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 fighting 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”
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!
Hope Bordeaux is open again by this summer. Ted Robinson would be an excellent choice.
I missed going to Chateau Bordeaux this year. I’ve gone every year that I’ve been to St. John since 1992.