Seasonal Restaurant Closure List

Seasonal Restaurant Closure List

We present to you the highly anticipated Seasonal Restaurant Closure List! In spite of all the many obstacles faced by our restaurants this year, we are happy to share that most will remain open during off-season, which typically runs until Thanksgiving week.

Early next week we anticipate – or at least our fingers are crossed – that our Governor will lift the policy requiring restaurants to remain closed except for take-out, and allow them to reopen for full service dining again.

The restaurant owners who plan to stay open say they are doing so as long as it makes sense, and is in the best interest of their employees, our guests, and our community. Of course, like with everything in 2020, we are all just taking it day by day!

Restaurant Seasonal Closure List

  • 18/64 the Restaurant: Closed for Season through September.
  • 420 to Center/G-Spot: TBD
  • Aqua Bistro: Closed for Season – Reopening mid-October.
  • Banana Deck: Currently open for take-out Thursday through Tuesday from 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Season closure information TBD.
  • Beach Bar: Currently open daily for take-out from 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm, with adjusted hours once the Stay at Home phase is lifted. Staying open during Season.
  • Bikinis on the Beach at Honeymoon: Currently open daily for take-out, and staying open through Season. Lounge chairs on the beach are free for residents while the island is closed for visitors.
  • Columbo’s Smoothies: Closed for Season – Reopening in November. More info soon come.
  • Café Roma: Currently open for take-out through Saturday, August 27th from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Closing for Season Monday, August 31st. Reopening date TBD.
  • Cruz Bay Landing: Currently open daily for take-out from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm. Staying open through Season.
  • Dave and Jerry’s Island Steakhouse: Closed for Season – Reopening mid-October.
  • De’ Coal Pot: TBD
  • Dr!nk St. John: Closed for Season – Reopening next season, date TBD.
  • Extra Virgin Bistro: Currently open for take-out Tuesday through Saturday from 4:30 pm to 8:00 pm. Season closure information TBD.
  • Greengo’s Caribbean Cantina St. John: Currently open for take-out Wednesday through Sunday from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm. Staying open during Season. Will reopen 7 days a week, 11:30 am to 7:00 pm once the restaurant take-out only policy is lifted.
  • Gwen’s Place: Currently open for take-out. Staying open during Season.
  • High Tide Bar and Grill: Closed temporarily for season – Will evaluate reopening on a weekly basis.
  • Irie Pops: 11am-6pm Monday-Saturday
  • Joe’s Rum Hut: Closed for a few days and staying open for Season.
  • Kati Ligo -Island Cork: TBD
  • La Tapa: Closed for season – Reopening mid-October.
  • Lime Inn: Closed for season – Reopening in October.
  • Lime Out: Closed for season – Reopening October 5, 2020.
  • Little Olive Food Truck: TBD
  • Longboard: Currently open for take-out. Staying open for Season.
  • Love City Farm & Picnic: Grand opening on Thanksgiving.
  • Lovango Rum Bar: Closed for Season – Tentatively reopening on Halloween.
  • Maho Crossroads: Closed for Season – Tentatively reopening October 1st.
  • Margarita Phil’s: Closed for Season – Reopening October 1, 2020.
  • Mid Way Hot Spot:  Staying open for Season.
  • Miss Lucy’s: Staying open for Season.
  • Morgan’s Mango: Closed for season – Possibly reopening mid-to late September.
  • North Shore Deli: Open for takeout 7:30AM-3PM – Closing dates TBD
  • Ocean 362: Closed for season – Reopening October 15, 2020.
  • Our Market Smoothies: TBD
  • P and P’s by the Sea: Staying open for Season.
  • Pickle’s in Paradise: The restaurant has been sold, but we hear some exciting things are happening there soon!
  • Pizza Pi (located in Christmas Cove): Closed for Season.
  • Pizzabar in Paradise: Staying open for Season.
  • Quiet Mon Pub: TBD
  • Rhumb Lines: Staying open for Season.
  • Salty Mongoose:  Staying open for Season.  Currently open daily for take-out from 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm Tuesday through Sunday.
  • Sam and Jack’s Deli: Staying open for Season.
  • Shaibu’s Grab and Go: Closed for Season – Reopening September 21, 2020.
  • Shambles: Closed for Season – Reopening date TBD.
  • Skinny Legs: Closed for Season – Reopening on October 1, 2020.
  • St. John Provisions: Closed for Season – Reopening on September 30, 2020.
  • St. John Scoops: Closing Saturday August 29, 2020 and tentatively reopening Saturday, September 12, 2020.
  • Tap & Still St. John: Currently open daily for take-out from 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Season closure information TBD.
  • The Danforth: This restaurant is closed and listed for sale!
  • The Sun Dog Café: Closed for Season – Reopening October 1st.
  • The Tap Room: Currently open daily for take-out from 2:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Season closure information TBD.
  • The Terrace: Closed until the governor lifts the policy for take-out only. Thereafter, the hours are Tuesday through Friday from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm with Happy Hour from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm, and Saturday 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm with extended Happy Hour from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
  • Uncle Joe’s BBQ: TBD
  • Woody’s: Currently closed for a few weeks.

If we missed any of your favorites or if you have additional information, please let us know!

6 thoughts on “Seasonal Restaurant Closure List”

  1. The testing has now proven to be flawed.
    This virus moved thru the VI last spring from the cruise ships and visitors. Many of us thought it was just the flu and moved on.
    We must save our island and open back up now.
    Protect the old and weak, but we can’t shut down each flu season. We have treatments and beds.
    Please open now.

  2. The ONLY way to combat this, and it will never happen, is to quarentine the entire territory, test every single person and separate the infected from the rest and only allow those that passed the test to carry on as if nothing changed. Anything short of this is politics and not science. One could also infect EVERYBODY, and then let god figure it out. That would also work.

  3. News of St. John, you are the pulse of what all of us locals can count on day to day! Much thanks for that. My name is Kim and my son and I own the Salty Mongoose in coral bay. Can we be put on the list if restaurant/bar open for the season with a menu of food and beverages to go!

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