It’s That Time Again: Seasonal Closings List

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As August winds down, numerous restaurants and bars are planning their annual seasonal closings. We’ve contacted them all and here’s who’s staying open, who’s closing, and who’s still not that sure (in no particular order):

Staying Open:

  • Zero Sushi
  • da Livio’s (Closed Tuesdays)
  • Deli Grotto
  • Beach Bar
  • High Tide
  • i Scream!
  • Sam and Jack’s Deli
  • Tap Room
  • Uncle Joe’s BBQ
  • Woody’s
  • Across the Street Bar 
  • Sun Dog Cafe (Wednesday Night Jam on hiatus until mid-October)
  • Morgan’s Mango
  • Barefoot Cowboy Lounge
  • Castaway’s Tavern

Closing:

  • Quiet Mon Pub: Closing from September 30 through October 4
  • The Fish Trap: Closing August 24; Reopening October 4
  • Banana Deck: Closing September 1; Reopening October 15
  • The Terrace: Closing September 23; Reopening October 15 (Approximately)
  • Lime Inn: Closing August 24; Outdoor bar reopens September 23; Restaurant reopens November 11
  • Motu Bar: Closing this week; Reopening mid-October
  • Ocean Grill: Closing after Labor Day; Reopening September 25
  • Waterfront Bistro: Closed for the month of September
  • Zozo’s Ristorante: Closed now; Reopening November 1 in its new location at Caneel
  • Baked in the Sun: Closing September 14; Reopening September 25
  • Fatty Crab: Closed on Tuesdays only through October 31
  • Margarita Phil’s: Closing August 31; Reopening either October 7 or October 14 (They’re still deciding on that.)
  • Ronnie’s Pizza: Closed now; Reopening September 2
  • Tamarind Inn: Closing for dinner only on September 21; Reopening for dinner on October 5 (Breakfast will continue to be served during this time)
  • Aqua Bistro: Closing September 4: Reopening September 9; Will have limited hours of noon through 7 p.m. through October 1; They will also be closed on Sundays from September 9 through October 1.
  • Vie’s Snack Shack: Closing September 1; Reopening in late October or early November
  • Shipwreck Landing: Closed August 30; Reopening November 4
  • Skinny Legs: Closing September 1; Reopening September 29; They will, however, be open on Sundays throughout September for football. There will be a limited menu. Skinny Legs will open at 1 p.m. on those Sundays and will be open until the end of the second football game.
  • Sweet Plantains: Closed now; Reopening in December
  • Tourist Trap: Closed now; Reopening on September 17
  • Cafe Concordia: Closed for the month of September
  • Chateau Bordeaux: Dinner is closed through October 1; Lunch is still being served
  • T’ree Lizards: Closing September 1; Reopening November 4
  • Cafe Roma: Closed due to the April fire; Reopening in November
  • Rhumb Lines: Closing September 17; Reopening October 9
  • La Tapa: Closing August 25; Reopening November 4
  • Spyglass: Closed for the month of October
  • Asolare: Closed on Sundays beginning September 8; Closing for the first two weeks of October; Reopening October 15
  • Cases By the Sea:

Still Not Sure:

  • Sogo’s: Undecided; Will depend on weather
  • Asolare

Closed Indefinitely:

  • Donkey Diner: Closed and listed for sale
  • Cruz Bay Prime: Closed with no current plans of reopening
  • JJ’s Texas Coast: Closed and sold to new owners; New restaurant opening in October
  • La Plancha del Mar: Closed and sold to new owners; New restaurant opening this fall
  • Sugar Mill at Caneel: Closed; Zozo’s moving into the space this fall

***There are a few restaurants that we were unable to confirm as of yet. Please check back as the list is evolving.***

20 thoughts on “It’s That Time Again: Seasonal Closings List”

  1. Please confirm with The Fish Trap Restaurant that the are closing Aug 24 until early Oct. 693-9994. You did not have them on your list.

    • Hi Lonnie,

      Yes, we just confirmed with The Fish Trap. They will be closing August 23 and will reopen on October 4.

    • Many close because it is super slow in September/October. People on-island tend to take vacations, businesses renovate and tourists tend to stay away because of the potential for hurricanes and tropical storms.

  2. Asolare will be open in September. The only day we are not open is Sunday, starting Sept. 8. We are closed the first two weeks in Oct., reopening Oct. 15.

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