the Virgin Islands are those you find unexpectedly while out visiting attractions and tourist hubs. However, having the names of a couple of dining possibilities on your itinerary, is better than leaving everything to the last minute. To learn even more regarding the culinary options waiting for you, check out this page.
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