We have great news to share with you all today – Cruz Bay Landing has officially reopened for business!
As you know, the restaurant has been closed for regular business since Hurricane Irma struck St. John on September 6th. Since then, Todd Beaty, owner of the Landing, and his crew have been serving Red Cross meals twice a day, every day, for free to the public. That meal service ended at the Landing earlier this week. (The Longboard will continue to provide Red Cross meals for a few more days.)
The Landing’s new hours will be 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and the menu will be limited and based on the food purveyor’s offerings, according to Todd. They will continue to have happy hour every day from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., he said, with $1 wings and $1 off all beers.
First off, let’s all thank Todd and the staff at Cruz Bay Landing for all of their hard work in feeding the St. John community and relief workers for the past five weeks. And now, let’s all congratulate him for getting back to business and offering some normalcy to the people of St. John. Kudos to you Todd!!