Category: Restaurants

Spyglass Restaurant

Spyglass Restaurant, located on the beautiful islands of St. John U.S Virgin islands,combines Casual Elegance and Outstanding Food with a Breathtaking View.. GARD Pro Not Registered Experience American and Caribbean fusion including excellent vegetarian and vegan options with a waterfront view. Watch the boats sail by during a casual lunch, laze the day away at…

The Lime Inn

The Lime Inn specializes in fresh local seafood such as lobster, snapper, tuna and mahi-mahi, served in a casual open air atmosphere. There is also plenty for the land lovers as well, featuring filet mignon stuffed with your choice of crab meat, Brie Cheese, or Blue Cheese, along with daily specials including chicken and pasta…

Mongoose Junction

This is a page from 1998, where appropriate we have provided links to the stores sill existing.  GARD Pro Not Registered Welcome to Mongoose Junction, a truly unique shopping  complex  located near the National Park Visitor’s Center in Cruz Bay, St. John. Within the beautiful Caribbean architecture of finely crafted stone  walls and exotic woodworking…

Rhumb Lines Restaurant

Located in the heart of Cruz Bay, St. John, USVI. Rhumb Lines Restaurant encompasses the flavors of the Caribbean as well as Pacific Rim cuisines. Owned & operated by long-time St John residents, Rhumb Lines is located on the site of the original restaurant on St John and has been renovated to reflect the comfort…

The Fish Trap Restaurant

Our casual, comfortable, covered patio setting allows you to enjoy the outdoors and cool tropical breezes while you dine, or you can eat in our air-conditioned bar. Enjoy the mahogany wood bar with its hand painted tiles, our unique works of art on the walls and our flat-screen TV showing sports and other specials. GARD…

Morgans Mango Restaurant

Our food covers many Caribbean cuisines – Creole, Bahamian, Cuban, Jamaican, Haitian, Puerto Rican and Mayan. All of these cuisines have been influenced by the original inhabitants of the islands, the Arawak and Carib Indians, as well as the Africans, East Indians and Chinese who arrived later. Add to these the foods of the Spanish,…