3 places to eat in St. John while on your Caribbean cruise
When you are taking a Caribbean cruise, one of the best parts of the trip is being able to immerse yourself – however temporarily – into the local customs and places of where you are stopping. This is true no matter where you are, or how long you have to spend at each individual area. A great way to spend your time at St. John in the Virgin Islands is grabbing something to eat, as they are known for offering great dining for tourists. Having a nice relaxing lunch before an afternoon of shopping or other activities is a nice way to kick off the trip.
Here are a few places to check out in St. John:
Sam & Jack’s Deli: If you are interested in something that is on the faster side, stopping here is a wonderful option. The sandwiches are renowned around the island, and the bigger portions that they offer will keep you fueled throughout the rest of your afternoon trip!
The Tourist Trap: Despite the apt name, this is a favorite of people who are visiting the island. It is great if you are traveling with children and are looking for something that is relatively inexpensive, as well as offering beautiful views of the surrounding nature.
De’ Coal Pot: This will require some planning ahead and possibly waiting, as they run on reservations. Once you are in, you will be treated to an eclectic mix of all the local foods that the island has to offer, as well as standard food for traveling tourists.
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Linda Brandt joined the team at CruiseExperts.com in November 2011. She has been working with the marketing team in many capacities. Her new role is to pass on the expertise of the agency to help travelers understand the world of cruising through blogging. She studied journalism and writing in college and was a writer for The Campus newspaper for two years at the College of the Sequoias. She is also currently working on her Bachelor’s degree.