If you find yourself in the mood for Mediterranean food, you might find yourself with a chance to satisfy your hunger. Even though you may find your options somewhat limited, there are a couple of locations in the Virgin Islands serving this kind of food.
With lots to tempt your palate, from the fine dining favorite named Grande Cru to the cafes where spirits are as much a part of dinner as the grub, it really is possible to find the dish with just the right elements.
Use the list below to pursue the limited, though enticing, options for Mediterranean places you'll run across as you're out on the town. You can click each restaurant's name to get further details about its hours, locale, and even nearby attractions.
Sangria's Beachside Bistro is on the same premises as Elysian Beach Resort, and is a popular choice for guests who are going to spend some time exploring this neighborhood. If you're wondering, Red Hook is three quarters of a mile (one and a quarter kilometers) to the northwest. Does your whole family love pizza? Even if you're just out for the atmosphere, you may as well make this place a done-deal, as far as your itinerary goes. The focus at Sangria's is offering food that is fast to cook, easy to eat, and tastes good all at the same time. Their solutions include hamburgers, cheese steaks, gyro's and other sandwich like options, as well as a variety of stone oven baked personal pizzas. In addition, their most popular item is probably their sangria, which comes in both red and white.
Alexander's Bella Blu is found in Frenchtown, a neighborhood on St. Thomas; to the west of Charlotte Amalie. Fresh fish and Mediterranean flair get along famously at this informal place. Bella Blu offers a range of dishes that find their flair from Mediterranean spices and unique Austrian flavors. Bella Blue features items on their menu that reflect these two cuisines, including fresh seafood, pastas, and wine representative of the Mediterranean, as well as beer, schnitzel, and grilled meats that bring Austrian cuisine to the US Virgin Islands.
Grande Cru, on the premises of, is located in the southeastern outskirts of Charlotte Amalie. Beautiful seafood and Mediterranean cuisine both describe the best dishes at this exceptional fine dining establishment. Set on the marina, guests love to dine on the wooden deck at night for a lit up view of the water and docked boats. Indoor seating with air conditioning is available as well.
If you're willing to step just outside the box, there are more options from this same flavor palette at restaurants like the following:
|Portobello Ristorante||(340) 777-8800||Italian||Central St. Thomas|
|Pizza Hut Veteran's Drive||(340) 774-2291||Italian||0.6 mi. West-Southwest of Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
|Pie Whole||(340) 642-5074||Italian||0.6 mi. West-Southwest of Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
|Room with a View||(340) 774-2377||Greek||0.5 mi. East of Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
|Tavern On The Waterfront||(340) 776-4328||European||Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
|Pizza Hut Wheatley Center||(340) 774-7975||Italian||1.2 mi. East of Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
|Virgilio's Restaurant||(340) 776-4920||Italian||Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
|(340) 776-7198||German||0.6 mi. West-Southwest of Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
|(340) 714-1313||Italian||Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
|Epernay||(340) 774-5348||French||0.6 mi. West-Southwest of Downtown Charlotte Amalie|
Guests often find that the best restaurants in the Virgin Islands are the ones you decide upon spontaneously during your exploration of different cities. But of course, you'll save yourself some stress if you have a concrete plan for some meals. To read even more about the types of food awaiting you, check out this page.
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