The latest news in dining on St. Thomas is the newly opened Surf N’ Turf Bistro — and Flamboyan On The Bay is pleased to give the restaurant a five-star toast to continued success. This charming downtown eatery is unique in every way.
Northside Grind Carries Locally Made Cake Pops
K and E Cake Pops are visually festive and fun to eat on-the-go or at parties — no plates or forks needed. The new business has a fascinating behind-the-scenes story, too. The baked goods are made by two savvy 11-year-old girls who own and operate the business.
Yesterday – And Today – At American Yacht Harbor
A stylish sign high above American Yacht Harbor on the East End of St. Thomas reads, “Eat Shop Play Fish.” As is the case with many tropical destinations, AYH has a colorful past. In the late 1950s, a lone dirt road was the only way to reach the area by land.
Mongoose Junction, A St. John Shopping “Must”
So much more than a shopping center in the tropics, when it comes to everything from shopping, browsing and dining — to discovering unique art galleries in a storied setting — Mongoose Junction in Cruz Bay is an absolute “must see” on St. John.
HAVENSIGHT MALL TRULY “HAS IT ALL”
Once upon a time, the Havensight area of St. Thomas was a world of warehouses. By the 1970s, the utilitarian structures began transforming into appealing retail stores and restaurants. Eventually, Havensight Mall was attracting everyone from cruise ship passengers to hotel guests, and plenty of island residents, too.
Life Is Grand at Yacht Haven Grande
A premier Caribbean marina facility for both motor yachts and sailing vessels, Yacht Haven Grande is four-time winner of the prestigious “Superyacht Marina of the Year.” This attractive seaside complex also is a charming place to shop, dine, or enjoy a relaxing stroll.
Enjoy New Orleans Flair at French Quarter Bistro
A longtime favorite of Flamboyan Resort guests is French Quarter Bistro. A popular spot for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch located in Frenchtown.
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