a pita-like bread, stuffed with curried chicken or conch and
lots of vegetables. Fungi's local brews are well known too.
Try a Sindbad's Passion or locally made Guavaberry brandy.
The drinks are cold, the music hot and the beach setting
lovely. There is live entertainment almost every night. It's a
lot of fun. Open 11 am-midnight. West Indies menu from
5:30 pm. Take Route 38 to Point Pleasant Resort
7 Back Street, Charlotte Amalie
In the heart of the commercial center, Cuzzin's is a long, nar-
row restaurant with old brick walls and colorful paintings of
Caribbean life done by local artists. Crowded at lunch time
with shoppers and salespeople from shops nearby, it serves
sandwiches, burgers and chef's salads, but it also offers West
Indian foods such as conch Creole and the curried chicken
that they make best. Dinner includes even more West Indian
specialties, with an emphasis on fresh local seafood. Lobster
stuffed with seafood, curried mutton or conch in butter sauce
are served with fungi, plantains and other traditional side
dishes. Wash your food down with a cooling ginger beer.
Lunch 11 am-4 pm, dinner 5-9:30 pm. Closed Sun.
103 Sub-Base (near Nisky Center)
Hide-Out is a perfect name for this local favorite, which is
not easy to find. It is in the Sub-Base, but just beyond the
Nisky Center on the airport road. This is the second location
for Victor's. It is larger than the earlier one and it has a view
of Crown Bay Harbor, where some cruise ships dock. The