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and Sat from 7-10 pm. Lots of our recommended restaurants
are nearby.
(340) 774-9347.
The Green House , Charlotte Amalie. The colorful Green
House has expanded its menu and has mounted a score of
satellite TVs throughout. They have a bank of poker video
machines on a lower level and a bandstand on the upper
level. There is live music virtually every night. Dancing too.
(340) 774-7998.
Jack's Wings , Tillet's Gardens. Jack's wings are consis-
tently voted St. Thomas' best. The spicy wings are accompa-
nied by nine different sauces. Happy Hour starts at 5 pm
daily. There are mounted TVs often tuned to sporting events
and there is live music Thurs through Sat nights. This is ad-
jacent to the Pistarcle Theatre and the Theater in the Gar-
(340) 776-9464.
Bottoms Up , Independent Boat Yard, East End. A casual
dockside pub that is actually on a docked wooden boat, Bot-
toms Up has a popular bar and a handful of tables. It's very
popular at breakfast, which lasts till 3 pm, and then again at
dinner. British fare is featured, such as curries, fish n' chips
and shepherd's pie, plus filet mignon, as well as American
specialties like BBQ ribs. The music starts at 6 pm Tues-Sun
and Mon night is movie night. Bottoms Up draws a boating
(340) 775-4817.
Wine Bars & Bistros
Epernay , Frenchtown. St. Thomas' popular wine
bar is a chic bistro with subdued lighting, small
tables and a romantic ambience. It has cham-
pagnes and fine wines by the glass. The dinner
menu has expanded and includes sushi, assorted
pates and pizzas as well as desserts. There's a
small dance floor. Weeknights from 5-11 pm, to midnight on
Fri and Sat. Closed Sun.
(340) 774-5348.
Room With A View , Bluebeard's Castle Hotel. This inde-
pendently owned bistro's glass walls look down on the har-
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