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Your pick for a nice dinner for two on St. John? #30144
11/17/2014 11:32 PM
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TIA

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Re: Your pick for a nice dinner for two on St. John? [Re: RickBlaine] #30145
11/18/2014 04:18 AM
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http://www.stjohn-caferoma.com

Re: Your pick for a nice dinner for two on St. John? [Re: NCSailor] #30146
11/18/2014 08:18 AM
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Re: Your pick for a nice dinner for two on St. John? [Re: susannj] #30147
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Da Livio in Cruz Bay. Excellent home made pasta. Ingredients are imported from Italy.

Re: Your pick for a nice dinner for two on St. John? [Re: rfrimmel] #30148
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These are great, thank you.

Re: Your pick for a nice dinner for two on St. John? [Re: RickBlaine] #30149
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When I think "nice" on STJ, I want a nice view along with great food.

I think Zozo's new location at Caneel is stunning. The renovations are fantastic and our meal there was very good. I admit to being "off" on Zozo's after eating there trip after trip after trip but my most recent visit puts it on the top of my list again.

In my opinion, La Tapa has been consistently great.

I like the location of Waterfront Bistro but the menu is a little too mainland for me. Other may love the menu.

Asolare has been getting better reviews.

We like Motu for pre- and post-dinner drinks.

Re: Your pick for a nice dinner for two on St. John? [Re: RickBlaine] #30150
11/18/2014 01:32 PM
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Ha! Had to look that one up because my first thought was "I hope transient ischemic attack isn't your goal!"

La Tapa and Morgan's Mango are my current favorites. Zozo's is good but $$$.


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Re: Your pick for a nice dinner for two on St. John? [Re: Nutmeg] #30151
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Re: Your pick for a nice dinner for two on St. John? [Re: Carol_Hill] #30152
11/18/2014 06:33 PM
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We enjoy Sweet Plantains in Coral Bay and Lime Inn in Cruz Bay <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/dine.gif" alt="" />

Re: Your pick for a nice dinner for two on St. John? [Re: BEERMAN] #30153
11/18/2014 07:42 PM
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Zozo's or Asolare for the best views, food & overall experience.

Re: Your pick for a nice dinner for two on St. John? [Re: cbinparadise] #30154
11/18/2014 08:59 PM
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In Cruz Bay we hit these in October: La Tapa is consistently great. Rhumblines is consistently great service and good food. Cruz Bay Landing is a very good new player that is a bit more casual than La Tapa and Rhumblines. Fatty Crab is back on its game with its food, service is better at the table than at the bar.

In Coral Bay Shipwreck Landing is a favorite and Aqua Bistro is good. Sweet Plantains open late in season.

Cheers, RickG


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