While staying in the Virgin Islands, you'll have the privilege of deciding between a great number of places to sit down to a meal. Can't resist vegetarian food during your holiday here? Guests should check out the various establishments where it's always on the menu. In this destination overall, there's a respectable number of restaurants serving this style.
With plenty of variety, from the very casual atmosphere at Coral Bay Caribbean Oasis to the inviting dinner service at The Longboard, there is something to suit each and every guest and all types of budgets.
Before your trip begins, you can scan and read details about the fairly full set of options that specialize in food of the vegetarian variety. On each restaurant's name, click to see more important info about its ambiance, locale, dress code, and more.
Situated in downtown Charlotte Amalie, Natural Livity is at 9A Norre Gade Street. For a great way to wind down while tucking into a decent plate of vegetarian food, take a look at this local option where the setting is casual. <p>Natural Livity offers a variety of vegetarian cuisine like sandwiches, salads, and, veggie burgers. In addition, they also make a selection of fresh juices and smoothies that are sure to be refreshing on a hot day. The staff is especially fond of the Vegan Lasagna.</p>
Located in the heart of downtown Cruz Bay, The Longboard is at 1C Cruz Bay Quarter. Make the trip here to downtown Cruz Bay when you just can't help your cravings for health food. <p>The menu features fresh and healthy options like avocado dishes, baja bowls, gourmet tacos, ahi dishes and ceviches. The menu is designed so that guests can share small plates or snacks before their entree.</p>
Theo's West Indian Thai Infusion is a viable choice for guests exploring this neighborhood or the surrounding area. From the restaurant, Charlotte Amalie is to the east. Beautiful seafood and vegetarian panache are an outstanding combo at this informal restaurant. <p>Chef Theo uses fresh products purchased daily from the local market to create the freshet food possible.</p>
Positioned near the heart of Coral Bay, Coral Bay Caribbean Oasis is at 10-41 Estate Carolina. Do you just have to have chicken during your visit to the Virgin Islands? If so, you might discover that dining here is the one stop that you'll each love for a different reason. <p>The menu at Oasis is simple, yet remains what you would call comfort food. The menu changes daily, but you will always find beef or pork, seafood, a vegetarian offering, and poultry along with a selection of about 20 side dishes.</p>
Room with a View is a part of Bluebeards Castle, and is a logical selection for people thinking about spending some time seeing this part of the city and adjacent areas. Fine dining is definitely their standard, so diners who want to indulge, celebrate, or simply experience vegetarian culinary creations will consider the trip worth it. <p>You should expect no less than exquisite dishes that include fresh seafood and tasty duck, as well as an assortment of chicken and pasta options. Don't forget their specialty wines to go with your dinner, as they are supposed to have some of the best on the island.</p>
|Coral Bay Caribbean Oasis||0.2 mi. South of Central Coral Bay||St. John||Caribbean, Soul Food, Vegetarian||(340) 774-1030|
|Natural Livity||Downtown Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas||Vegetarian||(340) 244-4159|
|Room with a View||0.2 mi. East of Central Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas||Greek, International, Vegetarian||(340) 774-2377|
|0.9 mi. West of Central Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas||Caribbean, Vegan, Vegetarian||(340) 775-2650|
|The Longboard||Downtown Cruz Bay||St. John||American, Caribbean, Vegetarian||(340) 715-2201|
|Theo's West Indian Thai Infusion||0.9 mi. West of Central Charlotte Amalie||St. Thomas||Indian, Thai, Vegan, Vegetarian||(340) 779-8436|
|The vicinity of St. Thomas and St. John||None||Vegetarian||(340) 773-4772|
Looking for even more of these flavors? Then set aside another meal or two to try signature dishes like the health food at.
Oftentimes, the best foods in the Virgin Islands are the ones that you find suddenly while walking around during the day. That being said, it doesn't hurt to make a list of specific places to try. To learn more information regarding the dining options available to you, check out this page.
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