Cruz Bay Restaurant Drops Price to Under $100,000

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Back in April, we told you how Driftwood David’s was up for sale. Well the Cruz Bay restaurant just had a significant price reduction. David is now asking just $99,000. Here’s the listing:

NOW IS THE TIME!!******MAJOR, MAJOR, MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION down from original asking price of 325,000 ********…If you are bored with the rat race and would like to own and operate a profitable water view restaurant..this is it! Come live the dream as I have for the past 7 years! I have another adventure here on St John, so I have to move quickly..my lost in price is your grain..At this price I am sure it will sell quickly..so serious folks only..I will finance part of it or take cash and a sailboat..Lets make a deal! 60 seat restaurant with harbor view for sale. low rental monthly payments. Two bars, outside seating and indoor breezy seating. Newer appliances, newer chairs and table, all energy efficiency. Low overhead and low utility cost. We have a ” cult like” following for our food. This is the highest rated, lowest price restaurant for sale!! Email now for more info on this once in a life time offering ..**Just awarded by Trip Advisor 2016 Excellence Award***Just open the new Tiki Bar at street level and have just completed a major renovation inside!

The restaurant received a very nice makeover just last year. Click here to read the story on that and see some additional pics. 

Think you have what it takes to be the next owner of Driftwood David’s? Click here to email for additional info.  

14 thoughts on “Cruz Bay Restaurant Drops Price to Under $100,000”

  1. Dear “Jim Cane” (and I know that’s a fake name you chose),

    I saw the nasty comment you tried to post here. I also emailed you to the fake email you left. If you do not care for this site, don’t read it. It’s that simple. I’d also love for you to keep your hate to yourself. You’re living in paradise. I can see that from your VI Powernet IP address. So perhaps go out in the sun today and be happy, rather than attempting to spew hate on my site.


    • I wonder if it has to do with the construction of new “200 room hotel” that is rumored to be closing a portion of the Lumberyard. Without a doubt, the 2-3 year construction timetable will definitely have an impact on business. On the flip side, when the project is complete this will be very convenient to the new hotel.

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