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Northside Grind Showcases Flavors of Fall

View of the new sign at Northside Grind at Flamboyan on the Bay St. Thomas, USVI

Written by Coconut Post

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.

October, 2021

Autumn in the islands offers the best of both worlds. Seasonal taste treats are yours to enjoy at many establishments while tropical temperatures remain in the low to mid-80s. In other words, there’s no chance of having to deal with “frost on the pumpkin” — but you still get to taste the flavors of fall.

At Flamboyan Resort’s Northside Grind coffee shop, cold brew has become wildly popular with island residents and visitors. Proprietors Tom and Trish Dahl recently created a very special seasonal cold brew with oat milk, maple syrup, and pumpkin sweet cream — topped with cold foam and cinnamon (below left). Delicious!

No matter what the time of year, frosty cold beer is always a favorite refreshment in the Caribbean and Northside Grind is right on cue with premium quality non-alcoholic beer from Athletic Brewing Company.

According to materials provided by the company, “Athletic Brewing is pioneering a craft beer revolution. We promise to use high-quality, all-natural ingredients to create great-tasting brews for our beer-loving family. We strive to create brews suitable for everyone and every occasion. No matter your motivation, if you want to keep a clear head and drink healthier, we’re here for you.”

At Northside Grind, Athletic Brewing selections include “Upside Dawn” Golden Ale and “Free Wave” Hazy IPA.

As always, Northside Grind is headquarters for breakfast and lunch specialties, smoothies and smoothie bowls, snacks, fresh baked goods, and more.

Below left: All during October, you can enjoy seasonal cold brew creations at Northside Grind.

Below right: Northside Grind carries a variety of refreshments including non-alcoholic craft beer from Athletic Brewing Company.

iced cappucino from northside grind
non alcoholic brew from athletic brewing company

Northside Grind coffee shop is located on the
lush grounds at Flamboyan Resort.

Hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. seven days a week
and most major credit cards are accepted.

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


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