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The indoor dining is closed at Blue Water Terrace, and all the other restaurants in the territory, but many are ready to serve you take out food during the novel coronavirus pandemic. (Photo from Blue Water Terrace website)

List: V.I. Restaurants Offer To-Go Service During Pandemic

Although you can no longer dine inside restaurants, due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, many of them are still accepting takeout orders.
Proprietor Patricia LaCorte expresses delight with Oceana’s spacious open concept kitchen. (Photo provided by Oceana Restaurant and Bistro)

Double Dining Pleasures Coming Soon to Oceana Restaurant and Bistro

The recent opening of Oceana Restaurant and Bistro reflects a sign of post-hurricane revitalization lighting up Frenchtown’s dining out skyline. At the end of November, the two-year project will culminate with the reopening of Oceana at its original seaside location.
Proprietors Brandon Lutzy and Brian Cox man the bar at their new eatery, Whiskey Business. (Source photo by Teddi Davis)

Whiskey Business Brings New Tastes to Tillett Gardens

Nestled in the heart of Tillett Gardens’ art community, Whiskey Business Bar and Grill is the latest addition to the territory’s list of themed gathering spots. The new eatery boasts the first-of-its-kind whiskey bar on St. Thomas.

Gladys’ Cafe Rises from the Ashes After Devastating Fire

Since the 1990s, Gladys’ Café in downtown Charlotte Amalie has maintained a reputation for serving fresh local cuisine tastefully blended with island hospitality.

St. John’s Restaurant Scene Shifts as Hurricane Season Peaks

Summertime always brings changes to the restaurant scene on St. John as tourism slows down, chefs and waitstaff take their well-deserved breaks, and some restaurant owners, seeking a change, decide to close their doors for good.

Salt Restaurant Adds A New Taste to St. Croix’s South Shore

Salt Great Pond Restaurant brought new life to St. Croix's south shore when it opened in March. Renovations and a twist of the menu gave lovers of the former South Shore Cafe a reason to make the trek to Estate Petronella overlooking the beautiful Great Salt Pond.





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