Where To Eat
Casual and comfortable is the island standard. Christiansted features restaurants with classic waterfront dining, where you can enjoy meals at wrought iron tables on cobblestone sidewalks or hidden in secret courtyards. Walk through the town and find eclectic restaurants with a variety of culinary styles of various budgets. Crucian casual means to wear cover ups and shorts, so come as you are. Find Crucian elegant dining that is out of this world. Fresh fish, Caribbean flair, spices; fine dining that is delicious and upscale. Dress up, Crucian Elegant style. Buy a new dress, linen pants and a tropical shirt. Take your time enjoying the atmosphere of St Croix hot spots. Plus you can choose the mood, beachside, breezy, uptown or courtyard. Our restaurant recommendation...eat every meal out, it’s great fresh food and an excellent way to meet people.
Along the Christiansted Boardwalk enjoy the harbor views and activities offered at the waterfront restaurants. All are open all day, late into the night, cooled by the Caribbean Sea breeze.
Vegetarian and glutten free lunch and dinner served upstairs on Queen Cross Street.
Espresso bar and casual cafe serving breakfast and lunch with indoor and outdoor covered seating.
Casual indoor and outdoor restaurant on the boardwalk serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Casual indoor and outdoor Mexican restaurant serving lunch and dinner in Gallows Bay.
Casual indoor and outdoor restaurant on the boardwalk serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with an outdoor deck bar.
West is Best, so they say. Come rate your dining experience in Frederiksted. Most restaurants are waterfront, giving you an opportunity to sit and enjoy the sunset!
Do as the locals and try some local delicacies, use the map cause they are off the beaten path, but well worth finding! They feature kingfish, roti, roast goat, or conch, peas and rice and kallaloo and try a local fruit drink like Passionfruit, Tamarind Juice or Maube.
Napoleon's Pizza 340-713-9955 or 719-9955
The east end offers casual beach cafes and resort and fine dining choices.
The north shore and Cane Bay is even more laid back then the rest of the island, if you can imagine. The restaurants near or on the beach allow beachgoers to eat and drink in nothing but their bathing suits or dive gear.