St. John Information

NPS page for the VI National Park

Friends of the VINP

Ferry Schedules and Information

St. John Tradewinds News

Coral Bay Restaurants

AquaBistro: A large menu with many delicious choices. Beautiful views of Coral Harbor. A local's favorite for happy hour.

Shipwreck Landing: Another local favorite. They sell their own spice blends.

Skinny Legs Bar & Grill: A trip to Coral Bay would not be complete without a stop at Skinny's.

The Tourist Trap: Located close to Salt Pond Bay, it's a great place for lunch.

Cafe Concordia: Concordia resort's own restaurant. Gorgeous views of Ram Head

Miss Lucy's: Hosting full moon parties monthly. Delicious West Indian food.

Sweet Plantains: A very romantic, upscale restaurant.

Oasis: A fun and casual Coral Bay hangout. An amazing value & good food! You'll find plenty of locals here!

Pickles in Paradise: One of our favorites! Fantastic sandwiches, and a great breakfast menu. Pickles also features guest chefs throughout the week for dinners. The open-mic music night should not be missed!

Chateau Bordeaux: Located on Bordeaux Mtn. Just off Centerline road.

Angel's Rest: Doesn't sell food, but worthy of a mention. It's St. John's floating bar! Find Peter with Angel's Rest in Hansen Bay, or Haulover Bay, or any number of bays. You can't miss it - it's a big yellow floating thing, and an experience you'll only get here in Coral Bay!

Cruz Bay Restaurants

The Lime Inn: Owned by Rich and Chris for over 25 years, this is our favorite restaurant in Cruz Bay. Their menu is brilliant, and happy hour at the bar is definitely a fun time!

The Beach Bar: In Warfside Village. Live music nightly. It's a busy bar and popular with both locals and tourists.

Morgan's Mango: They have a local lobster night that is very popular with tourists.

Cafe Roma: Excellent Italian food!

High Tide Bar & Grill: A fun bar right in Warfside Village.

Waterfront Bistro: A very nice upscale restaurant in Warfside Village

Oceans 362: Located at Gallows Point Resort

La Tapa: One of our favorites.The wine selection is good, and the food is some of the very best on St. John. It's a popular place, so reservations are a good idea.

Rhumb Lines: Pacific Rim and tropical cuisine.

Zozo's: If you are looking for a special evening, this restaurant will not disappoint. Top-notch service and amazing food. Located in the sugar mill ruins on the Caneel Bay property. Parking is valet, and free when dining there.

Woody's Seafood Saloon: You can't go wrong with Woody's $1 happy hour specials.

Virgin Fire: Located in Mongoose junction

Sun Dog Cafe: A casual outdoor cafe in Mongoose junction.

Castaways: A very popular late-nite spot for locals.

Ocean Grill: A very nice upscale restaurant in Mongoose junction.

The Fish Trap: Good place for local fish. They also have a market that sells fresh-caught fish.



Crabby's Water Sports: Snorkel gear rentals, sea kayak rentals, activity bookings, sunblock, beach gear and more.

Blue Mystic Charters: A gorgeous and luxurious 43' Chris Craft power boat for charters in the US and British VI. Captain Ted is wonderful. Best powerboat  charter around!

Blue Ocean Booking: A comprehensive, independent activity concierge service.

St. John Charter: St. John Charter Boats: Charter Trips, Day Trips, Day Sails in the USVI and BVI

Busy Bee Charters :A 26′ power catamaran that's great for trips to the BVI and around St. John

Low Key Dive Center: St. John's best dive center. Offering instruction, trips and merchandise

Calypso & Bad Kitty Charters: Popular for BVI boat trips

Ocean Runner: Power boat rentals

Villa Rentals & Resorts

Louisenhoj in Coral Bay

Into the Mystic in Coral Bay

Windspree Vacation Homes

Great Expectations Villa Rentals

Fair Winds Cottages

Calabash Cottages

Gallows Point Resort


The Jolly Dog: Located right next to Skinny's


Coral Bay business site: Information about things to do in Coral Bay.

Connections: Locations in Cruz Bay and near Skinny's. Mail center with computer stations. Also a place to book activities and find island information.

On Island Times

My Virgin Islands guide

Friends of the Virgin Islands National Park

Photograhy by William Stelzer

Photography by Steve Simonsen