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Northside Grind Offers Drive-Up and Pick-Up – With a Smile

owners of the Northside grind deliver take-out to a customer

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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.

April, 2020

When it comes to making the best of a difficult situation, the upbeat team at Northside Grind is meeting the challenge.

With so many daily routines disrupted due to coronavirus, proprietors Trish and Tom Dahl devised a clever system that allows them to continue providing tasty foods and beverages served by friendly faces.

By calling ahead with your orders, everything from morning coffee and latte drinks to breakfast sandwiches, smoothies, baked goods — and so much more — are still available.

Drive right up to the gate at the pre-arranged time. Your order will be handed directly to you. No need to get out of your vehicle.

Remember, Northside Grind carries a full range of convenience items, basic grocery needs, juices, sodas, beer, wine, liquor and cold beverages as well as freshly made wraps and hoagies, deli salads, sliced meats and cheeses, grab ’n go hot sandwiches and burritos.

In addition to by-the-cup coffee, you have a choice of Messenger brand — or signature Northside Grind label — in 12-ounce and five-pound bags. Flavors include Colombian, Decaf, and Espresso.

Northside Grind is located at
Flamboyan on the Bay Resort & Villas.

Current hours are 8 a.m. to 2 p.m..

For more information, follow them on Facebook
or call 340-642-2421.

Right: Northside Grind offers a full deli counter, coffees, and a range of convenience items.

Top of Page: Proprietors Tom and Trish Dahl deliver take-out to a Northside Grind customer as barista Jordan Kerrigan displays a handmade sign.

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