British Virgin Islands

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American
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Mediterranean
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Caribbean
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A songwriter and entertainer, Foxy is part of the draw. He creates impromptu calypso -- almost in the Jamaican tradition -- around his guests. — Frommer's
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European
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Dining amid the candlelight of Brandywine Bay feels at once intimate and open. — Concierge
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Caribbean
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The place for a taste of the yachting/bareboat scene—or the essential stop if you're in said scene. — Concierge
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American
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With some of the best food on the island, a truly warm and friendly staff, and views to kill for, this is a winner high above the North Shore on Windy Hill. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
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The Food Network's Alton Brown sought out this beachfront eatery and featured its stewed conch on a 2008 flavor-finding trip. — Fodor's
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Caribbean
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Seafood
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Set in an old West Indian cottage in Road Town, the Dove has its elegant, ambitious way with haute cuisine, with an eye to seasonality and exceptional ingredients. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
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Expat American Rose Jiacinto's bistro is secreted in a quaint brightly painted gingerbread building. — Concierge
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Italian
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Caribbean
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The restaurant's reputation for dishing up fantastic roti is known far and wide. — Fodor's
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American
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This restaurant near Copper Mine Point serves simple, well-prepared food. — Fodor's
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American
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This breakfast and lunch restaurant is one of the best in the Baths area. — Frommer's
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American
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The wide veranda and the brightly painted 19th-century wooden timbers and clapboards create a cozy and convivial drink-and-sandwich bar. The piña coladas are absolutely divine. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
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Yes, this is Tortola’s original Pusser’s, standing proudly on the waterfront across from the ferry dock in Road Town. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
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It's well worth the winding hilly drive or sometimes rough sail to get to Taboo, where there's a sophisticated menu and friendly staff with a welcoming attitude. — Fodor's
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American
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Caribbean
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Fashioned from unvarnished beams and planks, this restaurant near the edge of the harbor, adjacent to the Customs house, has a breezy veranda right next to the Customs House — Frommer's
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