Aerial shot of North Shore Road beaches in St. John, US Virgin Islands
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How do you know when the season’s getting started on St. John? The food, for one.
Chickpea and pumpkin roti at Cruz Bay Landing.
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Thanks to newsofstjohn.com here is the rundown of the restaurants that are staying open and those that are closing for the season:
420 to Center: Staying Open
Across the Street Bar: Closing briefly. Dates TBD.
Aqua Bistro: Staying open
Asolare: May close for a few days; TBD
Baked in the Sun: Staying Open
Banana Deck: No info.
Barefoot Cowboy Lounge: Staying Open
Beach Bar: Closing for a week. Dates TBD
Cafe Concordia: Closed for the month of September
Cafe Livin’: Closed permanently.
Cafe Roma: Closing September 6; Reopening the first week of October
Caneel Bay Resort (including restaurants): Closing August 26; Reopening November 1
Castaway’s Tavern: Now Dog House Pub – Dog House is staying open
Château Bordeaux: No info.
Chester’s: Staying Open
Coral Bay Caribbean Oasis: Closed; Reopening September 1
Cruz Bay Landing: Staying Open
da Livio’s: No info
De’ Coal Pot: Staying Open
DR!NK: Closing August 15 – Drink the bar dry party scheduled for August 14
Driftwood Dave’s: Staying Open
Etta’s West Indian Cuisine: Staying Open
Fatty Crab: Closed permanently
Food Truck across from gravel lot: Closed; Reopening in September
High Tide: Staying Open
Indigo Grill: Staying Open
Jake’s: Staying Open
Joe’s Rum Hut: Closing September 8; Reopening October 1
La Tapa: Closing this Saturday; Reopening the first week of November
Lemongrass at the Westin: Staying Open
Lime Inn: Closing August 22; Front bar reopens September 27; Full restaurant reopens November 1
Little Olive: Closed; Reopening in September
Margarita Phil’s: Closing end of August; Reopening either late September or mid-October
Miss Lucy’s: Closed; Reopening in NOvember
Morgan’s Mango: Closed temporarily due to fire
Motu Bar: Closed permanently; Now DR!NK
North Shore Deli: May close for one week; TBD
Ocean 362: Closed; Reopening September 22
Ocean Grill: Last day is August 30; Reopening September 23
P & P’s: No info
Pickles: Staying Open
Quiet Mon: Closing August 26th; Reopening around September 21st
Rhumb Lines: Closing September 15 through October 21
Ronnie’s Pizza: Closed: Reopening September 15
Sam and Jack’s Deli: Staying open; Will be closed on Sundays only during September & October
Shipwreck Landing: Closing at the end of August; Reopening the first week of November
Skinny Legs: Closing August 16; Reopening October 4
Sogo’s: No info
St. John Scoops: Staying Open
Sun Dog Cafe: Staying Open
T’ree Lizards Restaurant (Cinnamon Bay Campground): Closed September & October
Tamarind Inn: May close for a few days during the first week of September; TBD
The (New) Tap Room: Staying Open
The Fish Trap: Closed; Reopening September 15
The Longboard: Staying open
The Terrace: Closed; Reopening in September
Tourist Trap: Closing either later this week or next week; Reopening around October 1
Uncle Joe’s: Staying Open
Vie’s Snack Shack: Closed for September & October
Virgin Fire: Closing September 8; Reopening October 1.
Vista Mare: Closing October 8. Reopening date TBD.
Waterfront Bistro: Closing September 8 through October 8
West Indies Delight: Staying Open
Woody’s: Closing briefly. Dates TBD
Zozo’s Ristorante: Closing August 26; Reopening November 1