For those of you that believe variety is the spice of life, you can find many different kinds of cuisine on St. Croix – American fare, Caribbean, Latin and European foods and more. If you like fresh seafood, we recommend you try the locally caught spiny lobster, wahoo or mahi mahi (also called dolphin fish). If you like a little adventure with your food and spirits, try attending a farm to table dinner and plan to visit St. Croix in April during the St. Croix Food & Wine Experience, a weeklong celebration. Good food and drinks make for a great experience. Bringing you restaurant suggestions, great meals we’ve enjoyed, and island inspired recipes straight from the St. Croix food scene.
Beach Side Cafe, located at Sand Castle on the Beach Hotel in Frederiksted, is a world class restaurant offering lunch, tapas, dinner and Sunday Brunch. When you first arrive, you will immediately » read more »
My husband, away for two weeks, has left me with 7 coconuts waiting to be cut open with our newly sharpened machete. It is a sight that fills me with pride and » read more »
What more could you want than a delicious lunch with a view?A delicious lunch – served on homemade bread – with a view!Turtle’s Deli is the definition of laid-back island style. Turtles » read more »
Since the early 17th century, St. Croix has been making use of its natural resources locally as well as exporting them worldwide. A fine example of this is the refining of sugar » read more »
VISFI (aka Creque Dam Farm/Ridge to Reef), Top 10 finisher in the National Geographic Society’s Geotourism Challenge, hosted a Fizzy February workshop by special guest Sandor Katz, a fermentation fiend and author » read more »
When I arrived at Ridge to Reef Farm at VISFI (Virgin Island Sustainable Farm Institute) for my first Slow Down Dinner experience, staff member Patrick told us to expect great food, fun, » read more »