St. Thomas Restaurants

Restaurants are spread all over the island, although fewer are found in the west and northwest sections. Most restaurants out of town are easily accessible by taxi and have ample parking. If you dine in Charlotte Amalie, take a taxi. Parking close to restaurants can be difficult to find, and walking around after dark isn't advisable for safety reasons.

Dining on St. Thomas is informal. Few restaurants require a jacket and tie. Still, at dinner in the snazzier places shorts and T-shirts are inappropriate; men would do well to wear slacks and a shirt with buttons. Dress codes on St. Thomas rarely require women to wear skirts, but you can never go wrong with something flowing.

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  • 1. Gladys' Cafe

    $$ | Caribbean

    Even if the local specialties—conch in butter sauce, jerk pork, panfried yellowtail snapper—didn't make this a recommended café, it would be...Read More

  • 2. Jen's Island Café and Deli

    $$ | American

    This hole-in-the-wall eatery is the closest thing you can find to a New York–style Jewish deli. Choose the smoked salmon platter for breakfast...Read More

  • 3. Molly Molones

    $$$ | Irish

    This dockside eatery has a devoted following among local boaters, who swear by the traditional American and Irish fare. Opt for eggs Benedict...Read More

  • 4. Tickles Dockside Pub

    $$ | American

    Nautical types as well as the local working crowd come here for casual fare with homey appeal: chicken-fried steak, meat loaf with mashed potatoes...Read More

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