The St. Thomas Restaurant Guide: Where to Eat for Free
Rent any villa in St. Thomas and receive $200 in complimentary restaurant credit to use at participating restaurants across the island! We've singled out a few of our top picks below.2015-12-28
For a limited time, when you rent any villa in St. Thomas, you’ll receive $200 in complimentary restaurant credit to use at participating restaurants across the island and a complimentary car rental.
The USVI’s most populated island, St. Thomas is a culinary mecca – you’ll find everything from low-key seafood joints to upscale French restaurants. To help you decide where to use your complimentary dining credit, we’ve singled out a few of our top picks below.
Hook, Line & Sinker, Frenchtown
Hook Line & Sinker has been serving up fresh seafood, burgers, and pasta dishes since 1989, drawing a crowd of locals and visitors who appreciate the casual waterfront atmosphere and attentive, friendly staff. Crowd favorites include the almond crusted yellowtail and Caribbean stuffed lobster.
Before/After Your Flight
Atlantic Seafood & Internet Café, Cyril E. King Airport Entrance
Get to the airport early so you can grab one last bite at this delicious open-air eatery, located just a two-minute walk from the airport. Atlantic Seafood’s menu includes Caribbean classics like jerk chicken and fresh fish as well as more adventurous dishes like goat and stewed oxtail.
Iggies Beach Bar & Grill, Bolongo Bay Beach
Iggies’ gorgeous beachside location and laid-back atmosphere make it a perfect spot for dinner, drinks, or late-night relaxing. Iggies also provides live entertainment 365 days a year, whether it’s a “Bands in the Sand” concert, karaoke, or their infamous Wednesday Carnival Night. Their famous Voodoo Juice and all-you-can-eat snow crab are must-tries.
Room with a View, Bluebeard’s Castle
With an in incredible view of downtown Charlotte Amalie, impeccable service, and a fantastic menu – including an impressive wine list – Room with a View has become one of St. Thomas’s top restaurants for a romantic evening out. The lobster and filet mignon combo comes highly recommended, as do their homemade desserts – especially the flourless chocolate cake, coconut flan, and crème brûlée.
Amigos Dockside Cantina, Red Hook
For a casual lunch or dinner with the entire family in tow, head to Amigos, where you can dine on generous portions of kid-friendly Mexican fare with a beautiful view of the harbor below. Head over during the daily Happy Hour for specials on margaritas and fish tacos. Other standouts include their house-made salsa, sizzling steak fajitas, and shrimp gazpacho.
When it comes to the best sushi on the island, you have two great options: Beni Iguana’s Sushi Bar in Charlotte Amalie or Buddha’s Sushi in Frydenhoj, on the east side of the island. Beni Iguana’s is known for its large fish portions, mussels, and famous Iguana Sauce, a condiment that customers love to use on everything from salads to rolls. Buddha’s Sushi is a bit off the beaten track, but patrons insist that their inventive menu in well worth seeking out – the unique “Smooth Criminal” roll comes highly recommended.
XO Bistro, Red Hook Plaza
XO Bistro's intimate atmosphere, superb bartenders, and phenomenal food have elevated it to the status of all-around island favorite. Make reservations for dinner, so you can try their famed “shrimp scargot” (shrimp cooked in white wine, garlic and butter with goat cheese melted on top) and take advantage of their excellent wine list. Bon appétit!