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MOE’S FRESH MARKET OPENS FOURTH ISLAND LOCATION

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Whether you’re in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands as a visitor, a local — or always in spirit — Coconut Post keeps you posted on fun-filled news ’n views. Published monthly by Flamboyan On The Bay Resort & Villas, we’re focused on sharing our people, places, and fun things happening in paradise.

September, 2023

In 2014, Moe’s Fresh Market in Red Hook opened its doors to rave reviews. Residents and visitors alike were instantly taken with the individualized customer service and an impressive selection of quality goods.

Notably, as they entered, shoppers were surprised and delighted by the signature greeting, “Welcome to Moe’s.” Almost overnight, Moe’s became known for its fresh fruits and vegetables, quality meats, baked goods, fully-stocked deli and impressive selections of wine.

Now, nearly a decade later, that same friendly attitude remains at the family-owned operation. Best of all, shoppers have a choice of being personally greeted at four convenient locations throughout the island.

Above: The all-new Moe’s Fresh Market is located up the driveway to Northside Galleria on Route 33. Click HERE to find on Google Maps.

Top of the page: Grab-and-go cold drinks are displayed across from the checkout counter at Moe’s Fresh Market on the Northside

Above: Moe’s Fresh Market in Northside Galleria boasts tempting displays of luscious fruits and vegetables.

Above: Each Moe’s Fresh Market is known for its terrific selection of wine and spirits — and the new Northside location is no exception.

Above: Count on the deli department at Moe’s Fresh Market for custom sliced meats and cheeses.

In 2018, Moe’s expanded to downtown Charlotte Amalie on the waterfront. In 2020, Moe’s celebrated a third location in the Yacht Haven Grande complex. Just recently, Moe’s unveiled its fourth uniquely inviting enterprise on the Northside of St. Thomas.

Situated in the Dorothea area at Northside Galleria on Route 33, Moe’s Northside features the same quality and satisfaction found in every Moe’s Fresh Market.

That’s right! In less than a decade, Moe’s has succeeded in expanding to four St. Thomas locales.

Whether you are picking up taste treats to enjoy at the beach or provisioning the pantry for a week-long stay at Flamboyan Resort, Moe’s is ready to serve you with a smile.

Count on finding a great selection of organic items, premium butcher-shop quality Black Angus meats, imported cheeses, gluten-free products, restaurant-quality prepared foods, freshly ground coffee, and more.

Moe’s Fresh Market helps to support our island economy by sourcing products from local farmers and fishermen. The visionary business also recognizes the importance of ‘going green’ by investing in renewable energy technologies to support a sustainable future in the tropics.

All four Moe’s Fresh Markets are at your service seven days a week.         


Moe’s Fresh Market on the Northside is open until 8 p.m. nightly.

For more information, follow on Facebook or call 340-693-0121 or 340-690-3108.


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