St John restaurants ready for new season

The Inquiring Iguana hears:

  • That Walter Hinds is planning a few new dishes and deals at his self-named restaurant, located across from the Winston Wells ball field in Cruz Bay.  Among the new offerings will be an early prix fixe dinner.
  • Coral Bay’s Loreli Monsanto is going into the restaurant business.  Known best as the spark plug for the St. John Unity Day Group , which is Sportsbarfighting new real estate valuations, she’s planning to re-open Chateau Bordeaux.  Monsanto is said to be on the look out for a stellar chef to return the restaurant to its former gourmet glory.
  •  Wharfside's sports bar, on the second floor, is advertised for sale on CraigsList.  (Pictured at the right.) Asking price: $225,000.  More info at http://caribbean.craigslist.org/bfs/1400506024.html

3 thoughts on “St John restaurants ready for new season”

  1. Chateau Bordeaux needs Chef Ted Robinson! He has the talent and the reputation to get me back up the mountain! I hate that drive at night. But if Chef T is there whipping up his famous dishes, like his amazing chicken egg rolls, potato crusted mahi and my all time favorite White Chocolate Tarragon Souffle with his homemade brittle!

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