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Sapphire Village, East End
(340) 777-4280
Azure has both a lovely setting and a unique menu. Set in
the condominium complex above Sapphire Resort (make a
sharp right when entering the property), it looks out over
the resort, the beach and the ocean. Its dinner menu fea-
tures cuisine of the world's tropics all around the globe. You
can start with Cantonese eggrolls and a Thai dipping sauce
or grilled garlic shrimp crostini. Lemony chicken piccata,
crispy sesame orange duck breasts and Thai green coconut
curried shrimp are standouts. Jamaican jerk pork, grouper
Martinique and seafood crêpes with habañero sauce are
among the Caribbean specialties. Thursday nights are
“Thai” nights. There is live music on weekend nights. While
not a “hotel” restaurant, Azure is at poolside so its lunch
menu is basically burgers and sandwiches. At night, white
tablecloths appear and the indirect lighting makes Azure a
relaxed oasis with interesting food.
Vessup Point Marina, Red Hook
(340) 774-2495
Lunch, dinner
Just to prove it's a small world, a funky marina-side eaterie
serving Greek and Mediterranean specialties has become
one of St. Thomas' most popular stops. The restaurant is
very casual, but the kitchen takes its food seriously. Start
with the mezze - like tapas or an antipasto, a group of small
appetizers. Here the mezze has hummus, baba ganouj and
tabouli salad, olives and raw vegetables. Gyro sandwiches,
beef shish kebabs, lamb chops, chili and garlic shrimp are
also popular. Burgers, pastas and chicken are served as well.
The bar is a popular hangout and they have beers on
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