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Pesce Italian Restaurant — A Fine Dining Favorite

Pesce Italian Restaurant — A Fine Dining Favorite

In Italian, the word “pesce” means “fish.” However it sounds when spoken, that lilting language fails to translate all the exquisite taste sensations awaiting you at Pesce Fine Dining Italian Restaurant. “Fresh seafood, homemade pasta, local ingredients” is the...

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THE “DINING OUT” CROWD IS HOOKED ON HOOK’D

THE “DINING OUT” CROWD IS HOOKED ON HOOK’D

In December 2020, Hook’d restaurant opened in Red Hook at the former Molly Molones. The transformation from dark wood to light, sparkling ambience is remarkable and inviting. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Hook’d has inside booths, large friendly bar, and umbrella-topped tables overlooking the marina.

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Northside Grind Carries Locally Made Cake Pops

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.  

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Yesterday – And Today – At American Yacht Harbor

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. 

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Happy 30th Anniversary To Mim’s Seaside Bistro

Happy 30th Anniversary To Mim’s Seaside Bistro

A Flamboyan favorite, Mim’s Seaside Bistro is a sparkling gem of a restaurant offering American cuisine with special emphasis on seafood. June 15, 2022 marked the 30th anniversary of the popular enterprise. What an impressive achievement!

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Enjoy Splashes of Spanish Flair at Amalia CAFE

Enjoy Splashes of Spanish Flair at Amalia CAFE

Hanging outside Amalia Café in Palm Passage, a small sign resembling a family crest reads: “Meson Amalia.” In Spanish, “Meson” translates to a small restaurant, café or tavern offering drinks and meals in a welcoming atmosphere. How perfect!

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A FOOD TRUCK BY THE SEA — ABSOLUTELY PLANT-TASTIC! 

A FOOD TRUCK BY THE SEA — ABSOLUTELY PLANT-TASTIC! 

Decades before food trucks became a serious trend on Mainland, USA, the creative culinary enterprises were a common sight all through St. Thomas. To this day, everything from beef and salt fish pâté to classic barbecue ribs and chicken is available for pick-up at strategically-positioned vehicles. But one truck stands in a category all its own — PlantTastic.

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