Seasonal Restaurant Closures 2023

Seasonal Restaurant Closures 2023

It’s hard to believe that it’s already time for the 2023 seasonal closure list, but here we are! Seems like just yesterday, we were preparing for the Thanksgiving rush, now we’re discussing offseason plans.

Below is a list of preliminary restaurant closures. If an establishment is not listed, it just means that I do not have the final FINAL answer and want to keep the list as accurate as possible. Save this post and refresh to see what has changed. I will update it as soon as I get additional information.

1864 The Restaurant: Closed August 19th through October 5th

420 to Center: Open during offseason

Amore Arowako Vegan Club (Leng’s): Open during offseason. Closing briefly August 14th -18th.

Aqua Bistro: Permanently Closed

Banana Deck: Closed August 28th until October

Beach Bar: Open during offseason

Caneel Bay Beach Club: Open during offseason – TBD

Café Roma: Open during offseason 

Cinnamon Bay Restaurant (Rain Tree Cafe): Closed September and October

Colombo’s: Closed September 9th – 23rd

Cruz Bay Landing: Open during offseason

Dave and Jerry’s Island Steakhouse: Closed September 2nd – October 7th

Dazey Drive In: Closed August 1st  – October TBD

Downtown Sips: Open during offseason

Drink: Closed August 12th until Halloween

Extra Virgin Bistro: Closed July 30th through October TBD

Greengo’s Caribbean Cantina St. John: Open during offseason

Heading East: Open during offseason 

High Tide Bar and Grill: Open during offseason. Closing September 18th through 24th for maintenance.

Irie Pops: Closing September 1st. Reopening October 9th. 

Joe’s Rum Hut: Closing for season early August. TBD

Johnny Lime: Closed August 19th until October

La Tapa: Tentatively closing September 8th through October 15th

Lime Inn: Closing August 9th until December 1st

Lime Out: Closed August 19th until October

Longboard: Open during offseason

Lovango Resort + Beach Club: Closed July 21st until December

Lovango Rum Bar: Closed September 9th – 23rd

Love City Wing Spot: Open during offseason

Maho Crossroads: Open during offseason

Miss Lucy’s: Closed September & October

Morgan’s Mango: Closed September 6th through October 5th

North Shore Deli: Closed September 23rd – 30th

Ocean362: Closed for September. Reopening mid-October. 

Our Market Smoothies: Open during offseason 

Parrot Club: Open during offseason

Pizza Pi: Closing July 23rd

Quiet Mon Pub: Closed August 28th until mid-October

The Refinery: Open during offseason 

Rhumb Lines: Closing August 29th until October

Ronnie’s Pizza an Mo: Closing August 5th for about 5 weeks

Salty Mongoose: Closing for September 

Sam & Jack’s: Closing August 27th through October 1st

Shaibu’s Gourmet Grab & Go: Closing August 26th through October 1st 

Shambles: Open during offseason. Closed August 14th – 21st for a staff break.

Skinny Legs: Closed August 8th until Halloween 

St. John Provisions: Closing August 27th. Reopening October 11th.

St. John Scoops: Open during offseason. Might close for a few weeks in Sept/Oct. 

Sun Dog Café: Open during offseason 

Surf Club Cantina: Open during offseason

Tamarind Court Restaurant & Bar: Closed September 4th – 17th (reopen date subject to change)

Tap & Still St. John: Open during offseason

The Tap Room, St. John Brewers: Open during offseason

The Terrace: Closed August 10th through October 10th

Trunk Bay Restaurant, Bar & Retail: Open during offseason

Uncle Joe’s BBQ: Open during offseason

Upstairs Bar & Grill: Open during offseason

Windmill Bar: Open during offseason

ZoZo’s at Caneel Bay: Closed now through December


If you have further information on the offseason hours for your business, please don’t forget to contact us at [email protected].

Thanks for another amazing season!!

6 thoughts on “Seasonal Restaurant Closures 2023”

    • It’s been iffy there the last few years. We stayed last November and some days they would open the bar, and some days not. Never really followed their open closed sign because it wasn’t ever correct. Truly sad as it was once a great spot to eat and hang out.

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