U.S. Virgin Islands

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Gladys' Cafe
9
$$
Caribbean
3 reviews
Even if the local specialties—conch in butter sauce, jerk pork, pan-fried yellowtail snapper—didn't make this a recommended café, it would be worth coming for Gladys's smile. — Fodor's
Old Stone Farmhouse
8
$$$
Steakhouse
2 reviews
Set in the centuries-old field house of a restored Danish sugar plantation, the newly revitalized Old Stone Farmhouse is a special-occasion treat. — Frommer's
Amalia Cafe
8
$$
Mediterranean
2 reviews
A great place to take a break and get a bite while shopping, this open-air café tucked into the alleyway of Palm Passage is owned by Antiguan-born Randolph Maynard and his German wife Helga — Fodor's
RumRunners
8
$$
American
2 reviews
The view is as stellar as the food at this highly popular local standby — Fodor's
Jen's Island Cafe and Deli
8
$$
American
2 reviews
This hole-in-the-wall eatery is the closest thing you can find to a New York–style Jewish deli — Fodor's
Oceana Restaurant & Bistro
8
$$$
Seafood
3 reviews
This open waterfront space keeps its stylish diners happy with pan-seared rainbow trout in a lemon caper-brown-butter sauce, and lobster, shrimp, mussels, and clams in a tomato-fennel broth — Travel + Leisure
Miss Lucy's
8
$$
American
2 reviews
If you’re here for lunch or dinner, traditional conch fritters or callaloo soup are the starters to try followed by excellent grilled mahi. — Frommer's
Morgan's Mango Restaurant
8
$$
Caribbean
2 reviews
Morgan’s gets a lot of love for its gourmet Caribbean food as well, covering a broad range of island styles. That might include Anegada lobster and crab cakes. — Frommer's
Savant
8
$$$
American
2 reviews
Savant is one of those small but special spots that locals love. — Fodor's
Polly's at the Pier
8
$$
Cafe
2 reviews
It has a rotating art gallery. It even has the original Polly, an English bulldog for whom the shop is named, stopping in on occasion for photo ops. — Frommer's
Mafolie Restaurant
8
$$$
American
2 reviews
This is one of the island’s top restaurants—and you get your money’s worth, from the terrific island fare to the breathtaking views of the Charlotte Amalie harbor below from the open-air dining room. — Frommer's
Virgilio's
8
$$
Italian
2 reviews
The best Italian restaurants on island, Virgilio’s serves up Sicilian classics and homemade pastas and risottos, including a hearty “Lasagna de Maria,” from a Virgilio family recipe. — Frommer's
Hook, Line & Sinker
8
$$
Caribbean
2 reviews
Anchored on the breezy Frenchtown waterfront and close to the pastel-painted boats of the local fishing fleet, this harbor-view eatery serves high-quality fish dishes. — Fodor's
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