Whether you reside on the Northside of St. Thomas or are a guest at Flamboyan On The Bay Resort & Villas, The New Mandahl Market is proud to be your nearby neighborhood convenience store.
From Flamboyan Resort, the New Mandahl Market is just a 1.4 mile car ride, door-to-door. A left turn onto Route 42 and right on Route 39 gets you there in a couple quick minutes.
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As the name implies, new ownership has brought with it a complete rebuild and redesign of the welcoming, fully air-conditioned facility.
When you step inside the sparkling clean mini-mart, be sure to grab a handy shopping basket.
Whether you are stopping in for frosty cold “on-the-road” refreshments or stocking your fridge and kitchenette for a vacation stay, Mandahl Market is ready to serve you.
For wine lovers, Mandahl Market has a terrific selection of red and wine favorites — as well as bubbly. Popular brands of domestic and imported beer are available individually, by the pack, or case.
When it comes to snacks and groceries, Mandahl Market has you covered with everything from chips and dip, to ice cream, brand-name canned goods, and packaged foods.
Also on display are health and beauty essentials, cleaning supplies, frozen foods, dairy products, and juices.
The friendly staff and management have fresh coffee brewing and you’ll find an on-premise ATM machine available, too.
Over-the-counter medications and cigarettes are at the front counter, as well.
Mandahl Market is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and major credit cards are accepted.
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A BIT ABOUT
“DON’T STOP THE CARNIVAL”
A 1965 novel by famed American writer Herman Wouk (1915-2019), the main character, Norman Paperman, a New York City press agent, leaves the “rat-race” to reinvent himself as a Caribbean innkeeper. Legend has it Wouk based the story on his experiences managing Royal Mail Inn on Hassel Island in Charlotte Amalie Harbor.
However, hoteliers from that era insist the book was a compilation of events that took place at Sugar Bird Hotel on Water Island, The Island Beachcomber at Lindberg Bay and other establishments frequented by Wouk. The late author owned a home on Skyline Drive, St. Thomas.